Practical Introduction to Use Cases

Training: Image of a delegate writing on paperDuration: 2 days (12 hours), on-site

Attendees of this course will gain a hands-on introduction to System Use Cases, including Use Case diagrams and scenarios.   They will get a chance to practise the theory during the course, and will be provided with a practical, succinct and useful course manual which they can refer to after the course.

The main learning objectives are summarised below.  After successfully attending and completing the course, delegates will:

  • Know what a Use Case is, and when the technique could be used and applied
  • Identify the likely Use Cases for a systems development project
  • Draw a Use Case diagram
  • Document a Use Case (including a scenario)
  • Understand the differing levels of Use Case scenario that might be used throughout the project lifecycle, differentiating between ‘discovered’, ‘bulleted outline’ and ‘fully described’ use cases
  • Prioritise Use Cases
  • Understand how Use Cases relate to other requirements

Each attendee of the course will receive a printed copy of a course manual.   The course manual is designed to be a practical and useful ‘aide memoir’ which can be referred to once delegates return to their desks.


This is an introductory course, and as such no prior knowledge of Use Case theory is required.  It is, however, anticipated that delegates will be practicing BAs with knowledge of general requirements techniques.

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