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BCS Practitioner Certificate in Business Analysis Practice

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  1. 6 months access to videos.
  2. Access via Laptop, Tab, Mobile, and Smart TV.
  3. Certificate of Completion.
  4. Official Course-Book

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USD 199

Official Course-Book With Lab

USD 259

Hands-On-Labs Without Course-Book

NA

Total

USD 199

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Module 1: Rationale for Business Analysis 5%
  • Explain the role of the BA throughout the stages of the business change lifecycle.
  • Understand the scope of the BA role within the context of the range of analysis activities: strategic analysis and definition; business analysis; IT systems analysis.
  • Identify that there are three areas of competency for a BA: personal qualities, business knowledge and professional techniques.
  • Apply the MOST technique to analyse the internal environment of an organisation.
  • Apply the resource audit technique to analyse the internal environment of an organisation.
  • Apply the PESTLE technique to analyse the external environment of an organisation.
  • Apply Porter’s Five Forces technique to analyse the external environment of an organisation.
  • Explain the purpose of a SWOT analysis.
  • Identify strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats for a given scenario.
  • Define and explain the relationship between the following terms:
  • Define the elements of the balanced business scorecard and describe how it may be used to identify critical success factors and key performance indicators.
  • Identify the generic stakeholder categories defined in the stakeholder wheel.
  • Identify relevant investigation techniques for a given scenario, including:
  • Explain the rationale for taking a holistic view when investigating a business situation.
  • Interpret the business situation represented in: rich pictures; mind maps and fishbone diagrams.
  • In a given scenario, describe stakeholders in terms of their power/influence and level of interest.
  • Select an appropriate stakeholder management strategy based on the position on the Power/Interest Grid.
  • Apply the CATWOE technique to explore stakeholder business perspectives.
  • Explain different stakeholder business perspectives based on elements of CATWOE to identify similarities and differences in their worldviews.
  • Explain the rationale for building conceptual models of a business situation
  • Understand how to construct a conceptual business activity model, based on a given scenario
  • Show understanding of how the five types of high level activity within a business activity model (and the dependencies between them) represent a stakeholder’s business perspective.
  • Explain the role of the planning activities in determining performance targets for a business system represented in the business activity model.
  • Explain the role of the enabling activities, in acquiring and replenishing resources for a business system represented in the business activity model.
  • Explain the role of the doing activities in conducting the work of the transformation, as defined in the stakeholder’s CATWOE.
  • Explain the role of monitoring and control activities, in regulating a business system represented in the business activity model.
  • Explain the three types of business events:
  • In a given business activity model, identify the business events that will be handled by a particular business activity.
  • Explain the rationale for the consensus business activity model.
  • In a given business scenario, distinguish between the different categories of business rule:
  • Describe the process for carrying out gap analysis, through comparison of the conceptual business activity model and existing business situation.
  • Define the components of a new business model:
  • Explain the rationale for the development of a business case.
  • Describe the contents of a business case, including:
  • Interpret a scenario in order to identify the following:
  • Understand the rationale for the development of the financial case and the following appraisal techniques:
  • Explain where a business case sits within the business change lifecycle and the rationale for reviewing it at each stage.

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