Business Analysis Courses


Our Business Analysis Courses

Waterfall & Agile methods

Become a true master of Business Analysis with this self-paced online course. You’ll discover how to ensure requirements are clear, concise, and complete, which forms of communication to use, and how to create a product backlog.


Planning, Monitoring & quality management

It’s not enough to elicit excellent requirements – in order to be effective as business analysts, we need to plan our activities and processes – and ensure our requirements management delivers the highest level of quality requirements.


Business Analyst Academy

Through the BA Academy program, we have virtual, live training via webinar. Classes vary each quarter. Click the Find Out More button below to see what we're currently offering as live, instructor-led, virtual classroom training.


Communication & Elicitation

Communication and requirements elicitation are at the core of all of your business analysis activities. This 16 hour course is given in a 2-day classroom training.


Agile Bootcamp

You’ll enhance your knowledge and increase your Business Analysis skills as you learn what it takes to create an Agile team, build user stories, plan iterations, and prioritize product backlogs.


Why get certified?

Whether you’re currently a Business Analyst and want to move into a senior position, or you’ve recently graduated and want to start a lucrative Business Analyst career, our IIBA-endorsed courses are guaranteed to remove the guesswork and put you on the path to Business Analysis success. And they help you meet the education requirements needed to sit for IIBA exams.

We also offer our own certification for the Mastering Business Analysis with Waterfall and Agile Methods course so even if you are not looking for IIBA certification, you can still receive certification directly from the Analyst Coach with that course.

These courses are perfect for you if:

  • You’re a new Business Analyst, and you need a clear path to understanding your job.
  • You want to improve your current skills and move to a more senior position and make more money.
  • You’re a recent graduate, and you want to learn real-world Business Analysis.
  • You want to obtain or maintain IIBA certification.
  • You’re changing direction from a Test Analyst to an entry-level Business Analyst.

IIBA certification proves you have top-level Business Analyst skills and expertise, which means more money, job security, and rapid promotions.


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