AgileBA Fast Track
19 February 2018
The Business Analyst is a critical role within an agile project team and with more and more organisations adopting agile approaches, we need to ensure those performing this crucial role have the necessary skills and expertise.
The AgileBA syllabus and exams are based on the AgileBA Handbook (published by the Agile Business Consortium). The Handbook offers the first comprehensive set of guidance, framework and practices for the business analyst working on an agile project.
CERTIFICATIONAgileBA Foundation Certificate
AgileBA Practitioner Certificate
The Foundation qualification exam is offered on the afternoon of the second day of course. The exam is based on a 40 minute closed-book examination of 50 multiple choice questions. The pass mark for this examination is 25/50 (50%) and Successful delegates will be awarded the internationally recognised AgileBA Foundation Certificate.
Agile Business Analyst (AgileBA) Fast Track
The qualification is a mandatory pre-requisite for the AgileBA practitioner qualification
The Practitioner qualification is offered on the afternoon of the fifth and final day of the course and is based on a 2 hour 30 minutes open-book examination of 4 objective test questions (20 marks available per question). The pass mark for this examination is 40/80 (50%) and Successful delegates will be awarded the AgileBA Practitioner Certificate.
The AgileBA course, developed by APMG in partnership with the Agile Business Consortium is a guidance, training and certification scheme designed for business analysts working in an agile environment.
The AgileBA Fast-Track package practically empowers, encourages and equips you with an in-depth knowledge of not just the certification, but also how to apply and implement these principles into the life of a Business Analyst on a daily basis.
The training AgileBA is designed to provide insight into the basic processes of, understanding, and is therefore especially suitable for:
- Business Analysts
- Change Analysts
- Project Managers
- Scrum Product Owners/Managers
- Systems Analysts
- Agile Developers
- The role of the Business Analyst (BA) in an Agile World
- Agile Fundamentals and the Agile BA
- The Agile Business Case
- Stakeholders in the Agile Project
- Requirements and User Stories
- Effective Prioritisation
- Facilitated Workshops
- Prototypes and Modelling
- Timeboxing and Iterative Development
- Requirements Planning and Estimating Throughout the Lifecycle
- The Requirements Lifecycle in an Agile Project
There are no prerequisites for the Foundational course.
In order to take the Practitioner course, participants must successfully pass the APMG AgileBA Foundation exam with a pass rate of 50% or higher