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Business analysis is increasingly important for projects and programs. Practitioners are embracing business analysis to identify business needs, handle requirements, and develop effective solutions to business issues. The PMI-PBA® certification acknowledges an individual's proficiency in business analysis and the application of tools and techniques to enhance project success. vCare Project Management offers a personal mentoring program for PMI-PBA® aspirants. 

Course Duration: This special program is designed to assist all motivated PMI-PBA aspirants and is focused on people who want to complete their exams within the next 2-3 months. 

Delivery style: The course is delivered via Zoom. The last session will be dedicated to developing your exam strategy. 

Course Overview

• Introduce the PMI-PBA certification.
• Explain the importance of business analysis in project management.
• Provide an overview of the course structure and objectives.

Module 1: Introduction to Business Analysis
• What is Business Analysis?
• Role of Business Analyst in Project Management
• Key Concepts and Terminology
• Business Analysis Core Concepts Model
• Business Analysis Planning and Monitoring

Module 2: Needs Assessment and Planning
• Needs Assessment Overview
• Identifying Business Problems and Opportunities
• Stakeholder Identification and Analysis
• Developing a Business Case
• Planning Business Analysis Activities

Module 3: Requirements Elicitation and Analysis
• Requirements Elicitation Techniques
• Documenting and Managing Requirements
• Requirements Analysis and Modeling
• Verifying and Validating Requirements
• Solution Assessment and Validation

Module 4: Traceability and Monitoring
• Traceability and Requirements Management
• Traceability Matrix
• Change Control Process
• Monitoring Requirements Throughout the Project Lifecycle
• Managing Changes to Requirements

Module 5: Strategy Analysis
• Strategy Analysis Overview
• Assessing Current State and Future State
• Defining Business Objectives and Scope
• Gap Analysis and Feasibility Studies
• Business Process Improvement

Module 6: Stakeholder Engagement
• Identifying and Analyzing Stakeholders
• Stakeholder Communication and Collaboration
• Managing Stakeholder Expectations
• Building Effective Relationships
• Conflict Resolution and Negotiation

Module 7: Requirements Communication and Management
• Requirements Communication Plan
• Requirements Documentation and Templates
• Managing and Prioritizing Requirements
• Requirements Traceability
• Requirements Reuse and Repositories

Module 8: Agile and Adaptive Environments
• Agile Principles and Practices
• Agile Roles and Responsibilities
• Business Analysis in Agile Projects
• Agile Requirements Management
• Scrum and Kanban Frameworks

Module 9: Business Intelligence (BI) and Information Technology (IT)
• BI and IT Overview
• Data Analysis and Reporting
• Data Governance and Quality
• IT System Selection and Implementation
• Data Warehousing and Data Mining

Module 10: Exam Preparation and Mock Tests
• Understanding the PMI-PBA Exam
• Exam Format and Question Types
• Study Strategies and Resources
• Practice Exams and Mock Tests
• Tips for Success on Exam Day

Module 11: Course Review and Wrap-up
• Review of Key Concepts and Topics
• Q&A Session
• Final Exam Review
• Course Evaluation and Feedback
• Next Steps for PMI-PBA Certification

Additional Information:
• Course materials and resources provided
• Exam eligibility and application process
• PMI membership benefits (if applicable)
• Post-course support and resources


Bachelor's Degree or Global Equivalent
35 hours of education in business analysis practices (satisfied by this PMI-PBA certification training course)
36 months working as a practitioner of business analysis (Experience must be earned within the last eight years)

High School Diploma, associate’s degree, or Global Equivalent
35 hours of education in business analysis practices (satisfied by this PMI-PBA certification training course)
60 months working as a practitioner of business analysis (Experience must be earned within the last eight years)

Bachelor's or postgraduate degree from a GAC accredited program (bachelor's or master's degree or global equivalent)
35 hours of formal education (satisfied by this PMI-PBA certification training course)
Minimum two years/24 months unique non-overlapping professional business analysis experience

*NOTE: If you graduate from a GAC-accredited degree program, you will receive a 12-month credit towards the work experience requirement. Also, you can use the GAC coursework to fulfill the 35-education contact hour requirement.
For more details, refer to the PMI-PBA Handbook from PMI.

1. Instructor-led course
2. Satisfies 35 contact hours required by PMI
3. PMI-PBA Exam Study Materials
4. Over 400 sample questions
5. PBA Application Support
6. Additional supplemental study aids