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CPRE- AL Elicitation and Consolidation Certification Preparation

Certified Professional in Requirements Engineering – Advanced Leved (CPRE-AL) in Elicitation  and Consolidation equips you with a disciplined approach to aquire advanced requirements engineering skills in the area of requirements sources, elicitation techniques, consolidation techniques and communication..

Duration: Classroom - 3 Days | Virtual - 6 Days
Why to Take This Course:

Certified Professional in Requirements Engineering – Advanced Leved (CPRE-AL) in Elicitation  and Consolidation equips you with a disciplined approach to aquire advanced requirements engineering skills in the area of: requirements sources, elicitation techniques, consolidation techniques and communication.

Do you want to get CPRE-AL certified in Elicitation and Consolidation and stand out in the croud? Want to make sure that you are ready for the CPRE-AL® exam and increase your odds of passing it on the first try? This comprehensive workshop will prepare you for the CPRE-AL in Elicitation and Consolidation exam and help you make the most of the limited study time you have.

The course is current with the framework of knowledge outlined by IREB (International Requirements Engineering Board, Germany).

Learn How To:

Through this course, you will:

  • Increase your confidence and improve your chances of passing the CPRE-AL in Elicitation and Consolidation certification exam
  • treamline the massive amounts of information required to pass the test
  • The small-class environment, group exercises, and hundreds of sample exam questions keep you engaged and aid in your retention and learning
  • Learn from experts. The course is designed by industry experts and involves engaging case studies
  • Trusted. Study with a firm that has helped hundreds of people master the Elicitation concepts. We know how to combine learning with test preparation in an engaging way
Learning Objectives:

This intensive three-day training course focuses on the essential skills in Elicitation and Consolidation of requirements. It covers:

  • Knowledge of requirements sources
  • Advanced stakeholder management
  • Knowledge and application of elicitation techniques
  • Survey, observation and creativity techniques for requirements elicitation
  • Communication for requirements engineering
  • Recognising conflicts and finding Solutions
  • Knowledge and application of various sonsolidation techniques
Contents:

Skills of the requirements engineer in the field of elicitation and consolidation

  • Knowing the required skills in the areas of elicitation and consolidation
  • Mastering and using judging yourself and others on the required skills in the area of elicitation and consolidation
  • Knowing opportunities for personal training
  • Mastering and using the communication model of Schulz von Thun
  • Knowing change processes

Requirements sources

  • Identify, classify, manage stakeholders
    • Knowing the classification schema for stakeholders
    • Stakeholder relationship management
    • The user as stakeholder - user-centered RE
    • Persona
  • Identify, classify, manage documents
    • Knowing typical candidate documents
    • Mastering and using creation of the documentation schema for the documents
  • Identify, classify, manage systems in operation
    • Knowing typical systems in operation
    • Mastering and using creation of the documentation schema for the systems in operation being used

Elicitation techniques

  • Characteristics of elicitation techniques
    • Knowing the characteristics of elicitation techniques
    • Mastering and using classification of elicitation techniques on the basis of their characteristics
    • Mastering and using selection of elicitation techniques on the basis of their characteristics
  • Questioning techniques
    • Mastering and using qualitative interviews
    • Knowing questionnaires
    • Observation techniques
      • Knowing field observation
      • Knowing apprenticing
      • Mastering and using the use of contextual inquiry
    • Creativity techniques
      • Knowing brainstorming and brainstorming paradox
      • Mastering and using the Method 6-3-5
      • Knowing the 6 Thinking Hats Method
      • Knowing the analogy technique
      • Mastering and using Osborn's checklist
    • Artifact-based techniques
      • Knowing system archaeology
      • Mastering and using performing perspective-based reading
      • Knowing re-use of requirements
    • Supporting techniques
      • Knowing prototyping
      • Mastering and using application of user walkthrough
      • Mastering and using scenarios
      • Knowing storyboards
      • Mastering and using the elevator pitch
      • Mastering and using goals in requirements elicitation
      • Knowing the use of experiential knowledge
      • Knowing user stories
    • Consolidation techniques
      • Conflict types
        • Mastering and using detection of the 5 conflict types on the basis of indications in the project
        • Knowing Glasl's conflict escalation model
        • Mastering and using selection of suitable consolidation techniques on the basis of the characteristics of the conflict
      • Conflict settlement techniques
        • Mastering and using agreement as a consolidation technique
        • Mastering and using compromise as a consolidation technique
        • Knowing definition of variants (configuration) as a consolidation technique
      • Voting or instruction methods
        • Mastering and using voting as a consolidation technique
        • Mastering and using Overruling as a consolidation technique
      • Analytic methods
        • Mastering and using Consider All Facts (CAF) as an analytical support technique
        • Mastering and using Plus-Minus-Interesting (PMI) as an analytical support technique
        • Mastering and using cost-benefit analysis as an analytical consolidation technique
Format: To assimilate the vast amount of information, there is a mixture of lecture, discussion, exercises, and several practice exams in the course. Be prepared to answer practice tests to simulate the exam, with discussions about why answers were correct or incorrect. Many students find this one of the most helpful parts of the class.
Who Should Attend: All those who want to develop expertise and competence in Elicitation and Consolidation and want to obtain CPRE-AL certification with distinction.
Prerequisites: Certificate applicants must have acquired the CPRE-FL certificate.
What You Will Receive:

Comprehensive training material with enough practical experience through case study.

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