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Business Analysis Fundamentals eLearning Course


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Business Analysis Fundamentals eLearning Course

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Whether or not your title is "Business Analyst", business analysis work is expected from project managers, quality assurance professionals, and pretty much everyone in the organization. It is a complex and broad discipline! This self-paced eLearning course outlines the critical tasks that are included in the business analysis profession, along with definitions and examples of the various requirements types. You will also be introduced to key analysis techniques for eliciting, analyzing and presenting requirements and have a chance to practice using some of these techniques.

This comprehensive course includes:

  • A 7-section interactive tutorial
  • A comprehensive document library
  • 23 interactive exercises
  • A course blog for sharing ideas with other students
  • 7 post-lesson quizzes
  • 250+ audio and video narrations
  • 16 Hours toward earning a CAPM®, PMP®, CCBA®, CBAP®, or PMI-PBA®, or 16 Hours toward retaining one!

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Additional Information

Additional Information

Format Online Course
Subjects Business Analysis Fundamentals
Hours 16
Subscription 30 Days

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