Four-Day Computer Systems Design

Format:

Four day instructor led course focused on practical problem solving skills

Pre-requites:

Delegates that will benefit most from this training workshop should have at least 2 years IT development experience, as it’s a very technical workshop.

Audience:

Systems Analysts, Designers, programmers, developers. Any person that’s about to, or is responsible for developing functional / technical specifications.

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Course Description:

This workshop offers ways to drastically reduce development and maintenance time of all automated systems, whether mainframe, client-server, or the Internet. It advocates building a design blueprint before developing the computer systems itself. This blueprint is a model of the system solution. The major model (a hierarchy diagram) is a development, implementation and testing model and forms a major part of the final system maintenance documentation commonly known as a Technical or Functional Specification. Internationally proven methods and models are used for creating a maintainable reliable system design from a well-defined requirements specification. Computer Systems Design picks up after the analysis workshop (Business Process & Information Modelling) and addresses the invention portion of a system development effort.

Format:

Four day instructor led course focused on practical problem solving skills

Pre-requites:

Delegates that will benefit most from this training workshop should have at least 2 years IT development experience, as it’s a very technical workshop.

Audience:

Systems Analysts, Designers, programmers, developers. Any person that’s about to, or is responsible for developing functional / technical specifications.

Training Calendar & Registration Download Course Information

Course Description:

This workshop offers ways to drastically reduce development and maintenance time of all automated systems, whether mainframe, client-server, or the Internet. It advocates building a design blueprint before developing the computer systems itself. This blueprint is a model of the system solution. The major model (a hierarchy diagram) is a development, implementation and testing model and forms a major part of the final system maintenance documentation commonly known as a Technical or Functional Specification. Internationally proven methods and models are used for creating a maintainable reliable system design from a well-defined requirements specification. Computer Systems Design picks up after the analysis workshop (Business Process & Information Modelling) and addresses the invention portion of a system development effort.

Four-Day Computer Systems Design

Course Outline:

After completing this course the delegate will be able to:

  • Develop a Computer Systems Design that meets the Business Requirements
  • Develop a design that’s more maintainable
  • Produce a design that’s capable of being tailored to your process environment using any computer language, computer hardware, or database management system.
  • Smooth the bridge between analysis and design (i.e. deriving solutions from requirements)
  • Derive a quality design based on a comprehensive method, based on business needs rather than gut feel
  • Develop a design that views the entire process from stimulus to response (an Event).

Each delegate will receive:

  • Training Material Hand-out
  • Examples of how a bad design leads to bad (difficult and expensive) systems.
  • Certificate of Completion

Who We Work With

  • AlexanderForbes
  • Rhodes
  • Bestmed
  • Anglo American
  • DataCentrix
  • Enviroserv
  • FirstRand
  • Sasol
  • FTP
  • MTN
  • Omnia
  • PEP
  • SABS
  • Sasol
  • StandardBank
  • SunCityResort