Business Analysis

Business Analysis

Business Analysis

Introduction

In today’s Business world, where the rate of Business change is at the highest rate in history, Business Analysts are high in demand. Businesses look to technology, and improved customer experience as the ultimate catalyst for innovation and competitive advantage. A Business Analyst (BA) is a change enabler. S/He sits in between the business team, and the technical team as a liaison, helping to identify gaps, recommend solutions and manage Project requirements to fulfillment. With a mixed bag of skills such as requirements management, process mapping, user experience design (UX) and financial analysis, Business Analysts are highly valuable to high growth companies. SkillHat’s BA program is a student favorite with an average rating of 9.75/10. Each of our cohorts is filled to capacity, and with the success our BA alumni, demand has only grown. Students love this program because after 8 weeks of training, you receive 4 dedicated (1 on 1) career coaching sessions to help you identify the right role, craft a stellar BA resume, and nail the interview. You’ll also receive success support on your first business analyst role with first month check-ins, templates, and tools.

8 Weekends Fri 6PM-8:30PM, Sat 10AM-12PM (EST)

  $1,700.00

What You'll Learn
  • This Course will Enable you 


  • Apply the most in demand skill of a Business Analyst – Requirements Management


  • Develop, and present a sound Business Case utilizing qualitative and quantitative analysis


  • Utilize Excel for Financial Analysis


  • Design Web & Mobile app wireframes


  • Design process maps and customer journeys



  • Lead software testing processes

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Frequently Asked Questions

Yes! We accommodate students from around the world enrolled in our programs

Without a doubt! This Business Analysis Certification can be added to your CV or resume.

The Scrum Alliance is the world’s largest, oldest, and most recognized Scrum certification organization.

Scrum is a framework for collaborative teamwork, and Agile is a project management philosophy based on a core set of principles. Agile is a subset of Scrum. It is the most widely used lightweight process framework for agile development.

There are numerous advantages to obtaining scrum master certification, including the ability to work better with your peers and remain relevant and marketable, among other things.

In organizations that use Agile practices, CSM certification is highly valued. Companies are seeking certified CSM professionals more than ever before, and are willing to pay higher salaries, as efficiency, productivity, and achieving rapid resolutions through the Scrum framework. The Scrum Master job role was named to Glassdoor’s list of the 50 Best Jobs in America for 2022.

Scrum team members, including (but not limited to) project managers, development team members, architects, and business analysts, are specifically targeted for certification. Others interested in learning about agile practices, such as executive management, product owners, and project stakeholders, will benefit from the CSM certificate as well.

Scrum Master is a role that is filled by someone with a job title. In most cases, the person playing the role of project manager also plays the role of ScrumMaster.

The estimated total pay for a Scrum Master is $110,707 per year in the United States and an average of $93,600 in Canada

No. After successfully completing a two-day Certified Product Owner course, you are eligible for Scrum Alliance membership. Unlike the Certified ScrumMaster (CSM) course, the CSPO course does not require an exam, and you will be granted CSPO status automatically once you register with the Scrum Alliance.

The Certified Scrum Master certification is designed to immerse you in the Scrum framework and, as a result, demonstrate your proficiency as a Scrum Master.

The Certified Scrum Product Owner’s certification focuses on Agile Product Owners who provide work direction to the Scrum Development Team, manage stakeholders, determine scope and schedule, and own the budget.

No, because the ownership is different. The Product Owner is in charge of the Product Backlog, User Story Prioritization, and Validation of the working product increments with the user stories

Product Owner jobs are on the rise. LinkedIn ranked it as the #15 emerging job in 2020, with a 24 percent annual growth rate. The World Economic Forum: The Future of Jobs Report 2020 went even further, naming it the most important job for the emerging global workforce.

The estimated total pay for a Product Owner is CA$94,036 per year in Canada and $108,928 per year in the United States.

Yes, we are an IIBA Endorsed Education Provider

The Certified Business Analysis Professional® (CBAP®) designation is conferred by the International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA®). Our Business Analysis course adheres to the most recent IIBA Body of Knowledge (BABOK®). As the BABOK changes, we will continue to update our courses.

The Business Analyst helps enable a business change, by managing requirements. H/she ensures that the product is built in accordance with the specifications. The project manager is responsible for ensuring that the product is delivered on time and within budget.

We do not guarantee you a job; however, once you have completed our training, we will provide you with guidance through our career coaching sessions, which will include mentorship, resume, and interview preparation.

No, you do not need to have coding experience to join this course.