Introduction to Business Analysis Training
Today’s Business Analyst has taken a greater and more important role in the development of quality software development projects than ever before. With the advent of the International Institute of Business Analysis (the IIBA), the governing body for establishing Business Analysis skills, knowledge, competency and ethics, the tremendous value of the Business Analyst has been brought to light. As an IIBA Charter Endorsed Education Provider, LearnQuest has crafted a core curriculum of strategically aligned customizable courses designed to cover all of necessary skills for successful Business Analysis Training.
Today's Business Analyst training has taken a more important role in the advancement of quality software development projects than ever before. More than a requirements documenter, Business Analyst training requires and understanding and competence of in knowledge areas such as:
Requirements Engineering, Requirements Management, Requirements Development, Requirements Change Control, Requirements Traceability, Requirements Verification, and Validation
Business Processes and Business Process Management, Data Discovery, and Data Modeling
Business Process Automation, Process Improvement, and Process Re-Engineering
Risk Analysis, Planning and Software Development Methods, Processes and Techniques, Solution Testing Techniques and Methods, and Enterprise Analysis
LearnQuest's online Business Analyst training is founded on a core curriculum of strategically aligned customizable courses designed to cover all of the above necessary skills.
This Business Analysis course is designed to provide key fundamental concepts of Business Analysis. The course provides an initial foundation of knowledge which prepares the student for advanced Business Analysis topics. The course includes discussions of the who, what, how and why of the Business Analyst role and includes such critical skills as: effective Business Analyst communication methods, gathering, documenting, managing and transmitting requirements, the unified process, work products, use cases in a nutshell, UML modeling of use cases, activity diagrams and risk mitigation.
Those individuals who desire to participate in a software development project as a Business Analyst or wish to begin the first steps towards preparation for the Business Analyst certification should take this course. This course is designed to be 50% to 75% exercises and discussions depending on the needs and experience of the class participants, and on the number of class days being taught.
This course aligns with the v2.0 BABOK® Guide. This course is endorsed by the IIBA® and offers 19.5 CDU credits.