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Business Analysis Masterclass

We don't teach. We job Train!
Meetul Patel
4,168 students enrolled
English [Auto]
Business Analysis Fundamentals- Understand the term "Business Analysis'", the role of a Business Analyst as well as System Development Life Cycle (SDLC)
Requirement Gathering Techniques- Via live simulation of requirement gathering session, understand how to gather requirements from Subject Matter Experts
Hands On Learning: Creating Requirements Documents- Learn how to document BRD (Business Requirements Document), FRD (Functional Requirements Document), Use Case & User Story
Hands On Learning: Creating Wireframes (Screen-Mock Ups) & Prototypes: Learn how to document User Interface requirements by creating wireframes, prototypes and documenting UI specification
Learn Software Engineering Processes: Learn Agile Scrum Process, Waterfall Methodology & RUP (Rational Unified Process)
Hands On Learning: Documenting User Stories
Hands On Learning: UML (Unified Modeling Language)- Learn how to create Use Case Diagram, Activity Diagrams & State Diagrams
Hands On Learning: Business Analyst Softwares: Hand-on learning the following softwares: Jira, Rally, Microsoft Visio, Axure, Rational Requisite Pro, Enterprise Architect
Bonus Learning: Manual Testing- Learn how to create test cases, conduct manual testing, create defects, conduct bug triages and co-ordinate UAT (User Acceptance Testing)
Case Studies- Real time case studies from Finance, Insurance, Retail/eCommerce & Airlines Industries
Understand Traceability and advantages of Traceability Matrix, Business Analyst role recap.
Real Time Business Analyst Interview Simulation
Real Time Business Architect Interview Simulation

This is a practical approach to learning Business Analysis. If you are a fan of reading books, this course may not be for you as this course is aimed at delivering everything that I have learnt while working as a Business Analyst over the last 16 years. This course covers the following modules:

Module 1: Introduction to Business Analysis, Why a Business Analyst?, Training Ladder, Role of a Business Analyst, Business Analyst Ingredients, IT Team Structure

Module 2: Business Team Structure, Hands On- Documenting Business Requirements Document (BRD)

Module 3: System Development Life Cycle (SDLC) Overview, understanding ‘As-is Business’

Module 4: Case Study- Understanding As Is Business and Documenting BRD for a Life Insurance Company

Module 5: Live Simulation Session to Gather Requirements, Understanding Requirements Types: Business Rules, Functional Requirements, Non-Functional Requirements (User Interface (UI) Requirements), Performance Requirements, Scalability Requirements, Security Requirements)

Module 6: Hands On-Documenting Functional Requirements Document (FRD)

Module 7: Case Study- Documenting FRD

Module 8: Hands On- Creating Wireframes / Screen Mockups via Axure (Windows)

Module 9: Hands On- Creating Wireframes / Screen Mockups via Axure (Mac)

Module 10: Hands On- Creating Prototypes via Axure

Module 11: Hands On- Documenting Use Case

Module 12: Case Study- Documenting Use Case for a Retail Company

Module 13: Hands On-Drawing UML (Unified Modeling Language) Diagrams-: Activity Diagram, State Diagram, Use Case Diagram

Module 14: Hands On- Using Visio to draw UML Diagrams

Module 15: Hands On- Using Enterprise Architect to document requirements, use cases and UML diagrams

Module 16: Hands On- Using Rational Requisite Pro to document requirements

Module 17: Software Engineering Processes: Waterfall, Rational Unified Process (RUP), Agile Scrum

Module 18: Hands On- Documenting User Story

Module 19: Hands On- Using Jira to Document User Stories and Manage Agile Scrum Project

Module 20: Hands On- Using Rally to Document User Stories and Manage Agile Scrum Project

Module 21: Bonus: Create Test Cases, Perform Manual Testing, Creating Defects, Different Types of Testing, User Acceptance Testing (UAT)

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Monday 9:30 am - 6.00 pm
Tuesday 9:30 am - 6.00 pm
Wednesday 9:30 am - 6.00 pm
Thursday 9:30 am - 6.00 pm
Friday 9:30 am - 5.00 pm
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed