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PMI Professional Business Analyst Training Course Description

Business analysis is a topic of global importance for projects and programs. The industry demand reflects this importance, with practitioners increasingly embracing business analysis as a technique for uncovering business needs, managing requirements, and creating effective solutions for business problems.

The jobs of business analysts and solution builders are interconnected with project environments and management of projects. Today project management practitioners increasingly turn to business analysis to define their business needs, identify risks and opportunities, and create sustainable solutions for business problems.

BA tools and techniques teach the discipline of working with stakeholders to define requirements and shaping the output of projects to deliver the expected benefits. With the PMI-PBA℠, a business analysis (BA) certification, the Project Management Institute (PMI®) has formalized the importance of BA work in the project management world. They built the PMI-PBA certification around specific areas, skills and published materials that describe the value of BA to projects.

 

PMI-PBA Course Learning outcome;

  • Identify the content & structure familiarity of PMI Business Analysis for Practitioners: A Practice Guide
    State the importance & differentiate among five business analysis domains covered by the PMI-PBA®
    Assess readiness for taking the PMI-PBA®.
  • Identify knowledge gaps using module practice exams.
  • Prepare effectively for the exam.
  • Identify other sources to assist in preparing for the PMI-PBA®

 

PMI-PBA Certification – Prerequisites

  • Secondary degree (high school diploma, associate’s degree or
  • 7,500 hours of business analysis experience
  • 2,000 hours working on project teams*
  • 35 contact hours of education in business analysis

OR

  • Bachelor’s degree or the global equivalent
  • 4,500 hours of business analysis experience
  • 2,000 hours working on project teams*
  • 35 contact hours of education in business analysis

*Project experience can include your business analysis experience. A current PMP® or PgMP® will satisfy this requirement but is not required for the PMI-PBA.

 

PMI PBA Training Development Units

PDUs – 35.

 

PMI PBA In-house/Corporate Group Training

Available for a group size of more than 4-5. For commercials please send us an email with group size to hello@pincorps.com

Course Curriculum

Module 1: Foundation Concepts for PMI-PBA® Prep
PMI-PBA® and the Business Analysis Profession Details 00:00:00
PMI®’s Professional in Business Analysis Certification and PMI-PBA® reference books Details 00:00:00
Business Analysis for Practitioners: A Practice Guide Details 00:00:00
Five domain areas of business analysis Details 00:00:00
PMI-PBA® Exam – the Challenge Details 00:00:00
Introduction to Business Analysis in Projects Details 00:00:00
Module 2: Over-viewing business analysis
How organizations implement business analysis Details 00:00:00
Business analysis in projects Details 00:00:00
Business analyst and project manager relationships Details 00:00:00
Requirements definitions and types Details 00:00:00
Module 3: Domains
Domain 1: Needs Assessment Details 00:00:00
Domain 2: Business Analysis Planning Details 00:00:00
Domain 3: Requirements Elicitation and Analysis (Part I: Elicitation) Details 00:00:00
Domain 3: Requirements Elicitation and Analysis (Part II: Analysis) Details 00:00:00
Domain 4: Traceability and Monitoring Details 00:00:00
Domain 5: Solution Evaluation Details 00:00:00
Module 4: Exam Application/Preparation Process
The PMI Professional in Business Analysis (PMI-PBA®)SM Application Process Details 00:00:00
Exam Requirements Details 00:00:00
Exam Overview Details 00:00:00
Preparing for the Exam Details 00:00:00
Understanding the Questions Details 00:00:00
Taking the Exam Details 00:00:00

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