Business Analyst Training Courses in Canada

Schools providing training courses, certificates, diplomas or degree programs of Business Analyst in Canada




Total 83 training courses and degree programs available in Canada.

Business Analysis and Management (CBAP) (Certificate)

Course Format: Online / Virtual Classroom / Webinar
School/Trainer: Bellevue University
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This program is offered in the accelerated, cohort-based format. The Business Analysis and Management program is intended for information technology or business professionals and will prepare the student for roles in business analysis, process analysis, requirements analysis, or project management. The degree focuses on the broad concepts of information systems as an enabler for business, and emphasizes the business analyst role within an organization. The program provides a foundation in business strategy, organizational management, business requirements collection and analysis, and information systems specification development. The program is designed to meet the knowledge areas required for designation as a Certified Business Analyst Professional (CBAP). The program is offered in class and online.

Business Analysis Boot Camp

Course Format: On-Site / In-House / Private Tutoring
School/Trainer: Professional Development Center of The University of Texas at Austin
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Day 1
Business Analysis Overview IIBA knowledge areas
Life cycle phases
Definitions
Roles and responsibilities

Building a Requirements Plan
Project Management from a Business Analyst’s View Where the business analysis tasks fit into project management
The business analyst’s project roles


Day 2
Enterprise Analysis Understanding stakeholders and organizational politics
Creating/adapting the business architecture
Conducting feasibility studies
Developing the business case
Conducting the initial risk assessment


Day 3
Eliciting Requirements Identifying stakeholders
Elicitation techniques

•When to use which techniques
•Watch-outs
•Tips for success
•Developing and Using Use Cases Where use cases fit into requirements development
Use case structure and components


Day 4
Documenting Requirements Determining what types of requirements are needed
Requirements styles
Translating use cases to requirements


Day 5
Analyzing Requirements What to analyze
Analysis tools and techniques

Verifying Requirements Criteria for valid requirem... [Read More]

Siebel 8.1.x Business Analyst (Certificate)

Course Format: Online / Virtual Classroom / Webinar
School/Trainer: ExitCertified USA
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This course examines Siebel applications in two dimensions. The first dimension, breadth, is covered in the first two days of the course where students become familiar with the defining features of Siebel applications, such as Siebel Sales and Siebel Call Center. Students also explore Siebel automation options, such as Siebel Workflow, Assignment Manager, and Task UI. All of this exploration is reinforced with hands-on exercises with Siebel applications.

The second dimension, depth, is provided in the last three days of technical training, which provides business analysts knowledge and skills they need to participate in a Siebel implementation project. Students come away from the course with an appreciation of the logical structure of Siebel applications. Students explore key topics, such as the Siebel Web architecture and data access. In the final half of this technical section of this course, students use Siebel Tools to explore application customizations. Key topics include modifying the business logic and user interface to Siebel applications and using Siebel automation.

Consulting Skills for the Business Analyst

Course Format: On-Site / In-House / Private Tutoring
School/Trainer: Beacon Training Services
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In today’s ever changing business environment, where customers and developers may be across the hall or halfway around the world, the role of the Business Analyst has become critical to the success of the organization. The BA today must be a jack of many trades. There are a multitude of courses that can teach you how to use a particular methodology or tool to assist in creating requirements documents. This course focuses on the practical skills needed by today’s Business Analyst to be able to effectively interact with their business stakeholders to produce excellent business solutions.

Students will learn how to communicate effectively with all behavior types, how to handle conflict and deal with difficult people, effective methods for asking the right kinds of questions to elicit information, critical thinking and problem solving skills, and how to properly manage expectations using a 3 step approach.

Many practical exercises will help students practice the concepts presented. This course teaches the key traits and skills of a highly effective Business Analyst in their quest for producing on-target business solutions

Business Analysis and Requirements Gathering

Course Format: On-Site / In-House / Private Tutoring
School/Trainer: Beacon Training Services
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This course describes the Business System Life Cycle and presents practical ways to gather system requirements and analyze user needs. The student will practice techniques for interviewing end users of the system to drive out system requirements. Students will gain insight into the critical importance of requirements gathering as the foundation of good systems analysis and design.

While all stages of the Business System Life Cycle are discussed, the emphasis of this course is on the planning and analysis stages, with special attention focused on techniques for gathering system requirements.

Consulting Skills for the Business Analyst

Course Format: On-Site / In-House / Private Tutoring
School/Trainer: Beacon Training Services
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In today’s ever changing business environment, where customers and developers may be across the hall or halfway around the world, the role of the Business Analyst has become critical to the success of the organization. The BA today must be a jack of many trades. There are a multitude of courses that can teach you how to use a particular methodology or tool to assist in creating requirements documents. This course focuses on the practical skills needed by today’s Business Analyst to be able to effectively interact with their business stakeholders to produce excellent business solutions.

Students will learn how to communicate effectively with all behavior types, how to handle conflict and deal with difficult people, effective methods for asking the right kinds of questions to elicit information, critical thinking and problem solving skills, and how to properly manage expectations using a 3 step approach.

Many practical exercises will help students practice the concepts presented. This course teaches the key traits and skills of a highly effective Business Analyst in their quest for producing on-target business solutions

Core Competencies for the Business Analyst

Course Format: Online / Virtual Classroom / Webinar
School/Trainer: Boston University Corporate Education Center
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While specific functions of business analysts vary depending on the industry and on the size and structure of an organization, there are nonetheless core competencies required of the business analyst (BA) as he or she attempts to understand the business needs of stakeholders and determine solutions to business problems.

The International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA) is an international not-for-profit association for BA professionals. Its Business Analysis Body of Knowledge (BABOK) identifies best practices for the business analyst in six Knowledge Areas.

This virtual course explores the BA role, core BA functions, and the BABOK. Practical tasks and techniques are presented to equip the BA with the skills and knowledge required to practice all the Knowledge Areas of the BABOK, from identifying potential future projects to validating implemented solutions.

Our virtual platform includes many interactive features to help you learn the content and apply your new skills immediately back on the job:

Group and individual learning activities utilizing break-out rooms and whiteboards
Discussions and chats
Quizzes and polling
Facili... [Read More]

Facilitation Skills for the Business Analyst

Course Format: On-Site / In-House / Private Tutoring
School/Trainer: Boston University Corporate Education Center
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A key competency of the business analyst is effective facilitation; an essential set of skills necessary for working with a group of stakeholders to elicit, document, analyze, verify and achieve consensus on requirements. Facilitation Skills for the Business Analyst addresses the unique facilitation challenges facing business analysts through interactive role play, coaching and experience-based learning. Participants will practice their new skills in a variety of requirements gathering sessions, including interviews, small group sessions, larger, formal group sessions, virtual meetings and on-site observation.

Apply Business Analysis to Iterative Projects

Course Format: On-Site / In-House / Private Tutoring
School/Trainer: Boston University Corporate Education Center
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Selecting the appropriate methodology for a project is a crucial decision that will determine the structure of the team and the underlying assumptions for planning, estimating and conducting the work. Development life cycles fall within a range from sequential (such as waterfall) to iterative. Iterative development projects concentrate work in short cycles, called iterations, during which a functioning product is produced. If changes in the requirements arise, they are reviewed by the team, and high priority changes are implemented in a subsequent iteration.

Projects also apply a degree of process rigor, ranging from disciplined to agile. The level of process rigor, or agility, is adjusted based on many factors including how quickly the product must be delivered, the structure and characteristics of the organization and project team, and the amount of technical documentation necessary.

This course examines the role of the business analyst (BA) in iterative projects that apply a range of process rigor, from disciplined to agile. Practical tasks and techniques are presented to equip the BA with the skills and knowledge required to perform the BA role effective... [Read More]

Analyze New Opportunities for Your Organization

Course Format: On-Site / In-House / Private Tutoring
School/Trainer: Boston University Corporate Education Center
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An organization selects and prioritizes projects based on whether they align with and contribute to its strategic goals and objectives. By applying business analysis practices, organizations identify business opportunities, build the framework of their Business Architecture, and determine the enterprise?optimum investment path for its projects, including implementing new solutions for business and technical systems. Ultimately the organization selects and prioritizes projects that optimize the return on organizational investments.

At the enterprise level, business analysts are often called upon to provide vital support to decision makers who rely on the business analyst’s expertise to help evaluate proposed corporate initiatives and projects. This course explores the business analysis practices employed as projects are proposed, approved, implemented, and measured against business objectives.

Throughout the course, practical tasks and techniques are presented to equip the business analyst with the skills and knowledge to identify, understand, and prioritize problems and opportunities; determine the risks and exposures to the business; investigate alte... [Read More]

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