A competent, results oriented Business Analyst with 2-3 years’ experience can demonstrate their ability to apply knowledge and skills in small, less complex projects, with little to no guidance. By recommending a potential course of action, making minor modifications to guidelines as deemed appropriate and pragmatic, a competent Business Analyst can demonstrate to customers and peers the use of industry standards.
With a focus on application of tasks, activities and techniques, our Business Analysis in Practice Course – Level 2 CCBA® Certification, provides practitioners with an in-depth opportunity to develop solution requirements that encompass organisational and environment factors such as business processes, systems and organisational culture.
By delivering solutions that are aligned with organisational strategy that can be traced directly and unambiguously to requirements participants will learn to provide essential support during the adoption of organisational change.
Aside from possessing the required technical skills, a truly successful Business Analyst will also possess a range of interpersonal skills that allow them to manage difficult stakeholders and situations. Key skills for success include analytical and critical thinking, superior communication, leadership, negotiation, facilitation and conflict resolution.
This Business Analysis course has been designed with all of the above in mind. With the best practice principles of A Guide to the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge® (BABOK® Guide) V3.0 knowledge areas and processes as its foundation. This course builds upon participants’ existing skills and knowledge by way of a guided tour through a series of rigorous and real-life scenarios, problems and issues faced by Business Analysts today.
This course provides participants with a standardised and systematic approach for eliciting, analysing and managing business requirements that form the basis for successful solutions delivered to the organisation.
It uses a real life case study approach in order to plan, manage and execute a detailed requirements development process, to successfully manage stakeholders, and to reduce organisational risk by understanding the impact of change across the business.
For the purposes of certification preparation the emphasis of this course will be on the following topical areas; Elicitation & Collaboration, Requirements Lifecycle Management and Requirements Analysis and Design Definition.