Coralius partners with Kluwer for training in requirements engineering
LEUVEN, 23 March 2010 - In association with Kluwer, Coralius presents a fascinating and pragmatic one-day introduction to requirements engineering on Tuesday 4 May 2010 in Edegem (BE).
Qualitative requirements and specifications are essential to execute IT projects within budget and time and this makes requirements engineering one of the key success factors for IT projects. Coralius has developed a basic training in requirements engineering and partnered with Kluwer Opleidingen to offer this one-day introduction to all interested candidates.
Participants will learn how to define, specify and judge requirements and how they can be efficiently managed. The course explains techniques for deducing requirements and goes deeper into the differences between functional and non-functional requirements and links between requirements and use cases. Change and configuration management are mentioned as important areas when it comes to keeping track of requirements modifications next to the most used requirements management tools. Please click here for more information on the full programme and how to register.
The training is presented by Geert Lemmens, consultant for Coralius and an ICT professional specialized in project and test management. Geert holds the IREB Certificate in Requirements Engineering and is a frequent speaker at international conferences on requirements management.
For anyone who takes part in this one-day introduction and/or wants a more in-depth training on the subject, Coralius organizes the first open IREB Certification training in Belgium on 21, 22, and 23 June 2010.
Contact Coralius: Call us at +32 16 387 010 or email us at email@example.com.