AssistKD's Systems Analysis and Specification using UML course provides participants with the skills they need to become effective systems analysts.
The course introduces delegates to a number of the systems development lifecycles and provides a practical introduction to key systems analysis techniques such as:
- Requirements elicitation techniques, including:
- Systems modelling techniques, including:
- use cases
- class modelling
- state modelling
During the course, participants apply these techniques to a variety of real-world exercises.
To give you more of an idea of what you’ll learn and how the course will help you, here’s a quick guide to the 5 days.
- Systems development lifecycles
- Roles in systems development
- Solution development approaches (bespoke, COTS (Commercial Off-The-Shelf), component-based)
- Systems architecture
- Requirements elicitation and definition
- Systems modelling overview
- Use case modelling (scoping)
- Use case definition
- Structured use cases
- Activity modelling
- Class modelling
- State modelling
- Interaction modelling
- Systems design
- Implementation and maintenance
- Quality assurance
- CASE and CAST tools
Yes. This course prepares participants to sit two BCS examinations:
- BCS Certificate in Systems Development Essentials
- BCS Certificate in Systems Modelling Techniques
Each examination involves a one-hour, open book examination. These examinations may be taken during the course, at an agreed examination session or at a public examination session. Both of these certificates are core modules for the BCS International Diploma in Solution Development and specialist modules for the BCS International Diploma in Business Analysis.
This course enables participants to work towards SFIA skill BSMO, level 4.
A comprehensive course manual is provided and the course can be tailored to reflect the emphasis required by the customer.