Saturday, November 18th, 2017

Training


The first step to developing an organizational training program is to identify the needs of an organization’s staff up against the company’s projects.

Golden Solutions sets out to identify project’s roles, determine their required skills, and finally develops a training program to teach these skills to the relevant team members. By understanding the value of these changes, Golden Solutions ensures success of this process.

The table below shows which training can help you to address your daily challenges in an optimum way.

Training Challenges ↓ Persona → Product Manager / Analyst Project Manager / R&D Manager SW/HW Engineer System / Integration Engineer V&V & Testing / QA & Test Manager
Requirements Engineering Requirements Traceability + + + + +
Requirements Coverage and Impact Analysis + + + +
Requirements Discovery & Prioritization + + +
Requirements Stakeholders + + +
Peer Reviews + + + + +
MRD, PRD, SSS, SRS + + + +
System Integration Integration Strategy & Planning + + + + +
Product Assembly & Delivery + + + +
System Integrity & CM + + +
Interfaces Management + + +
Integration Environments + + + +

 

Training Challenges ↓ Persona → Product Manager / Analyst Project Manager / R&D Manager SW Engineer System / Integration Engineer V&V & Testing / SQA & Test Manager
SW Testability and SQA SW Process Models & Standards +
SW Bug Tracking + + + + +
SW Verification + + +
Software Engineering Methods SW Planning & Effort Estimation + + + +
SW Development Process + + + + +
SW Change Control (CC) + + + + +
SW Version Control + + + + +

 

Additional training plans can be tailored according to the company’s needs and objectives
Contact us for additional information

Testimonials

“Thank you for the course – it was very interesting and I really learned a lot.”

“It was really worthwhile to do the course, I feel more confident in doing my job better”

“Very enjoyable! I learned new terms for old tasks and new techniques for old tasks.”

“Good to be in a course where the instructor had been there, done that, obviously knew her subject” – (Amdocs 2005 - Requirements Gathering/Elicitation Training)

“An excellent, well planed course. I enjoyed it and it has given me an interest in improving the way we work. THANKS” (Amdocs 2005- Requirements Validation Training)

“Overall useful & enjoyable course (InOtherWords, 2007- Requirements Management Training)”