An Online Training with Focus on FAA Requirements Engineering Management Handbook
August 19 @ 8:00 am – August 21 @ 12:30 pm
2.5 Days, Hands-on, “Online” or “Onsite“, International Training Class
Cost: USD 760.00
This two and a half days of training presents with a set of recommended practices on how to collect, write, validate, and organize requirements. It attempts to bring together the best ideas from several approaches, organize them into a coherent whole, and illustrate them with concrete examples that make their benefits clear. The presentations use some information from the FAA Requirements Engineering Handbook (DOT/FAA/AR-08/32); however, the training is not limited to this handbook only. The instrructor provides additional information to better understand the goals and activities described in this very useful handbook.
This training helps you adopting the Requirements Engineering Management processes directly into your project as well as organizational processes.
Date: 19-21 August 2022
Time Schedule: Day 1 and 2: 08:00 – 16:30, Day 3: 08:00 – 12:00.
Timezone: Central European Summer Time (CEST). UTC+2
Training Schedule and Execution Method
The literature on requirements engineering is vast and practices vary widely even within a particular industry. For this reason, the Handbook is targeted to the domain of real-time, embedded systems and specifically to the avionics industry. Due to the rapidly growing importance of software in these systems, it emphasizes practices that ease the transition from system to software requirements. The main-level recommended practices are presented roughly in the order they would be performed on a program, but there is no requirement that this order must be strictly adhered to.
As with most processes, significant iteration between the different activities is expected as the requirements are refined. Rather than trying to specify a detailed process, the Handbook focuses on identifying what information is needed in a requirements specification and providing recommendations on how that information can be collected and organized.
Read more detailed contents on this training at:
Requirements Engineering Management Training Page