Writing Effective Use Case Course
Course design: Alistair Cockburn
This course provides both the theory and practice of using use cases to define the functional requirements of software systems.
Our consulting work has shown that many people are happy with the basic concepts, but find it difficult to apply use cases in practice. This course is based on experiences gained from working on real projects. It is a highly practical course; most of the time is spent writing and discussing use cases.
Contact Andy Pols via email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or phone on 0845 003 8380, for more information.
|Audience:||Anyone who is faced with gathering the requirements for a software system. Typically from an IT department, but possibly from the human factors group, marketing department, or from a user community.|
|Course Level:||Beginner to Intermediate.|
|Location:||Taught on location, by request.|
|Cost:||£6,000 plus travel for the first 15 people, £180 for each additional person.
Each additional day of consultancy, working directly with your team, is £1,200.00.
Course cost includes a copy of the Jolt Productivity Award – winning book Writing Effective Use Cases.
(Deduct £20 per person discount if you provide the Writing Effective Use Cases book yourself!)
|Class size:||16 – 24 people.|
|Outcomes:||Attendies will learn the following:
|Room Setup:||The ideal setup is with chairs grouped around tables (in groups of 4/5) with each table having their own flip chart. The course is a powerpoint-free-zone, so no projection facilities are required.|