Business Analysis training courses and schools
Business Analysis Professional (CBAP) programs, certificates, diplomas and degrees

Total 25 training course(s)/program(s) at schools in Australia.



DDLS

Training Centres/Campuses: Adelaide, Brisbane, Canberra, Melbourne, Perth, Syndey, , Australia
Phone No.: 1800 ULEARN (853 276)

Business Analysis Overview Workshop

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

This workshop aims to provide a realistic and interactive overview of what business analysis is, and what a business analyst does in the framework of defining system solutions. This workshop will use a case study approach to allow participants to perform a current state analysis to identify the “as is�situation, interview users to elicit requirements about the “future state� and write requirements for the solution.

In order to perform these exercises, the workshop will cover such topics as procedure analysis and activity (swim lane) diagrams, interviewing techniques, and the attributes of quality requirements. Participants will work in teams to complete the exercises and receive peer review of their work.

Discover How To:
•Identify the scope of a project
•Produce a context diagram
•Create a traceability matrix
•Perform a current state analysis by reviewing a process and producing “swim lanes� •Evaluate requirements to ensure that t... [Read More]

Mastering Business Analysis Workshop

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

This five day Business Analysis Workshop provides an overview of the Business Analysis process and will empower participants with a wide range of fundamental BA skills, tools and techniques.

The workshop begins by laying the foundation for project success by performing enterprise analysis to properly focus attention on issues, opportunities, benefits, stakeholders, scope and objectives. Once those key elements are defined, participants will broaden their knowledge about the requirements process through elicitation, discovery, documentation and validation techniques. Procedure analysis, swim lane diagrams, interviewing, user group facilitation, and business document artefact reviews, are just a few of the methods used in this workshop to effectively elicit and discover requirements.

Knowing that the best writers are rewriters, time will be spent honing professional and quality writing skills so that the requirements captured are documented SMART - specifi... [Read More]

Fast Start in Business Analysis Workshop

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

From enterprise analysis and scope definition to requirements determination and conceptual design, the Fast Start in Business Analysis workshop gives analysts a thorough understanding of the entire Systems Development Life Cycle.

Replete with both “hard�and “soft�skills, this three-day course builds a sound strategy for analysing business processes and demonstrates how to apply concepts and practical techniques within the context of an experiential learning environment.

Students emerge from this workshop with a solid foundation of business analysis thinking as well as a greater understanding that doing the right things is just as important as doing things right.



Industry Association Recognition

International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA)
•Credit Hours: 21 hours
•Continuing Development Units (CDUs): 21 CDUs

Business Analysis for Non Business Analysts

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

Understanding business process, pain points, and opportunities for improvement is everyone’s job, even if your title isn’t “business analyst� Being able to create efficiencies, reduce costs, and effectively communicate are professional skills that can be used in any position.

Business Analysis for Non Business Analysts will help participants sharpen their ability to think critically, look at the big picture as well as drill down into the details. They will learn how to properly initiate, analyse and develop a conceptual design within a 2 day timeframe. Replete with both “hard�and “soft�skills, this course builds a sound strategy for analysing business processes and demonstrates how to apply concepts and practical techniques within the context of an experiential learning environment.

This course is consistent with the International Institute of Business Analysis�Guide to the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge (BABOK® Guide).



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Applying Advanced Business Analysis

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

Our Advanced Business Analysis course is designed to take BAs and BSAs to the next level of competency using DDLS�signature practical courseware in a 5 day course.

This course combines two areas. Firstly requirements modelling is covered using both UML and Information Engineering, helping participants improve the way they elicit, analyse, document and communicate requirements. Requirements quality and completeness is key here and data models, use cases, requirements traceability and prioritisation are covered in depth. Next, participants will learn how to bring business solutions to life and increase the chances of success in a project. Here we identify the factors we as BAs and BSAs can influence in a project and the quality tools we can use to ensure that requirements are met though technical design, testing, implementation and closeout of the project.



Industry Association Recognition

International Institute of Business Analysi... [Read More]

Advanced Business Analysis Workshop

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

For business analysts looking to improve the way they elicit, analyse, document and communicate requirements, there is no better training workshop. Using the proven case study model, participants explore two approaches to requirements modelling: the Unified Modelling Language (UML) and Information Engineering.

Participants discover how modelling can help them make requirements decisions earlier in the system development life cycle, thus enhancing requirements quality and completeness. Data models, use cases, requirements traceability and prioritisation are covered in depth.

Designed to be prescriptive as well as descriptive, facilitators emphasise best practices through explanation and application. In short, participants discover what should be done, as well as how to do it and why.



Industry Association Recognition

International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA)
•Credit Hours: 21 hours
•Continuing Developm... [Read More]


RMIT Training

Training Centre/Campus: Melbourne, VIC, Australia
Phone No.: 03 9925 8111

Business Analysis Workshop

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

This course focuses on identifying requirements in the context of enhancing the ability of&,organisations to achieve strategic goals through internal changes to business capabilities, including changes to policies, structure, and processes. The aim is to enable you to develop critical and creative problem solving skills within the context of real business situations. Business Analysts are expected to identify and define business needs of their clients in order to analyse and solve complex business problems. Topics included in this course develop critical analysis skills using modelling and other business and systems analysis techniques. The course revolves around businesses (or any organisation) which are systematically investigated during the semester within the framework of project and workshop exercises.


School of Design, Communication & Information Technology at the University of Newcastle

Training Centre/Campus: Newcastle, NSW, Australia
Phone No.: +61 2 4985 4500

Business Analysis

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

This course introduces the skills and techniques which the contemporary manager and ICT professional need if they are to efficiently and effectively utilise Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) within their business.

The course draws upon the business analyst&,#146,s body of knowledge (BOK) defined by the International Institute of Business Analysts.

Three major areas are covered:
- business analysis, including problem-solving techniques
- defining and documenting business requirements
- business system design and implementation.


Objectives

On successful completion of this course, a student will have:
1. A firm basis for determining and documenting business requirements for information in the modern organisation.
2. An understanding of the key issues that arise when business information systems are being developed and implemented.
3. A conceptual understanding of the role of ICT... [Read More]


New Horizons Learning Centres of Australia

Training Centres/Campuses: Brisbane, Cairns, Hobart, Melbourne, Perth, Sydney, , Australia
Phone No.: + 61 2 8263 5900

Advanced Business Analysis Workshop

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

For business analysts looking to improve the way they elicit, analyse, document and communicate requirements, there is no better training workshop. Using the proven case study model, participants explore two approaches to requirements modelling: the Unified Modelling Language (UML) and Information Engineering. Participants discover how modelling can help them make requirements decisions earlier in the system development life cycle, thus enhancing requirements quality and completeness. Data models, use cases, requirements traceability and prioritization are covered in depth. Designed to be prescriptive as well as descriptive, facilitators emphasise best practices through explanation and application. In short, participants discover what should be done, as well as how to do it and why.
Target Audience:
This course is intended for Business analysts, technical analysts, project managers, and subject matter experts who need to capture, document, and communicate well-forme... [Read More]


Newcastle Business School

Training Centre/Campus: Newcastle, NSW, Australia
Phone No.: +61 2 4921 5511

Foundation of Business Analysis

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

This course consists of three modules, of which students are required to complete Module 1 and either Module 2 or Module 3.

Module 1 Fundamentals of Quantitative Analysis
This module is compulsory for all students enrolled in this course. It introduces students to the role of basic data analysis techniques in supporting managerial decisions, identifying and examining their strengths and weaknesses, the context in which each is applicable and how to justify business decisions based on analysis of quantitative data. Students gain a fundamental understanding of quantitative business analysis and learn the following topics over six weeks:

1. The Role of Data Analysis in the Business Decision Making Process.
2. Collecting and Presenting Quantitative Data
3. Examining Data Characteristics - Descriptive Statistics &, Data Screening
4. Estimation and Hypothesis Testing
5. Correlation and Simple Regression Analysis
6. Multiple ... [Read More]


GradSchool

Training Centre/Campus: Newcastle, NSW, Australia
Phone No.: 1800 88 21 21

Business Analysis

Course Format: Online / Virtual Classroom / Webinar  V

Intelligent business decisions are reliant upon timely and accurate data analysis. This course introduces the data analysis techniques necessary for transforming real world business data and relationships into actionable information to assist in business decision-making. A range of data analysis techniques are covered with applications to functional areas of business �general and human resource management, marketing, international business and finance. Students will have the opportunity to learn how to use software tools to analyze data and then interpret and evaluate the results in a business context.

Objectives On successful completion of this course students will be able to:
1. Demonstrate an integrative understanding of the role, sources and types of business data,
2. Collect and present business data,
3. Comprehend and apply principles of hypothesis testing,
4. Apply a range of techniques for data analyses and identify their role in suppo... [Read More]


Dynamic Web Training

Training Centres/Campuses: Adelaide, Brisbane, Canberra, Melbourne, Perth, Sydney, , Australia
Phone No.: 1300 888 724

Business Analysis

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment

Get the Business Analysis skills you need to succeed with comprehensive, practical training. Learn the core principles and techniques of business analysis, including architecture standards, research and planning. Expert instructors take you through hands-on scenarios to put your skills into practice.


Australian Computer Society

Training Centres/Campuses: Adelaide, Brisbane, Canberra, Darwin, Hobart, Melbourne, Sydney, , Australia
Phone No.: (02) 6230 1588

Business Analysis in Practice

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

This course provides you with practical understanding of what comprises Business Analysis (BA), its competency framework (i.e. SFIA, IIBA and AIBA) and an approach to enhancing your BA competencies.
The practical BA techniques presented in this course include mind-mapping, art of questioning, modelling and managing requirements (a use case driven approach of the UML v 2.0), quality and user experience analysis. Categories of user requirements discussed include: functional, non-functional, interface and infrastructure.
This course will also cover BA in the context of the popular Agile methods. All techniques are demonstrated with a case example and practiced in a workbook.
Learning outcomes
�How to undertake methodical investigation, analysis, review and documentation of all or part of a business in terms of business functions and processes, the information used and the data on which the information is based.
�Approach to creating viable specificatio... [Read More]


IIL Australia

Training Centre/Campus: Sydney, NSW, Australia
Phone No.: +61 2 9004 7333

IIBA Certified Business Analysis Professional (CBAP)

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

Foundation Concepts for IIBA® CBAP® Prep

IIBA® �the Organization
Business Analysis �the Profession
IIBA®’s BABOK® �the Standard
IIBA®’s CBAP® Exam �the Challenge
Business Analysis Planning and Monitoring

Overview
Approach Activities
Analysis Activities
Communication Activities
Process Activities
Performance Activities
Practice Quiz
Elicitation

Overview
Process
Activities
Results
What would you do �a game of knowledge
Practice Quiz
Requirements Management and Communication

Overview
Requirements Management
Requirements Communication
Play the Response Game �to check your knowledge
Practice Quiz

Enterprise Analysis

Overview
Defining the Business Needs
Possible Solutions
The Business Case
Practice Quiz
Requirements Analysis

Overview
Prioritize Requirements
Organize Requirements
Specify and Model Requirements <... [Read More]


BCM Institute (Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific Islands)

Training Centre/Campus: Sydney, Sydney, Australia
Phone No.: (+61) 2 9006-1686 / (+61) 2 9006-1010

DRP-5000: Implementing and Managing IT Disaster Recovery Planning, DRP

Course Format: On-Site / In-House / Private Tutoring  V

This course is intended for experienced IT disaster recovery (DR) planners. All aspects of IT DR planning will be discussed.

Participants will review the Business Continuity (BC) & DR Planning (DRP) Model and all aspects of creating the DR plan and managing the planning process. In addition, the course includes sections on exercising and maintaining the DR plan.

Course Objectives
Upon completion of the course, the participant will:

* Have a thorough understanding of the BCM & DR Planning Methodology and the plan development and maintenance process
* Be familiar with the proven method of developing DR plans including preparation and documentation of IT DR plans

Course Benefits

The DRP-5000 is a fast paced course, designed for individuals who are experienced in IT or business continuity or DR planning. This compressed course leads participants through the entire BC & DR planning process focusing on IT disaster recovery planning a... [Read More]

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