Business Analyst Certification –  Live Projects

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Our project-based Business Analyst Certification Course helps you get the feel of the actual business analysis practices in the real job, by implementing the genuine use cases, a wide range of concepts, which our learners get to learn theoretically and practically. Through this course, our learners will acquire expertise in different business modeling tools, Joint Application Development (JAD), project quality analysis, UML, documentation techniques.

About Business Analyst Certification Training

The training introduces you to the real world of business analysis: working as a Business Analyst in the actual job scenario, many case studies to learn from, and various concepts with required know-how of tools and software usage.

Business Analyst Certification Overview

All businesses are built based on several aspects: planning, organizing, hiring, marketing, and many more. Also, it is safe to say that these aspects are not a one time process, they work in a loop to achieve the organizational goal. 

As much fascinating as it may sound, running a business is a complex and, at times, an overwhelming task. Enters: Business Analyst. 

Business analysis is the pedestal that helps the business stand, grow, and thrive. Therefore, we offer this business analyst course to everyone who is looking forward to shaping a career as a business analyst. As a business analyst, your role would be to simplify problems and requirements, align the business with changes, and remodeling processes to get better results. 

Thus, considering the above points and several specific key points, the training concentrates on concepts like UML (Unified Modeling Language), SDLC (Software Development Life Cycle), QA (Quality Analysis), and many more. Along with that, for those who aspire to become an IT Business Analyst, our experts teach all about the IT terms, software requirements, and software testing. 

By the end of this project-based business analyst certification training, you will be able to explore new opportunities in the sector and work as a certified Business Analysis professional anywhere you want.

What will you learn in this Business Analyst course online?

Business Analysis comprises a wide range of concepts that are necessary to learn and apply. Thus, in this training, you will learn them all: both theoretically and practically. 

What all Business Analysts should know

All Business Analysts have expertise in one or more aspects of their work. Having said that, there are some aspects that every Business Analyst shall master. That is what this online training aims to do, to teach the analysts about:

  • Modeling Tools.
  • Project ATM and its usage as a Business Analyst. 
  • JAD (Joint Application Development) and its protocols. 
  • Detailed concepts of Health Insurance.
  • Financial Statements: creating and auditing.


As this course is beginner-friendly, the trainers make sure that you as a learner get to start from scratch and then go forward. Thus, it covers: 

  • Responsibilities of a Business Analyst.
  • Project Management. 
  • Quality Analysis. 
  • Problem-solving techniques.
  • Unified Modeling Language.
  • Methods to gather information and data.
  • Documentation.


The core of all the business processes, including analysis, is effective and efficient management. This business intelligence analyst ensures that you know how to:

  • Work within the Project Management Framework.
  • Perform Scope Management. 
  • Manage time with the help of various techniques to ensure the business activities occur within estimations. 
  • Execute Cost Management procedures with the use of Life Cycle Costing and Value Analysis. 
  • Undertake measures to manage and audit the quality of the products, services, and processes of the business. 
  • Carry out preventive actions to manage risk and rule out any chance of loss (of any kind) to the business. 

Information Technology-based Analysis

Learners with an interest in both administration and technology may want to pursue a career as an IT Business Analyst. For them and other analysts, this training is a great opportunity to learn:

  • IT jargons and terms. 
  • Methods to improve the quality services of the IT Department.
  • How to understand the IT requirements of the business.
  • Ways to implement and install quality proof and efficient IT systems so the business stays updated in terms of technology. 

As you move towards completion of this project-based training, our instructors have planned several assignments to make it easier for you to assess what you have learned and key areas where you shall work the most as a Business Analyst.

Who should take up this Business Analyst Certification Course?

While there are several specific details that only a Business Analyst can know, the skills and knowledge required to become an Analyst is something that mostly revolves around basic aptitude, observation, and problem-solving skills. Therefore, if your job profile is surrounded by any aspect of a business, we suggest you take action towards solidifying it by enrolling in this online training. 

However, you must enroll in this training if you come under any of the following categories or are someone who is:

  • Aiming to work as a Business Analyst in a business, or an NGO, or a government body. 
  • A professional wanting to learn a wider aspect of business changes. 
  • An Entrepreneur wanting to understand and grow business in a manner that has lower risks than several others. 
  • Looking forward to a transition into a new profession associated with analysis, such as a Business Intelligence Analyst.
  • Fascinated by the practical approach and would like to gain real-time, hands-on experience as an analyst. 
  • Interested in either of these: IT, Finances, Management, Marketing, or Analytics. 
  • A budding professional wanting to enhance the resume. 
How Learning Business Analysis Actually Helps?

We understand this online training requires your time and efforts, and you must be wondering why to put those two in here. Although, the content outline of the course speaks for itself, here are some more reasons to why you should learn Business Analysis: 

Open Doors

While the title or job position through this training will be a Business Analyst, the skills and knowledge are far more wide and diverse than simply analyzing. Thus, with this online training, you become more applicable and suitable for newer opportunities. 


All job positions come with the job description. Similarly, so does the position of a Business Analyst. However, the catch with being a Business Analyst is that the person in this role micromanages; also, they get to work with all authorities at all managerial levels. Thus, this training leads to job prospects that are flexible and independent. 

It Will Lead to Better Cha-Ching!

Yes, it is as simple as that. With all the fascination and challenges that come in the way of business analysis, the people involved with it earn the matching amount. 

It is Not Monotonous 

Learning can get repetitive and even boring, at times. Having said that, this Certified IT business analyst has been designed while making sure that does not happen. There are several new things, practical lessons, and hands-on experience for you to keep focused in the long run.

Requirements to Enroll
  • As the course is beginner-friendly, no prior knowledge is required. 
  • A dedicated approach to learning. 
  • A little knowledge about working in business and few terms should help. 
  • No technological background or knowledge is required to learn the IT aspects of business analysis.

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Live Projects for Experience

For an ambiguous and abstract role of a Business Analyst which can range from basic to highest level in an organization, conventional training is secondary to hands-on application. Our project-based  Business Analysis training helps you build a genuine experience that is essential for our aspirants to crack the complex interviews seamlessly. 

Our live, real-time project experience is unmatched that reflects the real-job scenarios and challenges, teamwork, collaboration, professionalism, etc. Most importantly, our real-time project-based training can help you in producing verifiable references and solid work experience on your resume.

Resume-building exercise, interview grooming, and mentoring sessions, mock interview help, and placement assistance are very much apart of our program. All that said, we are tied up with Fortune 5000 companies for acquiring real-time projects for our interns. Our recruitment team works with top MNCs and Fortune 500 companies for placing our interns in their dream jobs to seal our commitment towards our enrollees

Business Analyst Certification Course  Syllabus

Module 1: Overview of Business Analysis
  • Who is a Business Analyst?
  • Business Team / Technical team
  • Roles & Responsibilities of BA
Module 2: IT Slang/ Jargon/ Basic Definition of IT
  • Who is a Stakeholder?
  • What is NDA?
  • Who is a contractor Business Analyst?
  • What is Functionality?
  • What is Kick off?
  • What is Go live?
  • What is Sign off?
Module 3: Analysis
  • Who is an Actor?

     -Two real-time exercises on identifying Actor

  • How to identify an actor?
  • What is a Use Case?
  • How to identify a Use Case and 

     -Usage Use Case Project ATM 

     -Use Case Project URS 

  • Use Case Template

      -Two real-time exercises on Use Case Template

  • Attributes/component in Use Case Template

      -Two real-time exercises on Use Case Template

Module 4: UML
  • What is UML?
  • Types of UML
  • Activities Diagram

      – One real-time exercise on Activity Diagram

  • Sequence Diagram

       -One real-time exercise on Activity Diagram

  • Context Diagram

        -One real-time exercise on Context Diagram

  • Use Case Diagram

         -One real-time exercise on Use Case Diagram

Module 5: Modeling Tools
  • Microsoft Visio

   -Project 1: Creating mock-up ( Gmail )

   -Project 2: Creating mock-up ( Orkut )

  • OmniGraffle
  • Pages
Module 6: Requirement Gathering Methods
  • Existing Documentation
  • Web Exploring
  • Interviewing
  • Questioners
Module 7: JAD Session
  • What is the JAD session?
  • Protocols involved in JAD session
  • Role of BA in JAD session
  • Participants in the JAD session
Module 8: Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC)

Steps involved in SDLC

  • Scope Identification
  • Planning
  • Analysis
  • Design
  • Development
  • Testing
  • Deployment / installation
  • User Training / User Acceptance Testing (UAT)
Module 9: SDLC - Methodology
  • Rational Unified Process (RUP)
  • Waterfall Methodology
  • Agile Methodology
Module 10: Documentation
  • Overview of Business Requirement Document ( BRD )
  • Contents of Business Requirement Document ( BRD )
  • Walkthrough of BRD
  • Overview of Functional Requirement Document ( FRD )
  • Contents of Functional Requirement Document ( FRD )
  • Walkthrough of FRD
  • Overview of Project Management Plan
  • Overview of Project Charter
  • Overview of Actor Catalog
  • Overview of User Manual
Module 11: Overview of PMP/CAPM Exam
  • Overview of PMI
  • Overview of PMP / CAPM
  • Comparison of PMP & CAPM
Module 12: Project Management Framework
  • What is a Project?
  • What is Operation?
  • What is a Portfolio?
  • What is the Program?
  • What is Project Management Team?
  • Organization Structure
  1. Functional Organization
  2. Matrix Organization
  3. Projectized Organization
Module 13: Scope Management
  • Work Breakdown Structure (WBS )
  • WBS Dictionary
  • Baseline
  1. Cost Baseline
  2. Schedule Baseline
  3. Scope Baseline
Module 14: Time Management
  • Estimation Techniques
  • One – Point Estimation
  1. Padding
  • Three-Point Estimation
  • Pert Formula
  1. Estimated Activity Duration
  2. Standard Deviation
  3. Range
  • Analogous Estimation
Module 15: Cost Management
  • Life Cycle Costing
  • Value Analysis
  • Variable Cost
  • Fixed Cost
  • Direct Cost
  • Indirect Cost
Module 16: Quality Management
  • What is Quality?
  • Gold Plating
  • What is Kaizen
  • Just-in-Time
  • Quality Audit
  • Sigma Standards
  1. 6 Sigma
  2. 5 Sigma
  3. 2 Sigma
Module 17: Human Resources Management
  • Role of Project Sponsor / Project Initiator
  • Responsibility Assignment Matrix
  • RACI Chart
  • Staffing Management Plan
  • Virtual Team
  • Issue Log
  • Arbitration
  • Perquisites
  • Fringe Benefits
Module 18: Communication Management
  • Stakeholder Register
  • Types Of Communication
  1. Formal Written
  2. Informal Written
  3. Formal Verbal
  4. Informal Verbal
  • Communication Channel
Module 19: Risk Management
  • What is Risk
  • What is Well Defined Risk?
  • What is a Risk Response Owner?
  • What is a Trigger?
  • What is the Contingency Plan?
  • What is Secondary Risk?
Module 20: Procurement Management
  • Who is a Buyer?
  • Who is Seller?
  • Centralized Procurement Department
  • Advantage & Disadvantage Centralized Procurement Dept
  • De-Centralized Procurement Department
  • Advantage & Disadvantage Decentralized Procurement Dept
  • Contracts
  1. Fixed Price Contracts
  2. Cost Reimbursable Contract
  3. Time & Material Contract
Module 21: Health Insurance
  • What is Health Insurance?
  • Components of Health Insurance
  • Types of Health Insurance coverage
  • Types of Health Insurance ( HMO, PPO, POS )
  • Provider vs Payer & NPI
Module 22: Claims Process
  • What is Health Insurance?
  • Claims Process Flow
  • Claims Submission
  • Claims Adjudication Processing
  • Encounters Submission
  • Compliances Check
Module 23: EDI Transaction 1
  • What is Health Insurance?
  • 837 EDI Claims
  • Remittance
  • Edit & Validations
  • Reports & Acknowledgements
Module 24: EDI Transaction 2
  • ICD 9 vs ICD 10
  • 4010 vs 5010
  • TR3, Companion Guide
Module 25: Quality Analysis - QA Testing (Around 15 to 18 hours of training)
  • What is software QA testing?
  • What are Test Cases?
  • Defect Life Cycle
  • Interaction of BA with Quality Analyst?
  • Test Plan
  • SQL – Database validation testing
Module 26: Relevant Certification
  • Overview of CAPM Certification
  • Overview of PMP Certification
Module 27: Financial Accounting:
  • Accounting: meaning & types
  • Balance sheet: assets, liabilities, equity, balance sheet example
  • Income statement
  • Cash flow statement
Module 28: Corporate Finance:
  • Time value of money
  • Discount cash flow approach
  • Cost of capital
  • Business & industry cycles
Module 29: Financial statements analysis:
  • SEC filings
  • 10K structure
Module 30: Valuation Presentation
  • Valuation
  • Comparable public companies
  • Precedent transactions
  • DCF analysis
Module 31: Financial Instruments:
  • Derivatives
  • Stocks
  • Debt
Module 32: Resume Preparation
  • Overview of Good Resume
  • Do’s and Don’ts of Resume
  • Formatting the resume
Module 33: Manual Testing

Session – 1

BRD – Business Requirement Document

SDLC – Software Development Life Cycle

Waterfall, Agile, SCRUM, Sprint, User Stories, etc.

Group Discussion

Session – 2

Types of Testing, Unit testing, functional testing, integration test, Regression Test

Black Box Testing and White Box testing, UAT testing,

Smoke Testing, Backend Testing, Data-Driven Testing.

Practice – Group Discussion

Session – 3

QA Tester Role – Software Testing Life Cycle

Home Assignments

Practice – Group Discussion, Domain related discussion

Session – 4

How to write Test Cases

Homework Assignments

Session – 5

How to write Test Plan, Objective, Scope and Strategy of the test plan

Session – 6

Defect Life Cycle

Use Case Template Assignment- 1


Use Case Name

Send Message

Use Case ID


Use Case Description

The Use Case describes the send message feature of Facebook. The user shall click on the person he likes to send a message. The person’s page shall open. Users can click on the “Message” button and type the message.


User (P)

Flow of events

User Activity

System response

The user shall click on the person from the Friends List whom he likes to send the message.

The system shall open the Facebook page of the person clicked.

The user shall click on the “Message” button.

A chat box shall open.

Users shall type the message on the chatbox and press enter.

The message shall be sent to the person.

Use Case Template Assignment- 2


Use Case Name

Delete Message

Use Case ID


Use Case Description

This use case describes the delete friend feature of Facebook. The user shall click on the friend’s link present on the left side of the home page. A page shall open having a “See All Friends” button. The user shall click on that button. A list of all friends shall appear and the user can choose the friend he likes to delete and unfriend.


User (P)

Flow of events

User Activity

System response

Users shall click on the “Friends” link present on the left of the Facebook home page.

The system shall open a page with the “See All Friends” button on top.

The user shall click on the button.

A list of all the friends shall appear.

The user shall move the cursor over the friend he likes to delete.

A pop up shall open having a button “Friends”.

The user shall click on this button.

An option “Unfriend” shall appear.

The user shall click on “Unfriend”.

The friend shall be deleted.

Use Case Template Assignment- 3


Use Case Name

Upload Picture

Use Case ID


Use Case Description

The user tries to upload a picture from the computer onto Facebook. Facebook has an option for uploading a picture. The user shall click on the link and upload a picture from his computer.


User (P)

Flow of events

User Activity

System response

Users shall click on the “Add photo/Video” link present on the top of the Facebook homepage.

The system shall open the window showing files on the computer

The user shall click on the photo from the computer and click the “Choose” button.

The photo shall get uploaded and shall be displayed on the Facebook page.

Use Case Template Assignment- 4


Use Case Name

Upload Picture

Use Case ID


Use Case Description

This Use Case describes the Upload Video feature of Facebook. Users shall click on the“Add video/photo” link present on the top of the Facebook home page. The user shall click on this link. A pop up shall open showing the link “Upload video/picture”. On clicking this link a window shall appear showing the files on the computer. The user shall choose the video he likes to upload.


User (P)

Flow of events

User Activity

System response

Users shall click on the “Add photo/Video” link present on the top of the Facebook homepage.

A pop up shall open showing the link “Upload video/picture”.

The user shall click on the link.

A window shall appear showing the files present on the computer.

The user shall select the video he likes to upload and click “Choose”.

The video shall be uploaded and be displayed on the page.

Use Case Template Assignment- 5


Use Case Name

Upload Picture

Use Case ID


Use Case Description

This Use Case describes the Tag Friend feature of Facebook. Users shall click on the “Photo” link present on the left of the Facebook page under “Favorites”. The user shall then select the photo and choose the friend he likes to tag and type his name.


User (P)

Flow of events

User Activity

System response

Users shall click on the “Photo” link present on the left of the Facebook page under “Favorites”.

The system shall display all the user’s photos.

User shall click on the picture he likes to tag

The system shall open up the picture and show a button “Tag photo”.

User shall click on the button “Tag photo” and then click on the photo where/whom he likes to tag.

A Listbox shall open where the user can type the name and then the picture shall be tagged.

Use Case Template Assignment- 6


Use Case Name

Send Friend Request

Use Case ID


Use Case Description

This Use Case Send FriendRequest shall allow the user to send a friend request to his friend and add him to his Friends List.


User (P)

Flow of events

User Activity

System response

Users shall search for the friend by typing the friend’s name on the search box present on the top of the Facebook home page.

The system shall open up the friend’s profile.

Users shall click on the “Add Friend” button present on top of the profile page.

The system shall display the message “Friend Request Sent”.

Key Features

  • Extensive project-based training by specialists in Business Analysis field
  • Project Management roles and responsibilities are covered
  • Software QA tester topics like Test Management tools, HP ALM, SQL, UNIX / Linux covered as part of BA training to work with the Software QA testing team.
  • Attend free live demo before enrollment
  • Discussions on the latest happenings in the business world
  • Practical approach and real-time projects to acquire hands-on experience 
  • Covers jargons and tools required as Business Analyst
  • Focused on getting you job-ready in the business segment
  • Hands-on verifiable experience on resume
  • Building a real-time experience that counts
  • Agile methodology-based projects
  • Daily standup meetings, scrum meetings, user story reviews, and execution.
  • Projects reviewed by team leads daily
  • Live Project-Based training to Get You Job-ready
  • Mock-interviews conducted by actual industry hiring managers
  • Peer reviews and feedback.
  • Resume-building session
  • Placement assistance

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Frequently Asked Questions on Business Analyst Certification

1: Do I need to belong to a technological background to become a Business Analyst?

No. It is not at all necessary to have any specific knowledge as the base of your studies to become a Business Analyst. However, this course ensures you ace in that segment too. Also, if you want to become an IT Business Analyst, you may want to learn a little more about technology than other analysts.

2: How long does it take to become a Business Analyst?

If you want to go to a B-school and get a degree as an analyst, it will take somewhere between 12 to 24 months. However, if you just want to learn and start working, this course takes 45 hours to ensure that happens effectively.

3: After taking this course, do I become a Professional Business Analyst? If so, how?

Yes, this course is centered towards a career as a Business Analyst. Once you complete the course, you get the certification to improve your credibility in the corporate world. Also, our team stays in touch and makes sure you are job-ready, both during and after the course.

Expecting High Pay? Need Experience?

Don’t worry, we have your back! At IIT WorkForce, we follow a 3-step journey. While our first-step focuses on extensive and rigorous training modules, our goal in the 2nd step is to build real-time project experience which can be furnished in your resume. However, the crucial last step is to have you placed in your ideal job!

Business Analyst Certification Reviews

I have attended the Business Analysis training program from iiTworkforce. I would say this is one of the best BA training providers globally. The sequence of modules, the curriculum, the hands-on implementation of the real project made my journey easy as BA. Thank you, team!

Archana reddy

I offer my heartfelt thanks to the team leader, Mr. Shah who is so clear and systematic in his proceedings.

Would certainly suggest aspiring BAs undergo this project-based course from IIT Workforce.

Kiriti Devaraj

As a beginner, I was unaware of the Business Analyst profile and terminology. But as the course advanced the concepts became much clearer. I have got all my questions cleared as and when required and now I am happily placed as a Business Analyst in a software company.

Rahul divakram

The team lead, Mr. Shah has done a commendable job and explained what the BAs do or what they needed to know. This real-time project was implemented to meet industry expectations. With this hands-on experience, skill improvement, and work; everyone can become a great BA. Nicely done!

Swetha Kodre

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