Banking Business Analyst Training
When you enroll in Banking Business Analyst training, you’ll delve into the role and responsibilities of the business analyst (BA) – the communication link between all business areas and a critical player in project success.
Learn techniques for ensuring project success every step of the way-from identifying and analyzing potential projects to making sure that the final project product meets the requirements you identified.
Through hands-on exercises, you’ll learn to define the scope of work and master requirements-gathering techniques that will work for a variety of projects and audiences. You’ll consider the unique needs of customers, stakeholders, and the IT department as you work toward building, documenting, communicating, and managing requirements.
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What you will learn in this Banking Business Analyst training?
- Role and importance of a Banking Business Analyst
- Vocabulary standards and business analysis practices through the use of the IIBA – A Guide to the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge (BABOK Guide)
- Plan BA requirements activities
- Elicit requirements from stakeholders, with an emphasis on interviews
- Analyze stated requirements, with an overview of modeling techniques
- Document requirements for different types of projects
- Verify and validate requirements
- Elements of requirements management and communication and the BA’s role in them
- Elements of solution verification and validation and possible BA roles
- Enterprise analysis: choosing appropriate projects
- Necessary competencies and best practices of BAs
- Waterfall, incremental, and agile lifecycles and how they change BA Practices Hands-On Exercises
- Identify Business Analysis Concepts and Activities in Your Organization
- Review a Vision and Scope Document
- Plan Requirements Activities for a Project
- How to Conduct an Interview
- Choose Elicitation Techniques
- How to draw Use Case Diagram
- Identify Models that Answer Key Questions
- Review a Requirements Document
- Determine the Impact of a Proposed Change to a Requirements Set
- Write a Test Case Using a Use Case
- Walk Through the Steps of Enterprise Analysis for a Project
- Develop a Personal Action Plan to Improve Your BA Skills or Environment
How do we deliver Banking Business Analyst training?
We deliver our training courses in three modes. They are Classroom training, Instructor-led online training, and Self-paced learning.
Classroom training – We have learning centers across India and we provide business analysis training in Hyderabad, Chennai, Bengaluru, Mumbai, New Delhi, Gurgaon, Pune, and Kolkata.
Instructor-led online training – We provide you with a virtual classroom experience using video conferencing tools like Webex and GoToTraining. Our instructor will be there to assist you virtually just like in a traditional classroom.
Self-paced learning – Our self-paced learning videos will be accessible whenever and where you want. All you need is an internet connection and you are good to go!
What are the prerequisites to take Business Analyst training?
There are no educational prerequisites for becoming a Banking Business Analyst. However, the candidate should have working experience in a Bank/NBFC/Any Financial Institution.
Here are the few roles our participants are from who successfully transitioned into Banking Business Analysis.
- Core Banking Operations
- Sales/Business Development – Bank products/Insurance
- Credit Management
- Trade Finance
- Mutual Funds/Fund Management
- Any Management role in a Banking
What are the skills that a Banking Business Analyst should have?
- Communication Skills
- Problem-Solving Skills
- Critical thinking skills
- Documentation skills
- Negotiation skills
- Analytical thinking
- Interpersonal skills
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- Importance of Effective Business Analysis
- Role of the BA
- Standardization and Adaptability
- Need for Analysis
- Using Analysis to get Stakeholder Feedback and Verify and Validate
- Developing Requirements
- Value of Modeling Techniques in Analysis
- Modeling Techniques
- Organizational model
- Location model
- Process/flow models
- Use case models
- Data models
- State model
- Types of Requirements
- Business Rules Analysis
- Prioritizing Requirements
- Verifying and Validating Requirements
- Testing and Non-Testing Methods
- Purposes of Validation
- Find defects
- Prove compliance to requirements
- Test Cases and Test Suites
- Challenges in Testing
- Structured Testing
- Role of the BA in Solution Validation: the V Model
- Solution Acceptance and Project Close-Out
- Effects on business analysis
You will be given access to many real time project case studies where you will learn how the Business Analyst carried the project successfully and what are all the techniques which one should practice to be able to become an efficient Business Analyst.
- Role of the BA in Requirements Planning
- Vision and Scope Document
- Types of Requirements
- Business Analysis Plan
- Formal and Informal Documentation and the, Level of Detail Required
- Writing for Usability and Comprehension
- Common Requirements Document Defects
- Components of a Formal Requirements Document
- Requirements Verification and Validation
- Requirements Sign-Off
- Definition and Causes
- Role of the BA on the Enterprise Analysis Team
- Steps in Enterprise Analysis
- Define the business need
- Techniques for root cause analysis
- Assess capability gaps
- SWOT analysis
- Determine the solution approach
- Define the solution scope
- Define the business case
- Contents of business case
- Who does what? The BA’s limited role in developing a business case
- Communication Skills
- Leadership Skills
- Problem-Solving Skills
- Business Knowledge
- IT Knowledge
- Class diagram
- Component diagram
- Composite structure diagram
- Deployment diagram
- Object diagram
- Package diagram
- Profile diagram
- Activity diagram
- State machine diagram
- Use Case Diagram
- Communication diagram
- Interaction overview diagram
- Sequence diagram
- Timing diagram
We will help you with all the activities which will lead you towards getting a Business Analyst Job.
- Resume Preparation
- Mock Interviews
- Work Assignments
- Online Exams
- Real time project exposure
- Assistance after joining a company
- Email and Phone support by trainers
- Role of the BA in Requirements Elicitation
- Investigative approach
- Iterative approach
- Focus groups
- Requirements workshop: Requirements meeting
- Requirements workshop: JAD session
- Document analysis
- Business rules analysis
- Reverse engineering
- Product trials
- Throughout the Project and to Decommission
- Change Management
- Define a baseline
- Define a change management process
- Identify the Change Authority
- Traceability and Its Uses
- Requirements Attributes
- Requirements Communication
- Competency Proficiency
- BA Necessary Competencies
- Analytical thinking and problem solving
- Behavioural characteristics
- Business knowledge
- Communication skills
- Interaction skills
- Software application knowledge
- Best Practices
- Use iterative analysis
- Focus on process improvement
- Apply progressive elaboration
- Check as you go
- Use the investigative approach
- Adopt traceability
- Formalize business analysis through standardization
- Improve communication through modeling
You will be assigned to a real time project as a Jr.BA who will be assisting in all the activities a Business Analyst should be doing when he got assigned to a project. With this you will get a hands on experience working on a real time project.
Experienced Business Analysts will guide you through the course and even after joining a company. You will learn the Do’s and Don’t s of Business Analysis
The Banking Business Analyst training will be for 6 Weeks (4 Weeks Workshop and 2 Weeks Project work). Here is how we have divided the schedule.
4 Weeks – Banking Business Analyst training program
2 Weeks – End to End project implementation as a Business Analyst, hand-holding till the participant get to work independently, Mock Interviews, Resume preparation, and Insights from real-time BA experts.
At the end of the course, you will be well-versed in complete business analysis and will be able to crack any interview and lead your IT career as a business analyst
Timings of Banking Business Analyst training
Online Live Instructor-Led Training Duration:
- 1.5 hours (Weekdays) Monday to Friday
- 3 hours (Weekends) Saturday & Sunday
Note: As most of our workshop participants are working professionals, we scheduled the session based on their availability. So please contact us to know about the timing and dates for our banking business analyst training program.
We conduct Banking Business Analyst training workshops in the following cities. To register or know more please contact us and we will get back to you asap.
- New Delhi
The Course fee for Business Analyst training in Hyderabad and other cities is Rs. 29,800.
Payment can be made through Net Banking, Debit, and Credit card.
Why join our Banking Business Analyst Course?
Get the Core Banking Business Analysis Experience. No Shortcuts. No Nonsense.
We believe that learning should be organic and we actually learn when we work. So, there is no shortcut to this path. You must feel that heat and face every challenge a typical BA would be facing in the real world. In this course, you will get a fundamental understanding of every concept you learn and core Business Analysis Experience so that you don’t feel any difference in your job.
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Wait a sec. I have a question.
Of course, You can!! A Business Analyst works as a liaison between the Client and the Technical team and facilitates robust solutions for business needs. This requires good client management/servicing skills which you must be having already. The only thing you need to work on is learning “How to work like a Banking Business Analyst” which we will be helping you with. Please contact us to have a one-on-one discussion to further talk about how you can get into Banking Business Analysis.
Banking Business Analysts should have good work experience in a Bank. The domain expertise you gained is very valuable and comes in handy when you deal with Banking clients. This is the reason why many Software Companies hire BAnking professionals as BAs. You just need to have basic technical know-how which we will be teaching you from the ground level.
Yes, that is valid.
Let’s go by an example –
(a)You want to hire a cook at your home if a person wants to join as cook at your home without having cooking experience, will you offer him/her a cook job?? NO, you will never offer a cook job to a person who doesn’t have cooking experience.
(b) In the same scenario, if the person states, he worked as a Waiter – person serves table at a restaurant (as the main role) and he helped the cook for few years and later he/she started cooking but the actual role was still Waiter. You will think of possibilities and directly do not reject him.
If that person defends with an example like, how he got cooking opportunity in the absence of chef and what all he prepared with the recipe – you may feel better and show confidence in that person.
The same thing applies to your BA role when you switch roles.
As per my experience, Business Analyst lifetime is around 8 years. Usually you will not find a business analyst with 9 years, 12 years, 15 years of experience. Business Analysts need to get into the next level. Ideally a Sr. BA will get promoted as Functional Consultant, Business Analysis Lead, Enterprise/Business Architect, Director/VP. Not only for Business Analyst, for any role like a developer, tester – there is a lifetime. There exists no developer with 15 years of experience. He/She needs to be elevated to Team Lead, Tech Lead or Technical Architect, etc.
Most of our business analysis courses cover soft skills, as communications skills are key for a BA; how to elicit requirements, understand the difference between a need and a want, understand what users say is what they mean etc. BACentric courses align with the underlying fundamental knowledge areas (which cover communication skills) of the BABOK®.
The maximum number of trainees per classroom is 5. We want all our trainees to get personal attention from the trainer and do well. With this strategy, the training session will be very interactive and more efficient.
Let’s understand this very clearly. Getting a job is a personal achievement that we all need to focus on collectively. We will put out our 100% in assisting you until you get into a company as a Business Analyst. Our workshop participants never needed more than 3 interviews to crack one. All you need is Communication skills, exposure to Business Analysis, and Handson experience in real-time projects.
Note – We have transformed 3200+ careers into Business Analysis so far and we are maintaining the record for the last 14 years but still we believe that it would be unethical for us to ‘guarantee’ something because it’s YOU who will have to face the interview. It’s all about your performance. But we will groom you, make you work as a Business Analyst on our client’s projects, analyze your performance, prepare you for the interview, push you towards that interview room, and tune you further till you crack something.
Please do not believe any typical institute/trainer who promises you for a job after training. We noticed that many BA aspirants got cheated like this. Learn from practitioners, not trainers who will claim that they will train you in 4 days. That’s absurd. Business Analysis is a practice-oriented profession. You CANNOT learn it on 4 weekends sitting 8 hours continuously as a school kid.