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vThe Certified Professional forRequirements Engineering (CPRE) ExamIn 2007, the International Requirements Engineering Board(IREB e.V.)wasfounded. It is composed of independent experts who are accepted world-wide and come from an array of domains, including industry, consulting,research, and education. The members of the board have created a curric-ulum for the domain of requirements engineering and have developed acertificate, the Certified Professional for Requirements Engineering (CPRE),that is based on the curriculum. The goal is to establish quality assuredstandardized instruction and continuing training in requirements engi-neering, thereby improving the practice of requirements engineering as awhole.In 2007, the IREB started out very successfully in Germany, Austria,and Switzerland. Since the curriculum has been made available in the Eng-lish language, the CPRE is now offered in more and more countries, suchas, for example the United States, the Netherlands, India, and Israel.Four main actors are involved in the certification process: theIREB, recognized training providers, certifying bodies of the individualcountries, and of course the participants in training courses and theexaminees. Figure 1–1 illustrates the distribution of tasks for the Certi-fied Professional for Requirements Engineering (CPRE) certificationmodel.The IREB creates the curriculum, develops the corresponding exami-nation questions, defines and governs the examination process, authorizescertifying bodies to administer examinations, and recognizes training pro-viders whose training courses conform to the curriculum for the CertifiedProfessional for Requirements Engineeringexam. In the individual countries,IREB-commissioned administer the examinations for the certificate.
viThe Certified Professional for Requirements Engineering (CPRE) ExamFigure 1-1 Task distribution in the CPRE certification modelFormally, the IREB curriculum is similar to the curricula of other estab-lished instruction and continued training standards (e.g., ISTQB CertifiedTester) and takes the pertinent standards of ISO and IEEE into considera-tion. The curriculum for the Foundation Level comprises the essentialknowledge of requirements engineering, including requirements elicita-tion, documentation, validation, and management. The content the IREBcertificate covers can be reviewed in the publicly available curriculum.
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