Today’s business and technology worlds rely heavily on the expertise of the Business Analyst. Our role based ‘Business Analyst’ program is very popular as it is structured to meet the growing demand of ‘Business Analysts’ in various domains. In this course, the candidate will learn the skills, approaches, and techniques needed to have a flourishing career as a Business Analyst. This course aims to provide candidates with solid practical experience complemented with the theoretical knowledge needed to be a good Business Analyst in various domains like banking, healthcare, finance, product. The course has been developed for real-world scenarios with in-depth explanations. IIBACBAP/CCBA certification guidance is also provided after the course completion.
To help you explore the competitive advantage of ‘Business Analysis’ , in this program we will help you learn and understand :
1. What is Business Analysis ?
2. Business Analysis for IT Projects
3. Role and Responsibility of a Business Analyst
4. Who can be a Business Analyst ?
5. Automation of Business Processes and Complete Soft Ware Development Life cycle.
Business Analyst in an IT Project:
The business analyst (BA) plays an important role as liaison between business stakeholders and the technical team (software developers, technical architects, quality assurance, vendors, etc.) ensuring that business needs are reflected and met in the software solution delivered.
The business analyst works with stakeholders to define their business needs and extract the requirements for the solution to be delivered. The Business analyst gathers the required conditions and capabilities of the business, and documents them for the team who will design and deliver the solution.
There are five key elements to business analysis:
1. Investigating business situations – applying a range of techniques to understand the client requirements, to work on the solution for the business process/uncover the root causes of problems if any and identify key issues.
2. Analyzing business needs – understanding the business stakeholders and their views, building a common vision of the desired business system, and identifying the required actions for change.
3. Evaluating options – identifying the options for change in the business process and working with other professionals to define the financial and business impacts for each option.
4. Defining requirements – modelling and documenting the business and system requirements.
5. Managing benefits – supporting the project sponsor and project manager throughout the complete software development lifecycle (SDLC).
Who should attend this Training?
Fresh Graduates who want to start a growth-oriented career in Information Technology Industry projects.
Candidates working in a different industry for example Retail, Hospitality, Airlines, small business owners, and more who want to bring change to their career path for a long-term rewarding career.
Candidates working in IT projects as software developers, Technical architects, Quality analysts, system analysts, etc.
Post Training Preparation & Placement Assistances
Training and coaching on ‘Basic Skills’ necessary to work in a project.
Theoretical assignment to evaluate and help understand the concept of ‘Business analysis’ in an IT project.
Practical assignment based on day-to-day job responsibility of a ‘Business analyst’.
Q & A session.
One-on-one sessions with career councilor
Guidance on creating a powerful Resume.
Mock interviews to prepare for the job.
Help and guidance with the submission of the resume to prospective clients.
The course covers the key topics in line with the international institute of business analysis (IIBA) Certification. The comprehensive learning process helps candidates jumpstart their career as a business analyst in an IT project, at the end of the training program, the candidate is provided ‘certificate of completion’.
Complete guidance is also provided to the candidate who wants to pursue a certificate of CBAP (Certified business analysis professional) or CCBA (Certificate of competency in business analysis) to validate their knowledge and skills necessary to be an effective and successful business analyst.