This course enables delegates to complete the BCS Business Analysis Practice and Modelling Business Processes course modules and written examinations in 5 consecutive days of training.
These are two of the four modules which you need to achieve the valuable BCS Business Analysis Diploma.
Business Analysis Practice (BAP)
Business Analysis Practice provides participants with the skills they need to become effective business analysts. A range of business analysis techniques including SWOT analysis, stakeholder management, business activity modelling and gap analysis are explored. During the course, participants will be encouraged to apply these techniques in the context of a business analysis assignment. The stages of this assignment will include the investigation of the business situation, analysis of key issues and their root causes, gap analysis to establish the business problems as well as the identification and evaluation of possible solutions.
Modelling Business Processes (MBP)
Modelling Business Processes offers practical, proven techniques for modelling, analysing and improving business processes. An hierarchic approach is taken to process improvement. This approach analyses and models three levels of business process and also examines important related issues such as human performance and process measurement. Theoretical concepts are supported by a detailed case study which gives the opportunity for participants to apply their knowledge to both AS-IS and TO-BE process models.
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Complete two BCS Business Analysis Diploma course modules and written examinations in just one week.
Business Analysis Practice:
- Describe how a business strategy is developed and use strategic analysis techniques
- Identify the external and internal influences which affect a business
- Analyse and model business systems
- Take account of the perspectives of different stakeholders
- Identify potential business improvements
- Evaluate improvements by means of a business case
- Identify costs, benefits, impacts and risks for an option in a business case
- Derive IT system requirements from the business model
Modelling Business Processes:
- Identify and model core business processes at an organisational level
- Model business processes at an operational level
- Analyse activities within business processes
- Analyse managerial and performance aspects of activities and processes
- Evaluate and re-design business processes
- Use the process model to identify IT system development opportunities.
See the individual course outlines for full details of each module:
Exams & Certification
The exams for these courses are included.
For each module there is a one hour, written exam, based on a business scenario. The pass mark for these written exams is 50%.
Both modules count towards the BCS Business Analysis Diploma. BAP is a one of the compulsory modules. MBP is a "Practitioner" option.