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                BCS Certificate in Business Analysis Practice

                The business analysis practice training course follows the official BCS syllabus for Business Analysis Practice that leads to BCS accredited examination. The course is designed for those looking to develop their understanding of and expertise in business analysis and those looking to gain the Certificate in Business Analysis Practice.

                Business Change Course

                The Business Analysis course covers the fundamental aspects of business analysis and comprises two key elements:

                1. Development of a business strategy
                2. Exploration of a business issue: problem or opportunity

                The course will provide you with the skills and techniques that will allow you to successfully:

                1. Formulate a business strategy
                2. Explore business problems and opportunities in the context of a business strategy
                3. Derive visions and options for solving the problem or realising the opportunity
                4. Anticipate subsequent stages of process modelling, requirements definition and solution development


                The format of the exam is a one hour, open book written exam, based on a business scenario. The pass mark is 50%.

                BCS Business Change Logo

                Business Analysis Practice Course Outline

                Session 1 - Rationale

                A life cycle for business change The role of the business analyst within the life-cycle for business change Other roles within the life-cycle of the business change Purpose of analysing and modelling business systems The framework for business analysis activities

                Session 2 - Understanding the Strategic Context

                Internal environment analysis

                External environment analysis

                SWOT analysis

                Critical success factors, key performance indicators and performance targets

                The balanced business scorecard as a framework for identifying critical success factors and key performance indicators

                Session 3 - Project Discipline for Business Analysis Studies

                Terms of reference/Project initiation

                Business and project objectives

                Deliverables from business analysis studies

                Session 4 - Understanding the Situation

                Stakeholder identification

                Overview of investigative techniques

                Representing a holistic view of the business situation

                Session 5 - Analysing Stakeholder Perspectives

                Stakeholder analysis

                Identifying different perspectives

                Defining perspectives

                Session 6 - Analysing and Modelling Business Activities

                Developing a conceptual business activity model from a perspective

                Identifying business events

                Analysing business rules

                Building consensus by resolving conflicts

                Session 7 - Identifying Potential Solutions

                Gap analysis - Comparing the ideal and existing systems

                Defining a new business model (the processes, people, technology and organisation)

                Identifying IS/IT requirements to support the new business model

                Session 8 - Making the Business Case

                Structure of a business case

                Identifying options for business change

                Identifying and categorising costs and benefits

                Identifying and categorising risks

                Identifying impacts

                The life-cycle for the business case

                BCS Business Analysis Practice: Syllabus

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