Business Analysts are increasingly required to extend themselves beyond their traditional role of developing and maintaining IT systems. They need the capability to understand the business strategy, use proven techniques to analyse the business area, and identify changes to business processes needed to meet internal and external challenges.
The BCS Business Analysis Practice course provides the fundamental skills and framework needed by effective business analysts engaged in a business change project. The course develops the skills needed to work with senior business and IT staff to effectively analyse and model business activities. Delegates will learn how to investigate business problems and how to identify and recommend appropriate creative solutions.
The course prepares to sit the BCS Business Analysis Practice certificate examination.
At the end of this course you will be able to:
This course is designed for anyone likely to become involved in business analysis at any level, including:
The Business Analysis Practice Exam is normally sat in class at the end of the last day. Live Virtual Training participants will be provided with access to the online exam at the end of the course:
Candidates who are awarded a pass for the examination are awarded the BCS Certificate in Business Analysis Practice.
There are no formal pre-requisites to attend the BCS Business Analysis Practitioner courses. However, it is assumed that participants do have some practical experience. If you are new, or relatively new, to Business Analysis then you should first sit the Business Analysis Foundation course.