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How to Launch a rewarding career as a Business Analyst and Thrive (In-Class Instructor lead immersion program)
 
     
     
     
 
How to Launch a rewarding career as a Business Analyst and Thrive (In-Class Instructor lead immersion program)
BA-WS-1010      $4995
   BA Boor Camp

 

 
 
 
Business Analyst Boot Camp (In-Class Instructor lead immersion program)
 
This prgram will award a Certificate of Completion and 12 CEUs from SJSU (Optional-aditional fees $600 apply)
 

Business Analyst (also have titles like Systems Analyst, Product Analyst, Process Analyst, etc,.) is an important stakeholder for all enterprise initiatives. BA acts as a liaison between business personnel (who may have a business problem to address, an opportunity to grab or a regulation to comply with), and solution providers (Service Providers, Technologist, Consultants, SMEs) who know how to create solutions. Business Analysts are indispensible for delivering successful projects and work hand-in-hand with Project Managers in delivering acceptable project outcome. In this important role a Business Analyst assumes responsibility to gather, elicit, analyze, process, and document requirements, leading to the most appropriate and cost effective business solutions, in a format that is useful to the enterprise stakeholders and the solution providers. Business Analyst acts as a facilitator within an organization, acting as a bridge between the client, stakeholders and the solution groups.

Business Analyst typically owns the responsibility for the complete requirements lifecycle (development, elicitation, analysis, verification, validation and management) for all business, organizational, operational and transitional requirements. Solutions are not dictated by the Business Analyst, but emerge, driven solely by the underlying requirements. Such solutions often include a systems development and implementation components, but may also consist of process improvement or organizational change.

Business Analysts have to be good communicators, and should be familiar with data capture, data synthesis and visual presentation techniques. BAs are expected to possess some level of Data and Process Modeling skills and perform analysis for accurately depicting project scope. They should be familiar with modeling techniques needed for creating the Logical Data Models and Entity Relationship Diagrams, Context Diagrams, Use Cases, Sequence Diagrams, State Diagrams, and Data Flow Diagrams.

Business Analysts typically extend their services beyond providing solutions for business problems… they dictate the focus areas requiring Quality Assurance and help create high level test plans. They work with clients, end users and Quality Assurance/Control teams to achieve the desired outcome.

About Our Bootcamp

Our program is designed to provide comprehensive skill set to all participants for a successful career launch (and survival) as a Business Analyst. Continual emphasis will be on building leadership skills and competencies to succeed as a change agent central to any key initiative. This program is highly interactive, practical, and intensive. Participants will work in teams and immediately put in practice what they learn. Class work involves case studies close to the real world. Daily assignments and home work are expected.

Our instructors are highly qualified, with rich industry experience, dedicated to deliver their best to the aspiring individuals to help them prepare for a better and growth oriented career opportunities.


Takeaways

Understanding the requirements management process. Identifying and gathering requirements critical to the business objectives and goals. Lead the project team to consensus on project scope. Practicing most appropriate elicitation technique(s) involving business stakeholders.

Writing skills for successful scoping, requirements and solutions documents. Practical exercises in writing problem statements, business objectives, high-level requirements, non-functional requirements, and transitional requirements. Writing and critiquing requirements using standard techniques such as UML diagrams, Data and Process Models and Use Cases.

Writing compelling Business Cases incorporating ROI and Cost-Benefit analysis, Trend Analysis and Regression models, Risk Analysis, Make-or-Buy decisions, and others tools for informed decision making

Verifying requirement for accuracy and appropriateness, documenting, categorizing, and packaging requirements. Conducting successful requirement review sessions with stakeholders. Tracing requirements back to source and linking to solutions

Identifying the project risks and deciding the areas to focus on for testing. Verifying that requirements for testability and generating testing objectives. Determining the techniques, user acceptance test scenarios and resources to use. Writing User Acceptance Test Scenarios and executing User Acceptance Testing. Defect Reporting and Defect Tracking


Agenda

   *See attached PDF Brochure
   
   
   
   
 
PDUs: N/A
 
Duration: 120 Hours

Investment 4995**This Training is approved and on ETPL ask your NOVA or Work2Future counsellor for enrollment or call or send email

Requirements:
 None
Prerequisites:
 None
Delivery Methods: In Class room
 

Who Should Attend:

  • Anyone looking for a career as a Business Analyst (Product Analyst, Process Analyst, Product Manager, Process Manager, Systems Analyst, Business Process Modeler, Business Architect, Solution Architect, . . . . . .)
  • Business Analysts in the job market without any clue of what is expected of them.
  • Practicing Business Analysts willing to learn the tricks of the trade and polish their BA skills
  • Project Managers willing to learn complementary skills of Business Analysis
  • Systems Integrators looking for industry acceptable skills and competencies in Business Analysis
  • Engineers and technologists looking for opportunities for a career change as product strategists.
  • All Consultants and entrepreneurs with an open mind
 
 
 
         
 
 
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