Business System Analyst (Level 1) - Tescom Singapore Software Systems Testing
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Business System Analyst (Level 1)

Intended Audience

The course is the basis for the next level in Business Systems Analysis i.e. Level 2 and is intended for:


  • End-users participating in Requirements Gathering
  • Business System Analysts that wish to understand / deploy the practicalities of Use Case Approach (UCA)
  • Project, Technical and Quality Assurance Managers
  • Documentation Specialists
  • Software Analysts, Designers and Developers
  • Quality Assurance personnel
  • Application Subject Matter Experts


The intended audience is anyone actively involved in any form of Business Systems Analysis.


The course participants are expected to have:


  • General understanding of Business Principles (pertaining to their field of expertise)
  • General knowledge and some qualification in Information Technology
  • Overall familiarity with the Software Development Life Cycle
  • Principle awareness of Traditional and Object Oriented approaches
  • General comprehension of Quality Assurance

Course Objective

At the end of the course the students will acquire knowledge pertaining to:


  • Understand Object Oriented (OO) principles
  • Assistance in formulation of System Requirements
  • Undertaking of Requirements Elicitation and Management
  • Development of Business Use Cases (BUCs)
  • Development System Use Cases (UCS) – High Level only
  • Requirements definition to a satisfactory level i.e. Sign-off by End-User
  • Coverage Analysis / Traceability between Requirements, Features and Business Use Cases
  • Coverage Analysis / Traceability between Business Use Cases and System Use Cases
  • Coverage Analysis / Traceability between System Use Cases and Test Cases
  • Requirement Analysis and Management
  • Requirements Elicitation
  • Requirements Analysis methods

The Course Outline

The course outline is as follows:

  • Business Systems Analysis Rationale
  • Business Systems Analyst Tools
  • Traditional SDLC To Object Oriented Transition
  • Object Oriented Terminology
  • The Traceability Model
  • Business Systems Analyst Responsibilities
  • Best Practices
  • OO Concepts
  • SDLC Iterative Process
  • SDLC Disciplines
  • Use Cases
  • Coverage Analysis
  • Requirements Analysis & Design
  • OO Use Case Approach
  • The Requirements Problem
  • Requirements Management
  • Requirements and the SDLC
  • The S/W Team & the 5 Steps in Problem Analysis
  • The Business Modelling
  • Requirements Elicitation
  • Use Case Approach (UCA)
  • Organising Requirements
  • Requirements Scope and Management
  • Software Requirements
  • Use Case Refinement
  • Requirement Elicitation and techniques
  • Requirements Elicitation and Management