Course Duration: 3 Days

Course Category: Business Analysis & Requirements Engineering


21 Contact Hours

UML Modeling Using Enterprise Architect


Course Description


This three-day course provides a “hands-on” introduction to the UML modelling standard. The course teaches participants how to create a variety of UML models using Enterprise Architect, a CASE tool that offers ease of use and comprehensive support for the UML standard at a realistic price.


The course is designed to develop participant’s critical modelling skills while at the same time giving them a chance to gain some practical experience of a UML modelling tool.


The course is suitable for a wide range of hands-on software developers and their managers. It can provide an excellent “kick-start” for a new project team about to embark on their first UML project.


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Course Features

  • Assumes no prior knowledge of the UML or Enterprise Architect.
  • Provides a relevant introduction to key UML concepts and notation which filters out less important  material.
  • Provides participants with ample hands-on experience of using a CASE tool to create UML diagrams.


Participant Benefits


Develops practical skills that can immediately be applied in the workplace.



Who Should Attend

  • Business Analysts, Requirements Analysts and Technical Writers
  • Software Architects, Testers and Developers
  • Methodologists, Project Managers and Quality Assurance staff



Course Agenda

  • Introduction to the UML
    • UML Time Line
    • What is the UML?
    • UML Meta-Model
    • UML Symbols
    • UML Repository

  • Introduction to Enterprise Architect
    • The Project View
    • The Resource View
    • Properties
    • UML Toolbox
    • Menus and Toolbars
    • Working With Diagrams

  • Class Diagrams
    • Introduction to Object Oriented Concepts
      • Classification
      • Abstraction
      • Reification
    • Classes
    • Objects
    • Relationships
      • Association
      • Composition
      • Aggregation
      • Generalise/Specialise
    • Class Diagrams
    • Object Diagrams

  • General Purpose Concepts
    • Organising Models
      • Diagrams
      • Packages
    • Relating Elements
      • Dependencies
      • Realisation
    • Annotating Diagrams
      • Notes
      • Constratints
    • Extending the UML
      • Keywords and Stereotypes
      • Tagged Values

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