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  Requirements Management
    Rational DOORS Basic - RTCS-BAS-101
    Rational DOORS Beyond the Basics - RTCS-BAS-201
    Rational DOORS Advanced - RTCS-ADV-201
  Requirements Methodology
    Writing Better Requirements - RTCS-WBR-101
    Requirement Management Fundamentals - RTCS-RMF-101
  Change Management
    Change Management using RTC - RTCS-RTC-101
    Change Management using Ratinal Change - RTCS-RSC-101
    DOORS / Change Integration - RTCS-DCI-101
  Publishing
    Publishing with Rational Publishing Engine - RTCS-RPE-101
  Test Management
    Test Management in Rational Quality Manager - RTCS-RQM-101
    Using DOORS with Rational Quality Manager - RTCS-DQM-101
    Using DOORS with HP Quality Center - RTCS-DHP-101
  Projecat Architecture
    DOORS Architecture Workshop - RTCS-DAW-101
  Misc
    DOORS Environment CheckUp - RTCS-DEC-101
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The DOORS basic course familiarizes the student with all the fundamentals od the use of DOORS.
The course will usually take around 8hrs to complete. Students receive a printout of the DOORS presentation and an exercise book that contains all the exercises for the basic course along with all the answers with screenshots. The literature is theirs to keep.
The topics covered in this course are:
  
  1. The database, projects & folders
  2. Formal Module Display functions
  3. Object Concept
  4. Objects & Structure
  5. Cut, copy, paste, and delete
  6. Attributes and types
  7. Searches, filters and views
  8. Getting a Microsoft Word document into DOORS
  9. Pictures, OLE and Tables
  10. Using Microsoft Excel for data import/export
  11. Linking
  12. Create a Traceability Matrix
  13. Tracking Changes
  14. Using the Discussions Feature
  15. Baselines

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The DOORS Beyond the Basics course adds all the everyday operations that could not becovered in the basics course. The student will gain greater knowledge with this course to aid them in streamlining their usage and workflow.
This course is a supplement to the basics and is not designed to replace the advanced course, they are aimed at different users.
The course will usually take around 8hrs to complete. Students receive a printout of the DOORS presentation and an exercise book that contains all the exercises for the basic course along with all the answers with screenshots. The literature is theirs to keep.
The topics covered in this course are:
  
  1. Projects, folders & formal modules
  2. Link modules & link sets
  3. Attributes
  4. Shareable edit
  5. Complex traceability matrices
  6. Linking externally
  7. Advanced Excel techniques
  8. Baseline sets
  9. Archive & Restore
  10. Partitioning
The DOORS Advanced class takes you to the next level
Designed for the users that are involved with project creation, structure of the database and management of the database.
It captures all the necessary background details needed to aid in maintaining a DOORS database, keeping it clean and putting under configuration management.
People who should take this course are, System Engineers, Database Managers, Process related engineers and Compliance personell (CMMI ISO).
Prerequisites:
  
  1. DOORS Basic course
  2. Microsoft Word and Excel
  3. Windows Explorer familiarity

The course will usually take around 8hrs to complete. Students receive a printout of the DOORS presentation and an exercise book that contains all the exercises for the basic course along with all the answers with screenshots. The literature is theirs to keep.
The topics covered in this course are:
  
  1. Projects, folders & formal modules
  2. Link modules & link sets
  3. Attributes
  4. Shareable edit
  5. Complex traceability matrices
  6. Linking externally
  7. Advanced Excel techniques
  8. Baseline sets
  9. Archive & Restore
  10. Partitioning
Better Requirements is designed to instruct the students in the pitfalls when writing specifications. Through examples and case studies the student will learn the difference between levels of requirements, the quality of a good requirement, its testability, singularity and its quantifiable construction
This course can be taken by itself, but compliments the Rational DOORS courses when taken at the same time.
The course usually takes around 6 hours. The student will get a complete handout of all the slides for their reference.
The topics covered in this course are:
  
  1. Who needs requirements?
  2. Requirements & the project
  3. The Systematic approach
  4. Different levels of requirements
  5. Requirements quality
  6. Structuring requirements
  7. Use Case study
  8. Requirements review process
  9. Recap
  10. Partitioning
Better Requirements is designed to instruct the students in the pitfalls when writing specifications. Through examples and case studies the student will learn the difference between levels of requirements, the quality of a good requirement, its testability, singularity and its quantifiable construction
This course can be taken by itself, but compliments the Rational DOORS courses when taken at the same time.
The course usually takes around 6 hours. The student will get a complete handout of all the slides for their reference.
The topics covered in this course are:
  
  1. Who needs requirements?
  2. Requirements & the project
  3. The Systematic approach
  4. Different levels of requirements
  5. Requirements quality
  6. Structuring requirements
  7. Use Case study
  8. Requirements review process
  9. Recap
  10. Partitioning