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Certified Business Analysis ProfessionalTM Preparation – Certified Program

Date: 24 December 2017 - 28 December 2017
Course ID: 900/2017
Duration: 5 Days
Fee US $ + VAT: 2950 US$
Venue: Dubai / UAE
Category: Leadership, Management, Strategy, HR and Soft Skills, Finance and Accounting, Supply Chain, Procurement, Purchasing and Logistics Management

Introduction:

International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA) is the independent non-profit professional association for the growing field of business analysis. The goal of IIBA is to create greater awareness of the Business Analysis (BA) profession by defining what is business analysis and working towards recognition of the value of the business analyst role in the organization. BA can help the organization to gain a competitive advantage in the marketplace and enable the organization to succeed.

Objectives:

Requirement development and management is the essence of business analysis and it is crucial to successful project delivery and organizational change. Business analysis is a vital function and it requires the business analyst to be able to verifiable and traceable requirements and manage them through the entire requirements process and the entire project lifecycle.

This course is aiming to prepare the individuals to pass the CBAP exam, the course gives the attendees the required and needed knowledge to work as a professional business analyst and to be able to elicit the correct and complete requirement in order to achieve a successful projects.

Daily Outlines:

Day 1:

a. Pre-course exam

b. Foundation concepts

c. Business Analysis Planning and Monitoring Part 1

In this day: the attendees will have a pre-course exam contains 20 questions in 15 min, to check their current knowledge and information about the business analysis field. In the second part of the day, we will illustrate the main and basic concepts of the business analysis field such as:

1. What is business analysis

2. The key concepts and definitions: domain, solution requirements…etc

3. What is BABOK?

4. Overview of the knowledge areas

5. What is the meaning of techniques

6. What is the meaning of underlying competencies

7. The CBAP certificate and its requirements.

In the third and last part, we will illustrate the first 3 tasks of the business analysis planning and monitoring knowledge area, and explain format of each task which include:

1. Purpose

2. Description

3. Inputs

4. Elements

5. Techniques: As per chapter 9 (Techniques) in BABOK

6. Stakeholders

7. Outputs

This session covers the following parts of BABOK:

 Chapter 1: Introduction

 Chapter 2: Business Analysis Planning and Monitoring (the first 3 processes)







Day 2:

a. Business Analysis Planning and Monitoring Part 2

b. Enterprise analysis

In the first part of this day, we will illustrate the second 3 tasks of the business analysis planning and monitoring knowledge area, and explain format of each task which include:

1. Purpose

2. Description

3. Inputs

4. Elements

5. Techniques: As per chapter 9 (Techniques) in BABOK

6. Stakeholders

7. Outputs

In the second part we will illustrate the five processes of Enterprise Analysis, and describe the importance of this knowledge area, when it should be performed during the business analysis work and the relation between this knowledge area and the other knowledge areas in the BABOK.

We will explain format of each task of the five tasks which include:

1. Purpose

2. Description

3. Inputs

4. Elements

5. Techniques: As per chapter 9 (Techniques) in BABOK

6. Stakeholders

7. Outputs

This session covers the following parts of BABOK:

 Chapter 2: Business Analysis Planning and Monitoring (the last 3 processes)

 Chapter 5: Enterprise Analysis (the 5 processes)



Day 3:

a. Elicitation

b. Requirement management and Communication

In the first part of this day, we will illustrate the 4 tasks of Elicitation knowledge area, what is the meaning of eliciting the requirements, which types of requirements will be elicited and describe the importance of this knowledge area, when it should be performed during the business analysis work and the relation between this knowledge area and the other knowledge areas in the BABOK. We will explain the format of each task which includes:

1. Purpose

2. Description

3. Inputs

4. Elements

5. Techniques: As per chapter 9 (Techniques) in BABOK

6. Stakeholders

7. Outputs

In the second part we will illustrate the five processes of Requirement management and Communication and describe the importance of this knowledge area, when it should be performed during the business analysis work, how the business analyst will communicate with the stakeholder, how to achieve a common understanding between the stakeholders, how to get the stakeholder’s approval over the requirements and the relation between this knowledge area and the other knowledge areas in the BABOK.

We will explain format of each task of the five tasks which include:



1. Purpose

2. Description

3. Inputs

4. Elements

5. Techniques: As per chapter 9 (Techniques) in BABOK

6. Stakeholders

7. Outputs



This session covers the following parts of BABOK:

 Chapter 3: Elicitation

 Chapter 4: Requirement management and Communication



Day 4:

a. Requirement Analysis

b. Solution Assessment and validation part 1

In the first part of this day, we will illustrate the 6 tasks of Requirement Analysis knowledge area, what is the meaning of Requirement Analysis, how to define the required capabilities and describe the importance of this knowledge area, when it should be performed during the business analysis work and the relation between this knowledge area and the other knowledge areas in the BABOK. We will explain the format of each task which includes:

1. Purpose

2. Description

3. Inputs

4. Elements

5. Techniques: As per chapter 9 (Techniques) in BABOK

6. Stakeholders

7. Outputs

In the second part we will illustrate the first 3 processes of Solution Assessment and Validation and describe the importance of this knowledge area, when it should be performed during the business analysis work, how the business analyst will communicate with the stakeholder, how to assess and validate the proposed solutions, how to ensure that the organization achieved the needed benefits and the relation between this knowledge area and the other knowledge areas in the BABOK.

We will explain format of the first 3 tasks which include:

1. Purpose

2. Description

3. Inputs

4. Elements

5. Techniques: As per chapter 9 (Techniques) in BABOK

6. Stakeholders

7. Outputs



This session covers the following parts of BABOK:

 Chapter 6: Requirement Analysis

 Chapter 7: Solution Assessment & Validation

Day 5:

a. Solution Assessment and validation part 2

b. Underlying Concepts

c. Final Exam

In the first part we will illustrate the last 3 processes of Solution Assessment and Validation as a completion for the work started in the previous day.

We will explain format of the last 3 tasks which include:

1. Purpose

2. Description

3. Inputs

4. Elements

5. Techniques: As per chapter 9 (Techniques) in BABOK

6. Stakeholders

7. Outputs

In the second part of the day we will illustrate and describe the Underlying competencies which are the behaviors, characteristics, knowledge, and personal qualities that make an effective business analyst.

We will illustrate the following competencies:



1. Analytical thinking and problem solving skills

2. Behavioral characteristics

3. Business knowledge

4. Software knowledge

5. Interaction skills

6. Communication skills

This session covers the following parts of BABOK:

 Chapter 7: Solution Assessment & Validation

 Chapter 8: Underlying Competencies

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