The role of a Business Analyst has come to be critically important in the Project Management field. Today, project management practitioners increasingly turn to business analysis to define their business needs, identify risks and opportunities, and create sustainable solutions for business problems.
The PMI-PBASM certification demonstrates that you have the right knowledge and skills in business analysis, and can competently use BA tools and techniques to enhance project success. It teaches the discipline of working with stakeholders to define requirements, and shaping the output of projects to deliver the expected benefits.
Our PMI-PBASM Certification course will hand hold you through Business Analysis concepts, tools, techniques and processes based on real world examples. You will get support and training for a specialized Business Analyst’s role within the project management team. It will also prepare you to sit for the PMI-PBASM certification Exam.
- Introduction to Business Analysis
- Definition, Role, Requirements, Methodologies
- PMI’s Code of Ethics
- Needs Assessment (this section comprises 18 percent of the Exam)
- Defining Business Problems or Opportunities and Developing a Solutions Scope Statement or Business Case
- Determining the Value Proposition of the Initiative
- Identifying Business Needs and Developing Project Goals and Objectives
- Identifying Stakeholders and Stakeholder Values
- Planning (this section comprises 22 percent of the Exam)
- Establishing Business Analysis Activities
- Defining strategy for Requirements Traceability
- Preparing the Requirements Management Plan
- Defining Requirements Change Control and Communication Processes
- Selecting methods for Requirements Change Control, and Document Control Processes
- Defining Business Metrics and Acceptance Criteria
- Analysis (this section comprises 35 percent of the Exam)
- Eliciting and Identifying Requirements
- Analyzing, Decomposing, and Elaborating Requirements
- Evaluating Options and Capabilities using Decision-Making
- Allocating Requirements to Create a Requirements Baseline
- Obtaining Stakeholder Consensus in order to Obtain Sign-off
- Defining Requirements Specifications
- Validating Requirements using Tools and Techniques
- Detailing out Business Metrics and Acceptance Criteria
- Traceability and Monitoring (this section comprises 15 percent of the Exam)
- Tracking the Status, Sources, and Relationships of Requirements using Artifacts or Tools
- Monitoring the Lifecycle of Requirements
- Updating the Status of Requirements and Recording Changes by Communicating with Stakeholders
- Communicating Important Requirements Information and Status with Stakeholders and Project Managers
- Managing Changes to the Requirements by evaluating Impacts, Dependencies and Risks
- Evaluation (this section comprises 10 percent of the Exam)
- Validating Solutions Test Results against Defined Requirements Acceptance Criteria
- Analyzing, Communicating, and Resolving Solution Gap Analysis
- Obtaining Stakeholder Sign-off and Proceeding Toward Deployment
- Using Valuation Techniques to Determine How Well the Solution Met Business Needs and Values
- PMI-PBASM Exam Tips and Techniques
From the course :
In this course, you will learn how to
- Get knowledge and skills required to be an effective and result-oriented business analyst
- Learn the principles and practices of business analysis
- Become a part of an elite recognized professional group
- Demonstrate your continued dedication to the profession through recertification requirements
- Recognition of your competence in the field from peers and management
- Follow established standards that are outlined in the PMI® Professional in Business Analysis Handbook
- Achieve reliable, quality results with enhanced efficiency and consistency
From the workshop :
35 PDUs on completion of 35 hours of training
PMI® approved courseware
- Downloadable e-book
Assistance with the PMI-PBASM Exam Application Form with end-to-end support via phone, email and chat
- A Secondary Degree (High School Diploma, Associate’s Degree, or the Global equivalent)
- A Bachelors degree or higher degree or equivalent global degree
Business Analysis Experience :
- 7500 hours (5 years) working as a practitioner of business analysis
- 4500 hours (3 years) working as a practitioner of business analysis
- 2000 hours working on project teams within the past eight consecutive years
Training in Business Analysis :
- 35 contact hours
All those who are involved in Business Analysis and Project management will be able to enhance their career by undertaking this training. This course will provide value to:
Business Systems Analysts
Business customers, users or partners
New Product Development PMs
Project Managers and Team Leaders
Systems Architects and Developers
Systems Testers and Analysts
Q. Can you tell me regarding the Training?
The PMI-PBA certification is from the PMI®, USA. It demonstrates that you have adequate knowledge and skills in business analysis, and can competently use BA tools and techniques to enhance project success. It teaches the discipline of working with stakeholders to define requirements, and shaping the output of projects to deliver the expected benefits. This training will prepare you to sit for the PMI-PBA certification Exam.
Q. What are the kinds of certifications offered by PMI?
PMI® offers the following Project Management programs that include: PMP®, PgMP®, Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM)®, PMI Scheduling Professional (PMI-SP)®, PMI Risk Management Professional(PMI-RMP)®, PMI-ACP®.
Q.How we can register for the training?
You can register through online, we will provide online registration link you can use that link and do registration for the same.
Q.There is any group discount?
Yes, if you will be coming with 5 people we will give you 10% discount.
Q. What is training Timing & venue?
Training time will be 9:30 AM to 5:30 PM and venue will be communicated according to locations.