Business Analysis Board of INDIA Certifications

BABI Certifications

1. FOUNDATION CERTIFICATE FOR BUSINESS ANALYSIS

i. Essential software requirements
ii. Requirements from customers respective
iii. requirements analysis
iv. establishing the product vision and project scope
v. finding the voice of customer
vi. hearing the voice of the customer
vii. understanding user requirements
viii. playing by rules
ix. documenting requirements
x. software quality requirements
xi. risk reduction through prototyping
xii. setting requirements priorities
xiii. validating requirements
xiv. special requirements development challenges
xv. requirement management principles and practices
xvi. requirement changes
xvii. tools for requirement management
xviii. improving requirement process
xix. requirement risk management

2. FOUNDATION CERTIFICATE FOR SYSTEM ANALYSIS AND DESIGN

i. Approach to analysis and design
ii. communicating with people
iii. binding better systems
iv. project management
v. system analysis- concepts
vi. system analysis- planning and approach
vii. system analysis- asking questions and collecting data
viii. system analysis- recording the information
ix. system analysis- modeling system behavior
x. system analysis- meeting business requirements
xi. system Design- information Security
xii. system Design- Human computer interaction
xiii. system Design- Logical data design
xiv. system Design - Files
xv. system Design - Databases
xvi. system Design - physical data design
xvii. system Design – Data Communications
xviii. system Implementation
xix. Change management

3. FOUNDATION CERTIFICATE FOR REQUIREMENT ENGINEERING

i. Practical process improvements
ii. the requirements document
iii. requirement elicitation
iv. requirement analysis and negotiation
v. describing requirements
vi. system modelling
vii. requirements validation
viii. requirements management
ix. requirements engineering for critical systems
x. system modelling with structured methods
xi. formal specifications

4. FOUNDATION CERTIFICATE FOR SOFT SYSTEM METHODOLOGY AND ANALYSIS

i. System concepts
ii. Use of soft system analysis
iii. Introduction to soft system Analysis
iv. Expressing an Unstructured Situation
v. Modeling Human Activity Systems
vi. Exploring real situations
vii. Agreeing and Implementing Changes
viii. Practical applications
ix. SSM for Organizational analysis
x. A method for information system enquiry
xi. Investigating new requirements
xii. procedure audit
xiii. bridging the pragmademic gap
xiv. application guidelines

5. FOUNDATION CERTIFICATE FOR SOFTWARE PACKAGE EVALUATION AND SELECTION

i. RRISC Methodology
ii. Current requirements
iii. Future requirements
iv. Implementability,supportability and cost
v. narrowing the field
vi. analyzing the vendors responses to the request for proposal
vii. the scripted demonstration
viii. checking out the finalists
ix. contract negotiations
x. workshops
xi. developing the plan and selecting the team
xii. implementation

6. FOUNDATION CERTIFICATE FOR REENGINEERING BUSINESS PROCESS

i. Reengineer your business process
ii. Role of process mapping in Reengineering
iii. IDEF process mapping methodology
iv. Create a process mapping team
v. Process mapping software tool selection
vi. how to collect data for Process mapping
vii. Process map implementation

7. FOUNDATION CERTIFICATE FOR REQUIREMENTS SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT

i. Information systems delivery
ii. project identification and selection
iii. feasibility study
iv. fact gathering techniques
v. fact modeling techniques
vi. class and data models
vii. logical function models
viii. logical event models
ix. rapid application development
x. External design
xi. security and controls
xii. quality assurance and testing
xiii. software package approach
xiv. software package selection
xv. systems implementation

8. FOUNDATION CERTIFICATE FOR ORGANIZATIONAL PERFORMANCE IMPROVEMENT

i. Introduction
ii. Viewing organizations as systems
iii. three levels of performance-organization /performance and job process
iv. organization level of performance
v. process level of performance
vi. job/performer level of performance
vii. linking performance to strategy
viii. moving from annual programs to sustained performance improvement
ix. diagnosing and improving performance: a case study
x. redesigning process
xi. overcoming the seven deadly sins of process improvement
xii. measuring performance and designing a performance management system
xiii. managing process and organizations as systems
xiv. designing an organization structure that works
xv. creating a performance based human resource development function
xvi. developing an action plan for performance improvement

9. FOUNDATION CERTIFICATE FOR SYSTEMS CONCEPTS METHODOLOGIES AND APPLICATIONS

i. Models and modeling
ii. Systems language
iii. Systems methodologies
iv. problem solving and methodology
v. management control
vi. Analysis of business information
vii. Role analysis

10. FOUNDATION CERTIFICATE FOR BUSINESS PROCESS CHANGE

i. Business Process Change
ii. Strategic value chains and competitive advantage
iii. process architecture and organizational alignment
iv. modeling organizations
v. modeling process
vi. analyzing activities
vii. managing and measuring business process
viii. process improvements with six sigma
ix. business process redesign methodology
x. process redesign patterns
xi. workflow and XML business process languages
xii. ERP Driven Redesign
xiii. Software Development
xiv. E-Business portals and custom oriented applications
xv. Supplier and internally Oriented E-Business Applications
xvi. the ergonomic systems case study
xvii. software tools for business process development

11. FOUNDATION CERTIFICATE FOR ORGANIZATIONAL BENEFITS MANAGEMENT

i. Challenges of IS/IT investments
ii. Understanding the strategic context
iii. Foundations of benefit management
iv. Establishing why? What? And how?
v. building the business case
vi. stakeholder and change management
vii. implementing a benefit management approach
viii. the importance of context
ix. from projects to programmes to portfolios
x. creating better future

12.FOUNDATION CERTIFICATION PROGRAM IN BUSINESS PROCESS MODELING

1. Welcome/Team Formation
2. Business Process Modeling (BPM) Concepts
3. Business Process Modeling terminology
4. Process management component
5. Process frameworks – organizational level, process level, and activity/procedure level
6. How process models are used
7. Identifying processes
8. Short exercise
9. Process modeling steps – HANDOUT: laminated process steps summary
o Hierarchy function/process models
o Short exercise
o Value Chains
o Introduction to case study and workshop
o Hierarchy Function/Process Decomposition
o Cross-Functional Hierarchy Models
o Function/Process Matrix
o Function/Process Sub-Process Flow
o Summary: When to use various types of Hierarchy function/process models
o Workshop
• Framing the Process
o Discussion: preparing for process modeling sessions
o Short Exercise
o Preparation ingredients and examples
o Roles and responsibilities of key stakeholders
o Importance of process scope and techniques to prevent process scope creep
o Facilitation tips for keeping focused 1
o The Scope Diagram
o The Input/Process/Output (SIPOC) Chart
o Pre- and post-conditions
o Process input and outputs, suppliers and customers
o Workshop
o Exception List to finish framing the process
o Workshop
• Process Mapping
o Definition of a process map
o Process mapping conventions – HANDOUT: process modeling conventions booklet
o Facilitation tips for keeping focused 2
o Primary and alternate paths
o Developing scenarios
o Swim lanes
o Phases to partition a process
o SIPOC to swim lanes: jump start your process mapping
o Detailing process maps: tips on when to go detailed and when not to
o Three-part workshop
• Process Modeling to Improve Business Processes
o Discussion: why improve processes? Types of process improvements
o Process improvement steps
o Six Sigma – DMAIC quick overview and steps
o Assessing the current state (as-is)
o What to measure?
o Analyzing work flow
o Gap analysis; finding process problem areas
o Creating the future state (to-be)
o Recommending and facilitating improvements
o Managing process change and stakeholders:
HANDOUT: RACI diagrams and process improvement matrices
o Workshop
• Final Workshop: Effective Facilitation Techniques
o Facilitating process mapping sessions
o Process mapping practice facilitation and feedback
• Appendix: Process Modeling to Automate Business Processes
o Concurrent business modeling for complete requirements
o Activity diagrams
o Balancing data and process
State transition model
Interaction model

13.Foundation Certification Program in UML for Business Analysts

Introduction to Use Case Concepts

Introduction to UML use case modeling
Actors
Context and Use Case Diagrams
Initial Use Case definition and Representation
Basic Use Case Concepts

Base Use Case Descriptions
Elaborated Use Case Descriptions
Alternative Flows
Extend, Include, Generalization
Relationships
Advanced Use Case Topics

Mapping the use cases to the domain object model
Use Case Instances
Testing the Use Cases
Organizing the Use Cases
Modeling Business Processes with UML activity diagrams
Use Cases in the context of the overall requirements process
Understand and apply use case modeling approach for capturing detailed software requirements.
Pre-Requisites: None

Delivery Mechanisms

Instructor Led - Class Room Training
Our classroom training is led by industry Practitioner. The classroom sessions nurtures open
communication and encourage learners to ask questions.
Format

Interactive and Hands-On
Enhanced learning experience with emphasis on group work
Room Set-Up: Tables; three flip charts with plenty of sticky paper.
Minimum Class Size: 10

Class Room Training Registration Cost covers the training materials.

14.Foundation Certification Program in Requirements Elicitation and Documentation

Day 1:
MODULE 1 - STARTING WITH A BLANK PAGE
• What are business requirements?
• Why should business requirements be done?
• When should business requirements be done?
• What questions should you ask of the users in order to jump-start a project?
• What is the basic unit of analysis that you should use when eliciting requirements from a business user?
• What components of ’functionality’ should you focus on discovering during the elicitation process?
• What techniques should you apply when asking questions of the stakeholders?
• What are some of the ways used today in gathering business requirements?
Day 1:
MODULE 2 - FOUNDATIONS FOR ELICITATION
• What rules should you use when organizing data discovered during Elicitation?
• What tests can you apply to determine if your business requirements are complete?
• What questions should you ask to determine business rules and data relationships applicable to the data that you discovered?
Day 2:
MODULE 3 - THE COMPLETE REQUIREMENTS PICTURE
• What technique should you use in analyzing the requirements for a process?
• What technique should you use when documenting the business requirements for a process?
• How do you crytallize the scope of a Project?
• What components should a BRD contain?
Day 2:
MODULE 4 - DOCUMENTATION STANDARDS
• What tools can you use in the real-time information capture and generation of a Business Requirements Document?
• What techniques can you use when eliciting requirements during a Requirements Discovery Session (RDS)
• What steps should you follow in a RDS?
• Who should be at a RDS and what materials do you need? What role does each participant play?
• How do you plan and schedule a RDS?
Day 3:
MODULE 5 - TRANSFORMATION TO DEVELOPMENT
• How can you show the "big picture"
• How can you show interdependencies?
• How do you translate the information elicited during a RDS into functional documentation?
• How do you ensure completeness of the business requirements?
• How and where do you document the non-functional requirements?
Day 3:
MODULE 6 - MANAGING QUALITY
• How do you assess the quality of the Business Requirements documented?
• How do you ensure traceability of the requirements to the original objectives?
Days 4 :
MENTORING
We focus on the students’ facilitation and documentation of different projects, preferably one of the Client’s own. This exercise is designed to ensure that each participant feels comfortable and confident in leading the elicitation of the business requirements using the elicitation techniques they have learned in the previous 3 days. This is the practical application of the course

Course Dates, Venue & Timings:

Sl.No. State City Batch1-Date Batch1-Date Batch2-Date Batch2-Date Batch3-Date Batch3-Date Batch4-Date Batch4-Date Venue Contact
01 AP Hyderabad 18-Dec’13 24-Dec’13 6-JAN’14 10-JAN’14 1-Feb’14 2-Feb’14 1-Mar’14 2-Mar’14 SPECTRAMIND , Flat 617,Annapurna block, Aditya enclave, Ameerpet, Hyderabad-500016 Jason-91-40-64568797
02 Karnataka Bangalore 4-JAN’14 5-JAN’14 1-Feb’14 2-Feb’14 1-Mar’14 2-Mar’14 5-Apr’14 6-Apr’14 SPECTRAMIND,DBS center , Cunningham road , Bangalore Sundar Raju
03 Tamilnadu Chennai 11-JAN’14 12-JAN’14 8-Feb’14 9-Feb’14 8-Mar’14 9-Mar’14 12-Apr’14 13-Apr’14 SPECTRAMIND,CHENNAI, CitiCentre , Level 6, 10/11 Dr.Radhakrishna Salai,Chennai,Tamil Nadu,600 004,India Mr.Balaji : 0 87545 11800
04 Maharashtra Mumbai 18-JAN’14 19-JAN’14 15-Feb’14 16-Feb’14 15-Mar’14 16-Mar’14 19-Apr’14 20-Apr’14 SPECTRAMIND,DBS Heritage,Prescot Road,Opp. Cathedral Sr. School,Fort, Mumbai 400001. DBS Heritage (From Airport instruct the car / cab driver to drive to Fort, Fashion Street. It’s near Siddharth College, Budha Bhavan. Also there are schools like J. P. Pettit School & Cathedral Sr. School Mr.Vasudev
05 Delhi Delhi/Gurgaon/Noida 21-Dec’13 22-Dec’13 25-JAN’14 26-JAN’14 22-Feb’14 23-Feb’14 22-Mar’14 23-Mar’14 SPECTRAMIND,Paharpur Business Centre, 21, Nehru Place Greens, New Delhi - 110019 Arun
06 Maharashtra Pune 18-JAN’14 19-JAN’14 15-Feb’14 16-Feb’14 15-Mar’14 16-Mar’14 19-Apr’14 20-Apr’14 SPECTRAMIND,Panchasheel tech park,Yerwada, Pune Mr.Manish
07 Westbengal Kolkata 18-JAN’14 19-JAN’14 15-Feb’14 16-Feb’14 15-Mar’14 16-Mar’14 19-Apr’14 20-Apr’14 SPECTRAMIND,Constantia, 6/F,Constantia, Dr. U. N. Brahmachari Marg, Kolkata Mr.Hamid : 9088159989
08 Gujarat Ahmedabad 18-Dec’13 24-Dec’13 6-JAN’14 10-JAN’14 1-Feb’14 2-Feb’14 1-Mar’14 2-Mar’14 SPECTRAMIND, Aakruti Complex,Nr. Stadium Cross Road, Navrangpura,Ahmedabad-380009, Gujarat, INDIA Mr.Alok
09 AP Vishakhapatnam 18-Dec’13 24-Dec’13 6-JAN’14 10-JAN’14 1-Feb’14 2-Feb’14 1-Mar’14 2-Mar’14 DBS center Vijay -94400 89341
10 Bihar Patna 18-Dec’13 24-Dec’13 6-JAN’14 10-JAN’14 1-Feb’14 2-Feb’14 1-Mar’14 2-Mar’14 DBS Center, Patna Jason
11 Chhattisgarh Raipur 18-Dec’13 24-Dec’13 6-JAN’14 10-JAN’14 1-Feb’14 2-Feb’14 1-Mar’14 2-Mar’14 DBS center ,Raipur Jason
12 Madhya Pradesh Indore 18-Dec’13 24-Dec’13 6-JAN’14 10-JAN’14 1-Feb’14 2-Feb’14 1-Mar’14 2-Mar’14 Indore Arun :9755598333
13 Haryana Chandigarh 18-Dec’13 24-Dec’13 6-JAN’14 10-JAN’14 1-Feb’14 2-Feb’14 1-Mar’14 2-Mar’14 Spectramind, 1708/1, Sector – 39-B, Chandigarh- 160 036 Kavita
14 Kerala Cochin 18-Dec’13 24-Dec’13 6-JAN’14 10-JAN’14 1-Feb’14 2-Feb’14 1-Mar’14 2-Mar’14 SPECTRAMIND,ThomasMount ,ICTA Building,Changampuzha Nagar P.O.,Cochin- 682 033 Mr.Manoj: 9995881093
15 Kerala Trivandrum 18-Dec’13 24-Dec’13 6-JAN’14 10-JAN’14 1-Feb’14 2-Feb’14 1-Mar’14 2-Mar’14 Hotel Classic Avenue, Thampanoor, Trivandrum, Kerala. Mr.Manoj
16 Orissa Bhubaneshwar 18-Dec’13 24-Dec’13 6-JAN’14 10-JAN’14 1-Feb’14 2-Feb’14 1-Mar’14 2-Mar’14 Vani Vihar, Bhubaneshwar Mr. Satya Deep : 95811 98770
17 Rajasthan Jaipur 18-Dec’13 24-Dec’13 6-JAN’14 10-JAN’14 1-Feb’14 2-Feb’14 1-Mar’14 2-Mar’14 DBS center,Jaipur Mr.Manish
18 Tamilnadu Coimbatore 18-Dec’13 24-Dec’13 6-JAN’14 10-JAN’14 1-Feb’14 2-Feb’14 1-Mar’14 2-Mar’14 DBS Center Mr.Balaji
19 Uttar Pradesh Lucknow 18-Dec’13 24-Dec’13 6-JAN’14 10-JAN’14 1-Feb’14 2-Feb’14 1-Mar’14 2-Mar’14 DBS center,Lucknow Mr.Sandeep
20 Africa Johannesburg 18-Dec’13 24-Dec’13 6-JAN’14 10-JAN’14 1-Feb’14 2-Feb’14 1-Mar’14 2-Mar’14 8,Waldorf2,Center Road, Morning Side, 2196.Johannesburg,Africa Mr.Kamanbedu:074 725 1511, 083 277 3399
21 Brazil São Paulo 18-Dec’13 24-Dec’13 6-JAN’14 10-JAN’14 1-Feb’14 2-Feb’14 1-Mar’14 2-Mar’14 Rua Rosa e Silva, No. 137, Apt - 4,Santa Cecilia,São Paulo, Brazil. CEP - 01230-020 Mr.Abhishek Ph - (55) - (11) - 87154930
22 Philippines Manila 18-Dec’13 24-Dec’13 6-JAN’14 10-JAN’14 1-Feb’14 2-Feb’14 1-Mar’14 2-Mar’14 Mandarin Oriental Manila Makati Avenue Makati City 1226 Metro Manila Mr.Sandeep : (+63)-917-872-3931
23 Nepal Khatmandu 18-Dec’13 24-Dec’13 6-JAN’14 10-JAN’14 1-Feb’14 2-Feb’14 1-Mar’14 2-Mar’14 Khatmandu Mr.ARun
24 Republic of Mauritius mauritius 18-Dec’13 24-Dec’13 6-JAN’14 10-JAN’14 1-Feb’14 2-Feb’14 1-Mar’14 2-Mar’14 mauritius Mr.ARun
25 Srilanka Colombo 18-Dec’13 24-Dec’13 6-JAN’14 10-JAN’14 1-Feb’14 2-Feb’14 1-Mar’14 2-Mar’14 Colombo,Srilanka Ms.Buddhini :94755108941
26 Canada Toronto 18-Dec’13 24-Dec’13 6-JAN’14 10-JAN’14 1-Feb’14 2-Feb’14 1-Mar’14 2-Mar’14 203 Royal Appian Cres, Concord ON 14K513 Mrs.Vala Ph:001 (650) 550-9178
27 USA Boston 18-Dec’13 24-Dec’13 6-JAN’14 10-JAN’14 1-Feb’14 2-Feb’14 1-Mar’14 2-Mar’14 Boston,USA Mr.Gaurav
28 UK London 18-Dec’13 24-Dec’13 6-JAN’14 10-JAN’14 1-Feb’14 2-Feb’14 1-Mar’14 2-Mar’14 London,UK Mr. Savio -0044-7933 100 393
29 UK London 18-Dec’13 24-Dec’13 6-JAN’14 10-JAN’14 1-Feb’14 2-Feb’14 1-Mar’14 2-Mar’14 London,UK Mr. ALOK
30 USA California 18-Dec’13 24-Dec’13 6-JAN’14 10-JAN’14 1-Feb’14 2-Feb’14 1-Mar’14 2-Mar’14 12128 Skylark Rd Clarksburg MD 20871 California ,USA Mr.Prashanth Ph : 001 (650) 550-9178
31 USA FLORIDA 18-Dec’13 24-Dec’13 6-JAN’14 10-JAN’14 1-Feb’14 2-Feb’14 1-Mar’14 2-Mar’14 FLORIDA Mr.KEVIN
32 Bangladesh Dhaka 18-Dec’13 24-Dec’13 6-JAN’14 10-JAN’14 1-Feb’14 2-Feb’14 1-Mar’14 2-Mar’14 Dhaka Mr.Arun
33 Georgia Tiblisi 18-Dec’13 24-Dec’13 6-JAN’14 10-JAN’14 1-Feb’14 2-Feb’14 1-Mar’14 2-Mar’14 TIBLISI,Georgia Mr.Abata
34 Honkong Honkong 18-Dec’13 24-Dec’13 6-JAN’14 10-JAN’14 1-Feb’14 2-Feb’14 1-Mar’14 2-Mar’14 Honkong Mr.Peter
35 SAUDIARABIA RIYADH 18-Dec’13 24-Dec’13 6-JAN’14 10-JAN’14 1-Feb’14 2-Feb’14 1-Mar’14 2-Mar’14 RIYADH Mr.MUZAMIL
36 SAUDIARABIA ALKHOBAR 18-Dec’13 24-Dec’13 6-JAN’14 10-JAN’14 1-Feb’14 2-Feb’14 1-Mar’14 2-Mar’14 RIYADH Mr.Rafeeq: 00 96547759791
37 USA North Carolina 18-Dec’13 24-Dec’13 6-JAN’14 10-JAN’14 1-Feb’14 2-Feb’14 1-Mar’14 2-Mar’14 North Carolina ,USA Mr.Pradeep Ph : 001 (650) 550-9178
38 USA Virginia 18-Dec’13 24-Dec’13 6-JAN’14 10-JAN’14 1-Feb’14 2-Feb’14 1-Mar’14 2-Mar’14 Richmond ,VA ,USA MR.Munawar Ph : 001 (650) 550-9178
39 Asia Singapore 18-Dec’13 24-Dec’13 6-JAN’14 10-JAN’14 1-Feb’14 2-Feb’14 1-Mar’14 2-Mar’14 Parkroyal on Beach Road, 7500 Beach Road, Singapore 199591 MR.Balaji
40 Asia Malaysia 18-Dec’13 24-Dec’13 6-JAN’14 10-JAN’14 1-Feb’14 2-Feb’14 1-Mar’14 2-Mar’14 Concorde Hotel Kuala Lumpur, No. 2 Jalan Sultan Ismail, 50250 Kuala Lumpur MR.Balaji
41 Switzerland Zuerich 18-Dec’13 24-Dec’13 6-JAN’14 10-JAN’14 1-Feb’14 2-Feb’14 1-Mar’14 2-Mar’14 Geroldsweg , 11 , 8196 WIL ZH Mr.Thilipan : Ph: 00 41 799128861

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