On this 5-day course, you will learn to use a structured,
disciplined approach that will enable you to perform the BA role
successfully. Get an understanding of the activities, knowledge,
tools and techniques required to be a great BA, covering
elicitation, analysis & design, documentation and validation.
Particular emphasis is placed on understanding the problem or
opportunity, ensuring that the resulting solution provides benefit
to the organisation by meeting defined goals and objectives.
Focus on the skills required of your role to identify and
analyse requirements using a number of elicitation techniques; to
ensure the consistency, completeness and accuracy of the
requirements using verification techniques; to identify potential
solutions and to make solution recommendations.
You will learn a structured approach to business analysis so
that you will understand the constituent parts of a business
system, how to perform the analysis activity and what types of
artefacts to use in order to engage our stakeholders.
You will also learn about use cases, user stories, process
modelling, logic tools, entity modelling and data normalisation as
the basis of modelling techniques used on the course.
Finally, you will plan and conduct an interview using the
elicitation skills that you have learnt and collate the results in
a format that is usable to team members in subsequent project
IIBA accredited: This course is
endorsed by the International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA)
and is aligned with the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge®
(BABOK®). This course will contribute 35 PDU's (Professional
Development Units) towards the IIBA certification requirements for
ECBA, CCBA, CBAP and CBATL. Please note the PDU requirements
may vary between certifications, please check the IIBA website for
full certification requirements.
PMI accredited: This course is accredited
with the Project Management Institute (PMI) and is aligned
with the PMI BA Practice Guide. This course will contribute
for 35 PDUs (Professional Development Units). The PMI®
course code is: BSA15092014X.