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Business Analysis Boot Camp

A comprehensive job-oriented course covering all aspects of professional business systems analysis, requirements management, technical documentation, development methodologies and associated tools.

Course Description

Who is a Business systems analyst?
A business systems analyst works as a liaison between business users and the technology team during IT system implementation efforts.

You should consider this course if...
You want to begin an exciting career in the technology space that does not require software programming.
You have worked as a software developer and are now looking to switch careers.
You have worked in business operations of an industry vertical and are now interested in wearing a technology hat.
You are in your final semester of undergraduate study in either a technology-related field or in business administration.

Are there any course prerequisites?
No, there are no prerequisite courses required for enrollment. A basic familiarity of any industry’s business operations, good spoken and written communication skills will be helpful

$200
Self paced learning ?

$550
Instructor lead online ?

  Learn with a hands on project
  Extensive post course support for creating a job oriented resume and interview preparation
  Free BA tools e-learning
  ITIL fundamentals included in course

  Get documentation from real industry projects

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Course Curriculum

+1. Introduction to business analysis — 1 hour

– Explanation of BA role and its expectations
– Introduction to skills required and knowledge areas
– Team structures
– Genesis and types of IT projects
– Introduction to typically used tools
– What a professional BA resume looks like.

+2. The software development life cycle (SDLC) — 2 hours

– What is an SDLC,role of BA at each step and documentation produced for the following
– Waterfall style SDLC
– V Model
– Rational Unified Process (RUP)
– Agile SCRUM SDLC
– Overview of lifecycle management tools like enterprise architect, team foundation server and JIRA.

+3. Requirements management tips and techniques — 2 hours

– Tips for requirements analysis, validation, elicitation, prioritization stakeholder types and stakeholder management.

+4. Project initiation — 2 hours

– Organization and stakeholder mapping
– Project initiation. Mock project will be introduced in detail at this point
– Building artifacts related to understanding the big picture like business models, context diagram, project scope etc.
– Highlights of vendor contract documentation like RFP, RFI, SOW

+5. Process modelling using regular BPMN and UML modelling notations — 2 hours

– How to draw a level 1,2 and 3 process flow diagram using Microsoft VISIO as a tool
– Use of BPMN and UML diagrams and how to draw them in VISIO & Bizagi modeler tool

+6. Capturing Functional and non functional requirements in Business requirements document — 3 hours

– What is a BRD
– Different sections of a BRD
– How do we represent functional and non functional requirements in a BRD
– Hands on BRD creation for mock project
– Overview of requirements management tools like Requisite Pro and collaboration tool like Sharepoint

+7. Capturing requirements in Use cases — 2 hours

– What is a use case
– What is its relation to a regular BRD
– What are the different components of a Use case
– How does a UML Use case diagram look like
– Examples of creating Use case for the mock project

+8. Elaborating requirements in Functional specifications — 3 hours

– How do we translate Business requirements document to a Functional specification document
– Sections of the FSD
– Functional requirements in FSD
– Non Functional requirements in FSD

+9. User Interface design — 3 hours

– Tips on user experience, screen design and building mock screens (i.e. wireframes) in VISIO

+10. Data modelling — 3 hours

– What are data related BA activities
– Data flow diagrams
– Data dictionary
– Data mapping
– Data models (Logical and conceptual)
– Basic SQL

+11. BA in Agile development — 3 hours

– How is Agile different for a BA
– Details of various roles in Agile
– How to write Epics and User stories
– Details of product backlog, sprint backlog, burn up and burn down charts in Agile

+12. Quality Analysis for a BA — 2 hours

– Quality analysis life cycle
– BA involvement in QA process
– Writing test plan and test cases
– Other documentation like traceability matrix and user guides

+13. Resume feedback and mock interviews — 2 hours

– Resume feedback and mock interviews
Total Time: 30 hours

Course Reviews

Preetam Rajan

Kuebiko was an important stepping stone in my career. Kuebiko supplemented my knowledge with business analysis concepts and knowledge I could directly use in my job from day one. My technology writing skills improved dramatically. The financial services overview gave me a great insight into operations in investment and retail banking information technology architecture.

Preetam Rajan – Senior Business Analyst – Cognizant Technology Solutions

Avani Mehta

Ranjay is a great teacher for business analysis. In just four short weeks, I learned concepts and techniques that I can leverage to get a job and build a career. The healthcare domain course was a great add on.

Avani Mehta – Systems analysis in healthcare

COMPLEMENTARY PRODUCTS

Free if you purchase the course

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$9.99 for Paperback on Amazon

RESUME PACK FOR BUSINESS SYSTEM ANALYST

$4.99

$49.99