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BA training and 100 Placement

Position Type:
Full-time
We offer comprehensive and job oriented Business Analyst Training program .We are based in Princeton, NJ
Training and 100% Placement for OPT/CPT Students/H1
We provide all course material .
Accommodations available for candidates.
Classes held on weekends.
( Classroom & Online Training )
Call@ 609- 249-3931, 609-301-4646
Email: tech.training08@gmail.com
http://www.masterexinc.com
Week 1:
Day1
Role of a Business Analyst
Structure of a Project Team
System Development Life Cycle (SDLC)
Requirement Gathering
Analysis and Design
Implementation and Testing
Deployment
Importance of Requirement gathering.
Different Types of Requirements.
Requirement Gathering Techniques
JAD Session
Role of a BA in JAD Session
How to conduct JAD session?
Day2
Compare and Contrast different SDLC Models
Waterfall
SCRUM
Rational Unified Process (RUP)
RAD methodology
Increasing use of SCRUM?
Deep Dive into SCRUM
SCRUM Basics
SCRUM Team Structure
SCRUM Estimation and Tracking
SCRUM Challenges
Week 2
Day3
Understanding Business analysis Artifacts
Business requirement Document
Functional Requirement Document (FRD, TSD etc)
Use Case Methodology
Importance of Use Case
Development of use cases
Live Project examples of use cases
Exercise to build a use case
Day4
Review use cases
UML Methodology
Use Case Diagrams
Activity and Sequence Diagrams
Collaboration Diagrams
State Chart Diagrams
Class and Component Diagrams
Object Diagrams
Deployment Diagrams
Change Management
Build Management / Process
Role of BA in Development Phase
QA Phase
Role of BA in Testing
Role of BA in UAT
Week 3
Day5
QA Phase
Role of BA in Testing
Role of BA in UAT
Introduction to Project Management
Triple Constraint (Cost, Time and Scope Management)
Communication Management
Stakeholder Management
Challenges in Real life project environment
Day 6
Real Time Scenarios and Projects discussions
Interview Questions
Week 4
Day 7
Healthcare 101
. Mortgage & Retail banking
Live example of a Healthcare project
Day 8
Q&A
Quiz

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