Learn how to generate user requirements from a detailed understanding of your customers’ needs with the UK’s leading CPUX provider.
This advanced level CPUX course provides you with in-depth knowledge about a key part of the human centred design process: user requirements engineering.
Our CPUX-UR course comprises two modules taught over four days. Most people choose to take both modules but if you are already proficient you can take just Module 2 – to help you decide, the full CPUX-UR curriculum is available on the UXQB website.
Please note that you must achieve CPUX foundation certification in order to take the CPUX-UR exam.
Bunnyfoot were the pioneers and are now one of the leading providers of the Certified Professional for Usability and User Experience – User Requirements Engineering (CPUX-UR) in the United Kingdom. Created in association with the international UXQB, this professional 4-day UX certification program covers theory, methods and practical advice for context of use analysis, user needs identification and user requirements generation – and is independently assessed/certified by Certible.
Certified Professional for Usability and User Experience – User Requirements Engineering (CPUX-UR) is an international standard for qualification of individuals who are professionally involved in developing or ensuring the usability or user experience of products.
Absolutely! This advanced level certification is appropriate for anyone who works in UX who wants to learn (1) how to gain a detailed understanding of their customers’ needs and (2) how to generate user requirements to inform design solutions. People who take this course typically work in research, design or business analysis roles.
If you want to…
Then CPUX-UR is for you!
The course is based on content from the International Usability and User Experience Qualification Board (UXQB) and is delivered in London.
The course provides you with detailed information user requirements engineering. The course covers:
In order to gain the CPUX-UR certification, you must pass a theoretical and practical test. The theoretical part of the test consists of a 90-minute test that consists of multiple choice and essay questions. The practical element of the test consists of observing a contextual interview, documenting it in the form of an as-is scenario and deriving the user requirements based on the as-is scenario.
You must achieve 70% in both parts of the test to gain CPUX-UR certification.
You can find a complete example of a certification test on the UXQB website
The International Usability and User Experience Qualification Board (UXQB) is a consortium of internationally recognised experts in usability and user experience. UXQB’s objective is to develop, maintain and manage the CPUX certification programs.
CPUX is an international standard for qualification of people working professionally within UX. So far unions in six European countries have joined UXQB: Germany, Switzerland, Austria, England, Holland and Denmark.
Read more about UX certification at www.uxqb.org/en where you can also find curricula and examples of the tasks that you have to solve if you want to be certified. The course includes many additional, unpublished examples of test tasks.
Duration: 4 days
Price: 4 day training course & certification exam – £1,750 (excl. VAT)
Certification exam only – £575 (excl. VAT)
We will provide breakfast, lunch, refreshments throughout the day, course materials and a certificate of completion.
Pete holds a PhD in Human Factors, which he gained from Loughborough University. He has experience of user-centred research in both academic and commercial settings and has worked on projects in a number of industry sectors (e.g. rail, pharmaceutical, FMCG) for national and global companies.
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