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BE-09 - Introduction to UML and SysML

'I finally understand how to write Use Cases and how to use them. '

- BAE Systems

Introduction to UML and SysML

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Reference: BE-09
Duration: 1 Day(s)


The Unified Modeling Language (UML) and Systems Modeling Language (SysML) are the OMG standards for supporting software and systems engineering. The UML 2.0 specification adds richer notation to the 1.x specification with additions to the existing diagrams and the introduction of new ones. SysML also provides a number of new diagrams, and elements to UML which address the needs of expressing the structure, data and performance characteristics of systems.

This course introduces delegates to the notation and diagrams used to express structural and behavioural views of a system during requirements expression, OO analysis and design, implementation, test and deployment.

The standard notation is covered, with many of the concepts presented as simple analogies and reinforced with short exercises. This course is recommended for those who want to demystify this subject and truly ‘get to grips’ with fundamental concepts.


  • An Introduction to UML 2.0
  • An Introduction to SysML
  • Block Definition Diagrams
  • Internal Block Diagrams
  • Requirement Diagrams
  • Use Case Diagrams
  • Sequence Diagrams
  • State Machine Diagrams
  • Activity Diagrams
  • Parametric Diagrams
  • Package Diagrams

Who should attend

Engineers and project managers who wish to gain an overview of the UML and SysML notation.


No previous modelling experience is required however exposure to software or systems engineering is recommended.
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