Oral Preparation Workshop is designed to help participants prepare for the BCS Business Analysis Oral examination, which they must pass before being awarded the Diploma.
The BCS Business Analysis Foundation course introduces the candidate to a broad range of BA principles and techniques. It forms an excellent introduction to business analysis, providing participants with knowledge that underpins the Practitioner level BCS Business Analysis qualifications and the BCS International Diploma in Business Analysis.
Commercial Awareness course provides business analysts with a broader understanding of their organisation and the business domain within which their work takes place. During the 3 days delegates are introduced to the various financial, commercial and organisational issues which impact on their role.
This single course combines the study needed to take both exams connected to the BCS Intermediate and Practitioner Certificates for Enterprise and Solution Architecture.
Enterprise and Solution Architecture Intermediate course provides delegates with a thorough understanding of enterprise, solutions and related architectures.
The BCS Modelling Business Processes course provides attendees with a framework, skills and techniques that will enable them to model business processes and deliver process improvements. A realistic case study is used.
The BCS Enterprise and Solution Architecture Practitioner course builds upon the concepts introduced in the Intermediate Level course and helps practitioners to create architectural views using TOGAF and other architecture frameworks. Participants will apply their existing intermediate-level knowledge to case study situations.
Special Offer: Nottingham 24-26 February 2020 just £1150 + vat. The BCS Requirements Engineering course is structured around a Requirements framework which utilises a range of techniques to identify requirements in order to develop business and IT solutions. A detailed case study is used on the course to enable attendees to practise applying the techniques.
Foundation in Software Testing course provides delegates with a comprehensive introduction to software testing techniques.
Systems Modelling Techniques course provides delegates with a proven set of modelling techniques to use when specifying IT systems. It uses selected models from the UML (Unified Modelling Language), which has become a standard for systems specification.
Systems Design Techniques course is aimed at system designers and software architects wishing to gain a hands-on knowledge of current best practice techniques. The course considers how requirements specified in a set of deliverables produced by business and systems analysts can be realised using models from the Unified Modeling Language (UML).
Systems Development Essentials course is aimed at both existing and prospective systems developers as well as Business Analysts wishing to gain an overview of the issues and concepts involved in developing quality solutions that satisfy business requirements in an Agile environment.