Course dates

Date

Course

Location

Price

AgileBA Foundation & Practitioner

19 Dec - 22 Dec

Virtual

£1,799

AgileBA Foundation & Practitioner

13 Feb - 16 Feb

Virtual

£1,799

AgileBA Foundation & Practitioner

27 Mar - 30 Mar

Virtual

£1,799

AgileBA Foundation & Practitioner course features

Certificate: AgileBA Foundation and AgileBA Practitioner (APMG).

Prerequisites: None.

Location: Online.

Format: Virtual classroom.

Duration: 4 days.

Exams: Included (taken online).

Manual: Included.

Course code: ABAFP

AgileBA Practitioner course features

Certificate: AgileBA Practitioner (APMG).

Prerequisites: AgileBA Foundation.

Location: Online.

Format: Virtual classroom.

Duration: 1 day.

Exams: Included (taken online).

Manual: Not included.

Course code: ABAP

What’s included?

4-day AgileBA Foundation & Practitioner course

  • Tuition from an accredited, expert AgileBA trainer.
  • AgileBA Foundation and Practitioner exams.
  • AgileBA Foundation and Practitioner sample exams.
  • Agile Business Analysis (AgileBA) Handbook.
  • Course reading materials.

1-day AgileBA Practitioner course

  • Tuition from an accredited, expert AgileBA trainer.
  • AgileBA Practitioner exam.
  • AgileBA Practitioner sample exams.
  • Course reading materials.

AgileBA Foundation & Practitioner course details

Agile training course - details

Timings

  • Duration: 4 days.
  • Times: 09:00 to 17:00.

Exams

Foundation and Practitioner exam vouchers included. Candidates may sit their exams at any time within 12 months of purchase.

AgileBA Foundation (days 1 to 3)

The AgileBA Foundation-level qualification measures whether a candidate has sufficient knowledge and understanding of agile business analysis to recognise and understand key elements of the agile approach.

The AgileBA Foundation qualification is a pre-requisite for the AgileBA Practitioner exam.

AgileBA Practitioner (day 4)

The advanced AgileBA Practitioner qualification measures whether a candidate has sufficient knowledge and understanding of agile business analysis to apply tools and techniques to any given agile context.

The exam scenario allows the candidate to demonstrate they possess the understanding required to begin working as an agile business nalyst and as part of an agile team.

Curriculum

Agile training course - details

The holistic view of the business

  • The agile business analyst (BA) role in relation to mission and objectives.
  • How to analyse the business environment.
  • Measuring the success of implementing change.

The agile landscape

  • What is agile? Approaches and frameworks.
  • Why is agile needed?
  • Role and responsibilities of the agile BA and agile team.

Stakeholders

  • Stakeholder types / personas.
  • RACI and RASCI in agile.
  • Empowerment of stakeholders in an agile project.

Dealing with Requirements

  • The agile approach to requirements.
  • User stories, epics and acceptance criteria.
  • The agile business analyst’s link to quality and testing.
  • The agile requirements life cycle.
  • Checking completeness.

The Agile Business Case

  • Strategic and project business cases.
  • Understanding the business problem.
  • Gap analysis and value streams.

Facilitated Workshops

  • The role of facilitation in agile.
  • How to organise and run a facilitated workshop.

Prioritisation

  • Combining and prioritising requirements.
  • Customer perception and expectation.

Modelling and prototyping

  • 6 perspectives for modelling.
  • Tacit information.
  • Reasons and perspectives for prototyping.

Working in a timebox

  • Timebox structure and iterative development.

Learning outcomes

Agile project - management

The AgileBA Practitioner course provides business analysts with the skills needed to successfully gather, analyse, validate and champion the requirements throughout an agile project. On completion of this accredited course, you will become a certified agile business analyst.

The Practitioner course in agile business analysis enables delegates to:

  • Apply the underpinning philosophy and principles of Agile and DSDM in context.
  • Appropriately configure the processes of an Agile project to any given scenario.
  • Produce and evaluate the content of products produced during an agile project in a scenario.
  • Apply the following agile practices in a project situation: Facilitated workshops, MoSCoW prioritisation, iterative development, modelling, timeboxing.
  • Identify the agile practices to be used for any given situation within a scenario.
  • Understand the roles and responsibilities within an agile project and the different levels of empowerment with respect to requirements and the business case.
  • Understand the mechanisms for facilitation and support within an agile project.
  • Understand in outline how to test, estimate and evaluate benefits delivery in an agile project.
  • Describe the agile approach to managing and prioritising requirements and identify action to rectify problems with requirements within an agile project.

Exam details

AgileBA Foundation exam

Format: Multiple-choice.

Questions: 50.

Pass mark: 50% (25/50).

Duration: 40 minutes.

Style: Closed-book.

Pre-requisites: None.

AgileBA Practitioner exam

Format: Complex multiple-choice.

Questions: 4 (20 marks each).

Pass mark: 50% (40/80).

Duration: 2.5 hours.

Style: Open-book (Handbook permitted).

Pre-requisites: AgileBA Foundation.

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