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Business Analysis




7 Weeks – 35 Hr.

TIC is providing two Business Analyst training courses.



Fundamentals of Business Analysis – Overview

This is 7 Weeks – 35 Hr. course including a live project that focuses on learning practical analysis skills that can be used in workplace. Our Fundamentals of Business Analysis course is for those who have never received any formal training in BA and wish to make their carrier as BA.

Fundamentals of Business Analysis – Intended Audience

It is suitable as an introduction for anyone moving into the Business Analysis role or for other change management professionals wanting to gain a more in depth understanding of the role and responsibilities of the Business Analyst

Fundamentals of Business Analysis – Course Objective

By the end of the course you will be able to:


  • Understand a Business Analyst role, key responsibilities and relationship with their fellow members
  • Work with fellow members to gather and document different types and levels of requirement
  • Understand how project approaches and affects BA role
  • Break – down complex business scenarios or problems into process
  • Validate requirements by producing used cases and assess requirements against defined criteria
  • Work with fellow members to develop optimum solutions to defined requirements
  • Confidently present findings to business users and their project team

Fundamentals of Business Analysis – Course Structure

Week 1 -Theory Concepts

BA concepts

  • BA – introduction as a professional
  • BA- Roles and Responsibilities.
  • BA Introductory Concepts.
  • Requirement Gathering

Week 1- Hands on training

  • Overview of documents delivered by the BA
  • How to write requirements -1
  • How to write requirements – 2

Week 2 -Theory Concepts

  • Use Case Writing
  • Meeting Guide
  • BA Tools and Techniques

Week 2 – Hands on Training

  • Use case writing – Hands on
  • BA tool kit – Hands on

Week 3 - Theory Concepts

  • Entity Relationship Model
  • MS Visio
  • Excel for Business Analysis

Week 3-Hands on Training

  • MS Visio
  • MS Excel – Basics for BA documentation
  • MS Excel – BA reporting techniques

Week 4 - Theory Concepts

  • MS Visio
  • Excel for Business Analysis

Week 4 – Hands on Training

  • MS Visio for business Process modeling
  • Advanced Excel – PIVOT TABLES and V Look UP
  • Communication channels – Practical Overview

Week 5 -Theory Concepts

  • SQL

Week 5 – Hands on training

  • SQL Practical Overview
  • SQL Practice Session

Week 6- Theory Concepts

  • Requirements in SCRUM
  • Requirements in KANBAN
  • Requirements in AGILE and other SDLC Models

Week 6 – Hands on training

  • CONSOLIDATION of all BA Practical Work
  • Requirements Package
  • Documentation Instructions



Business Analysis is about understanding business requirements so that solutions developed will meet business needs. A Business Analyst (BA) gathers requirements and documents them textually or within models. An organization, any organization, is a collection of processes. Process mapping is a simple, yet powerful, method of looking beyond functional activities and rediscovering your core processes. Managing these processes is crucial to the success of your organization. Learn Business Analysis skills to masterfully manage projects and forecast business outcomes.

In this course, Participant will understand the role and responsibilities of the Business Analyst and the communication link between all business areas and a critical player in project success. Business Analysis program provides a structured approach for determining project requirements critical to the ultimate success of a project. The course prepares professionals who define project requirements by providing a curriculum specifically designed for their unique needs.

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