System Verification

Basic Requirements Management

This course provides you with the methods to specify, trace and document requirements.

Level Basic
Price On request
Duration 2 days
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You learn how to distinguish between problem and solution and to break down requirements into their correct levels. Traceability between the different levels guarantees a reliable change management process. Elicitation of requirements, traceability, and requirements documentation are some of the central concepts.

Upon completing the course, you should be able to:

  • Select the correct requirement techniques and methods
  • Elicit requirements and write requirement specifications
  • Trace requirements
  • Document requirements

Who should attend?

Project managers, requirements managers, requirements developers, and any stakeholder with a vested interest in requirements.

Level and prerequisites

This is a basic course and requires no previous knowledge.

Course structure

The teaching is based on a combination of instructor-led explanatory sessions, group discussions and practical exercises. By applying your knowledge to concrete and realistic tasks, you gain a better understanding of the concepts taught during the course. The course is held in Swedish.

Tailored, in-house training

We also offer Basic requirements management internally to companies. For prices and other information, contact Emil Sigvant on telephone +46 73 661 28 84 or by email.

Course contents


  • Requirements
  • Requirements management
  • Requirements levels

Requirements classification

  • Requirements process
  • Planning and follow-up
  • Risk management
  • Development methods
  • Requirements elicitation
  • Requirements analysis
  • Requirements documentation
  • Quality assurance of requirements

Requirements tools

  • Planning and follow-up
  • Requirements elicitation
  • Requirements analysis
  • Requirements documentation
  • Tracking of requirements
  • Requirements specification


  • Use cases
  • Requirements identification
  • Requirements text
  • Prototypes