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MODULAR COURSES

Enterprise Analysis and Domain Modeling
Business Analysis enables businesses to do business better. This course is a high-level appreciation of the Business Analysis discipline. It explains how business analysis practices enables change in the overall organizational context, through the definition of needs and recommending solutions that deliver value to stakeholders. The set of tasks and techniques that are used to perform business analysis discussed in this course are defined in A Guide to the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge® (BABOK® Guide). In this course, participants will learn how to build real-world models that express complex business requirements to be used as inputs in defining solutions requirements (both functional and non-functional requirements).  This course will cover how Business Analysis methods, tools, and techniques are being used in the creation or maintenance of Enterprise Architecture. Course Outline  Register Now!
Pre-requisite Duration (in Days)
None  2

 

Agile Methods in Solutions Development
Collaboration, openness, dynamic response to change, value-driven development, and team empowerment are recurring themes in agile solutions development. The course aims to equip business analysts, project managers, developers and test professionals with the mindset and skills necessary to apply agile methods in solutions development and testing. Owing to its widespread use and proven effectiveness, the framework for discussing Agile Methods shall be the SCRUM methodology. This course also covers the concepts, practices and implementation of agile software testing. After knowing the standard artifacts needed in testing software projects, participants will learn how to strategize, plan, design and execute tests in short development iterations. Coures Outline  Register Now!
Pre-requisite Duration (in Days)
None  2

 

Documenting and Managing Requirements
This course provides practical skills necessary to document, model, analyze and manage user-driven requirements. Participants will have a better understanding on how to represent “what the system shall do” and how to communicate better with business experts, systems analysts, designers and developers. In depth practice of use cases will be discussed. Participants will learn how to identify and translate business goals and needs into system features, and use them to derive both functional and non-functional system requirements. Course Outline  Register Now!
Pre-requisite Duration (in Days)
None  2

 

Elicitation Techniques
Eliciting requirements is a key task in business analysis. Elicitation is about bringing out or drawing forth something latent or potential. This course covers the processes in requirements elicitation and how the various techniques in elicitation are put to practical use. This course discusses the appropriate usage of a certain elicitation technique. Role playing and putting into live scenario are the methods employed in this course to effectively learn the techniques. Course Outline  Register Now!
Pre-requisite Duration (in Days)
None  2

 

Enterprise Architectural Design (Introduction to TOGAF 9.1)
This course will provide an overview about Enterprise Architecture, which has the following benefits and value:

  • You will get an extensive overview about Enterprise Architecture from the business and technology perspective and how it supports the business strategy and finally ensures the success of your organization.
  • You will know the composition of Enterprise Architecture, thereby preventing you from designing layers of architecture in silos.
  • You avoid expensive and wasteful ad hoc system architecture investments.
  • You reduce the risk of failure.

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Pre-requisite Duration (in Days)
None  2

 

Methods in Solutions Analysis and Design
This course discusses various methods in systems analysis and design covering both structured and object-oriented. It covers how Object Oriented Analysis and Design uses the Unified Modeling Language. The course includes the application of design patterns and how it can be used to optimize system design. Course Outline  Register Now!
Pre-requisite Duration (in Days)
None  2

 

BA-011: Performance Metrics in Business Analysis
This course is designed to demonstrate how to measure performance and outputs of the business analysis processes and the role that is involved in it – the Business Analyst. This course discusses methods and tools to elicit, analyze and interpret metrics in the business analysis processes and related process areas including project and performance metrics. Course Outline  Register Now!
Pre-requisite Duration (in Days)
None  2

 

Solution Assessment and Validation
This course presents the building blocks of assessing solutions both for process improvement and IT-enabled solutions. This course is designed in two parts, i.e., assessing business value of a solution based on monetary returns and assessing the effectiveness of a software/system solution.The first part of the course covers quantifying success of a solution into monetary terms. It shall include the savings declaration of projects and the measuring techniques to quantify improvement value. This is suitable for organizations who run kaizen, reengineering, software development, lean or six sigma projects.

The second part of the course discusses the processes and deliverables of user testing. As business analyst, one of the primary responsibilities is to aid the customers in their acceptance testing prior to system/software acceptance or sign-off.

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Pre-requisite Duration (in Days)
None  2

 

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