This three-day business analysis training course presents a step-by-step approach to object-oriented analysis and design. Object modeling, use-case, and responsibility-driven design are covered. This course can also be expanded to five days.
This course presents a step-by-step approach to object-oriented analysis and design. Object modeling, use-case, and responsibility-driven design are covered. The course includes techniques from leading OO practitioners as well as UML diagrams. The three day course has both lecture and workshops.
By the end of the course, you will have:
- Used basic object concepts including encapsulation, inheritance, and polymorphism in the analysis and design of a system
- Created object-oriented deliverables including use cases and class-responsibility-collaboration outlines
- Determined composition versus inheritance relationships
- Explored re-use concepts
Who Should Attend this Object Oriented Analysis and UML Training Course
- Business Analyst who needs to define or gather users' business requirements
- Business Systems Analyst who wants to understand user's business requirements, translate them into clear statements of functional and systems requirements and add value to IT projects.
- Systems Analyst who must develop correct technical specifications from functional and system requirements
- System Auditors who are responsible for making sure that a companies systems are working exactly as defined by the company needs
- Compliance officers who are responsible for making sure that the company policies, systems and actions do not violate regulations, rules and laws.
- Risk Managers who are responsible for assessing company exposures and other areas of risks posed by changes and implementations of business systems and rules
- Project Manager who must ensure that a project's team members correctly understand customer needs and deliver high-quality solutions within project constraints
- Database Developers who must develop correct database specifications for business use from user requirements.
- Business Owners who want to understand the interoperations of their businesses so that may be able to solve business problems and work more effectively.
- Six Sigma/Lean Sigma Practitioners who want to increase the effectiveness of their efforts.
- Independent IT/Telecom/Business Consultants who want to accurately capture the expectations of the customer before designing a system, network or process.
- Web page/GUI Interface designers who must design and develop interactive web pages and applications