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We offer training in various ways to suit your needs:
- Public Training; e-Learning; In-House Training
Flexible Payment Terms Available
Two-Day Introduction to Business Analysis
This is the first module of the Diploma in Business Analysis (BA) but can also be done as a course on its own without having to do the complete Diploma.
Please refer to the section under the Diploma in Business Analysis called INTBA – Introduction to Business Analysisto gain a better understanding of what this course is all about.
We charge a per person rate:
|Number of people||Price per person per day|
|6-10 people||R x/ day|
|11-15 people||R y/ day|
|16-20 people||R z/ day|
Four-day Business Information Analysis
The emphasis of this four-day workshop is on the gathering and specifying of the Business Information. As data is typically global (i.e. shared by many within the organisation), information analysis is a critical task for any organisation.
The inability to specify an organisation-wide set of data and their relationships can lead to mass redundancy of data and unsynchronized information as well as dead data (gathered, updated and never used). This is regardless of any latest database implementation or stringent manual procedures.
Four-Day Business Process Analysis
The emphasis of this five-day course is on the gathering, specifying and designing Business Processes, so that we do not create faster, bad processes. Business Process Improvement (BPI), Business Process Re-engineering (BPR) and Business Process Management concepts are discussed; debated and practical applications of these disciplines are covered. Systematic, top-down techniques are used to study and decompose a Business Area. The delegate is taken through the four stages possible for analysis i.e. As-Is design As-Is analysis, new analysis and new design. Various tools and techniques are introduced based on a business process engineering methodology. Upon completion the delegate will be in position to choose the right tool for the right job. This is a technical business course.
Business Analysts, Product Developers or Process Engineer that are involved with the following:
- Developing business requirements documentation
- Product / Service development
- Business process improvement (BPI)
- Business process (re)engineering. (BPR)
- Business process management (BPM)
At least one year of working experience either from a business or systems development perspective.
Twelve-Day DIPLOMA IN BUSINESS ANALYSIS
This Diploma has been developed with the objective of providing learners a formal method to grow and assess their Business Analysis Skills in a progressive manner. Concepts are taught with practical exercises which are performed in the classroom environment with the assistance of a facilitator. The learner then returns to the workplace to apply the techniques in their own working environment.
This application of theory in the workplace forms the assignment that’s to be completed at the end of each module within 2 weeks. The Diploma in Business Analysis will be presented when a minimum pass mark of 75% is achieved in the final examination and an average pass mark of 60% for assignments. This program can be presented in-house.
Six–Day Business Process and Information Analysis
The emphasis of this six-day workshop is on the gathering and specifying of the Business Requirements. Business Analysis is a systematic, top-down technique for studying and decomposing a Business Area and representing it as a partitioned, detailed specification of Logical / Business Requirement (i.e. a Business Requirements Specification). The delegate is taken through the four stages possible for analysis i.e. As-Is design, As-Is analysis, new analysis and new design. Various tools and techniques are introduced based on a business engineering methodology. Upon completion the delegate will be in a position to choose the right tool for the right job. This is a technical business workshop. Audience
Analysts, Product Developers or any information systems or business professionals actively involved in producing a business requirements definition or process development or process improvement / engineering. No Information Technology (IT) experience is required.
Diploma in Business Analysis E-learning
This e-learning Diploma course has exactly the same content as our 12 day Diploma except the method of paying and the period over which the course is done differs
R2000 per Module or R11 000 up front
This self-study Diploma in Business Analysis has been developed with the objective of providing learners with a formal method to grow and assess their Business Analysis Skills in a progressive manner. The learner studies online, 1 per module and there are six (6) modules. As concepts are presented, practical exercises are performed by the learner and they are expected to communicate online. Once the learner has completed a module, they are to request the assignment for that module, so that they have the opportunity to apply the theoretical concepts to their own working environment, the assignment is to be completed in 2 (two) weeks. Each assignment will be based on the learners working environment, thereby enhancing the skills transfer process. The Diploma in Business Analysis will be presented when a minimum pass mark of 75% is achieved in the final examination and an average pass mark of 60% for assignments. The self-study diploma must be completed within 1 (one) year.
Number of Days = 1 year
Matric / NQF 3 with English / Maths / Science
Computer literate with Internet
6 months of business working experience
Four-Day Computer Systems Design
This workshop offers ways to drastically reduce development and maintenance time of all automated systems, whether mainframe, client-server, or the Internet. It advocates building a design blueprint before developing the computer systems itself. This blueprint is a model of the system solution. The major model (a hierarchy diagram) is a development, implementation and testing model and forms a major part of the final system maintenance documentation. Commonly known as a Technical or Functional Specification
Internationally proven methods and models are used for creating a maintainable reliable system design from a well-defined requirements specification. Computer Systems Design picks up after the analysis workshop (Business Process & Information Modelling) and addresses the invention portion of a system development effort.
We are starting to see major bugs introduced into important business systems because the old systems are not built with good ENGINEERING practices. Most bugs and difficult modifications are not caused by business or technological changes, but rather by our old methods of Computer Systems Design (or lack thereof)
Systems Analysts, Designers, programmers, developers. Any person that’s about to, or is responsible for developing functional / technical specifications.
Five-Day Business Process Improvement
A large amount of emphasis is currently being placed on Business Process Management (BPM), in this short course; the learner will be shown that Business Process Improvement (BPI) is the reason for implementing any BPM exercise. The purpose of any BPI program is to develop Business Process improvement as a key strategy and management tool capable of supporting the organisations Mission/Vision/Goals and Objectives. BPI's goal is to dramatically improve the quality, availability, effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of Business processes. BPI is focused on completely Understanding the customer's needs, identifying how best to meet those needs and them inventing the value stream of processes to get you there. BPM is the implementing the processes defined in the BPI project, but more importantly looking at a continuous improvement programme post-implementation.
Two-Day Business Process Management
Businesses that have implemented Business Process Management (BPM) are already seeing solid returns on their investment through improved productivity and efficiency along with a reduction in time and costs. By applying a business process management approach, companies are able to automate their manual processes and cross the boundaries between people, systems and technology.