As a business analyst, you are the link between the business and its customers. This certification training course explores tools and techniques for maximising the value delivered to your customer, and covers fundamental aspects of business analysis, as outlined by The Chartered Institute for IT, to prepare for the BCS Foundation Exam — a first step towards the BCS International Diploma in Business Analysis.
- Included with the training material is the following book: Paul, Debra, et al. Business Analysis, Third Edition. BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT, 2014. ISBN 9781780172774.
- included in course price
- one hour, closed book
- multiple choice
- pass mark is 65% (26 out of 40)
- International Diploma in Business Analysis
- The BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT, offers this internationally recognised certification, enabling you to take your skills around the world. The four modules required to apply for this certification include one foundation level course, and three practitioner level courses:
- Upon passing your exam, BCS will contact you to activate your membership. Once activated you will be a BCS Associate Member and will have access to the wealth of benefits and support to help you in your career.
- BCS Associate membership provides exclusive access to resources, content and opportunities that will enrich your career.
- Note: This offer is only available once to each exam candidate. Exam candidates who have previously benefited from free Associate Membership will not be eligible for this offer again even if you have taken another qualifying BCS exam.
BCS Foundation Certificate in Business Analysis Delivery Methods
- Develop Your Skills to Support Successful Business Change
- Gain an Internationally-Recognised Certification
- True Practical Application of Learning Objectives through Activities
BCS Foundation Certificate in Business Analysis Course Benefits
Prepare for and pass the BCS Foundation ExamAnalyse development of a business strategyPerform business system modellingIdentify costs, benefits, impacts, and risks for change in a business case