Techcanvass offers business analyst training courses with domain modules. This business analyst training with Investment banking domain will help you in mastering the practical business analysis skills as well as Investment banking fundamentals. for becoming a business analyst in the IT industry. This course will also prepare you for IIBA ECBA Certification.
In this course, you will master the practical Business Analysis skills like UML Modelling, User Story Modelling, SQL, SRS Preparation & Business case preparation.
The investment banking modules will be covered in 3-weeks once you finish the business analyst modules.
This course will also prepare you for ECBA Certification, however if you are looking for only IIBA ECBA Business Analyst Certification course, you can visit:
Banking Domain Basics
Banking Industry Overview
• Banking Industry Overview
• Business of Banking
• Banking Sectors & segments
Banking operations overview
• Types of banks
• Bank’s Structure (Front, Middle & Back Office)
• Understanding Banking transactions
• Banking operations and regulatory framework
• Customer Profiles in Banking
Banking Products & Services
• Asset Products
- Retail Loans
- Corporate Loans
- Trade Finance
• Liability Products
- Current/Savings/Checking accounts
- Time Deposits (Fixed Deposits etc)
- Structured Deposits
Payments & remittances
• Understanding Payments and remittances
• Methods of payments – domestic and cross border
• Digital Payments – NEFT, RTGS, IMPS
Business Analysis Modules
• BA Role & responsibilities
• Need for a Business Analyst
• Skills of a Business Analyst
• Course Introduction
Introduction to BABOK v3
• Introduction to BABOK Guide v3
• ECBA Preparation Strategy
• Business Analysis Core concepts Model
• Business Analysis Planning and monitoring
Problem Solving & Analytical thinking
• Problem Solving methodology basics
• Root cause Analysis case study
• Problem Solving methodology Part - B
• Decision Making with case study
• Generic Problem Solving Exercise
Understanding Software Development Process
• Software Development process-Non-IT Prof
• What happens during software development
Software Development Methodologies (SDLCs)
• Types of SDLCs
• Waterfall Model
• Incremental SDLCs
• Agile Methodology
Concept of requirements
• Concept of software requirements
• Types of requirements - BABOK v3
• Classification and Prioritization - Detailed
• Class Exercise - I
• Class Exercise - II
Elicitation and Collaboration
• Elicitation and collaboration Knowledge Area
• Exploring BRD Document
• Stakeholder Analysis and Management
• Requirement Elicitation Techniques
Requirements Analysis and Design Definition
• Knowledge Area - Requirements Analysis and Deisgn Definition (RADD)
Requirements Modelling with UML
• Introduction to UML
• Use Cases & relationships
• Use Cases Modelling Tool
• Class Example - Use Case Model
• Understanding & writing scenarios
• Class Example - Scenarios
• Activity Diagrams
• Tool for activity diagrams
• Class Example - Activity Diagrams
• Introuction to Prototyping
• Prototyping tool
• Class Example - Prototypes
• Data Modelling basics & Techniques
• Class Example - Creating Datamodel for a project
Business Analysis Tools
• Use case Tool
• Activity Diagram Tool
• SQL Editor from Oracle
Preparing SRS Document
Handling Requirements in Agile Projects
• Need for Agile
• SCRUM methodology & roles
• Artifacts in Agile Projects
• Handling Requirements in Agile Projects
• Class Example - Flight Booking Portal
Verification and Validation
• Introduction to Requirements Lifecycle Management Knowledge Area
• Requirements Management
• Requirement Traceability Table
• RTT Demonstration
SQL for business analysts
• Database System Concepts
• Data in modern World
• Data types and attributes
• Using SELECT
• Class Examples
Knowledge Area - Strategy Analysis
• Introduction to Strategy Analysis
• Tasks of Strategy Analysis
• Chapter quiz
Knowledge Area - Solution Evaluation
• Introduction to Solution Evaluation
• Tasks of Solution Evaluation
• Chapter quiz
• Project Assignment - I
• Project Assignment -II
Will this course help me in becoming an IT business analyst?
What are the required skills for a new business analyst?
A new business analyst must have a good understanding of the following skills:
- • Developing Requirements Specifications
- • UML Modelling & related tools
- • Data flow diagrams (DFD)
- • Date Modelling
- • SQL Basics
- • User stories and backlog Management
This ECBA Certification course covers all these topics with case studies and practical examples.
What is the value of IIBA Certification for business Analysts?
International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA) is one of the most respected certification organizations along with Project Management Institute (PMI). A certification from reputed organizations
like IIBA always adds credibility to your resume as a stamp on your business analysis skills. A certification also helps you in differentiating your profile as compared to others.
Do I get any certificate after completing this course?
Yes, you will get a course completion certificate, once you finish the course. This certificate is provided to you for all the courses.
What is the advantage of Business analyst training with Banking Domain?
Functional knowledge or knowledge of business processes is an important skill for every business analyst. That's why we have started these specialized BA training courses.
The domain training modules are designed to help understand the concepts, terminologies and processes so that you can participate in the business analysis work with confidence.
Is this business analyst training suitable for non-IT professionals?
Yes, of course. This training is designed for entry level business analysts. This is a beginner level course and can be done by non IT professionals as well.
What is Business Analysis?
Business Analysis is the skill of identifying, defining, analyzing a business problem and then, evaluating and recommending
the best solution for an organization. The business analysis skills is a universal skill and can be applied to solve any business problem.
Business analysts use these skills.
Unfortantely, it has become synonymous with IT business analyst as well as business analytics professionals and that is confusing for many.
IT business analyst deals with the understanding, analysis and modelling of IT system requirements to solve customer needs/problems.
The business analytics professionals deal with data (possibly generated by software systems) using statistical and machine learning algorithms to solve customer needs/problems.
Even though, we use business analysts to refer to both of them, they use completely different skill sets to achieve their goals.
Which IIBA certification exam I will be eligible for?
You will be eligible for ECBA certification exam. Please refer to the IIBA Certification pricing page for
latest updates to the fee.
Can I do ECBA Certification course without healthcare Domain module?
Do you give us any project in this course?
Yes, We will actually give you two projects. You get sufficient time and guidance to complete the projects so that you gain hands-on skills.
In addition to that, there will be regular assignments given to you for practice, based on examples demonstrated in the class.
I am an IT professional and I am familiar with some concepts, do I still need to do full course?
Yes, you can do selected modules or you can go for mini courses. However, please note that 21 hrs of PDUs are required for appearing in IIBA Certification exam, so you need to attend at least 21 hrs to be eligible.
Is business analyst same as systems analyst or it business analyst?
Yes, systems analyst and it business analyst are broadly known as business analyst in the IT industry.
Do you also have learning management system (LMS) and what’s the advantage?
Yes, we do have a learning management system. Our LMS has following features:
- • Access to course PPTs
- • Solved examples
- • Solved assignments
- • Class recordings (You get it even if you do classroom training)
- • Online quizzes and tests