AgileBA Foundation Course

    Our APMG accredited AgileBA Foundation Training Course will examine the role of a business analyst in an agile world. Bringing together the methodology of Agile DSDM and the actual role of a business analyst in order to combine them for effective use in agile ways of working.
    The Agile BA certification was created in partnership with the Agile Business Consortium, the professional body for promoting and enabling business agility worldwide. They have been contributing to agile knowledge for over 25 years with the use of DSDM (formally called Dynamic Systems Development Methods) and are the developers of Agile BA, Agile PM, and Agile PMF.

Our AgileBA course will give you the information, training and tools you need to juggle multiple priorities and projects with ease. It will equip you with skills that will last you throughout your BA career and will position you as an expert within your field. It will also give you an overview of how Agile methods differ to more traditional Waterfall ways of working.

Who should attend?

    AgileBA guidance, training and certification are designed to benefit a wide range of roles operating in an agile environment, including:
  • Business Analysts
  • Change Analysts
  • Project Managers
  • Scrum Product Owners/Managers
  • Systems Analysts
  • Agile Developers
  • Course Outcomes​

      Training enables business analysis professionals to develop their understanding and
      proficiency in adopting and applying the AgileBA guidance, providing:
  • Knowledge and understanding of the Agile BA role and responsibilities
  • Context to the role beyond the individual project, in relation to organisational mission and
  • Additional depth, guidance and techniques for the Business Analyst role
  • Course Outline

    Agile BA Foundation course outline
      Introducing an Agile approach has a significant impact on the role of the Business Analyst, on their existing skills and their way of working. Whilst traditional skills are still valuable, new skills and ways of working need to be adopted to harness the benefits of a new way of working and to appreciate the different relationships with co-workers.
      Based on the Agile Business Consortium’s well-established Agile Project Framework, the guidance gives context to the Business Analyst role beyond the individual project, in relation to organisational mission and strategy, and provides additional depth and guidance for the Business Analyst role.
      This Agile BA covers the following modules

    1. Introduction and The Role of a Business Analyst in an Agile World
    2. Agile Fundamentals and the Agile BA
    3. The Agile Business Case
    4. Stakeholders in an Agile Project
    5. Requirements and User Stories
    6. Prioritisation
    7. Workshops
    8. Modelling
    9. Timeboxing and Iterative Development
    10. Requirements Planning and Estimating Throughout the Lifecycle
    11. The Requirements Lifecycle in an Agile Project
    12. Making the Transition to Agile Business Analysis

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    Monday 9:30 am - 6.00 pm
    Tuesday 9:30 am - 6.00 pm
    Wednesday 9:30 am - 6.00 pm
    Thursday 9:30 am - 6.00 pm
    Friday Closed
    Saturday Closed
    Sunday 9:30 am - 5.00 pm
    AgileBA Foundation Course