Business Analyst Training

Business Analyst Training in New York

QA Training USA offers a definitive Business Analytics specialized training that can be taken up to become a certified Business Analyst by professionals. At business analyst training in New York you will learn all the essential skills and knowledge. Business Analytics as part of the training, successfully manage business processes, connect business customers and technical teams, retrieve business requirements and provide the best solutions to business problems.

Course Overview

Learn the introduction and importance of Business Analytics. Business analyst’s roles and responsibilities. Different information collection techniques. Explanatory and collaborative process. Adaptability of business analytics. The skills of a business analyst. Business analyst’s role in project teams. Requirements collection and strategy analysis. Information and governance management. Tools and techniques of a business analyst. Communication of documentation and information. Know the fundamentals of project management and understand the different SDLC stages and different SDLC methodologies.

What are the prerequisites for enrolling in this Business Analyst Training course?

There are no prerequisites for taking up this Business Analyst certification training, no prior knowledge is required of any business analyst, but it will be helpful or advantageous to have a basic knowledge of the business process.

Who should take up this Business Analyst Certification?

  • Developers, Project Managers, Solution Architects, and System Analysts
  • Business Professionals and Professionals from any field who want to gain expertise as a Business Analyst
  • Fresh graduates seeking a career in the Domain of Business Analyst.

Our Curriculum

What You'll Learn

Introduction to the business analyst domain, the need for business analysts, the different business analyst roles and responsibilities. How the business analyst fits into the project team. The significance of communication and collaboration, core business analyst skills, business analysis techniques and approaches. How business analysts fit into the corporate structure, the various departments within the organization that business analysts connect with.

What You'll Learn

Understanding business needs, Comprehension of the business needs, the collection of requirements, the study of feasibility, prioritization, risk assessment, evaluation and selection of the right initiative, assessment of changes in requirements, approval of requirements, Project management, Introduction to the different types of projects, what are the phases of an IT project, crucial activities, analysis, task creation, relationships.

What You'll Learn

Techniques used by business analysts such as SWOT, CATWOE. Important tools used by business analysts, strategy analysis, various components of strategic analysis, stakeholder identification and business needs, what is business modeling, requirements collection, analysis, design, implementation, testing, and deployment in the business environment.

What You'll Learn

Software project methodologies, The different processes of software engineering, understanding the steps of the software project, the lifecycle of software development, the difference between waterfall and agile methodologies of a software project, RUP and RAD methodologies, project deliverables.

What You'll Learn

Requirement planning & elicitation, What is the role of business analysts in collecting requirements, different types of requirements, business analysis plan, Requirements Work Plan, RWP components, Requirements Traceability Matrix, different business specifications, and roles, different methods of elicitation such as interviewing, brainstorming, document analysis, survey, reverse engineering, and product trails?

What You'll Learn

Analyzing the requirements, The need to analyze requirements, different modeling techniques in analysis such as organization, process, data, location, use case and state, analysis of business rules, how to prioritize requirements, verification, and validation of requirements, documentation of requirements, level of detail required.

What You'll Learn

Modeling business processes, What is business process modeling, process modeling importance, process management, unified modeling language introduction, prototyping, structure diagrams, different components, package and entity diagrams, behavior diagrams, use case diagrams, interaction overview diagrams? Evaluating business solutions, Evaluation of the solution, measurement of performance solution, analysis of performance metrics, assessment of solution limitations, enhancement of solution value through the highly recommended solution.

What You'll Learn

The scope of business analysts, How business analysts make a difference in different fields, the scope of business analysts from an agile methodology point of view, the different techniques and approaches, the scope of business analysts in business intelligence, how business analysts improve the IT domain, business analysts streamlining the business architecture domain, the different methodologies, frameworks, and techniques, how business analysts make a difference in business process management.

Course Objectives

The main learning and development objectives include gaining new knowledge or information that helps employees to do a job well. To learn and implement physical skills, like using physical machinery quickly and efficiently. To effect and make better employee attitudes and perceptions toward learning or organizational change.

Upskills employees

Collaborative

Interdisciplinary

 Personalized

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I can’t wait for my manager to take this course, so that we may sit down and come up with plans of action on how we can test our software more proficiently. I can guarantee you that I will highly recommend this course to anyone, and I will recommend our staff to further our education process.

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Student

Great experience. Lot of information to bring back to my team. Surprised the testing difficulties all testers seem to have are very common.

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