BUSINESS ANALYSIS – JOB PROGRAM

‘Business Analysis – Job Program’ gives an overview of the role of the Business Analyst and an introduction to the tools and techniques used to get familiar with the complete business analysis training process in order to facilitate change within an organization. It provides an introduction to the role of the Business Analyst in a project environment. It justifies and positions the role of the Business Analyst through the whole of the project life cycle. It assumes little or no knowledge of project work and business analysis but introduces important practical skills especially in terms of writing functional and non-functional requirements. After enrolling in this course there will be great opportunities for you in BA Jobs as the market demands.

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COURSE OVERVIEW

Business Analysis Training

Business Analysis –  Job Program gives an overview of the role of the Business Analyst and an introduction to the tools and techniques used to be familiarized with the complete Business Analysis  Training process in order to facilitate change within an organization. It provides an introduction to the role of the Business Analyst in a project environment. It justifies and positions the role of Business Analyst Jobs through the whole of the project life cycle. It assumes little or no knowledge of project work and BA Training but introduces important practical skills especially in terms of writing functional and non-functional requirements.

During this program, you will learn:

  • Delve into the role and responsibilities of the Business Analyst (BA) – the communication link between all business areas and a critical player in project success.
  • Learn techniques for ensuring project success every step of the way-from identifying and analyzing potential projects to making sure that the final project product meets the requirements you identified.
  • Learn to define the scope of work and master requirements-gathering techniques that will work for a variety of projects and audiences through our hands-on exercises.
  • 100% job oriented course contents which will lead you to get and survive in job easily and quickly
  • Consider the unique needs of customers, stakeholders, and the IT department as you work toward building, documenting, communicating, and managing requirements.

WHAT YOU’LL LEARN

Course Duration : 38 Hours
  • Business Analysis Introduction
  • Who is a Business Analyst?
  • Why Become a Business Analyst?
  • Role and Core Competencies of a Business Analyst
  • What is Project and Why Project Initiates
  • Constraints of IT Projects
  • Pre-Project Activities
  • End to End Process Flow of IT Projects
  • System/Software Development Life Cycle
  • SDLC: Waterfall v/s Agile
  • Business Analysis Milestones in SDLC
  • Business Analysis Impediments
Hands-On Practice: Business Analysis-First Step Towards Job
  • Business Analysis Job Market
  • Current opportunities
  • Industry Expectations
  • What to Expect in Business Analysis Interview
  • Know Yourself in 30 Second Elevator Speech!
  • IT Project Success & Failures
  • Developing a Work Breakdown Structure in SDLC
  • Stakeholders Identification and Success Criteria
  • Project Documents Review:-Business Case, Project Charter, Stakeholder Analysis Document, RACI Matrix, BRD, USE Cases, Wireframes, Mockup’s, SRS, Test Plan, Test Strategy, Test Cases, UAT Plan, Lesson Learned Document,  Project Completion Report
  • Importance of Release Planning
  • Difference Between Weekly, Monthly and Emergency Releases
  • Environments: Development, QA, UAT, PILOT & LIVE
  • End to End Process Flow of Various Environments
  • Coordination with Infrastructure/Deployment Team
Hands-On Practice: Business Analyst Involvement in Design and Development
  • Critical Thinking Scenarios for Business Analyst Role
  • Mapping of Critical Thinking Scenarios to Business Analysis Role
  • 3 Phases of Professional Delivery in Business Analyst Interview
  • Mock Interview Session
  • How Business Analysis Process is Different in the Agile Model?
  • What is Agile Development Model?
  • The Agile Manifesto and Guiding Principles
  • The Role of Business Analyst in Agile Projects
  • Mapping Business Analysis Techniques to Agile
  • Forming the Agile Team Structure
  • User Stories: Story Decomposition, Story Elaboration, Story Acceptance Criteria
  • Meetings: Sprint Planning, Backlog Grooming, Sprint Review, Demo, Retrospective
  • Introduction to JIRA
  • Why Business Analysts use JIRA
Hands-On Practice: Agile SCRUM Role Play Session and JIRA Tool
  • Installation of JIRA
  • Creating Product Backlog: EPIC, User Stories, Tasks, Bug
  • Opening/Closing Sprint
  • Story Writing on JIRA with “Given, Then, When” Technique
  • Defining Acceptance Criteria in User Stories
  • Story Estimations with Poker Planning
  • Link bugs to User Stories/EPIC
  • Create Story Clones and Log Work
  • Role Play Session for Stand Up Meetings, Sprint Planning, Retrospective, and Demo
  • Understand Project Objective
  • Build understanding of Business Requirements
  • Decompose Business Requirements into Functional and Non Functional Requirements
  • Plan Business Analysis Approach
  • Plan Stakeholder Engagement
  • Plan Business Analysis Governance
  • Plan Business Analysis Information Management
  • Identify Business Plan Business Analysis Performance Improvements
Hands-On Practice: – Project Documentation Development and Review
  • Build Project Team Structure
  • Plan Business Analysis Documents to be Prepared
  • Develop a Business Requirements Document (BRD)
  • Develop Use Cases and Use Case Diagrams
  • Develop a Functional Requirement Document (FRD)
  • Develop System/Software Requirement Specification Document (SRS)
  • Develop Mock Up’s for GUI Requirements
  • Review and Improve Business Requirements Document (BRD)
  • Analyze and Update System/Software Requirement Specification Document (SRS)
  • Assessment of Use Cases and Use Case Diagrams
  • Evaluate Mock Up’s for GUI Requirements
  • Formal Sign-off on Documents Approval
Hands-On Practice: Walk-through Session and Role Play
  • Develop Meeting Minutes
  • Evaluate Individuals Work and Role Play
  • Business Analysts Performance Evaluation
  • Mock Interview Session
  • Mock Exam-1 in Class
  • Prepare for Requirement Workshop
  • Project Documents Delivery to IT Stakeholders
  • Conduct Meeting Minutes
  • Constructive Feedback from IT Stakeholders
  • Setting Right Expectation with QA Group
Hands-On Practice: Assessment and Update Project Documents
  • Assess Requirement Changes
  • Update Project Documents
  • Communicate Business Analysis Information to IT Stakeholders
  • Confirm Approvals
  • Interview Preparation
  • Business Analysis Planning and Monitoring
  • Elicitation and Collaboration
  • Requirements Life Cycle Management
  • Strategy Analysis
  • Requirements Analysis and Design Definition
  • Solution Evaluation
Hands-On Practice: Individual Mock Interviews
  • Resume Preparation Workshop
  • Interview Preparation Workshop
  • Introduction to Database and RDBMS
  • DML Commands (Insert, Select, Update, Delete)
  • DDL Commands (Create, Use, Alter, Drop)
  • Other DB Utilities Toad, SQL Navigator, etc.
  • Role of a Business Analyst in the Testing Phase
  • Importance of UAT (User Acceptance Testing)
  • User Acceptance Testing and Evaluation Definition Techniques
  • Prepare Master Test Scenarios for UAT
Hands-On Practice: Collaboration with QA Group (HP-ALM)
  • Evaluate QA Documents: Test Plan, Test Strategy and Test Cases
  • Create a Traceability Matrix
  • Understand Core Concepts of HP-ALM
  • Business Analyst Role in using HP-ALM
  • Test Results Mapping to Requirements in HP-ALM
  • Final Sign off on QA Deliverables
  • Analytical Thinking and Problem Solving
  • Behavioral Characteristics
  • Business Knowledge
  • Communication Skills
  • Interaction Skills
Hands-On Practice: Job Market Workshop
  • Mock Exam-2 in Class
  • One on One Mock Interview Session
  • Final Resume Review
  • Canadian Job Market Guidance
  • Develop Key Strategies to Get First Break in Business Analyst Role

SCHEDULE

November
2020-11-21
December
2020-12-19
January
2021-01-16
February
2021-02-20

MORE DETAILS

  • Business Analysis – Job Program is ideal for recent graduates who are dreaming to get into the IT industry and this program will open door to get into IT
  • If you are holding a Master’s or Bachelor’s degree in IT and having difficulty to get an IT job
  • If you got rejections in interviews due to non-Canadian Industry Experience
  • QA Analysts who are dreaming to be a Business Analyst
  • want to embark on a career as a Business Analyst
  • have recently started working as a Business Analyst
  • If you have applied for tremendous jobs but never get an interview call
  • The course is also suited to anyone embarking on a career within IT or Project Management who requires an understanding of the Business Analyst role and the need for robust requirements.

There is a high demand for professionals who can recognize business requirements, think up solutions, and execute plans that help businesses reach their goals. They are labelled as “Business analysts”. Becoming a Business Analyst means launching a career full of opportunity on the leading edge of innovation! As a Business Analyst, you not only get the opportunity to perk up your skillset and career growth but also to significantly improve your remuneration. Business Analysts are likely to enjoy the best career prospects.

Career Path

You can take the Business Analyst career path as far as you would like, progressing through management levels as far as your expertise, talents, and desires take you.

Business Analyst Salary

A full-time Business Analyst earns an average salary of $62,424 per year.