Course detail

This highly practical course will develop the skills you need to produce data or class models.

To develop enterprise-strength software applications that support the strategic organisational goals you need to build models of the information architecture. Throughout a software development project these models are continually refined until they become database structures. Modern approaches such as agile modelling and domain-driven design emphasise the importance of building models early in the development process with business users.

By the end of the course the delegate will be able to:

  • Understand the purpose and benefits of data modelling
  • Decide when to use Data Models
  • Draw data models using class diagrams (UML notation is standard in our course though we can deliver in-house using other Entity Relationship notations if preferred)
  • Define and document attributes
  • Understand the link to process models and requirements
  • Understand how data models become physical databases
  • Confidently present findings to their peer group and project team for review
  • Understand how data modelling is used in traditional  and agile business analysis.

Dates and bookings

Date Duration Location Delivery Price (ex VAT) Availability
Mon 10 – Tue 11 Jul 2 Days London weekday £795
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Mon 18 – Tue 19 Sep 2 days London weekday £795
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Mon 20 – Tue 21 Nov 2 days London weekday £795
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Sat 25 – Sun 26 Nov 2 days London weekend £795
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  • Weekend/midweek courses
  • Experienced lecturers
  • Central London location
  • Small class size

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