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IREB CPRE RE@Agile

A syllabus-based training provides knowledge on Requirements Engineering in Agile development and helps you to prepare for ”IREB CPRE RE@Agile” examination.
The Certified Professional for Requirements Engineering stands for an elaborated three level certification concept developed by IREB. It addresses to individuals working in Business Analysis, Requirements Engineering and Testing, having highest demands on their work.
The foundation level addresses the needs of all people involved in the topic of Requirements Engineering and Agile. This includes people in roles such as project or IT management, domain experts, system analysts and software developers as well as Scrum teams.
RE@Agile is inspired both by IREB’s view of Agile values as well as by an Agile view of Requirements Engineering values. Its content includes classification and assessment of Requirements Engineering artifacts and techniques in the context of Agile, of Agile artifacts and techniques in the context of Requirements Engineering, and of essential process elements in Agile product development. RE@Agile points to the motivation to use Agile in a development process. A very important topic is the synergy between Requirements Engineering and Agile: Agile Principles concerning Requirements Engineering and Agile mindset in relation to the core Requirements Engineering values.

IREB CPRE Advanced Modelling

A syllabus-based training provides knowledge on requirements modelling techniques and approaches and helps you to prepare for ”IREB CPRE Advanced Modelling” examination.
The Certified Professional for Requirements Engineering stands for an elaborated three level certification concept developed by IREB. It addresses to individuals working in Business Analysis, Requirements Engineering and Testing, having highest demands on their work.
Modelling is essential in complexity management.
Modelling benefits include:

Viewing systems from multiple perspectives
Discovering causes and effects using model traceability
Improving system understanding through visual analysis
Discovering errors earlier and reducing system defects
Exploring alternatives earlier in the system lifecycle
Improving impact analysis, identifying potential consequences of a change, or estimating modifications to implement a change
Simulating system solutions without code generation

IREB CPRE Advanced Requirements Management

After attending a syllabus-based training course, you have received knowledge on requirements change management, versioning and traceability, which is prerequisite for taking ”IREB CPRE Advanced Requirements Management” examination.
The Certified Professional for Requirements Engineering stands for an elaborated three level certification concept developed by IREB. It addresses to individuals working in Business Analysis, Requirements Engineering and Testing, having highest demands on their work.
This module focus on appropriate methods and techniques to effectively deal with the management of requirements throughout the product development, including requirements attributes, prioritization, estimation, traceability and change management.
A good Requirements Management process will provide the following benefits to any organization:

Lower costs – due to reduction in defects and rework which reduce costs massively.
Time savings – due to better time efficiency and fewer unnecessary features.
Higher customer satisfaction levels – due to better communication, no expectations gap and improved quality of the end product.

IREB CPRE Foundation

A syllabus-based training provides broad and basic knowledge on Requirements Engineering and helps you to prepare for IREB CPRE Foundation examination (Certified Professional for Requirements Engineering).
The Certified Professional for Requirements Engineering stands for an elaborated three level certification concept developed by IREB. It addresses to individuals working in Business Analysis, Requirements Engineering and Testing, having highest demands on their work.
The focus of the Foundation Level is on acquiring the necessary practical knowledge and learning the basic concepts in Requirements Engineering, with reinforcement through practical exercises. There is no intention of presenting the complete theoretical framework or current and future research activities.
The Foundation Level seeks to convey fundamentals that are equally valid for any domain, e.g. for embedded systems, security systems, classic information systems, etc. In addition, the training can cover the suitability of the presented approaches for the various domains based on their special characteristics. However, it is not a goal to present specific Requirements Engineering for a given domain.

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Continuous Requirements Engineering part 2/2

This is the second part of a two part blog by Bogdan Bereza. Read the first part here > Test analysis helps the requirements process Testers have complained for a long time that testing starts too late in projects. It is much more than just a testing problem, though, because it …

Continuous Requirements Engineering part 1/2

This is the first part of a two part blog. Test cases complement requirements Test design as requirements elicitation Test design makes assumptions that complement requirements elicitation (Lu-Tze) Every test case adds something to the requirement, specified or assumed, from which it is derived. Yes, you’re right: I do mean …