Today we are going to take a look at Business Analysis training. With BabSim’s business analysis training courses, you will be able to identify and improve business processes in your organization through requirements gathering, analytics, communication skills, and data modeling. We provide preparation for several IIBA business analysis certifications and training designed to give you a skill set that includes brainstorming, managing contracts, and developing and maintaining vendor relationships. Most importantly, Babbage Simmel is an IIBA Endorsed Education Provider, Charter Member. Now let’s take a look at what kinds of BA training we can offer you. Remember all of these courses will provide you with continuing development units (CDUs) that you can use as you continue with your education.
There is no more critical function in the management of successful projects than identifying a clear project scope, which includes identifying the requirements of the product the project will create. Unfortunately, identifying those requirements is difficult under even the best circumstances. Often, requirements are poorly understood even by business users of the systems or products to be created by the project and by the project designers and developers. Users often have a difficult time articulating requirements, and, frequently, the requirements will need to be changed during the course of the project. Those who develop the product of the project may also bring their own biases to product design, which may further complicate the ability of the project to produce deliverables that meet user needs.
Though a critical role in requirements elicitation and management is played by the business analyst, project managers have to understand the purposes, methods and tools of managing requirements so that they can play a productive role and supervise the work of
the business analyst. Business analysts serve as the link between the business interests served by the project and the technology that will be employed to deliver the functionality required by it. They are responsible for translating business needs into language that systems analysts can turn into a solution, for framing the problem and identifying the most appropriate solution. They keep the project focused on the needs for which it was initiated.
This workshop is intended to provide knowledge of what a business analyst should do and how they should do it. More importantly, however, this workshop is designed to build a strong foundation in business analysis that can allow participants to understand why something should be done. It’s that “why” element that allows for understanding and
answering test questions. This workshop is compliant with the standards for business analysis and requirements definition detailed in the BABOK® Guide.
The best way to ensure that projects meet the needs for which they were initiated is to apply a consistent requirements process and requirements management methods and tools. The goal of this workshop is to enhance the skills of project teams including those engaged in requirements elicitation and management and to increase the capability of an
organization to deliver products and services that meet user and stakeholder needs. It provides an overview and application of the processes of requirements management and is intended to allow participants to build requirements management processes that can help them increase the success of their projects.
This workshop provides an introduction to and overview of the critical skills and competencies of the business analyst and an introduction to enterprise analysis, the pre-project and organizational roles of the business analyst. It provides an understanding of the roles of the business analyst and knowledge of the basic skills used by the business analyst to support the functions of the organization. The material covered in this workshop will provide a solid base for other workshops that describe the role of the business analyst and the methods employed to plan for, elicit, document, analyze, communicate, and verify business requirements.