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About the course
This self-paced program is available 24/7 providing you with the flexibility to train at the pace, location and time of your choosing. It aligns with the IIBA® BABOK® Guide and will prepare you to sit for the CBAP® Exam.
Participants will gain theoretical and practical expertise in all Knowledge Areas of the BABOK® Guide and learn how to determine the overall business and information needs of their organizations to develop solution strategies accordingly. You’ll learn how to successfully define and manage requirements, effectively elicit information from stakeholders and how to analyze and solve business problems.
Curriculum & Course Details
- Core Competencies for the Business Analyst
- Model and Document Your Project Requirements
- Collaborate with Stakeholders to Elicit Requirements
- Plan, Manage and Communicate Requirements
This program is composed of four courses and delivered on-demand for self-paced training.
Core Competencies of the Business Analyst
This course provides a well-rounded introduction to the role of the business analyst. It provides a high-level overview of all of the BABOK® Guide knowledge areas.
- Module 1: Core Concepts: Business Analysis Roles and Responsibilities
- Module 2: Life Cycles
- Module 3: Enterprise Analysis
- Module 4: Business Analysis Planning and Monitoring
- Module 5: Requirements Management and Communication
- Module 6: Elicitation
- Module 7: Requirements Analysis
- Module 8: Solution Assessment and Validation
Model and Document Your Requirements
This course outlines how the business analyst defines and communicates project requirements and introduces a variety of modeling and documentation techniques with real-world applications. The Requirements Analysis knowledge area is explored in depth.
- Module 1: Overview of Requirements Analysis
- Module 2: Context Diagrams
- Module 3: Use Case Diagrams
- Module 4: Use Case Descriptions
- Module 5: Workflow Models
- Module 6: Activity Diagrams
- Module 7: User Interface Requirements: Usability
- Module 8: User Interface Requirements: Navigation and Information
- Module 9: Data Modeling
- Module 10: Class Models
- Module 11: Business Rules
- Module 12: Non-Functional Requirements
Collaborate with Stakeholders to Elicit Requirements
This course outlines the core functions of the business analyst in the context of elicitation and presents a variety of techniques for performing elicitation, along with ways to overcome typical challenges associated with those techniques.
- Module 1: Overview of Elicitation
- Module 2: Elicitation Context
- Module 3: Document Analysis
- Module 4: Observation
- Module 5: Interviewing
- Module 6: Brainstorming
- Module 7: Requirements Workshop
- Module 8: Prototyping
- Module 9: Surveys
- Module 10: Focus Groups
- Module 11: Interface Analysis
- Module 12: Reverse Engineering
- Module 13: Quality Function Deployment
- Module 14: Selecting Elicitation Techniques
Plan, Manage, and Communicate Requirements
This course examines the role of the business analyst in the Business Analysis Planning and Monitoring and Requirements Management and Communication knowledge areas. You will learn to identify stakeholder needs, determine requirements risks and deliverables, manage scope and the requirements baseline via traceability and change control, assess communication needs, perform structured walkthroughs, and plan business analysis and requirements management activities.
- Module 1: The Business Analyst Role in Context
- Module 2: Stakeholders and Risk
- Module 3: Business Analysis Planning
- Module 4: Influences on Requirements Activities
- Module 5: Requirements Management
- Module 6: Change Control
- Module 7: Business Analysis Communications
Features of CEG eLearning
- Course content is broken down into modules and topics. Participants explore the content using a variety of interactive methods, including:
- Roll-overs that uncover more detailed information on particular terms
- Pop-ups which allow participants to explore diagrams, templates, and processes in more depth
- An avatar, or animated mentor, who offers additional content that expands the topics on selected pages
- Knowledge checks that give participants a chance to review important points
- Graded quizzes identify topics participants have mastered and those they might need to study more
- A graded final exam validates the knowledge gained and skills mastered for the time committed
- In addition to individual interactivity, CEG also offers a learning community and social learning tools that allow participants to share with each other and gain a broader understanding from a variety of perspectives. Participants can take advantage of lively discussion boards and instructor-led chat sessions.
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