CCBA Exam preparation coursePosted on 16 Apr, 2018
CategoriesBusiness Analysis Courses
IntroductionThe 5 day Advanced Business Analysis course is designed to be taken following our Business Analysis Essential course. It covers Enterprise Analysis which takes 3 days and Business Process Modeling covering 2 days. The Enterprise Analysis part of this course explores business analysis practice techniques including business activity modeling, stakeholder management, SWOT analysis, and gap analysis. During this course, delegates will be encouraged to apply these techniques in the context of a business analysis assignment. The stages of this assignment involve the investigation of the business situation, analysis of key issues and their root causes, gap analysis to establish the business problems and the identification and evaluation of potential solutions. The second part of this course is Modeling Business Processes is designed to be both practical and participative. It provides a comprehensive framework for process improvement and explores tools and techniques within this framework. It is aligned with the modeling standards of the Unified Modeling Language.
- Training is designed as Highly Illustrative, interactive and is covered with extensive practical experience.
- More emphasis on discussions and queries.
- Case study material, exercises and appropriate handouts for extra reading/knowledge will be provided.
- Starts on 25 Jun 2018 to 29 Jun 2018 Nairobi
It is particularly useful for Business Analysts that may be working in a strategic role, sometimes referred to as ‘Business Architecture’ because of its focus on the entire business system.
New Business Process Analysts and Enterprise Analysts who need a solid BPM framework to work within.
New and experienced Business System Analysts who need practical tools and techniques that will help them understand the impact that their I.T. projects will have on business processes.
Project Managers who have responsibility for projects with significant business process change impact and who need a roadmap to ensure success.
Business personnel who are responsible for, or become involved in, modeling their organization’s business processes.
There are no specific pre-requisites for entry to the course, however, candidates should be suitably prepared and possess the appropriate skills and knowledge obtained with Our Business Analysis Essential Course or equivalent
Our instructors are experienced Business Analysts rather than ‘trained trainers’. They can, therefore, quote real-life examples as well as being able to confidently field delegates’ questions that might relate to projects or
scenarios outside the scope of the course.