The business analyst role is critical for successful agile projects and development. Despite this, there has been little in the way of detailed best practice guidance that directly addresses the role, responsibilities and skills of theAgile BusinessAnalyst.
In partnership with the Agile Business Consortium and APMG International, PM Academy is delighted to offer AgileBA – a professional training and certification scheme to support thoseworking in(oraspiringto)anAgile Business Analyst role. Our syllabus is based on the AgileBA Handbook, published by the Agile Business Consortium. The handbook offers useful, practical and comprehensive guidance on the role of the Business Analyst working in anagileway.
Many generic and popular agile techniques included.
The practitioner training and certification aims to provide you with an understanding of:
This is a five day course.
This project management course will benefit all those involved in projects in the development sector, including:
This is an intensive five day course leading to the AgileBA® Foundation examinationonthethirdday. The multiple choice, closed book exam is 40 minutes in duration and consists of 50 questions. You must obtain 50% out of the 50 available marks.
The AgileBA® Practitioner exam which takes place on the final day and isa2.5hourdurationcomplexmultiple choice, 4 question with 20 marks available per question. You must obtain 50% out of the 80 available marks. Open-book (AgileBA Handbookonly)
Delegates receive the following:
This course is delivered with a blend of classroom training interventions and practical syndicate and individual sessions. Evening work is also required during the course. Training by one of our accredited by the APMG International facilitators.
Depending on experience, delegates are encouraged to devote at least 20 hours of pre-course studying before attending the course. All delegates must have successfully completed the AgileBA Foundation exam before moving on to the Practitioner exam.
On completion of the course delegates will be ableto: