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PMI Professional in Business Analysis (PMI-PBA)®


Start End Duration Location Details
February 21, 2022 February 25, 2022 KDE 3.1 Virtual Classroom (GMT+08:00)
May 23, 2022 May 27, 2022 KDE 3.1 Virtual Classroom (GMT+08:00)
August 22, 2022 August 26, 2022 KDE 3.1 Virtual Classroom (GMT+08:00)
November 21, 2022 November 25, 2022 KDE 3.1 Virtual Classroom (GMT+08:00)

Course Details

PMI Professional in Business Analysis (PMI-PBA)®

Course code: PMI-PBA®

Duration: 5 Days


•    Secondary degree (high school diploma, associate degree) or
•     7,500 hours of business analysis experience
•     2,000 hours working on project teams*
•     35 contact hours of education in business analysis
•    Bachelor’s degree or the global equivalent
•    4,500 hours of business analysis experience
•    2,000 hours working on project teams*
•    35 contact hours of education in business analysis

Course Description:

The essence of value in a business context centers around Return on Investment (ROI). ROI is the weight of the business value or benefits, typically captured as increases in revenue or decreases in cost, over the cost of implementation the change. Business analysis reduces the overall costs for the project. Inaccurate requirements gathering consistently ranks in the top causes of project failure. By actively discovering requirements, the business analyst helps the business come to an improved understanding of what is needed from the solution to be successful. 

Intended Audience:
•    Anyone working with project teams and manage requirements or product development
•    Project Manager orPprogram Manager performing business analysis

Course Outlines:


1. What is Business Analysis?
2. Who Performs Business Analysis?
a) Skillset and Expertise Needed for the Business Analysis Role
b) How Organizations Implement Business Analysis
c) The Relationship Between the Project Manager, Business Analyst, and Other Roles
d) The Need to Build the Relationships
3. Definition of Requirement
a) Who has the Responsibility for the Requirements?
b) Requirement Types
1. Overview of this Section
2. Why Perform Needs Assessments
3. Identify Problem or Opportunity
a) Identify Stakeholders
b) Investigate the Problem or Opportunity
c) Gather Relevant Data to Evaluate the Situation
d) Draft the Situation Statement
e) Obtain Stakeholder Approval for the Situation Statement
4. Assess Current State of the Organization
a) Assess Organizational Goals and Objectives
b) Perform Root Cause Analysis on the Situation
c) Determine Required Capabilities Needed to Address the Situation
5. Recommend Action to Address Business Needs
a) Include a High-Level Approach for Adding Capabilities
b) Provide Alternative Options for Satisfying the Business Need
c) Identify Constraints, Assumptions, and Risks for Each Option
d) Assess Feasibility and Organizational Impacts of Each Option
e) Recommend the Most Viable Option