Business Analyst Training
IQ Technologies is a leading Online Training provider with a vast series of IT courses and a curriculum that is designed to detail with a focus on industry needs and expectations. The Business Analyst course at IQ online is designed from a certification and job perspective, focusing on developing the core skills and implementing them in a real-time environment. The Course content is delivered through online medium and can be customized as per the learner’s requirement, pace and availability. Have a quick glance at the course summary below for more details.
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|Course Name||Business Analyst Online Training|
|Contents||Fundamentals of Business Analyst|
|Duration||48 Hours with Flexible timings|
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|Ideal For||Freshers, aspirants seeking to learn Business Analysis Essentials|
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What you’ll learn in Business Analyst Training Course?
- Covers in detail the Real-time Business Analyst Roles and responsibilities
- Delivers through experiential learning with rigorous practice
- Focuses on the concept of “Role of Modeling “ in analyzing options while solving varied solutions
- Provides complete knowledge on the step-by-step implementation process of BA Project Life Cycle
- Covers in detail the topic of Enterprise Analysis
- Includes new practices and developments from the industry
- Prepares you with competencies required to build and apply the best practices of Business Analysis
CORE BENEFITS OF LEARNING BUSINESS ANALYSIS
Business Analysis is a process of enabling change in an organization’s business context by defining requirements and probable solutions that deliver value-add to key stakeholders involved within the ecosystem. Business Analysts play a vital role in bridging the gap between Tech Specialists and the process owners of different business units. Every business goal is defined with requirements, analyzed for suitable solutions and then developed, implemented and documented. Business analysts also play a vital role as facilitators of Change management. The role of business analysts is high-in demand job with good growth opportunities.
Business Analysis is a course of action to discover, gather, assess and document the customer business needs modeled through various tools and presented in the best considerable approach to the technical specialists for initiating the project development life cycle. This course focuses on the various processes and methodologies for achieving the same.
COURSE CONTENTS :
Module 1:- Introduction to BA and Fundamental Concepts
Topics: Overview, Business Analyst-Who, What, Why?, BA-Qualities, Skills, Roles, Responsibilities, Fundamentals of Business Analysis, Hierarchical structure of IT Term, IIBA, BABOK, CBAP, CCBA Overview, Overview of CMMI, Project Stakeholder, Types of Stakeholder, Software Project and Types of Software Project, Software Contract and Types of Software Contract.
Module 2:- Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC)
Topics: Introduction, What is SDLC, What is the need of SDLC in BA, Phases of SDLC, SDLC Methods, Prerequisites and Activities of SDLC, Software Maintenance Life Cycle Model, Software Testing Life Cycle Model.
Module 3:- Requirement Engineering
Topics: Need of good requirements, Why projects fail?, Importance of Requirement-Statistics, What is Requirements Engineering, What is the Role of BA in Requirement Engineering.
Module 4:- Requirements
Topics: What are requirements, Characteristics of Requirement, Types of Requirements, Business Requirements, User Requirements, System Requirements, What are Functional and Non-Functional Requirements, Implementation Requirement and UI Requirement.
Module 5:- Requirements Process Flow and Requirements Framework
Topics: Initial Exploration, Form Business Requirements, Provide Solutions to Satisfy Business Requirements, Create Functional Specifications/ Use Cases, How to Validate Requirements with Customer, Form SRS and Seek Approval, Requirements Framework.
Module 6:- Requirements Elicitation
Topics: Introduction, Sources of Requirements Elicitation, Skills for Requirement Elicitation, Stakeholder Identification, Surveys, and Questionnaire, Interviewing and Focus Group Interview, Brainstorming and Reverse Engineering, Prototyping, and Wireframes, What is Joint Application Development, Observation and Task Analysis, Domain Analysis and Persona, Challenges in Requirement Elicitation.
Module 7:- Requirements Analysis
Topics: Classifying and Polarizing Requirements, Fish Bone Diagram and concept of Casual Effect, Pareto’s Diagram and a rule of 80:20, Moscow Prioritization, Kano Analysis, Requirements Allocation, and Validation, Requirements Pre-review and Review, Requirements Walkthrough and Sign Off.
Module 8:- Requirements Specification
Topics: How to Write Business Requirement Document, Writing of Software Requirements Specifications, Software Requirements Specification Introduction, Understanding SRS Syntax with IEEE Standards, What are Use Case and Use Case Narrative, What is the relationship between use cases, How to write use cases, Use Case Narrative Flows, Class and Activity Diagram, E-R Model and Sequence Diagram, State Diagram, Collaboration Diagram.
Module 9:- Requirement Engineering Project with Cases – Phase 1
Topics: Business Process of Existing System, GAP Analysis-PIECES Framework, Domain Properties and Stakeholders, Feasibility Study, Evaluation of Alternatives using Cost-Benefit Analysis.
Module 10:- Requirement Engineering Project with Cases – Phase 2
Topics: Use Case Description and Use Case Diagram, Activity Diagram, Definition of Use case and Case Narrative, Relationship between use cases, How to write Use cases, Use case Narrative Flows, Pre-condition, Post-condition, Exception handling, and Triggers.
Module 11:- Requirement Engineering Project with Cases – Phase 3
Topics: Sequence Diagram, Class Diagram, Software Requirement Specification.
Module 12:- Requirements Management
Topics: IRTM, IRTM Requirements Traceability Matrix, Requirements Change Management, Requirements Risk Management, Impact Analysis.
Module 13:- Scope Management and Risk Management
Topics: Different Dimensions of Scope, How to Maintaining Scope at Different Stages of the Project, Product Scope and Project Scope, What are the issues in scope management, Measurement of scope and metrics, What is Risk Management, Steps in risk management, Risk Identification, Risk Analysis and Prioritization, Risk Response, How to Monitor and Control Risk, Risk management Documents.
Module 14:- Estimation Management
Topics: Introduction to Estimation, What is Estimation, Importance of Estimation, Overview of Estimation Process, Problems with Estimations and Estimation Techniques.
Module 15:- Customer Expectation Management
Topics: Introduction to CEM, Importance of CEM, Difference between Traditional and Modern view, How to manage Expectations by understanding a Customer, Issues in Customer Expectation Management, How to Handle Difficult Situations, CEM Life Cycle.
Module 16:- Quality Process Awareness
Topics: Quality Management System, Concept of Quality, Metrics, and Measurements, Defect Preventions, Defect Analysis tools and Techniques.
Module 17:- Business Communication Management
Topics: Overview, What is Communication, Introduction, Email Communication, Teleconference and Meetings, Assertiveness and Scenarios.
Module 18:- Requirement Process, Planning & Management
Topics: Understanding IT Project Hierarchy, Project Character and Requirements Process, RACI Matrix and Requirements Planning, Work efforts & Estimations, Managing Requirements, BA’s plan to feed into the project plan.
Module 19:- Prototyping
Topics: What is Prototyping, Definition, Importance of Prototyping, Types of Prototyping, Prototyping as Methodology, User Interface Prototyping, Advantages and disadvantages of Prototyping.
Module 20:- BA Deliverables – Documentation and Templates
Topics: What is Business Requirement Document, Use Case Document (USD), Software Requirement Specification Document (SRS), Change Request Process Document, Functional Requirement Specification (FSD), Business Process Questionnaire Document, Project Requirement Management and development process document, Scope Management document, Requirement Traceability Matrix document.
Module 21:- UML Diagram
Topics: Use Case Diagram and Class Diagram, Sequence Diagram and Collaboration Diagram, Activity Diagram and State Diagram.
Module 22:- Business Analysis Tools
Topics: Rational Requirements Pro, Microsoft Visio-UML Tool, Team Foundation Server, JIRA-Agile Tool, SVN-Configuration Management Tool, Axure-Prototype Tool.
Module 23:- Agile Methodologies
Topics: The Product Backlog Creation, High-level Project and Process Plan, Sprint Planning Meeting, The Sprint and Daily Scrum Meetings, Sprint Review Meeting, Sprint Retrospective, Next Sprint and Repeat, Post-Sprint Functional Testing by PO, Pre-release Testing prior to Release to Customer, Release to Customer.
Module 24:- Business Analysis Process
Topics: Requirement Development Process-For new Development Project, Requirement Management Process-For Maintenance Project, Change Request Process.
Module 25:- Software Project Management
Topics: Definition, What is Project Management, Project Management Phases, Project Management Knowledge Areas, Project management Tools.
Module 26:-BABOK Structure – CBAP Certification Knowledge Areas
Topics: Overview, Introduction to BABOK, BABOK knowledge areas, Business Analysis Planning, Enterprise Analysis, Requirement Elicitation, Requirement Analysis, Solution Assessment and Validation, Requirement Management and Communication.
Module 27:- Business Analysis Perspectives
Topics: Agile Perspectives, Business Intelligence Perspectives, IT perspectives, Business Architecture Perspectives, Business Process Management Perspectives.
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