The Introduction to Business Analysis course can be delivered as either 'live online' and 'in-person'.
This 1-day course provides a pragmatic introduction to key business analysis concepts and the business analyst role. It includes a number of hands-on exercises to apply what you learn. It is targeted at those who are new to Business Analyst roles or considering moving into this profession. The course is also highly suitable to subject matter experts, business representatives, and project roles that involve business analysis activities.
Business analysis is a broad and exciting profession and skill set. Your role is to understand businesses, their needs and their problems and then help assess and validate solutions to fulfil these needs or solve these problems. In the process you will be involved in a wide range of activities including analysis, requirements management, communication, solution assessment and validation, and planning.
The ‘Introduction to Business Analysis’ course is delivered by seasoned business analysis practitioner consultants who undertake business analysis activities on a daily basis.
For groups of 5 or more, contact email@example.com to discuss hosting a private course in-house at your place.
The Business Analyst Role
Skills and Tools
Following the completion of this course, students will be able to:
This course is endorsed by the International Institute of Business Analysis and aligns to the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge®. This course contributes 6.5 Professional Development Hours (PD Hours) towards Qualifying for your IIBA® certification and 6.5 Continuing Development Units (CDUs) towards your recertification for either the CCBATM or CBAP® designation - use the IIBA® course code E031-010.
There are no prerequisites for this course.
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