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CPRE CLASS ROOM

Get the international professional certification edge from International requirements engineering board ( IREB ) , Germany. Demonstrate skill and knowledge to get a professional start with CPRE foundation certification.

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  • 250+ EXAM LIKE DYMANIC QUESTIONS 
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CPRE CLASS ROOM

The CPRE certification is a professional examination from International Requirements engineering board (IREB) Germany. IREB supports a single, universally accepted, international qualification scheme, aimed at Requirements Engineering for professionals, by providing the core syllabi and by setting guidelines for accreditation and examination.

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The CPRE certification is a professional examination from International Requirements engineering board (IREB) Germany. IREB supports a single, universally accepted, international qualification scheme, aimed at Requirements Engineering for professionals, by providing the core syllabi and by setting guidelines for accreditation and examination. The program gives a comprehensive overview of the requirements process in requirements engineering /management. The CPRE curriculum provides a blend of academics, research and industry practice .
UNIQUE FEATURES OF THE PROGRAM
• Best suited for those working in manufacturing, IT, Auto, OEM and engineering companies
• No entry level qualification to appear for the CPRE – Foundation examination
• Get an international certification
• Most suitable for those looking to enter as Junior BA or requirements analysts.
• Best suited for those who are in development roles and have to liaison with business users as part of the IT solutions development process.
• Get to know the best practices in requirements management.
About the certificate
The Certified Professional for Requirements Engineering (CPRE) is a personal certificate aimed at individuals working in Requirements Engineering, Business Analysis and Testing. It will expand your professional knowledge and help you to become more successful in your job.
The certification scheme is developed by the IREB, the contents are taught by independent training providers and the CPRE exam can be taken at approved certification bodies. The CPRE certificate has lifetime validity.
This is a 3 tier certification scheme.
Foundation Level
The CPRE Foundation Level covers the fundamentals of the Requirements Engineering domain, methodology and available techniques.
There are no prerequisites to apply for it.
Advanced Level
The CPRE Advanced Level stands for mastering and using methods and techniques. There are three choices for achieving an Advanced Level certificate:
• Requirements Elicitation & Consolidation (English and German)
• Requirements Modeling (English and German)
• Requirements Management (German)
To apply for the Advanced Level the CPRE Foundation Level must have been completed successfully
Expert Level
The Expert Level is in the planning stage.
1) Practice using real life templates.
2) Convenient weekend class.
3) Study materials.
4) Real life templates
6) Business Lunch and Tea and snacks on all days for retail programs.
8) Access to high quality learner management system.
9) Free access to 250 + high quality dynamic questions with explanation
8) CV development support to apply for business analyst and requirements engineering job positions.
9) Career mentoring in shaping your BA career
Topics
EU 1 INTRODUCTION AND FOUNDATIONS
EO 1.1 Knowing symptoms of and reasons for inadequate RE
EO 1.2 Knowing the four major activities of RE
EO 1.3 Knowing the role of communication in RE
EO 1.4 Knowing skills of a requirements engineer
EO 1.5 Knowing the three kinds of requirements
EO 1.6 Knowing the role of quality requirements
EU 2 SYSTEM AND SYSTEM CONTEXT
EO 2.1 Knowing system context, system boundary and context boundary
EO 2.2 Mastering and using system boundary and context boundary
EU 3 REQUIREMENTS ELICITATION
EO 3.1.1 Knowing various types of requirements sources
EO 3.1.2 Knowing the significance of requirements sources and the consequences of disregarded requirements sources
EO 3.1.3 Knowing the most important information of the stakeholder documentation
EO 3.1.4 Knowing important principles in dealing with stakeholders (stakeholder rights and duties)
EO 3.2.1 Mastering and using the content and significance of the Kano model
EO 3.2.2 Knowing influencing factors for the choice of elicitation techniques
EO 3.2.3 Knowing advantages and disadvantages of elicitation techniques
EO 3.2.4 Mastering and using the following types of elicitation techniques and examples for each: survey techniques, creativity techniques, document-centered techniques, observation techniques and supporting techniques
EU 4 REQUIREMENTS DOCUMENTATION
EO 4.1.1 Knowing key reasons for requirements documentation
EO 4.2.1 Knowing the three perspectives of functional requirements
EO 4.2.2 Knowing advantages and disadvantages of natural language requirements documentation
EO 4.2.3 Knowing the most important model-based requirements documentation form
EO 4.2.4 Knowing the advantages of mixed form of requirements documentation
EO 4.3.1 Knowing the advantages of standardized document structures
EO 4.3.2 Knowing one widespread document structures
EO 4.3.3 Knowing important points for a tailored standard structure
EO 4.4.1 Knowing activities building on requirements documents
EO 4.5.1 Mastering and using quality criteria for requirements documents
EO 4.6.1 Mastering and using quality criteria for requirements
EO 4.6.2 Knowing the two most important style rules for requirements
EO 4.7.1 Mastering and using contents and importance of a glossary
EO 4.7.2 Mastering and using rules for handling the glossary
EU 5 DCOUMENTATION OF REQUIREMENTS USING NATURAL LANGUAGE
EU 5.1 Effect of natural language –
Nominalization ,
Nouns without reference index
Universal quantifiers
Incompletely specified conditions
Incompletely specified process words
EU 5.2 Requirements templates
Using Shall, Will, Must, Could and May in requirements specification
EU 6 MODEL BASED DOCUMENTATION OF REQUIREMENTS
EO 6.1.1 Knowing the term “model” and the properties of models
EO 6.1.2 Knowing definition elements of a conceptual modelling language
EO 6.1.3 Knowing the advantages of requirements models
EO 6.2.1 Knowing the importance of goals in requirements engineering
EO 6.2.2 Knowing the two types of goal decomposition
EO 6.2.3 Mastering the modeling and using of goal relationships as and/or trees
EO 6.3.1 Mastering the specification of and using use case specifications
EO 6.3.2 Knowing the three perspectives on requirements
EO 6.5.1 Knowing the focus of the data perspective on requirements
EO 6.5.2 Mastering and using entity relationship diagrams and UML class diagrams
EO 6.6.1 Knowing the focus of the functional perspective on requirements
EO 6.6.2 Mastering and using data flow diagrams and UML activity diagrams
EO 6.7.1 Knowing the focus of the behavioural perspective on requirements
EO 6.7.2 Mastering and using UML state charts
EU 7 REQUIREMENTS VALIDATION AND NEGOTIATION
EO 7.1.1 Knowing the significance of validating requirements
EO 7.2.1 Knowing the significance of conflicts with regard to requirements
EO 7.3.1 Knowing the three quality aspects of requirements
EO 7.3.2 Mastering and using validation criteria for the quality aspects “content”, “documentation” and “agreement
EO 7.4.1 Knowing the six principles for requirements validation
EO 7.4.2 Mastering and using the principles of requirements validation
EO 7.5.1 Knowing techniques for requirements validation
EO 7.5.2 Mastering and using the validation techniques: commenting (expert opinion), inspection, walkthrough, perspective-based reading, validation via prototypes and use of checklists
EO 7.6.1 Knowing activities for requirements negotiation
EO 7.6.2 Knowing the types of requirements conflicts
EO 7.6.3 Knowing the various conflict resolution techniques
EO 7.6.4 Knowing the documentation for conflict resolution
EU 8 REQUIREMENTS MANAGEMENT
EO 8.1.1 Knowing the purpose and definition of attribute schemes
EO 8.1.2 Knowing important attribute types for requirements
EO 8.2.1 Mastering and using views on requirements
EO 8.3.1 Knowing methods for prioritizing requirements
EO 8.3.2 Mastering and using techniques for prioritizing requirements
EO 8.4.1 Knowing the benefits of requirements traceability
EO 8.4.2 Mastering and using classes of traceability relationships
EO 8.4.3 Mastering and using forms of representation for traceability relationships
EO 8.5.1 Mastering and using versioning of requirements
EO 8.5.2 Mastering and using the formation of requirements configurations
EO 8.5.3 Mastering and using the formation requirements baselines
EO 8.6.1 Knowing the importance of requirements changes
EO 8.6.2 Knowing the functions and members of a Change Control Board
EO 8.6.3 Mastering and using the elements of a requirements change request
EO 8.6.4 Mastering and using different classes of change requests
EO 8.6.5 Mastering and using a process to handle change requests
EO8.7.1 Knowing the importance of requirements measurements
EU 9 TOOL SUPPORT
EO 9.1 Knowing the eight features of a requirements management tool
EO 9.2 Knowing the five aspects in the introduction of requirements engineering tools
EO 9.3 Knowing the seven views of requirements engineering tools
• Content and sequence and case studies are subject to change based on time limit available and trainee.
Online and classroom topics may be different.  
The teaching methodology is based on case studies, role plays, group assignments where participants learn from the instructor and from each other.
Our endeavour is not only help participants pass certification but enable them to build competencies and skills that can be applied at their work place.
The lectures are delivered based on the background, needs and aspirations of the participants to make sure that they meet their needs.
Our classes are highly interactive and based on experiential learning (learning from experience) . Participants can ask questions, request clarification or explanation when it’s needed and interact with a knowledgeable instructor who can help them understand concepts and terminology in terms of their own frames of reference
The class room sessions are used to explain difficult concepts, for practical learning, role plays, group assignments and team learning, personal interactions, replying to queries, having debates and points of views and all other activities that cannot be adopted in an online session.
Trainers provide feedback on assignments and better ways of doing things and this can be achieved only in an interactive face to face discussion.

1. Business Analyst from the software development industry.
2. Requirements engineers from the Auto, OEM, Engineering and Manufacturing industry.
3. Business managers who want to move to business analyst roles
4. Experienced business users or core team members working in IT departments as client side business analyst in IT projects, process improvement, transformation and strategic initiatives.
5. Product managers and business process owners and those interacting with IT development teams for development of IT solutions.
6. Project managers
7. QA/Testing professionals
8. Team leads/System Analysts /Developers who have to interact with clients
Blended course / Crash course 2 days weekend course for retail batches.
Examination prep course – 3 day corporate program for retail and corporate batches.
Competency program – 4 days for corporate batches.
CPRE Foundation (FL) Retail batches conducted in New Delhi, Gurgaon, Noida,Greater Noida,Kolkatta,Navi Mumbai,Mumbai,Pune,Bangalore,Hyderabad,Mysore,Chennai,Cochin and Trivandrum.

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The exam must be completed within 75 minutes and covers 45 multiple choice questions. On request non-native speakers may be granted a 15 minute extension. Depending on their difficulty questions are allocated a different number of points. The exam is closed-book: no materials may be used during the examination, with the exception of a language dictionary. To pass the exam, you must achieve at least 60 % of the total possible score.
For examination bodies click on www.ireb.org/en/exams/bodies
EXAMINATION PATTERN
Examination pattern : Multiple choice with more than 1 answers
Time : 1.15 hours with 45 questions with negative marking.
Examination conducted by : TUV SUD , iSQI or Pearson VUE
The fees for Pearson VUE is approx Rs INR 9500/- 
The IREB website address is www.ireb.org.For examination basics click on www.ireb.org/en/exams/basics/
For CPRE Foundation details click on www.ireb.org/en/cpre/foundation/
For syllabus downloads click : www.ireb.org/en/downloads/tag:foundation-level#topFor examination regulations : www.ireb.org/en/downloads/tag:foundation-level#top

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