Model and Document Your Project Requirements
- 3 day(s)Duration
- 21 CDU/2.1 CEU/21 PDUCredits/Units
- BA312Course Code
BA312: Model and Document Your Project Requirements discusses the core functions of the business analyst in the context of defining and communicating product requirements and introduces a variety of modeling and documentation techniques that can be applied in real-world business situations. The course is intended to serve several audiences and meet a variety of needs. The material in the course is directed at both the novice looking to enter the field and the self-taught veteran looking to fill gaps in his or her skills or knowledge.
The course is aligned with International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA®) A Guide to the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge® (BABOK® Guide) and provides a high-level overview of all the BABOK® Guide knowledge areas. It then further explores the tasks and techniques of the Requirements Analysis and Design Definition area in depth.
The course is part of a curriculum offered by the Corporate Education Group (CEG). BA312 is one of four courses that form the core of the curriculum. CEG offers a certificate upon successful completion of these four courses. Additional electives are offered for the business analyst who is seeking advanced training. This course assumes that the participant has already completed BA311: Core Competencies for the Business Analyst.
In keeping with the philosophy of CEG, experienced business analysts teach this course, and much of the class time is devoted to exercises in which participants can practice the skills being taught. Job aids introduced in the course can be used by participants when they return to the workplace to help them apply their new skills in the performance of job tasks.
PrerequisitesBA311: Core Competencies for the Business Analyst
|3||$2,099||08.11 – 13, 2020||Virtual Instructor-led|
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