Curriculum for Business Analyst Certification California Training Program
The outline of Business Analyst Certification Program should cover the following topics.
Introduction to Business Analysis and Software Development Lifecycle(SDLC):
The certification program BA Training in CA provides attendees with a comprehensive understanding of Business Analysis concepts starting with an explanation of SDLC methodologies and emphasizing all knowledge areas of Business Analysis.
Planning and Monitoring:
In this phase Attendees would have a good deep understanding of all the knowledge areas of Business Analysis; Planning strategies and monitoring of Business Analysis, Collaboration and Elicitation, Management of business requirements Life Cycle, Analysis of Business Strategies, Design Definition and Requirements Analysis, Solution Evaluation, and the underlying proficiency.
In this phase, attendees would have clearly understood all the different kinds of requirements including business requirements, stakeholder requirements, requirements for solutions and requirements for transitions as well.
Business Analysis Planning and Monitoring:
By planning and working methodically with different stakeholders with a clean approach as per guidelines, participants would be able to manage and coordinate efforts with stakeholders.
Elicitation and Collaboration:
Learn how to get relevant information from stakeholders and use elicitation and collaborative techniques to confirm the results.
Requirements Life Cycle Management:
Using Life Cycle Management concepts manage and maintain requirements and design information from start to retirement. You will be able to make sure that requirements and designs for business, stakeholders, and solutions are aligned with each other and implemented by the solution.
Learn the business analysis work that needs to be done to work with stakeholders to identify a business strategic or tactical need, enable the business to properly address that need, and align the resulting change strategy with higher- and lower – level strategies and tactics.
Requirements Analysis and Design Definition:
Structure and organize requirements that have been found during elicitation activities, specify and model requirements and designs, validate and verify information, clearly identify solutions that meet business needs and estimate the true value that could be realized for each option.
Evaluate the performance and value of a solution in use by the company and recommend removing barriers or limitations that prevent the value from being fully realized.
This includes using hands-on assignments and case studies, to a detailed understanding of use cases in the business analysis.
Agile for Business Analysts:
Participants would also comprehend a BA’s role in the agile world and how it’s different from the traditional approach. Learn a broad number of techniques including structured approaches to meetings such as the development of joint applications, modeling sessions and model reviews.