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The Risk of Words

We're offering this training in partnership with Mithun Training & Consulting B.V.

 

 

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  • Duration: 1 day
  • Location: Amsterdam - the Netherlands
  • Price: EUR 510

Overview

this 1-day intensive Risk of Words will significantly improve your writing skills by utilizing a series of practical guidelines that will help you construct the best possible functional requirement statements using the right words. Writing good requirements is more difficult than it appears and one poorly chosen word or incorrect grammar can change the meaning of a requirement completely and have an enormous impact on the end result.

We recommend to follow our Requirements Engineering Foundations prior to attending the Risk of Words.

Course background

Writing good requirements is more difficult than it appears. The impact of poorly choosen word dan have severe consequenses on a project. What strategy can be used to write requirements, structure them and determine the apporpriate level of detail? During this cours, we wil introduce you to a series of practical guidelines that will help you construct the best possible requirement statements using the reight words.

 

The course is structured as an intensive writing workshop where students initally write requirement statements and impmrove them using the theories they learn throughout the day.

 

Course Benefits

This course is designed to significantly improve the quality of requierment sttements a requirements engineer produces. By understanding and becoming aware of the issues surrounding the phrasing and choice of words in a requirement statement, higher quality requirements can be produced.

 

This will lead to a decrease in time spent on rework due to poorly phrased requirements, saving time, money and a lot of frustration.

Who will benefit from this course?

Anyone who physically writes requirement statements as part of the normal job function.

Course Contents

Course Contents, Pre-requisites, Course Format, Additional Options and Subjects can be found here

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