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New Post 8/17/2020 1:14 PM
User is offline Talhaa
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BA course for BRD writing 

Hi,

I need to learn what BA does related to requirements gathering (functional, non functional) and BRD compilation. Can you please recommend any courses that I should be able to complete within 2 days

Thanks

 

 
New Post 8/17/2020 3:05 PM
User is offline Chris Adams
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Re: BA course for BRD writing 

You might want to check out Bridging-the-Gap. It's ran by Laura Brandenburg who is known in the industry and offers a variety of BA resources and training; some free, some paid.

There is a Free Online Workshop: How to Successfully Launch Your Business Analyst Career which includes a section "12 key industry-standard best practices to be an official business analyst and avoid missing requirements on your software projects".

You will also find a variety of low-cost BA template packages on their site that you can take advantage of. Here are two such examples (there are others):
Requirements Discovery Checklist Pack

Business Analyst Template Toolkit

Finally, if you think it makes sense for you they have a BA Essentials MasterClass that they offer twice a year that you might want to look into.

Hope you find this helpful.

Chris

 


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