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Unlock Your Potential with Business Analyst Training

IT organizations are challenged to improve business processes in order to reduce costs and provide more consistent service. A Business Analyst does just that! Learn what you need to become a Business Analyst (BA) or professional in related business processes like Software Quality Assurance, Software Testing, Modeling Techniques and Use Case with live, instructor-led classes at ONLC Training Centers—an IIBA Endorsed Education Provider (EEP).

A Business Analyst is key for improved business processes. An BA addresses business problems with technology solutions. Problems can be anything about business systems including the model, the process, or method. Solutions can be the use of technology applications, architecture or tools. Analysts bridge the gap between the two by analyzing, transforming and resolving business problems with the help of technology.

Start training to be a Business Analyst with live, instructor-led Business Analysis classes from ONLC. Classes are led and supported by professional instructors who have years of real-world business analysis work. Participants can attend training from any of ONLC's hundreds of training centers coast-to-coast or from their own home with an easy setup .

What do Business Analysts Do?

Business analysis involves assessing and analyzing an organization's structure, processes, and systems to identify opportunities for improvement. By examining the current state of affairs and envisioning the desired state, business analysts bridge the gap, helping organizations achieve their strategic goals and stay ahead of the competition.

Through our business analyst training, you will gain a deep understanding of various techniques and methodologies used in the field of business analysis. From requirements gathering and modeling to process mapping and stakeholder management, you will acquire a broad range of skills that will enable you to excel in your career as an analyst.

Our experienced instructors will guide you through real-world case studies and provide you with hands-on training, ensuring that you are well-prepared to tackle the challenges faced by business analysts in today's dynamic business environment.

Business Process / Business Analysis Classes, Schedule & Prices

NOTE: As these classes are focused primarily on process and theory they are not as hands-on intensive as other classes.

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Class Information

Click Title for Dates & Outlines Days Fee
Business Process Analysis and Management 4 $2395    
Business Analysis for the IT Professional 4 $2195    
Modeling Techniques for the Business Analyst 4 $2395    
Software Quality Assurance 3 $2095    
Effective Use Case Development 4 $2195    
Effective Methods of Software Testing Workshop 3 $2095

Business Analysis Certification

Certified Business Analysis Professional (CBAP)

The IIBA® has created the Certified Business Analysis Professional™ (CBAP®), a designation awarded to candidates who have successfully demonstrated their expertise in this field with at least five years of experience and who have successfully demonstrated their understanding and expertise in the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge® (BABOK®).

Certification candidates will need to detail hands-on work experience in business analysis through the CBAP® application process, and pass the IIBA® CBAP® examination. For the CBAP application and other details, see the iiBA web site .

What is Business Analysis?

The process of business analysis involves identifying and examining organizational problems, opportunities, and needs in order to recommend and implement effective solutions. It is a critical function in any organization, as it helps to ensure that resources are utilized in the most efficient and effective manner.

Business analysis can be defined as a set of tools and techniques that are used to identify, understand, and analyze the business processes, systems, and policies of an organization. One of the key techniques used in business analysis is the process of requirements gathering, which involves identifying and documenting the requirements of stakeholders within an organization.

This process is critical to the success of any project or initiative, as it ensures that all relevant parties are aware of what is required, and that the project is aligned with the overall goals and objectives of the organization. Other important tools and techniques used in business analysis include data analysis, process mapping, and stakeholder analysis.

Key responsibilities of a business analyst include analyzing business data, identifying problems, and proposing solutions. Business analysts also play a vital role in bridging the gap between stakeholders and the technical team. They need to have excellent communication skills to facilitate effective collaboration between different teams and ensure that everyone is on the same page.

Moreover, business analysts are responsible for ensuring that the decision-making process is sound and based on reliable data. The industry demand for business analysts is growing, and companies are looking for professionals who can help improve their business processes. Business analysts must keep themselves updated with the latest trends and tools to stay competitive in the job market.

Business Analysis News & Offers

ISO 17204 Approval
This CBAP program has been carefully designed to be in compliance with the International Standards Organization (ISO) 17204 standard for certifying the competence of personnel. IIBA® will be seeking ISO 17204 approval.

ITIL: Part of Business Process Improvement

The Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL®) is a framework of best practice approaches intended to facilitate the delivery of high quality information technology (IT) services. It is an important component of improved business processes. Hands-on, instructor-led ITIL training is available at ONLC Training Centers. See ITIL classes .

Questions about our Business Analysis Offerings?

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