A List of Business Analyst Training Online: BA Techniques

Business Analyst Training comes in different flavours. This post is a compilation of reputable VIRTUAL business analyst training you can attend (from anywhere in the world) to polish your use of business analysis techniques. Please note that these courses have not been listed in any particular order of preference and this post is only for your information.

  1. Course Name: Use Cases for Business Analysis
    Course Provider: International Institute for Learning (IIL)
    Course Description: This course identifies how business analysts can apply use cases to the processes of defining the problem domain through elicitation, analyzing the problem, defining the solution, and confirming the validity and usability of the solution.
    Duration: 12 Hours
    Mode: Virtual Classroom
  2. Course Name: Learning Use Cases and UML
    Course Provider: Pierson Requirements Group
    Course Description: This course teaches the methodology of how to create and when to utilize use cases and the UML models throughout the project life cycle for requirements definition, analysis and design. Excellent training for agile and waterfall project life cycles.
    Duration: 2 Sessions
    Mode: Virtual Classroom
  3. Course Name: Advanced Use Case Modelling
    Course Provider: Corporate Education Group
    Course Description: Throughout this course, practical tasks and techniques are presented to equip the BA with the skills and knowledge required to develop an initial use case diagram, determine conceptual business objects, develop detailed use case descriptions with alternate and exception flows, model extend and include relationships, add supplemental information including priorities, non-behavioral requirements, business rules, and organize the wealth of requirements-related information captured by the complete set of use cases. 
    Duration: 12 hours (4 Sessions)
    Mode: Virtual Classroom
  4. Course Name: Business Analysis Modeling Boot Camp
    Course Description: Learn how to model business processes and data using a comprehensive approach that facilitates understanding and bridges the gap between business analysis and software development.
    Course Provider: ASPE - SDLC
    Duration: 4 Days
    Mode: Virtual Classroom
  5. Course Name: Building the Logical Data Model
    Course Description: Apply Proven Techniques for Data Modeling and Improving Business Processes.
    Course Provider: ASPE - SDLC
    Duration: 3 Days
    Mode: Virtual Classroom
  6. Course Name: Prototyping Workshop for Business Analysts
    Course Description: Eliciting and Analyzing User-Centric Requirements via Prototypes
    Course Provider: ASPE - SDLC
    Duration: 3 days
    Mode: Virtual Classroom
  7. Course Name: Designing and Facilitating JAD Workshops
    Course Description: A comprehensive hands-on guide to conducting JAD/group sessions that effectively and rapidly elicit real-world requirements.
    Course Provider: ASPE - SDLC
    Duration: 3 Days
    Mode: Virtual Classroom
  8. Course Name: Essential Business Analysis Modeling Techniques
    Course Description: This course delivers instruction on a core set of proven modeling tools and techniques for use in business analysis work. It supports and expands on the standards outlined in the IIBA® BABOK® Guide V2.0
    Course Provider: B2T Training
    Duration: 2 Days
    Mode: Virtual Classroom
  9. Course Name: Developing Requirements with Use Cases
    Course Description: In this course, you will build on your existing knowledge of the use case approach and learn the latest techniques for developing use cases, discovering other types of requirements, and documenting them expertly. You will gain a thorough understanding of common requirements, use case pitfalls, and challenges. You will learn the practical approaches for discovering and writing use cases and requirements, as well as strategies for applying the use case methodology throughout the project life cycle in your organization.
    Course Provider: Global Knowledge
    Duration: 3 Days
    Mode: Virtual Classroom
  10. Course Name: Use Case Modeling
    Course Description: This course provides business analysts with the required competencies for creating use case diagrams and use case scenarios, which serve as a vehicle for eliciting, analyzing, documenting and communicating functional requirements. You will practice creating use cases in the Unified Modeling Language (UML) to graphically represent the interactions between use cases and actors. To fully gain the benefits of UML, you will create use case diagrams through an object-oriented approach.
    Course Provider: ESI International
    Mode: Online Learning

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