This course introduces business analysis and covers the range of concepts, approaches, and techniques applicable to it.
According to the International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA) business analysis is the practice of enabling change in an organizational context, by defining needs and recommending solutions that deliver value to stakeholders.
The course is based on the BCS publication Business Analysis, 4th edition, and it is recommended to study this book before the exam.
This three-day BCS Foundation in Business Analysis course is relevant to anyone requiring an understanding of business analysis including Business Analysts, Business Managers, and their staff, Business Change Managers, and Project Managers.
CONTENT OF THE COURSE
This module explains the origins of business analysis, the scope of business analysis, and the role and responsibilities of a Business Analyst.
This module explains the three pillars of competencies of a Business Analyst: behavioral, domain knowledge, and techniques.
This module discusses what strategy is and how it can be developed. It also discusses the role of the Business Analyst in this process.
This module discusses problem-solving approaches that can be used during a business analysis assignment.
This module discusses investigation techniques with their advantages and disadvantages.
This module explains techniques for identifying, analyzing, and managing stakeholders.
This module teaches the principles of business process modeling and approaches to improve them.
This module focuses on how to perform a gap analysis and how the proposed changes refer to business architecture.
This module teaches how Business Analysts can approach the creation of a business and financial case for a recommended solution.
This module introduces the requirements engineering framework and explains each phase in detail.
This module focuses on how to document requirements throughout their life cycle. It also discusses basic models that can be used by Business Analysts.
This module focuses on how to manage requirements throughout their life cycle.
This module explains different life cycles used to deliver a solution.
This module focuses on the Business Analyst’s role in the business change life cycle.
At the end of the last training day, delegates will take an exam.
FORM OF THE EXAM
It is a one-hour ‘closed book’ exam with 40 multiple-choice questions. Candidates are entitled to an additional 15 minutes if the examination is in a language that is not their native/official language.
The pass mark is 65%: 26 correct answers out of 40.
Positive exam results will award delegates the EXIN BCS Foundation Certificate in Business Analysis.
The course costs € 1.895,00 (excluding 21% VAT) per person. This includes training materials and exam costs.
The exam costs € 250,00 (excluding 21% VAT) and is included in the price.
Delegates will receive a binder with slides and additional handouts. Additionally, delegates will receive the book “Business Analysis, 4th edition”.
Coffee/tea and lunch are included in the price of the training. If you have any dietary requirements due to food allergies, please don’t forget to mention them during your registration procedure.
REGISTRATION & PAYMENT
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This course is available in the open-schedule format on the following dates:
-4, 5, and 6 March 2024 in Amsterdam
-5, 6, and 7 June 2024 in Amsterdam or Utrecht
This course is also available in the in-company format. If you want to know more, call us at +31 6 38 33 01 33 or send us an email at email@example.com
If you doubt whether this course is suitable for your team/organization, do not hesitate to contact us. We can explain the details of different certification programs for business analysts and advise you on what can work for your team and your organization.
During the course, we have a variety of short exercises to encourage delegates to learn new concepts, to relate those concepts to their daily work, and to prepare them for the exam.
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