These topics will be covered by our trainers who have diverse domain experience in business analysis and process improvement This course is approved by IIBA® and an individual earns 21 PDU's..
EEP™ of International Institute of Business Analysis IIBA®, Canada
Fhyzics is an endorsed education provider of IIBA®
No previous business analysis work experience required. Hence more suitable for someone who would like to start a career in business analysis. Must have earned 21 hours of professional development in the last 4 years. Fhyzics issues 21 hours of PDU certification on completion of the business analysis training.
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Chapter-1: IntroductionIntroduction - Purpose of the BABOK® Guide - What is Business Analysis? - Who is a Business Analyst? - Structure of the BABOK® Guide
Chapter-2: Business Analysis Key ConceptsThe Business Analysis Core Concept Model™ - Key Terms - Requirements Classification Schema - Stakeholders - Requirements and Designs
Chapter-3: Business Analysis Planning and MonitoringPlan Business Analysis Approach - Plan Stakeholder Engagement - Plan Business Analysis Governance - Plan Business Analysis Information Management - Identify Business Analysis Performance Improvements
Chapter-4: Elicitation and CollaborationPrepare for Elicitation - Conduct Elicitation - Confirm Elicitation Results - Communicate Business Analysis Information - Manage Stakeholder Collaboration
Chapter-5: Requirements Life Cycle ManagementTrace Requirements - Maintain Requirements - Prioritize Requirements - Assess Requirements Changes - Approve Requirements
Chapter-6: Strategy AnalysisAnalyze Current State - Define Future State - Assess Risks - Define Change Strategy
Chapter-7: Requirements Analysis and Design DefinitionSpecify and Model Requirements - Verify Requirements - Validate Requirements - Define Requirements Architecture - Define Design Options - Analyze Potential Value and Recommend Solution
Chapter-8: Solution EvaluationMeasure Solution Performance - Analyze Performance Measures - Assess Solution Limitations - Assess Enterprise Limitations - Recommend Actions to Increase Solution Value
Chapter-9: Underlying CompetenciesAnalytical Thinking and Problem Solving - Behavioural Characteristics - Business Knowledge - Communication Skills - Interaction Skills - Tools and Technology
Chapter-10: TechniquesAcceptance and Evaluation Criteria - Backlog Management - Balanced Scorecard - Benchmarking and Market Analysis - Brainstorming - Business Capability Analysis - Business Cases - Business Model Canvas - Business Rules Analysis - Collaborative Games - Concept Modelling - Data Dictionary - Data Flow Diagrams - Data Mining - Data Modelling - Decision Analysis - Decision Modelling - Document Analysis - Estimation - Financial Analysis - Focus Groups - Functional Decomposition - Glossary - Interface Analysis - Interviews - Item Tracking - Lessons Learned - Metrics and Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) - Mind Mapping - Non-Functional Requirements Analysis - Observation - Organizational Modelling - Prioritization - Process Analysis - Process Modelling - Prototyping - Reviews - Risk Analysis and Management - Roles and Permissions Matrix - Root Cause Analysis - Scope Modelling - Sequence Diagrams - Stakeholder List, Map, or Personas - State Modelling - Survey or Questionnaire - SWOT Analysis - Use Cases and Scenarios - User Stories - Vendor Assessment - Workshops
Chapter-11: PerspectivesThe Agile Perspective - The Business Intelligence Perspective - The Information Technology Perspective - The Business Architecture Perspective - The Business Process Management Perspective
The Entry Certificate in Business Analysis is a one-hour examination with 50 multiple-choice questions. The syllabus is based on Business Analysis Body of Knowledge (BABOK®) v3.0. By completing our training one can confidently face this examination and attain ECBA™ certification credential.