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This Enterprise Architect training course has been designed to give delegates a “kick-start” to using Sparx Systems’ Enterprise Architect (EA) tool for Business Process Modelling. Structured training will demonstrate the full feature set of the tool, including hands-on workshops. This will be followed by activities that reflect real-world scenarios - putting in place appropriate Model structures, configuring the tool, and providing working templates so that delegates can get started using EA much more quickly within a project environment for creating project deliverables.
Installing and Configuring Licences
The EA User Interface
System Use Case Models
Setting up the Project Browser to Create an effective structure for managing models
Creating a Template for future projects
Linking Models to implement Traceability
Linking documents to model Elements
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