Over the last several years, the field of Business Analysis has experienced exponential growth. More and more, Business Analysts are joining project teams to manage the scope of the product and solution, leaving project managers with more time to manage the scope of the project itself.
BAs help organizations improve how they conduct their functions
and activities in order to reduce overall costs, provide more efficient
use of scarce resources and better support the customer and the
solutions needed to remain competitive in a global economy.
IIL’s Business Analysis curriculum is aligned with A Guide to the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge® (BABOK® Guide),
so you will familiarize yourself with the content of the BABOK Guide while attending our courses. This will be helpful
for those who aspire to take the Certified Business Analysis Professional (CBAP®) exam sponsored by the International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA®). Our new CBAP Boot Camp course will fully prepare you to pass the IIBA
exam and obtain your CBAP credential.
Managing projects and their respective solutions can no longer be handled using the silo mentality of the ‘90s and
early 2000s. A holistic approach is needed that includes Business Analysis and project management. Whether you
have substantial Business Analysis experience or are new to BA and want to learn where it fits in the bigger picture
of the project life cycle, take a look at our wide array of courses in this section.
If you are looking to boost your career with professional credentials, you will want to pursue our BACP program.
IIL’s BACP Certificate provides industry-recognized value to companies and employers, as well as helping to ensure
skill-based competencies for participants. Our BACP program provides proven standards and best practices in the
areas of requirements management, business process modeling, writing and managing requirements and
facilitating requirements workshops.
A Business Analyst can provide value to an organization in many ways, including assisting in the development of
the technical and business justification for projects. IIL offers two courses that will assist you in this process.
Developing the Business Case will provide a road map, tools and techniques to build an acceptable business case,
and Effective Business Process Improvement will guide you through optimizing the development of the current
We also offer three courses that deal with different aspects of requirements management, including: Business
Process Modeling, Writing and Managing Requirements Documents and Business Analysis Facilitation.