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UML-102 : Introduction to Modeling with UML

Course Dates

Date(s) & Location(s):
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2 days

Course Description

This two day course answers these questions, and more, giving you the foundation you need to understand how to make the most of UML. It starts with an introduction to general modeling concepts then leads into the background and history of the UML. The key concepts of structural and behavioral modeling are covered in some detail through interactive, example-led sessions that complete the first half of the day. The second half of Day One introduces each of the thirteen UML diagrams, along with some examples of how they may be used in real-life situations. Day two consists of a mixture of presentations and workshops in which the use of UML for modeling requirements and scenarios is covered.

Course Objectives

  • Provide an awareness of the principles and concepts inherent in Modeling
  • Describe the structure and content of UML
  • Enable attendees to appreciate UML modeling techniques
  • Understand how UML can be used to model requirements and their related scenarios

Attendees Will Learn

  • Principles of structural and behavioral modeling
  • Essential UML concepts, terminology and notation
  • The purpose and use of all UML diagrams
  • How UML diagrams are organized and the relationships between diagrams
  • How to use UML to model requirements and their related scenarios


  • An understanding of software or systems engineering

Who Should Attend

  • Those planning to use the UML or need to be able manage projects or staff using the UML

Attendees Receive

  • Copies of all course slides (bound and electronic)
  • Informational laminates which detail the UML diagrams and show how they are related
  • A copy of the book ‘UML for Systems Engineering’ by Dr. Jon Holt

Course Format

Much of the course involves presentation of key principles and concepts, explained through worked examples and discussion with attendees. Day two consists of a mixture of presentations and tutor-led group-based workshops.

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Course Outline

Day 1

  • Modeling
  • Introduction to the UML
  • Structural Modeling
  • Behavioral Modeling
  • The UML Diagrams
  • Structural Diagrams
  • Behavioral Diagrams

Day 2

  • Requirements Modeling with UML
  • Requirements Modeling Workshop
  • Scenario Modeling with UML
  • Scenario Modeling Workshop

Course Files

Course Data Sheet:
UML-102.pdf  [875 Kb]