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There are many benefits to formalising your Business Analysis Skills.
As an organisation...
Your analysts will develop a sound knowledge of Business Analysis best practice, developing missing skills and knowledge ultimately helping you to standardise effective ways of working across your teams. Investing in your Business Analysts enables you to demonstrate commitment to them and their development.
To complete the BCS International Diploma in Business Analysis you must pass an Oral Exam with a BCS examiner.
We work with you to help you understand what you may be asked in the Oral Exam and to develop your responses.
This is not primarily a content revision course, but is more about how to demonstrate the knowledge you have gained as a professional and during the four courses you have completed on route to the Diploma.
This two day course provides delegates with the commercial and organisational knowledge required for Business Analysis work. It is particularly useful for Business Analysts who may be working in a financial role, closely with finance departments or as Senior Business Analysts.
This 5-day course focuses on learning practical business analysis skills that can be used in the workplace. Course delegates should be able to return to their working environments and work as an effective Business Analyst, immediately adding value and building relationships with project stakeholders.
The course focuses on learning how to do business analysis in the real world, in both agile and formal/waterfall environments. It also covers the whole of the syllabus for the BCS certificate in Requirements Engineering, meaning delegates have the option of taking this exam at the end of the course.
The course is very practical, with around 50% of training time devoted to individual and team exercises. During the course, delegates will attend daily stand-ups, produce a product vision and user stories, perform poker planning and interview product owners and other stakeholders. A simple case study is used throughout the course, enabling attendees to experience the life-cycle of a project and the deliverables produced.
Delegates work in teams simulating a real project and are encouraged to make short informal presentations at the end of some exercises to build their confidence and develop the skills of peer review.
This three-day course focuses on the tools and techniques you need when gathering and documenting requirements as a Business Analyst.
This course is recommended for people who already have some experience in gathering and documenting requirements and would like to formalise their skills and gain the BCS certificate in Requirements Engineering.
No matter how much experience you have, the 5-day course is designed to be the best possible entry onto the BCS International Diploma.
This course should only be taken by candidates who have started their Diploma elsewhere and already completed the BCS Foundation in Business Analysis course.
Business processes are the means by which an organisation carries out internal operations and delivers its products and services to its customers. This course is concerned with the investigation, modelling and improvement of these business processes. Candidates are required to appreciate the hierarchy for business processes, and apply business process modelling techniques within a framework for business process improvement.
Understanding how to apply business analysis change techniques at a strategic level is as important as project level application.
Designed to be taken by candidates who have completed our Fundamentals of Business Analysis - including BCS Requirements Engineering course, this draws together and helps you to revise the key concepts, techniques and approaches required within Business Analysis.
This course is a great wrap-up-and-remind, designed to help BCS Diploma candidates to cover the final elements required in the BCS Foundation Certificate in Business Analysis syllabus and to complete the exam.