3 days - Fact Based Modeling


The course is intended for beginners and advanced data modelers, business analysts, and technical engineers who wish to learn how to model business information or improve and expand their skill set to include fact-oriented modeling.


In this three-day course, you'll learn how to communicate with the domain experts in your organization to capture business knowledge in a precise and solid manner with Fact Oriented Modeling, and to generate artifacts to be used as system development specifications. After the course, you can:

  • Explain the background and reasons for fact-oriented modeling.
  • Verbalize knowledge in natural language with concrete examples.
  • Add business rules and constraints to the information model.
  • Create super- and subtypes as a business taxonomy.
  • Perform information model transformations and generate artifacts.
  • Organize and govern information models using metadata and a business glossary.
  • Recognize the intricate relations between language, models, and artifacts.


The trainers have at least two decades of experience in working with FCO-IM and have given many trainings on the subject. They’ve worked in many organizations as consultant, architect, information modeler, and presented at numerous conferences about Fact Oriented Modeling.

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