Business Analysis: Fundamentals of Requirements Elicitation
$54.99 Track price
Fundamentals of Requirements Elicitation course uses a case–study based approach composed of three animated mock interviews.
This is a beginner level course and hence suitable for those who want to become a business analyst. This course is ideal for those who want to learn requirements elicitation but do not want to spend hundreds of dollars or spend extensive time in self study.
With this business analysis training, you will be able to acquire skills to elicit requirements and will be able to talk confidently about requirements elicitation in your business analyst interviews.
In this course, you will learn about importance of understanding the underlying business needs for initiating business analysis work including requirements elicitation.
In introduction to elicitation, you will learn what we mean by elicitation and how elicitation is different from requirements gathering. You will learn about general steps in elicitation and challenges encountered in elicitation.
You will learn to elicit requirements using various techniques such as interviews, document analysis, observation and prototyping.
This course includes lectures (with examples wherever possible) to help you learn concepts of requirements elicitation. You will learn how to elicit requirements using a case study that is composed of three animated mock interviews. Later, you will be given example of a prototype that is developed based on the requirements that were elicited using mock interviews. Please note that case study does not include examples on document analysis and observation techniques.
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Joel Lehtinen –
I quite like the slides, they somehow speak to me very loud and clear.
ann dominion –
Clear, concise and easy to follow video content.
Jane McSherry –
Lecturer is hard to understand at times. Very poor grammer especially in the quizzes. And there are some spelling errors. Frustrating and a waste of my time, will be asking for a refund.
Carol Antee Sullivan –
Course content was good, it gave me a good basis to start learning business systems analysis. The website could use some help I completed the course and all the quizzes and it did not track my progress properly, it kept on stating I had only completed 86%. I had to go through the course a couple of times to get it to register that I had completed it and I still cannot get the certificate.
Nikita Khadse –
the tone is very monotonous and fails to keep audience interested. The material is very theoretical. The material feels very put dated.
Marie Hickey –
Yes, it is a good match for what i was looking for
Nirmal Maheshwari –
The course was small and the quiz was not satisfactory. Also, i would have been nice if the Trainer could have included another requirement elicitation method. There are various courses which charge same as per this but the content is wider.
Amy Breslin –
Wish there was some hands on activities to cement the concepts