Business Analyst job training course contents


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*** 30-40 hours of instructor-led ONLINE training, 30-40 hours of case studies, 20-30 hours of project work, life-time free online reference library ***

Are you looking to have a career as a BUSINESS ANALYST in IT industry?

Then you are at a right place.

We will help you achieve your dream with our rigorous, professional training with real-time case studies & projects on Business Analysis to settle as a Business Analyst in IT industry.

We train you on all the topics like – BA Fundamentals, SDLC methodologies, enterprise analysis, business cases, requirements gathering, requirements elicitation, prototyping, reverse engineering, change management, impact analysis, risk analysis, gap analysis, writing specification documents (BRS, BRD, FSD, SRS), writing use cases, test cases, complete testing knowledge, UML, JAD, RUP, BABOK, IIBA orientation, etc.

Salient features of our training program are:

*Training on Modern methodologies currently using in IT industry
* Explaining the Traditional methodologies and then how modern methods evolved
* Professional Training by working people
* Real-time approach with lots of case studies
* Using Student’s life experiences and converting them into case studies for the course
* Completely Project-oriented – min 2 life-cycles implementation by the end of the course
* Online Reference library with 500+ resources – life time free
* Dynamic Resume help from day 1
* Interview questions from day 1
* Catch words, flash words, etc. – to put in resume, from day 1
* Role-plays, Q&A sessions, assignment reviews
* Individual student’s revisions, assessments, improvements
* Help in searching the job by referrals

Overall this is a 100+ hours course.

Please email us at: or visit our website –

Please contact us for more information and schedule a class for you.

Wishing you all the very best !!!!

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Business Analyst job training course contents

  1. 1. Business Analysis Course Curriculum1. Introduction and Fundamentals v Business Analyst – Who, What, Why? v BA – qualities, skills, roles, responsibilities v BA – Fundamentals2. BA – Knowledge Areas v Software Development Life Cycle v Methodologies – Waterfall, Agile, Scrum, RUP3. Enterprise Analysis v Business Architecture, Feasibility Studies, Project Scope4. Requirement Process, Planning & Management v What are requirements? v Characteristics of Requirements v Types of Requirements v Functional & Non-Functional Requirements v The Requirements Process v Planning & Managing Requirements5. Requirements Elicitation v Principles / Constraints / Techniques v JAD – Joint Application Development v Data Analysis v Creating Models, Scenarios v Interviewing v Brainstorming v Reverse Engineering v Prototyping6. Requirements Analysis v RTM - Requirements Traceability Matrix v Change Management v Requirements Risk Management v Gap Analysis v Impact Analysis7. Requirements Specifications v FSD / BRS / URD / BRD (Business Requirements Document) v Writing Functional Specifications Document v Rules, problems, use of terms, structure8. UML v UML 2.0 – working with use case diagrams, activity diagrams, knowledge on class, object, state, sequence, collaboration, component, and deployment diagrams v Working with UML tools v Working with UI tools9. Requirements Verification and signoff v Structure and Grammar, banned words v Validations, Pre-Review, Review v Signoff10. Miscellaneous v Versioning v Repositories v Approvals11. Validation v QA, QC, Software Testing v Types of Testing v Testing Methods v Testing Levels v Testing Strategy, Planning, Test Cases Training School v UAT (User Acceptance Testing)12. Topic-wise study materials BA Training School13. Topic-wise Case Studies ba@batrainingschool.com14. Student Portal – Online Reference Library15. Project Wok