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Our Training Methodology

Business analytics is a lucrative career option. In the ever-growing IT industry, business analysts play a crucial role.

They analyze, evaluate and refine business processes that determine the overall profit of the business. If you want to pursue a career as a business analyst, enroll in AlphaPrimeTech’s business analyst training at our Long Island and NYC schools. Our business analyst training is designed to help individuals polish their data analytic skills and gain practical work experience to land a job as a BA. We use a well-formulated training methodology to provide quality training to our students from the Tri-State Area looking to have a fulfilling career in the IT field.

We offer job placement assistance and extended on job support.

Why Choose Us?

Extensive business analyst job placement assistance, from resume preparation to soft skill development and interview setup.

Learn from industry experts

Real-world, scenario-based learning

Years of experience in providing a wide variety of training courses

Individual attention by instructors

Flexible Schedules

Right Candidates To Become A Business Analyst

A business analyst is a great career choice for both new and experienced IT professionals who want to pursue a career in the IT field. Whether you are a recent graduate or already working in the IT field, you can benefit from our business analyst training.

Aspiring candidates of any educational background with a strong analytical frame of mind are most suitable for enrolling in business analyst classes at our NYC and Long Island campuses, including –

  • New business analysts looking to advance their career
  • Other profiles involving business analysis responsibilities such as project leads, managers and administrators
  • Sales professionals
  • Beginners involved in the data analytics domain
  • Marketing managers
  • Banking and finance professionals

Topics Covered

distinguishing between typical ba projects

  • Agile
  • Business intelligence
  • Information technology
  • Business architecture
  • Business process
  • Determining the role and focus of BA based on project type
identifying underlying competencies
  • Recognizing behavioral and thinking paradigms
  • Highlighting communication and interaction skills
describing key components
  • Establishing the vocabulary
  • Stakeholders
  • Requirements
  • Designs
researching the business organization in context to new change
  • Performing situational state analysis: current vs. future
  • Listing the business drivers and the problem/opportunity
Understanding analytical methodologies and approaches
  • Defining and analyzing potential adverse events
  • Carrying out an enterprise readiness assessment
  • SWOT
  • KPIs
  • Functional decomposition
choosing a ba approach and establishing governance
  • Predictive vs. adaptive
  • Level of formality
  • Timing
  • Documenting and communicating requirements changes
Understanding the community of stakeholders
  • Conducting a stakeholder analysis
  • Communicating: details, frequency, modality
  • Personas
  • Rules analysis
  • Organizational modeling
Preparing and conducting elicitation sessions
  • Developing an elicitation activity plan
  • Collaboration
  • Research
  • Experiments
Capturing accurate and consistent information
  • Comparing elicitation results to sources
  • Ensuring a shared understanding of information
  • Brainstorming
  • Interviews
  • Stakeholder maps
Specifying and modeling requirements and designs
  • Creating matrices and diagrams
  • Collecting and representing attributes
  • Implementing appropriate levels of abstraction
  • Process modeling
  • Sequence diagrams
  • State modeling
Structuring and organizing requirements and designs
  • Illustrating flows of inputs, information, and outputs
  • Checking for correctness and completeness
  • Evaluating against solution scope
  • Verifying and validating specified and modeled requirements
  • Use cases
  • Data flow diagrams
  • Non-functional analysis
Defining types and deriving relationships
  • Finding relationships between requirements
  • Choosing prioritization criteria and requirements states
Approving requirements and designs
  • Managing conflicts and issues
  • Gaining consensus and communicating approval
  • Item tracking
  • Workshops
  • Acceptance and evaluation criteria
Determining if what was specified solves the business problem
  • Recording and applying solution performance measurements
  • Identifying and analyzing limitations in the solution and the enterprise
Recommending alternatives and actions to increase value
  • Listing and understanding external and internal factors
  • Considering solution replacement or retirement
  • Decision analysis
  • Organizational modeling
  • Risk analysis
Foundation concepts
  • Controlled Start: Business Analysis Planning and Monitoring
  • Controlled Start: Strategy Analysis
  • Overarching tasks: Requirements life cycle management
  • Controlled middle: Elicitation and collaboration
  • Controlled middle: Requirements analysis and design definition
  • Controlled end: solution evaluation
  • Underlying competencies
  • Five perspectives on business analysis
  • Advice on completing your exam application
  • Knowledge areas, tasks, and elements
  • Mapping techniques, stakeholders and deliverables to knowledge areas and tasks
  • Summary of business analysis techniques
  • Summary of business analysis outputs

Job Placement Assistance Available
for our graduates

How AlphaPrimeTech Is Different?

Established in 2014, AlphaPrimeTech Career School is well-renowned for providing quality business analyst training at our New York and Long Island schools. We aim at providing practical analytic skills and knowledge using real-world scenarios to prepare our students to work in a business environment. Our instructors are industry experts who share their knowledge and experience with the students to provide a quality learning experience.

They are the backbone of our business analyst classes conducted at our New York or Long Island schools. Our instructors conduct seminars, provide lectures and perform activities along with timely evaluations and group discussions to ensure effective learning.

Future Of Business Analyst

A business analyst performs data analysis to outline challenges, opportunities, and solutions for business processes and report them back to executives and stakeholders. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), there will be a 14 percent increase in the business analyst job market over the next ten years.

Businesses are gradually realizing the significance of business analysts and opening new positions every year. Considering the future prospects of this job market, business analysis is certainly a promising career option.

Enroll in our business analyst training today