PARTICIPANT TESTIMONIALS

  • Systems Engineering & Engineering
    Systems Engineering & Engineering

During this course, the project’s existing scope and requirements documentation are reviewed and used to allow participants to determine which areas need improvement and further work. The resulting effort is improved project scope, requirements, action items, and better communication between team members. This course is designed for intact teams while APPEL-REQ is designed for individuals.

Designed for intact teams, this course provides fundamental understanding of how project teams can develop winning products. During this course, the project’s existing scope and requirements documentation are reviewed and used to allow participants to determine which areas need improvement and further work. The resulting effort is improved project scope, requirements, action items, and better communication between team members. This course is designed for intact teams while APPEL-REQ is designed for individuals. This course is designed to meet the needs of intact project teams, including project managers, systems engineers, users, customers, developers, testers, and other relevant stakeholders. Anyone involved in the development, review, or management of project scope and system or product requirements for a project will benefit from this training.

Systems Engineering Competencies
  • SE 1.1 - Stakeholder Expectation Definition & Management
  • SE 1.2 - Technical Requirements Definition
  • SE 1.3 - Logical Decomposition
  • SE 3.2 - Requirements Management

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Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Define a project’s product need, goals, and objectives.
  • Identify drivers and constraints.
  • Develop and document operational concepts.
  • Identify and define a product’s external interfaces.
  • Explain product scope, product validation, and baselining.
  • Identify the characteristics of good and well-written requirements.
  • Write requirements at the correct level and to link requirements.
  • Correctly allocate requirements.
  • Identify types of requirements that must be defined.
  • Apply continuous and discrete requirement validation activities to remove requirement defects.

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