Course Description

This course is 7 learning hours. It is recommended that students spend an additional 1 hour over the two-day period on this course.

This course focuses on the requirements management process. Participants will use elicitation tools and techniques to discover the underlying requirements that contribute to solutions that produce desired outcomes. Through the use of techniques for clarifying expected deliverables and discovering overlooked requirements, participants will be better prepared to work on projects characterized by uncertainty and high levels of change.


Course Outline

  • Session 1: Questions to ask, analyze, verify and validate requirements, select and resent best solutions
  • Session 2: Financial analysis, verification, traceability, change management techniques 

What You Will Learn

  • How to identify impacted stakeholders, discover and define their real problems
  • Requirements of using various methods and tools
  • Functional requirements that deliver business value
  • Document requirements using standard formats, including user stories and user cases
  • How to prioritize, refine, manage, and control changes to requirements
  • Using an exercise taken from a real-life project, participants will also learn how to define the problem, assess its business impact, and identify and manage stakeholders’ expectations.

Recommended For

  • Anyone working on projects in any industry who is involved in defining objectives, scope and deliverables
  • Project managers, project coordinators, subject matter experts, technical personnel, team members, managers,  project sponsors, business analysts, and key support personnel

Applies Towards the Following Certificates

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Section Title
Understanding Project Objectives: Business Requirements and Scope
Online - Synchronous
Thursday, Friday
9:30AM to 1:00PM
Oct 31, 2024 to Nov 01, 2024
Schedule and Location
Total Learning Hours
  • Online Campus - Atlantic Time
Instruction Delivery Method(s)
Course Fee(s)
Fee non-credit $550.00
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