Business Analyst Courses
Business Analyst Courses: Core Skills
Whether you are new or experienced in your business analyst role, we recommend you start with one of these Business Analyst Core Skills courses. These courses have been designed to cover all the basics as well as formalise skills and practise new learning through real-world exercises and case-studies.
|Course Title||Duration||Endorsed By||Schedule & Booking|
|Business Analysis||4 days||IIBA®|
|Business Requirements Elicitation||3 days||IIBA®|
|ECBA™+ Practicum||3 days||IIBA®|
Business Analyst Courses: Advanced Skills
Get in-depth in specific business analysis skills in your area of specialisation or target a specific area of improvement.
Course Title Duration Endorsed By Schedule & Booking Business Process Modelling 2 days Pending Data Analysis & Modelling 2 days IIBA® Data Analytics & Business Intelligence 2 days IIBA® Mastering Business Intelligence 2 days Pending Modelling Requirements with Use Case & the UML 2 days IIBA® Problem Solving Skills 2 days IIBA® Workshop Facilitation Skills 2 days IIBA® Writing Better Requirements 1 day IIBA®
Agile BA Courses
If you are performing Business Analysis tasks in a large scale Agile environment, IRM Training offers Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe®) endorsed courses in partnership with Scaled Agile Inc. The following courses are especially relevant for Agile Business Analysts.
ECBA™+ Practicum Certification Course
ECBA™+ Practicum is a practical busines analyst certification course that aims to equip new business analysts with practical skills that they can apply in their new role. IRM Training is currently the only IIBA® Endorsed Education Provider (EEP™) in Australia that can provide the ECBA™+ Practicum certification. Find more details on the ECBA™+ Practicum Course page.
IRM Training is an IIBA® Endorsed Education Provider (EEP™). IRM Training provides a Certificate of Completion (CoC) to all attendees who have completed a Business Analyst course. Those looking to get certified by the IIBA® can supply this CoC as proof of having acquired the required Professional Development Hours. This will allow you to sit on the IIBA® certification exam.
More details about certification can be found on the business analyst certification page.
According to the Australian Government Department of Jobs and Small Business, 90% of Business and System Analysts in Australia are working full time, earning on average $118,248 per annum. The current employment size is 23,800 people and the estimated future growth is rated as “Strong”. The skill level rating for the profession is considered “Very High” which generally means a lot of training is needed to be good at the job.
Also read: Business Analyst Salary & Job Outlook.
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“Breadth of topics was really good, a lot to take in but the trainer was always helpful, is very knowledgeable & provides insights from his vast experience.” – Cricket Australia
“Great learning structure, you do not get overloaded in a day. Well paced and useful information. Information applies to my role & where I want to head towards.” – Department of Education and Training (Melbourne)
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What is the class size of your Business Analyst courses?
Business Analyst courses by IRM Training are limited to 12 places to ensure maximum instructor to attendee interaction. The attendees are often split into groups to complete exercises which helps business analysts learn from others in their team.
Where do you train?
Are your courses hands-on?
All of our business analyst courses are workshops. This means that much of the time (typically around 50% but it can be more) is spent on practical work. Of this, some is individual work but most of it is done in small teams. These courses are designed to maximise the learning curve, and this is usually achieved by a mix of activities – quizzes, demonstrations, examples, discussion, simulations, teamwork.
First established in 1989, IRM Training is one of the most experienced providers of Business Analyst courses. With some of the most knowledgeable trainers in Australia, we provide plenty of practical experience which we are able to pass on through our courses.
IRM Training offers Business Analyst courses that conform to the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge (BABOK®) version 3 and are endorsed by the International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA®). These courses develop skills such as modelling, diagramming, interview techniques, presentations, workshop facilitation and data analysis.
As one of the founding members of the IIBA®’s Endorsed Education Provider (EEP™) program, IRM Training was also a contributor to the early development of the BABOK® and helped to shape standardisation of business analysis practises world-wide.