Business Analyst Training Program

The aim of business analysis is to identify business needs and determine solutions to problems. Business analysis is a remarkable area with lots of job opportunities across various sectors and businesses. Business analyst jobs outlook is excellent with amazing career growth.

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Course Overview

Folks IT’s business analyst training program is curated by industry experts keeping the current job market scenario in view. This business analyst training program provides expertise to all business professionals, including those with no prior experience. You’ll learn to apply skills on real-world data and create appropriate business strategies.

Key Features:

  • Become a certified business analyst
  • Learn how to properly initiate a project
  • create business strategies that align with business goals
  • Learn to create effective business acceptance criteria
Who should take this course?

  • This course is for fresher’s, including college graduates and others looking to make a career change
  • Business analyst intern and entry level business analyst wanting to improve their craft
  • Anyone who wants to improve their skills and needs an entry level business analyst job

Business Analyst Training Program Course circullum
    • A look at different viewpoints
    • What is being analysed?
    • What’s the goal?
    • Current trends in business analysis
    • Key concepts
    • Definition
    • IT hierarchy
    • BA Prerequisite
    • Stages in Business Analysis
    • The relationship of business analysis to project management
    • Differentiating between business analysis and other “analyst” roles
    • Customer Needs & IT Needs-1
    • The Skill Set Of A BA
    • The BA’s Core Knowledge Set
    • BA Responsibility
    • Requirements Shepherding
    • Analysis Workflow
    • Dark Side of Business Analysis
    • What the BA does not do!
    • What are your challenges?


    • SDLC Phases
    • Planning
    • Defining
    • Designing
    • Building
    • Testing
    • Deployment
    • Role of BA in SDLC Phase
    • SDLC Phases
    • Waterfall/Sequential Model
    • Iterative Model
    • Spiral Model
    • Agile Model
    • Rational Unified Process
    • Example Case Study
    • Difference between wireframe, prototype and model
    • Different Stages of requirement
    • What is requirement gathering?
    • What is requirement Analysis?
    • Functional and Non Functional Requirement
    • Requirements, Features And Constraints
    • Difference between Vision and Scope


    • Establish Project, Vision and Scope
    • Problem Statement
    • Constraint
    • Risk
    • Business Executive Summary
    • Documenting Project Scope
    • Business & Objectives
    • Project Description
    • BRD Document
    • SRS Document
    • Requirement Traceability Matrix
    • Wireframe
    • Data Flow Diagrams
    • UML introduction and diagrams
    • What is use case?
    • Use Case Diagrams
    • Use case Diagrams-Relationships in Use case Diagrams.
    • Extend and Include Functions.
    • Contents of Use Case description Documents
    • Sequence Diagrams(Brief Introduction)
    • Activity Diagrams(Brief Introduction)
    • Fishbone Diagrams
    • Software’s used for preparing UML diagrams, Documentation and Prototypes


    • Business Problem Solving
    • Understand the business environment
    • Defining a problem
    • finding and verifying true causes
    • Fishbone diagram
    • IS-IS Not Analysis
    • Example Case Study
    • Project Plan/Gantt Chart
    • MS Excel Spreadsheet
    • SQL Basic
    • Change of scope
    • Change of request
    • How to handle change request
    • Points to consider in case of CR
    • Reason for requirement changes
    • Lesson Learned
    • Reason for Project Fail
    • Timesheet
    • Cost Estimation
    • Project Management tools like jira, basecamp


    • Quality Assurance and Testing
    • The business analyst's role in testing
    • Objectives
    • Requirements
    • Types of tests
    • Use Case vs. Test Case
    • Project Management Challenges
    • Challenges For The Business Analyst
Market Overview
Top Hiring Company
Industry Trends
Business Analyst Training Program FAQ’s:

• To know the structure and the dynamics of this business, so that a method is to be set up. • To understand current trouble in the target business and identify development potentials. • To guarantee the client, end user, and programmers have a common understanding of the objective company.

On an average, business analyst salary ranges between $68k/yr to $70k/yr. However there seems to be 3-5% pay increase per annum.

There are nearly 806,400 business analysts in US alone. The business analyst jobs market is expected to grow by 14.3% between 2016 and 2026.

No, nothing is difficult with proper training and guidance. It’s easy to get hired for entry level business analyst jobs.

Major roles include consulting with clients on how to efficiently use technology for business. However as an entry level business analyst you need to outline the business specifications, get connected with various business units and should support in formulating business necessities.

Business analyst certification for beginners is fairly important. Certification allows to grab job-ready skills, this can give you an advantage.

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Practice on real-world scenarios and data sets with hands-on experience.

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