Fundamentals of Use Case Modelling course use an integrated case-study based approach.
This is a beginner to intermediate level course and hence suitable for fresh as well as experienced business analysts. This course is ideal for those who want to learn use case modelling but do not want to spend hundreds of dollars or spend extensive time in self study.
With this business analysis training, you will be able to acquire skills to create use case diagrams, write detailed use case descriptions and scenarios. You will also be able to talk confidently about use case modelling in your business analyst interviews.
In this course, you will get introduced to the key concepts and terms of requirements analysis before you learn specifics of use case modelling. In the introduction to use case modelling, you will learn purpose of use cases, and components of use case diagrams such as actors, use cases and the associations between them.
You will learn to write detailed use case descriptions, identify actors and use cases and also learn steps involved in writing use cases incrementally in a well defined structured way. You will also learn to write scenarios to analyse various ways in which a use case can be performed.
The whole course will take less than 2 hours to complete.
This course includes lectures with examples and case study to help you learn concepts of use case modelling. You will be able to attempt quiz at the end of each session to check your understanding. You will also be able to download a sample use case that is used as a part of the case study as well as a self-explanatory use case template for personal or commercial use.
In this introductory session, you will get to know more about the Fundamentals of Use Case Modelling course such as purpose of the course, its objectives and course content. You will also get to know about the experiences and qualifications of the mentor Trividh Patel, CBAP.
In this session, you will get briefly introduced to key concepts and terms used in this course.
This quiz tests understanding of key concepts that are used in this course.
In this session, you will learn the purpose of the use cases, and components of the use case diagrams such as actors, use cases and the associations between them.
In this first part on writing use case descriptions, you will learn to write flow of events, that includes basic flow, alternative flows and subflows.
In this second part on writing use case descriptions, you will learn to write preconditions, post conditions, extension points and special requirements.
In this session, you will learn the concepts involved in identifying the actors, and use cases.
In this session, you will learn the 3 easy steps to write Use Cases in an incremental and structured way.
In this session, you will learn to write scenarios to test that the system performs the way it was defined by the use case.
Trividh Patel has about 15 years of experience in Business Analysis and Consulting in IT services industry.
He has worked for leading IT Services companies as Business Architect, Lead/ Sr. Business Analyst, and as IT Project Manager. He has executed several business analysis projects for reputed organizations from USA, UK, Europe, Middle East, Japan and India. He has good track record of leading team of Business Analysts to deliver business analysis projects.
Trividh Patel has done MBA in Systems and Bachelor of Engineering from University of Mumbai (India) and is Certified Business Analysis Professional (CBAP) by International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA), Canada since March 2012.