PMI Professional in Business Analysis
Certification Training (PMI-PBA®)
(35 PDUs)

August 2017: (04, 05, 06 August)

Making Project Management work for Pakistan – 98% Exam Success Rate (2003-2017)

Professional in Business Analysis PMI PBA® Certification Training in Lahore is a hands-on program designed to equip participants with the concepts of Business Analysis. Business analysis has become a competency of critical importance to project management. Becoming certified as a business analysis (BA) expert can move your career in a fresh direction while opportunities for BAs are on the rise.

Inaccurate requirements gathering consistently ranks in the top three causes of project failure yet only half of organizations have the resources in place to perform this function properly, according to PMI’s Pulse of the Profession® research.

It’s time to become the certified expert your organization needs. If you work with stakeholders in defining requirements, shaping project outputs and driving intended business outcomes, the PMI Professional in Business Analysis (PMI-PBA)® will spotlight your valuable skills.

In this Training, participants will also go through PMI PBA® exams in order to consolidate their knowledge. The simulation exams will enable the participants to do their own gap analysis to see how they should focus on their PMI PBA® exam preparation in order to be successful.

PMI Lahore Chapter prides on our method of delivery for our entire course curriculum. Our classes are not a lecture, and our Instructors are not mere tutors. The transfer of knowledge to our participants is by mode of a very interactive and hands-on delivery within a practical learning environment. Participants are expected to be active and contribute in class. Upon successful completion of the course, the participants will be awarded NON Expiry 24 PDUs (professional development units) which are recognized by PMI®.

WHY PMI Lahore Chapter

  •  Exclusive Exam Fee Discounts
  •  Largest PMI Chapter in Pakistan in terms of Membership and Credential Holders
  •  Comprehensive Training Material
  •  Trainers with experience of training THOUSANDS of participants
  •  Convenient schedules & locations.
  •  Direct access to trainers for any course related queries.
  •  Online exam application assistance throughout certification process.
  •  Highest Exam Success Rate
  •  World Recognized Certificate of attendance.
  •  Group Discounts
  •  Corporate Programs
  •  Training Needs Analysis

The class features:

  •  An introduction to what you need to know to pass the PMI-PBA® exam.
  •  A course syllabus that follows the course content outline by PMI, USA
  •  Sample PMI-PBA® practice exam questions.
  •  Expert pointers on preparing for, studying, and taking the test.
  •  Formation of study groups, so that you can thoroughly review and discuss each topic with your classmates outside of class.

Deliverables

  1.  PBA® Exam Questions Booklets
  2.  PMI Lahore Resource Book (Lecture Notes)
  3.  Participation Certificate by PMI Lahore Chapter®
  4.  35 Professional Development Units (PDUs) accepted by PMI, USA
  5.  Refreshments & Lunch

Member Fee: Rs. 28,000/-

Non-Member Fee: Rs. 30,000/-

EXCLUSIVE Chapter Training Benefits

  •  PMI-PBA® certification courses must be taught by valid PMI_PBA® certification holders.
  •  Instructors must be current in learning methods and must continuously enhance their skills.
  •  Courses must be current and aligned to the latest PMI Global Standards.
  •  Verified mechanism in place for participants to provide feedback on courses to the organization and PMI.
  •  Demonstrated alignment with PMI, the world’s largest project management membership association.
  •  Pre-approved by PMI to offer PDUs.  Certification holder PDU claims are automatically expedited for processing.
  •  Qualifications are verified before acceptance and every three years thereafter through PMI’s quality review process.
  •  Every project management course registered with PMI must be reviewed by an appropriate and valid PMI credential holder.
  •  Verified focus of courses and learning outcomes.
  •  Demonstrated continuous improvement of courses based on student feedback.
  •  Continuous quality improvement process and procedures demonstrated throughout the organization.

Course Timings: |(9:00 AM to 5:00 PM)||JS Bank Building Upper Mall, Lahore|

For Registration: Farooq Afzal | farooq@pmilhr.org.pk | | |0333-4475828|

|258 C, Upper Mall, Lahore|

Registration is on First Come First Serve Basis

PMI Lahore PMI-PBA® Training Course Content Outline

Domain

Tasks

Knowledge & Skills

Introduction

  •  About PMI
  •  About PMI-PBA Certification
  •  About Exam Content Outline
  •  The PMI-PBA application process
  •  Exam requirements & Overview
  •  Preparing for the exam
  •  General tips to help you through the process

 

Introduction: Identifying Key Requirements Management Definitions

  •  What is business analysis?
  •  What are the roles of the business analyst?
  •  The requirements management process
  •  Project methodologies
  •  PMI’s code of ethics
  •  Leadership principles and skills
  •  Project methodologies and how they impact requirements and business analysis practices
  •  Requirements types
  •  Systems thinking

Domain 1: Needs Assessment

(18% of the Exam)

  •  Leadership principles and skills
  •  Project methodologies and how they impact requirements and business analysis practices
  •  Requirements types
  •  Systems thinking

  •  Leadership principles and skills
  •  Project methodologies and how they impact requirements and business analysis practices
  •  Requirements types
  •  Systems thinking

Domain 2: Planning

(22% of the Exam)

  •  Determining business analysis activities
  •  Establishing requirements traceability
  •  Preparing the requirements management plan
  •  Defining requirements change control and communication processes
  •  Identifying document control processes
  •  Specifying business metrics and defining acceptance criteria
  •  Collaboration tools and techniques
  •  Contingency planning
  •  Development methodologies
  •  Documentation management tools and techniques
  •  Elements of a requirements management plan
  •  Estimating tools and techniques
  •  Measurement tools and techniques
  •  Planning tools and techniques
  •  Quality management
  •  Scheduling tools and techniques
  •  Version control tools and techniques

Domain 3: Analysis

(35% of the Exam)

  •  Eliciting and identifying requirements
  •  Analyzing, decomposing, and elaborating requirements
  •  Evaluating options and decision-making
  •  Allocating requirements and creating a requirements baseline
  •  Facilitating stakeholder consensus in order to obtain sign-off
  •  Creating requirements specifications
  •  Validating requirements with stakeholders
  •  Elaborating and specifying detailed business metrics and detailed acceptance criteria
  •  Analytic tools and techniques
  •  Business rule analysis tools and techniques
  •  Data analysis tools and techniques
  •  Decision making tools and techniques
  •  Elicitation tools and techniques
  •  Facilitation tools and techniques
  •  Interface analysis
  •  Negotiation tools and techniques
  •  Prioritization tools and techniques
  •  Process analysis tools and techniques
  •  Root cause analysis

Domain 4: Traceability & Monitoring

(15% of the Exam)

  •  Tracking the status, sources, and relationships of requirements
  •  Monitoring the lifecycle of requirements
  •  Updating the status of requirements and communicating requirements states to stakeholders
  •  Using communication methods to share important requirements information and status with stakeholders
  •  Determining and managing change impacts to the requirements
  •  Backlog management
  •  Change control tools and techniques
  •  Communication skills, techniques, and tools
  •  Conflict management, resolution tools, and techniques
  •  Organization assessment
  •  Reporting tools and techniques
  •  Requirements traceability tools and techniques

Domain 5: Evaluation

(10% of the Exam)

  •  Comparing solutions test results to defined requirements acceptance criteria
  •  Analyzing, communicating, and resolving solution gap analysis
  •  Obtaining stakeholder sign-off and moving toward deployment
  •  Measuring how well the solution met business needs and values
  •  Lessons learned and retrospectives
  •  Validation tools and techniques
  •  Valuation tools and techniques
  •  Verification methods and techniques