CHARISMATEK runs both public and in-house training
courses. If you are interested in attending any of the training
courses mentioned below or if you have any training related queries,
Function Point Analysis
Function Point WORKBENCH™ tool and methodology to maximise the effectiveness
of Function Point Analysis within your organisation.
Learn how to carry out Function
Point Analysis using the Function Point WORKBENCH™ tool and methodology and the current IFPUG 4.3 standard and how to effectively utilise the
sizing results to add value throughout the software development
Learn how to
interpret functional sizing information for effective and useful management
decision making within your organisation.
Discover how advanced functional
sizing techniques can improve the usefulness of your function point analysis
and add further value to the software development process.
Learn a range of proven,
practical techniques to devise effective estimates of project effort, cost
and duration. Also, learn how to implement an successful estimation
program within your organisation. Suitable for both software suppliers
and their customers.
Use the Function Point WORKBENCH™
tool and methodology to extend your project function point counts to
estimates of effort and cost.
Discover effective techniques for
estimating software development effort, productivity, schedule and cost
early in the development life-cycle.
Learn how to effectively forecast
the resource requirements and costs of software production support.
Learn how to use the SPR
KnowledgePLAN™ tool to generate detailed software project estimates of
effort, deliverables, schedule, resource requirements and defect levels.
Customise and calibrate the SPR
KnowledgePLAN™ tool to fully address the details of your own organisation's
software development process.
Metrics and Project Management
Understand the importance of
measurement to the software process. Learn what is measured, how
measurement is performed and how to effectively utilise measurement results.
Learn how to
represent and communicate software requirements using a functional model.