Certified Agile Business Analyst (Online)

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On agile projects, requirements are captured and documented differently using novel techniques such as user stories, various types of backlog, and by making extensive use of agile requirements modelling practices. Agile first captures requirements at a broad, abstract level and then prioritizes them using a 3-step approach before exploring them more deeply in cycles according to their priority. Traditional BA training generally doesn't cover these approaches.

Combining our Agile BA Basics and Agile Requirements Management courses, this program presents learners with a dynamic, interactive and hands-on experience that covers the entire requirements management process in agile projects, including exploring the difference between agile and waterfall requirements, applying concepts that help write effective user stories, supporting the process with various models and use cases, discussing agile planning, prioritization and backlog maintenance, and covering the requirements validation process through the end-of-sprint demo and the iteration review.

This program focuses on the actions, artifacts, and deliverables that need to take place in order to produce requirements that fully represent business value and the needs of stakeholders in an effective and efficient fashion. Additionally, this program will prepare participants to pass the Certified Agile Business Analyst exam, which is often included in the cost of this program.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

At the end of this program, participants will be able to:

  • Explain how user stories can be an effective technique for gathering user requirements.
  • Create and manage user stories effectively.
  • Understand how much detail needs to be in a user story.
  • Determine how many user stories are required.
  • Explain how user stories emerge from use cases.
  • Explain how “themes” and “epics” play a role in requirements activities.
  • Use backlogs as a central structure in the requirements management process.
  • Use agile modeling practices to improve requirements quality.
  • Identify tools and techniques to increase the productivity, effectiveness, and speed of development teams.
  • Adapt techniques to validate requirements with stakeholders.
  • Decide how to estimate stories and plan releases and iterations (sprints).
  • Elicit, document and manage requirements on Agile projects.
  • Prepare for (and pass) the Certified Agile Business Analyst exam.

For more details, visit: https://procept.com/content/agile-business-analysis-essentials-or-certified-agile-business-analyst

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

This program is ideal for those who want to work as business analysts in an agile development environment. It specifically focuses on the BA activities in structured, disciplined approaches to agile.

LOGISTICS

This online instructor-led program will be delivered over four half-day sessions on October 18-21, 2021 from 1:00pm to 4:30pm Eastern time.

The tuition for this session includes the cost of the Certified Agile Business Analyst exam from the Project Management Association of Canada, which will be administered online at the end of the course.

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Procept Associates is one of Canada’s oldest and most recognized trainers of Project Management (PM), Business Analysis (BA), and Information Technology Service Management (ITSM). Since our business operations started in 1965, we have trained over 1 million people in over 17,000 organizations.

Our trainers and consultants are experts in their industries, including engineering, information technology, oil and gas, management and engineering consulting, telecommunications, government, construction, real estate development, standards development, and food. Our courses follow international standards and many prepare participants for professional designations.


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