The ”International Requirements Engineering Board” (IREB) is an international non-profit organization that focuses on the professional nature of requirements engineering, similar to ISTQB for software testing. International requirements engineering experts such as Chris Rupp and Suzanne Robertson are members of this international board, which has developed a certification program for requirements engineering (CPRE). This course is a must for everybody involved in the requirements engineering process and is the best preparation for the certification exam. Live Virtual Class
Who should attend this course?
This course is intended for anyone involved in requirements engineering and quality matters, including requirements engineers, functional and business analysts, system architects, developers, testers, QA managers and project managers.
No specific prerequisites are required. However we strongly suggest that participants wishing to take the IREB Foundation exam should have at least 6 months experience in requirements engineering.
The goal of this course is to provide a full understanding of the fundamental principles of requirements engineering and to enhance the knowledge and practical experience in the domains of requirements engineering and requirements management.
Each participant will be faced with the following specific targets:
- Improvement of both requirements engineering and requirements management within the project and within the organization
- Getting familiar with the current international standards and the industry’s best practices
- Preparation for the official exam at the end of the third day
At the end of the course participants will have the opportunity to take an exam and obtain the “IREB Certified Professional for Requirements Engineering – Foundation Level” certificate.
The exam will be held in the afternoon of the third day of training, please note that studying the course is required in order to pass the certification exam !
- Fundamentals of Business Analysis
- Enterprise Analysis
- Business Analysis Process Planning
- Requirements Elicitation
- Requirements Analysis
- Solution Validation
- Tools and Techniques
- Process Improvement
- Innovation, design and customer