Learn more for less - up to 25% off!
Click here to view all courses

Use offer code: JUNE24NZ
Learn now, pay later – payment options available
Enhance your career now
+64 9886 6451
With exams
Request a quote
Course type: Classroom
Delivery: Classroom
Spread the cost

BCS Requirements Engineering Classroom

This three day classroom course fully prepares you for the Certificate in Requirements Engineering examination offered by BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT and it is a core module for the BCS Business Analysis Diploma.

Course overview

About the course

The ILX Requirements Engineering classroom course is designed for anybody wanting to elicit, analyse, validate, document and manage requirements. You will:

  • Learn how to take a disciplined and rigorous approach to defining your business requirements
  • Develop a set of practices and processes to identify requirements in order to develop business and IT solutions
  • Learn how to draw out information and requirements from key business stakeholders

This course prepares you for the BCS Requirements Engineering examination which is one of the four modules required to gain the International Diploma in Business Analysis.


This is an intensive three day classroom course with the exam on the afternoon of day three.

By the end of this course you should be able to demonstrate knowledge and understanding and application of Requirements Engineering principles and techniques in the following areas:

  • The requirements engineering framework; the issues and rationale in a business context; the application of the framework
  • The hierarchy of requirements
  • Roles and responsibilities of key stakeholders in the Requirements Engineering framework
  • Requirements elicitation
  • Requirements modelling
  • Requirements documentation
  • Requirements analysis
  • Requirements validation
  • Requirements management

This course covers the following modules:

  • Introduction to requirements engineering
  • Stakeholders in the requirements process
  • Requirements elicitation
  • Hierarchy of requirements
  • Requirements analysis
  • Use of models in requirements engineering
  • Requirements Documentation
  • Requirements validation and management