BCS Practitioner Certificate in Requirements Engineering

BCS Requirements Engineering

The LH Requirements engineering training course follows the official BCS syllabus for Requirements Engineering that leads to BCS accredited examination.

By attending this BCS Requirements Engineering training course with LH, Delegates will learn how to take a rigorous and disciplined approach to define business requirements. It is important that individuals are aware of how to practically apply what they have learned in the workplace, and so this training course also provides delegates with an interactive experience of using the business techniques in a realistic scenario.

BCS Practitioner Certificate in Requirements Engineering


About This Course

This three-day training course is one of four modules that you are required to take if you wish to obtain the BCS International Diploma in Business Analysis. It is expected that after attending this course, candidates will be able to:

• Recognise the role of Requirements Analysis in Systems Development
• Apply a variety of Requirements Elicitation techniques such as workshops, interviews, observation, scenarios, document analysis, prototyping, and questionnaires
• Record requirements in a Requirements Catalogue
• Analyse, prioritise, and validate requirements
• Understand the principles and business methods needed for successful Requirements Management

This BCS Practitioner Certificate in Requirements Engineering is fully accredited by BCS.

What is Included

The following is included with this training course:
• The BCS Certification in Requirements Engineering Examination
• The LH Requirements Engineering Courseware
• Free BCS Membership for 1 year after taking your BCS E-Professional Exam
• BCS Completion Certificate
• The official Business Analysis – third edition book
• Experienced Instructor


There are no prerequisites to attending the course, but candidates should have some practical experience of business analysis.

Study Time:

This is an intensive three-day course that prepares you for the BCS Requirements Engineering examination.

Who is Course Suitable for:

it is intended for people needing to develop their understanding of requirements engineering. These individuals may already be involved in Business Analysis possessing roles such as:
• Business Analysts
• Business Managers
• Members of Business Management Teams
• Business Change Managers
• Project Managers
However, people who simply have an interest in system requirements will find that this course is perfect for them.


The exam is taken on the afternoon of day three:
• Closed book
• Multiple choice
• 40 questions
• 62.5% to pass (25/40)
• 60 minutes duration
Additional information
Select Date

June 3 2024, September 16 2024, August 5 2024, July 1 2024




Classroom, Virtual

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Learning Requirements

Any recent Desktop/Laptop/Tablet with internet connectivity and based on a modern operating system (Windows8®️,Windows7®️, Windows Vista®️, MAC OSX, Linux, iPad iOS 7, Kindle Fire, Android based Tablets) with a latest version of the Web Browser viz. Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer 11, (Safari on MAC OSX).

  • 1GB RAM [512MB RAM] & at least 1GB of available hard disk space.
  • The learning application is based on HTML5 technologies and therefore the latest version of Web Browser is a pre-requsite ( Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer 11).

Lion Heart Service Level Agreement (SLA) for responding to Learning enquiries are:

  • An initial acknowledgement to the enquiry is sent to the candidate within 2 working hours.
  • A full response, whether this is by email or telephone call is completed within one working day.
  • A follow up email is sent to the candidate to confirm that the enquiry has been responded to satisfactorily, and to close the enquiry.