ISEB Systems Analysis and Specification using UML — A 5-Day Course

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Course Synopsis

Please note that this course has been retired and is no longer available. Please see the BCS Business Systems Development page for courses currently available in this subject area.

Systems Analysis and Specification using UML provides participants with the skills they need to become effective systems analysts. The course covers a number of the key systems development lifecycles plus a range of systems analysis techniques. These include requirements elicitation techniques, such as interviewing, sampling and scenarios, and systems modelling techniques, such as use case and class modelling. During the course, participants will apply these techniques to a variety of real-world exercises.

This course is delivered by trainers who have a wealth of systems analysis and modelling experience, some of whom are published authors on these topics. A comprehensive manual, containing detailed information about systems analysis principles and techniques and providing references for further reading, is supplied as part of the course.

Examinations

This course prepares participants to sit two ISEB examinations: one is for the ISEB Certificate in Systems Development Essentials and the other is for the ISEB 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 ISEB Diploma in Solution Development and specialist modules for the ISEB Diploma in Business Analysis.

The exam fees are included in the course cost

Schedule

This course has been retired and is no longer available.


Outline Course Contents

Roles in systems development

Systems architecture

Development approaches

Systems development lifecycles

Systems development methods

Systems Investigation and requirements

Systems modelling - overview

Use Case modelling

Class modelling

Interaction diagrams

Activity diagrams

Systems design, implementation and maintenance

Quality Assurance

CASE and CAST tools