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Requirements management in IT projects (16 PDU)

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Course description
The 16 hours (10PDU total: 8PDU Technical and 4 PDU Strategic, 4 PDU Leadership according to Competency Triangle) course provides 3-month access to e-learning materials with two 1-hour individual on-line sessions with a trainer. The course provides a detailed training on IT project requirements mnagement. The training is based on the world standards and best practices by:
– PMI® PMBOK® (Project management institute Project management Body of Knowledge) Extension for software projects,
– IEEE® SWEBOK (Software Body of Knowledge).
Students will learn and make practical exercises in:

  •  identify and manage stakeholders
  • gather requirements and expectations
  • identifying project and product constraints
  • prioritize requirements
  • develop product specification
  • develop use cases, state and data diagrams.
    The training helps to prepare for or sustain existing world-known professional certifications as CAPM®, PMP® and offers* 10 PDUs (Professional development units) for PMI® (CAPM, PMP, PgMP, and others) certifications according .
    *- PDUs are granted by the PMI Global R.E.P.

Course audience
– IT professionals: engineers, system administrators, programmers, who wishes to become more effective in their work and improve career,
– High school and university students, studying IT: programming, engineering, etc. The course helps them to start their professional development and receive a good job;
– Project managers and team leads in IT projects, who wishes to accelerate their career success and start preparing for prestigious international certifications or willing to get PDUs for existing PMP® certification status.

About the trainer

PgMP, PMP (Program and Project management professional) certified specialist with 25 years IT experience, proved by a number of Microsoft and EXIN certifications.

Course program (Modules and schedule)
Module 1. Introduction

  • Welcome to the training
  • What is a project?
  • Why does an organization start a project?
  • Waterfall vs Agile project management

Module2. Identify stakeholders and gather requirements.

  • Stakeholder management tools
  • Stakeholder register and requirements and expectations list
  • Stakeholder influence and classification
  • Stakeholder management strategy

Module 3. Classify and balance requirements

  • Types of requirements
  • Feasibility analysis
  • Functional analysis

Module 4. Develop requirements specification document

  • What is SRS
  • SRS content
  • Prototyping
  • Combining waterfall and agile

Module 5. UML modelling foundation

  • What is UML
  • Use case diagrams
  • State diagrams
  • Data diagrams

Module 6. Conclusion

  • Risk management
  • Backlogs
  • Course summary

Course format: self-paced on-line with two on-line sessions with a certified trainer, PMP(r)

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