IAG Instructor-Led Courses
IAG Consulting offers a wide variety of courses based on Best Requirements Practices™ and designed to support the Accredited Business Analyst™ competency model.
Most Popular Instructor-Led Courses
Business Analysis Boot Camp
IAG Consulting’s Business Analysis Boot Camp is a 5-day applied workshop that covers the most important competencies and knowledge areas for Business Analysts. In this workshop participants build practical facilitation, analysis, modeling, and documentation skills through simulations led by Senior Consultants with extensive project experience. Participants learn proven methods for effectively gathering and defining business and system requirements that are instantly applicable to real projects.
Defining Business Requirements (DBR)
Create the most accurate, complete, and clear business specs you have ever seen by applying practical techniques for gathering and documenting user requirements quickly and easily. This two-day course teaches analysts the IT industry’s best practices, and more importantly, how to apply them on their systems development projects.
Applied Business Architecture
IAG in partnership with Enterprise Architects Pty Ltd offers this four-day intensive program on the theory, practice and evaluation of business architecture.
Conducting a Requirements Discovery Session (CRDS)
In this two day workshop course you learn from the experts, through examples, hands-on exercises, and role-playing exactly how to manage and conduct a requirements discovery session. You have the opportunity to apply and practice the process, the tools, and the techniques learned in the “Documenting Business Requirements”course. This course is full of practical tips, checklists, principles and techniques to help capture, write and review requirements specifications. This session covers everything you need to conduct a requirements discovery session.(Prerequisite: DBR)
This highly interactive workshop covers the process, methods, steps and questions to use when facilitating a structured Use-Case driven requirements workshop. Learn how to effectively facilitate use-case discussions to elicit the essential and sufficient level of requirements. Get answers to questions such as: How many use cases do I need to write? What level of detail do I need to go to? How much should I include in a Use Case? This is a very practical approach that makes it quick and easy to discover, describe and document Use Cases directly with your stakeholders. More than 50% of this class is devoted to hands-on group work, individual presentation and feedback assessments using a common case exercise.
Data Warehouse Requirements Analysis (DWRA)
Don’t get caught in the trap of implementing a data warehouse that doesn’t meet the client’s needs. Learn project-saving techniques unique to specifying Data Warehouse and decision support system requirements. This two-day seminar covers specific modeling and analysis techniques that focus on how to develop complete, and clear specifications with, and for, your Data Warehouse clients.
Maintenance Requirements Analysis (MRA)
Eliminate the frustrations of trying to enhance or maintain your legacy system with outdated, inaccurate or non-existing documentation. This two-day course will show you how easy it is to define and document specifications for maintenance enhancements related projects. The techniques taught are transferable and appropriate for use with any development platform, type of project, and development methodology. (Prerequisite: DBR)