The business analysis is pivotal in defining the requirements of a project at its earliest stages, as well as during the stages of planning, defining and scope validation. This course provides an understanding of the ways in which a business analyst drives the knowledge of developing business situations and supports the project; from establishing scope in the analysis phase to ensuring the requirements have been met in the testing phase. You will come away from this course with the knowledge of why and when to involve the business analyst and a working vocabulary that will enable you to communicate effectively.
The business analysis classroom course is structured with the goal of providing participants exactly what they need to pass the CBAP (Certified Business Analysis Professional exam). Certified Business Analysis Professional™ (CBAP®) is a business analysis certification provided by International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA)®. A CBAP® recipient is an elite member of the business analysis community, and a recognized expert in identifying the business needs of an organization in order to determine business solutions. More and more companies are recognizing the CBAP® designation and the value and expertise these professionals bring to their organizations. Visit iiba.org for more information about IIBA® and the CBAP® credential.
Coursework is focused on the key topics and knowledge areas required for success on the exam. Our study strategy will increase comprehension and retention of key elements, while also providing students with practical information that can be applied immediately to the project work environment.
Who should attend this Program
- Business Analysts
- Software Analysts
- Functional Analysts
- Market Analysts
- Projects Managers
- Software Architects
- Senior Programmers
- Transtion Analysts
- Transition Managers
- Transition Leads
Business Analysis Classroom Course Outline (Based on BABOK® Guide)
- Introduction to Business Analysis
- Business Analysis Planning and Monitoring
- Requirements Management and Communication
- Enterprise Analysis
- Requirements Analysis
- Solution Assessment and Validation