Business Analysis Training
Business Analysis is identifying business needs and determining solutions to business problems. Solutions often include a software-systems development, but may also consist of process improvements, organizational change or strategic planning and policy development. The person who carries out this task is called a business analyst or BA.
Business analysts work across the organisation, solving business problems in consultation with business stakeholders; whilst most of the work that business analysts do today relate to software development/solutions. This is as a result of ongoing changes businesses all over the world are experiencing in their attempt to digitise.
With a range of team building exercises and time crunching guides, this engaging program enables participants to understand the importance of time management, teaching them how to prioritize tasks and manage their time better.
With a strong focus on predefined business needs, business analysts identify problems, opportunities and needs of a company. They offer solutions and also help implement them. Our business analysis training offers participants the tools and techniques needed to proffer business solutions that are aligned with corporate strategic vision.
The course content is designed with consideration to both current software testing technology and the job market. You will receive practical learning experience by participating in live projects.
What can you expect from our Business Analyst course?
Here at Tritek, you will be immersed in an environment that will improve your confidence and encourage you to think and work like a business analyst. Whether you are a complete beginner or someone who has advanced business analysis knowledge, Tritek will ensure that you gain the confidence and skills to make you an asset to any organisation.
Business Analyst Learning Outline
- Who is a Business Analyst?
- Importance of business analysis.
- Definition of business analysis.
- Business analysis specialisation.
- Skills of a Business Analyst.
- Agile: SDLC
- BA tasks in a project plan.
- BA Deliverables.
- The business case
- Business Requirement Document.
- Business analysis techniques.
- Requirement gathering.
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