BUSINESS ANALYSIS HANDS-ON TRAINING

Duration & Study Mode:
Full time, Part time, Evening & Weekends, Virtual online

Duration & Study Mode: 5 Days training & 6 months access

BUSINESS ANALYSIS HANDS-ON TRAINING

Course Overview

Duration & Study Mode:
Full time, Part time, Evening & Weekends, Virtual online

Duration: 5 Days training & 6 months access Including hands-on project training

This is an intensive training designed to provide students with a basic understanding of the benefits, functions and impact a business analyst has within an organization. The course discusses the business analysis process as it is applied throughout a project as well as the pre-project activities that comprise strategy analysis. Students learn how a business analyst supports the project throughout the solution development life cycle, from defining business needs and solution scope to validating that requirements have been met in the testing phase and ensuring the solution continues to provide value after implementation.

COURSE OUTLINE

1 – INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS ANALYSIS
  • Business analysis defined
  • The activities that comprise business analysis
  • IIBA/PMI and the goals of a professional association
  • IIBA’s BABOK® Guide and PMI’s Practice Guide in Business Analysis
  • Exercise: Requirements challenges
2 – THE IIBA™ AND THE ROLE OF THE BUSINESS ANALYST
  • Business analyst defined
  • BA role vs. PM role
  • Importance of communication/collaboration
  • The deliverables produced as part of business analysis
  • The BA career path
  • Exercise: Review case Study
3 – STRATEGY ANALYSIS AND CHANGE
  • The definition of Strategy Analysis
  • Components of Strategy Analysis
  • Identifying stakeholders and business needs
  • Exercises: Business Need development and RACI Stakeholder Identification
4 – UNDERSTANDING AND DEFINING SOLUTION SCOPE
  • Defining Solution Scope
  • Project scope vs. product scope
  • Defining a problem statement
  • Techniques for defining scope
  • Exercises: Conduct a brainwriting session and create a context diagram
  • Optional exercise: Create a Use Case Diagram
5 – UNDERSTANDING REQUIREMENTS
  • Define the term requirement
  • Understand requirement types
  • Present the requirements process
  • Requirements vs. specifications and business rules
  • Exercise: Identify Requirements
6 – PLANNING & ELICITING REQUIREMENTS
  • The Requirements Work Plan (RWP)
  • Components of the RWP
  • Identifying good questions for elicitation
  • Active listening
  • Categories and types of elicitation techniques
  • Exercise: Planning for elicitation
7 – ANALZYING & DOCUMENTING REQUIREMENTS
  • Understanding requirements analysis
  • The Business Requirements Document (BRD)
  • The BRD vs. the functional requirements specification
  • BRD components
  • The purpose of packaging requirements
  • Exercise: Analyzing Requirements
8 – ELICITATION & PROCESS MODELING
  • Why models are created
  • Objectives of modeling
  • What is process management
  • Understanding process modeling
  • Modeling using BPMN
  • AS-IS vs. TO-BE modeling
  • BPMN subclasses
  • BPMN simple structure
  • Prototyping
  • Business Process Modeling case study
  • Exercises: Modeling and create a Prototype of your application
9 – VERIFYING & VALIDATING REQUIREMENTS
  • The difference between validation and verification
  • Characteristics of good requirements
  • Risks associated with requirements
  • Types of testing approaches
  • Creating a test plan
  • Requirements traceability matrix
  • Verified and validated requirements
  • Exercise: Testing Requirements


What will you get:

  • Start learning by watching an instructor guide students step by step through each lesson while they teach techniques and share their tips & tricks along the way.
  • You don’t need any prior knowledge before starting the course
  • You will work with the instructor on a live training course on this course
  • Work on multiple hands-on projects with your instructor
  • Work on multiple assignments including an interview preparation (if required)
  • This course will also provide you free access to thousands of self-paced course here 
  • Access to our resource library
  • Join our community of business analysts
  • Work with your mentor until you feel confident.

In addition to these topics, we will also discuss how you can implement the techniques discussed into your work

JOBS YOU CAN GET

Business Analyst

Technical Business Analyst

Corporate Group Training

Individual Training

Why Choose Us?

Intensive Training

You will get up to 4 weeks of intensive training (5 days for Corporate training), to ensure you understand your subject area.

Real time project training

You will work with an industry lead instructoon real projects to ensure you get practical experience

Interview Training

If required you will have live training on getting your interview, allowing you the best chances to get a job.

Hands-on Training

We pride ourselves on providing the best hands-on approach to training. This will allow you to work with others to understand your subject area.

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