CPRE-RM, CPRE Advanced Level Requirements Management

Kursa ilgums, akadēmiskās stundas:24
Kursa cena, EUR (bez PVN):1500,00

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Course target

The main aim of this course is to give wide knowledge on the discipline of the demands of engineering and its role in the lifecycle of Information Systems (IS) and to prepare participants for IREB Advanced Level Requirements Management certification exam. the course illustrates the effects of context in shaping the requirements management process. The exercises invite participants to take on the role of project managers for one agile and one safety-critical project. The course also offers space for participants to share experiences and learn from each other. The course consists of roughly 40% theory and 60% exercises and interaction.


  • Analytics and consultants;
  • System engineers, system architects and testing specialists;
  • Project managers and quality managers;
  • All specialists, which responsibilities includes development of requirements.

After course students will be able to

  • Students will gain practical knowledge on the discipline of requirements engineering as a main factor for the project to be successful;
  • Students will get to know the approach of the process of requirements engineering, which does not depend on some specific methodology, tool or part of the market;
  • Recognize requirement engineering as a toll to document the requirements as well as tool to get knowledge and organize, trace, peruse and make changes into the process of management;
  • Use well-established and proofed methods and techniques of requirements engineering which fits best for certain situations;
  • Will be prepared for IREB Advanced Level Requirements Management certification exam.


Insight into the life cycle of development of software. CPRE Requirements Engineering – Foundation Level.

Certification exam

IREB Advanced Level Requirements Management.

Course contents

What is Requirements Management:

  • Definition of requirements management;
  • Tasks in requirements management;
  • Goals and benefits of requirements management;
  • Requirements management plan;
  • Relevant standards.

Requirements information model:

  • Basics;
  • Presentation forms;
  • Preparation of a requirements information model.

Attribution and viewing requirements:

  • Objectives of the attribution;
  • Using an attribution scheme;
  • Change management of attribution scheme;
  • Goals and types of views;
  • Definition of views and risks of views;
  • Optimization of attributes and classification;
  • Contents for requirements management plan.

Evaluation and prioritization of requirements:

  • Motivation and difficulty of prioritizing requirements;
  • Fundamentals of the evaluation;
  • Prioritization of requirements;
  • Two types of prioritization techniques;
  • Ad-hoc prioritization techniques;
  • Analytical prioritization techniques;
  • Combination of prioritization techniques;
  • Contents for requirements management plan.

Version and change management:

  • Change management for requirements;
  • Change management process;
  • Contents for requirements management plan.

Traceability of requirements:

  • Reasons for traceability of requirements;
  • Different traceability considerations;
  • Relationship types for traceability;
  • Forms of traceability documentation;
  • Development of a project-specific traceability strategy;
  • Creating and using project specific traceability models;
  • Measurements for the evaluation of implemented traceability;
  • Challenges of traceability between textual and model-based artifacts;
  • Contents for requirements management plan.

Variant management for requirements:

  • Use of variants for requirements;
  • Forms of explicit documentation of variants and their evaluation;
  • Feature modeling;
  • Contents for requirements management plan.

Reporting in requirements management:

  • Objectives and benefits of reporting in requirements management;
  • Establishment of reporting;
  • Risks and problems in the application of reporting;
  • Contents for requirements management plan.

Management of requirements engineering processes:

  • Requirements engineering as a process;
  • Parameters of the requirements engineering process;
  • Documenting the requirements engineering process;
  • Monitor and control the requirements engineering process;
  • Process improvement for the requirements engineering process;
  • Content for requirements management plan.

Requirements management in agile projects:

  • Requirements management in agile projects;
  • Mapping requirements management to Scrum activities.

Use of tools in requirements management:

  • Role of tools in requirements management;
  • Basic procedure for tool selection;
  • Data exchange between requirements management tools.