When you send business analysts to a training course, you want to make sure that your team begins implementing their new skills immediately, because the ultimate goal of requirements training is successful software projects.
There are hundreds of classes out there, from self-directed study to week-long seminars. But how do you know that you’re getting the one that that will really help your teams?
A Completely Different Approach
Training at Seilevel redefines the way that people (business analysts, QA and test teams, and others) learn about requirements. Our approach goes beyond traditional lectures, providing the most effective methods for helping people learn.
By using a unique, games-based approach recognized as an extraordinary learning tool, class participants stay engaged, learn more and as a result immediately start using their new and improved skills after training.
Every one of our classes are taught by Seilevel Senior Product Managers, who hone their skills every day in the trenches of Fortune 1000 companies. We believe that in order to teach a class you must have lived the experience of eliciting requirements. Given that our consultants bring a wide variety of experiences to the training, they can easily provide examples and scenarios that push students to think about requirements for their specific projects.
Our Requirements Core Concepts course is the perfect introduction for anyone looking to hone their team’s skills and knowledge around gathering requirements. This course will teach the students to recognize different types of requirements and get an introduction to techniques for requirements elicitation, scope management, models, and requirements review. Students will also learn basic skills for writing detailed use cases and requirements. Find out more.
Our Requirements Visualization course explores the advanced application of models. This course is an excellent extension of the Requirements Core Concepts course, diving deeper into requirements models and usage techniques. More than 12 different requirements models (including Use Cases, Context Diagrams, and many more) are covered in this course. The training covers relationships between models, discusses visual models in detail, and provides guidance on which models to apply in example project situations. Find out more.
Our Requirements Elicitation and Facilitation course teaches the students detailed approaches to eliciting requirements. Learners will master facilitation techniques for managing and utilizing the room, with the goal of keeping stakeholders engaged and effectively identifying the best possible requirements. Students will gain confidence in their skills to prepare for sessions, to conduct interviews, to apply models during the elicitation process, and to take effective notes. Find out more.
Here’s where courses will be offered in early 2013:
|Date||Location||Course (Click to Register)|
|6/18/2013 - 6/20/2013||ONLINE - NEW!||Requirements Core Concepts|
|Summer 2013||Austin||Requirements Core Concepts|
|Summer 2013||Austin||Elicitation and Facilitation|
|08/27/2013||Atlanta||Requirements Core Concepts|
|08/29/2013||Atlanta||Elicitation and Facilitation|
|12/10/2013||Boston||Requirements Core Concepts|
|12/12/2013||Boston||Elicitation and Facilitation|
|2/4/13||Des Moines||Requirements Core Concepts|
|2/6/13||Des Moines||Elicitation and Facilitation|
|3/19/13||Los Angeles||Requirements Core Concepts|
|3/21/13||Los Angeles||Elicitation and Facilitation|
|5/21/13||Chicago||Requirements Core Concepts|
|5/23/13||Chicago||Elicitation and Facilitation|
|6/4/2013||Austin||Requirements Core Concepts|
|6/6/2013||Austin||Elicitation and Facilitation|
We are adding more locations soon. We also offer workshops, custom training, and Business Analyst Center of Excellence training. Learn more – contact us at email@example.com.
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