• Define & Refine Use Cases training

  • Group Training

    This group training teaches you to prepare documentation in the form of use cases in an interactive way based on a practical case study. You also learn to visualize using UML diagrams.

    Training code
    OO-DRUC
    Spoken Language
    Dutch
    Language Materials
    English
    Dayparts
    4
    Price
    €995,00
    excl. VAT No extra costs.

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    This course will mostly take place in a group setting. We use several learning methods to help you obtain the knowledge, give you helpful insights and get you inspired. Check the Spoken Language on the left for language info.

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    Define & Refine Use Cases
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    What is Define & Refine Use Cases

    Use cases are applicable in both waterfall projects, iterative projects and agile environments. Use cases are used to define, detail and document requirements. If you want to learn how to write use cases, how user stories and usage cases are related, how to draw up a use case diagram, how to draw up an activity chart and what best practices there are, then this training is what you are looking for..
    This group training teaches you in an interactive way, using a practical case, to draw up documentation in the form of use cases. You also learn to visualize using UML diagrams, such as a use case diagram and an activity diagram.
    There is ample attention for communication skills during the tuning, writing and presentation of the exercises.

     

    Who should attend the Define & Refine Use Cases

    This training is for everyone involved in defining, communicating and managing requirements. For example, you work as:

    • System Analyst
    • Requirements Specification
    • Information Analist
    • Functional Design

    Prerequisites

    Knowledge of object orientation at the level of the course Object-oriented thinking is necessary for following this course. In addition, some practical experience in system development is needed.

    Objectives

    After completing this training, the participant is able to: identify Use Cases, specify and specify Use Cases, retrieve and describe Requirements Understand the activities during the analysis of requirements and draw up the corresponding diagrams and documents Developed draw up Supplementary Specifications for models (in particular Use Case Diagrams) and descriptions

     
    Incompany

    This group training teaches you to prepare documentation in the form of use cases in an interactive way based on a practical case study. You also learn to visualize using UML diagrams.

    Training code
    OO-DRUC
    Spoken Language
    Dutch
    Language Materials
    English
    Dayparts
    4
    Price
    €995,00
    excl. VAT No extra costs.

    With an Incompany training you have several advantages:

    - You choose the location
    - You experience the training with your colleagues, so it is always in line with your practice
    - The trainer can tailor explanations, examples and assignments to your organization
    - In consultation exercises can be adapted to organization-specific questions

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    Define & Refine Use Cases
    10
    8.8
    0
    15 reviews
     

    What is Define & Refine Use Cases

    Use cases are applicable in both waterfall projects, iterative projects and agile environments. Use cases are used to define, detail and document requirements. If you want to learn how to write use cases, how user stories and usage cases are related, how to draw up a use case diagram, how to draw up an activity chart and what best practices there are, then this training is what you are looking for..
    This group training teaches you in an interactive way, using a practical case, to draw up documentation in the form of use cases. You also learn to visualize using UML diagrams, such as a use case diagram and an activity diagram.
    There is ample attention for communication skills during the tuning, writing and presentation of the exercises.

     

    Who should attend the Define & Refine Use Cases

    This training is for everyone involved in defining, communicating and managing requirements. For example, you work as:

    • System Analyst
    • Requirements Specification
    • Information Analist
    • Functional Design

    Prerequisites

    Knowledge of object orientation at the level of the course Object-oriented thinking is necessary for following this course. In addition, some practical experience in system development is needed.

    Objectives

    After completing this training, the participant is able to: identify Use Cases, specify and specify Use Cases, retrieve and describe Requirements Understand the activities during the analysis of requirements and draw up the corresponding diagrams and documents Developed draw up Supplementary Specifications for models (in particular Use Case Diagrams) and descriptions

     
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    A.6.Application Design     
    B.6.Systems Engineering     
    D.11.Needs Identification