Contents of Education

Basic concepts

  • IIBA® Business Analysis Processes and Knowledge Areas - IIBA Requirements Cycle and Business Analysts' duties and responsibilities, responsibilities and responsibilities
  • BABOK® and IIBA® Certification Program
  • IIBA® Business Analysis Processes and Knowledge Areas - Responsibilities and responsibilities of the IIBA Requirement Cycle and Business Analysts
  • Developments, trends and roles of business analysts in international projects on Business Analyst
  • Business Analyst Competence Model
  • Requirement Classification Scheme
  • Stakeholder Analysis
    Strategy Analysis
  • Current Situation Analysis
  • Defining Future Situation
  • Risk Assessment
  • Definition of Change Strategy
    Strategy Analysis Techniques
  • SWOT Analysis,
  • Business Competency Analysis,
  • Root Cause Analysis,
  • Fish Worm Diagram,
  • 5 Cause Analysis, Risk Analysis
    Business Analysis Planning and Monitoring
  • Business Analysis Approach Planning
  • Stakeholder Engagement Planning
  • Planning the Business Analysis Leadership
  • Business Analysis Information Management Planning
  • Determination of Job Analysis Performance Improvements
    Business Analysis Planning Techniques
  • Job Analysis and Project Life Cycle
  • Project Launch Certificate
  • Functional Decomposition,
  • Estimation,
  • Stakeholder List & Stakeholder Mapping,
  • People,
  • Gantt Schemes
  • RACI Matrix
    Requirement Life Cycle Management
  • Provision of Requirement Traceability
  • Continuity of Requirements
  • Prioritization of Requirements
  • Evaluation of Requirements Changes
  • Approval of Requirements
  • Requirements Management Tools
    Requirement Life Cycle Techniques
  • Traceability Matrix,
  • Product Backlog Management,
  • Prioritization
  • MoSCoW Analysis
  • Time Budget Boxes
    Business Analyst Information Discovery and Business Alliance
  • Preparing for Discovery of Information
  • Discovery of Job Analysis Information
  • Verification of Results of Discovery of Information
  • Communication of Business Analysis Information
  • Managing the Stakeholder Business Association
  • Stakeholder Characteristics that can be met in 'Business Analysis'
  • Most Common Errors in Discovery Studies
    Requirements Implication Techniques
  • Document Analysis,
  • Interviews,
  • Brainstorming,
  • Focus Group Work
  • Market Analysis,
  • Interface Analysis,
  • Observation,
  • Survey,
  • Requirement Workshop
    Requirement Analysis and Design Definition
  • Identification and Modeling of Requirements
  • Modeling Categories
  • Development Opportunities in Processes
  • Requirement Writing Tips
  • Verification of Requirements
  • Approval of Requirements
  • Defining the Requirement Architecture
  • Design Options Definition
  • Potential Value Analysis and Solution Recommendation
    Requirement Analysis and Design Techniques
  • Process Modeling,
  • UML,
  • Use Case Modeling,
  • Observations
    Solution Evaluation
  • Measuring Solution Performance
  • Analysis of Performance Measures
  • Evaluation of Solution Constraints
  • Evaluation of Institutional Constraints
  • Recommendation of Actions Needed to Increase the Solution Value
    Requirement Modeling
    Requirements Engineering Concepts
  • Requirements Management & Processes
  • Problem Analysis
  • Analysis of Stakeholder Needs and Identification of Needs
  • Needs Identification Techniques: Use Case, User Story, Business Rules Analysis, Prototyping, Brainstorming, Traceability Matrix, Focus Group Exercises, Impact Analysis, Requirement Workshop
  • Requirements Documentation Management
  • Case Study
    Scope Management
  • Scope Definition and Scope Management Plan Content
  • Scope Management Plan and Project Management Plan
  • Stakeholder Analysis and Stakeholder Management Plan
  • Requirements Management Plan
  • Creation of Scope Management Plan
  • Content of Scope Management Plan
  • Scope Management Plan and Project Management Plan
  • Stakeholder Management
  • Preparation of Sample Scope Management Plan
  • Preparing a Sample Requirement Management Plan
    Creating Business Breakdown Structure (BBS)
  • WBS' Proposal in the Project
  • HRM Preparation Approaches
  • Preparing Sample BBS
  • WBS Glossary
  • Example WBS Glossary
    Determination of Requirements
  • Vehicles and Techniques
  • Use Case Diagram (UML)
  • Use Case Creation
  • Creating Activity Diagram (UML)
  • Ranking Diagrams
  • Preparation of Sample Requirements Documentation
  • Provision of Requirement Traceability
  • Traceability Matrix Analysis and Preparation
  • Requirements Management in Agile Projects
  • Requirements Management in Agile Projects
  • Need Identification Approach
  • Role of Business Analyst in Agile Projects
  • Requirements Documentation
    Change Management
  • What is Configuration Management?
  • Configuration Management in Requirements Management
  • What is Change Management?
  • Change Management Process Definition
  • Creation of Project Scope Basic Line
  • Approval of Project Scope
  • Project Measurement Lines and Scope Basic Line Related
    End-to-end Case Analysis Workshop
    Search Practice Exam - 50 Questions
    Software Test Management
    Software Testing Basics
  • What is Software Testing? Why is it necessary?
  • Factors affecting the success of the test project
  • 7 Basic Test Principle
  • Ethical Rules
    Testing Place on Software Development Cycle
  • Psychological Dimension of Test
  • The Basics of the Test Process
  • Basic testing processes
  • Verification and Confirmation
  • Test Levels (unit, system, integration, user acceptance tests)
  • Test types (functional, performance, structural, validation tests)
    Test Viewpoint
  • Roles and responsibilities
  • Organization of test suite
  • Setting up the test environment
  • Establishment of test strategy and plan
  • Monitoring and Control of Test Progress
  • Configuration Management
  • Risk Management and Software Testing
  • Establishing the Error Life Cycle
    Static Tests
  • Review Process
  • Activities
  • Role and responsibilities
  • Types of inspections
  • Success factors
  • Static analysis tools
    Dynamic Tests
  • Black box testing techniques
  • Equivalence class test technique
  • Endpoint test technique
  • Business scenario test technique
  • White box test technique
  • Researcher testing technique
    Test Automation Tools
  • Issues to be considered in test automation
  • Test automation tools selection process
  • Test planning and management tools
  • Static test automation tools
  • Dynamic test automation tools
    Training Materials
  • Documents,
  • E-mail consulting services throughout the training
  • Workshop Group Work,
  • Training Materials, Templates, Standards, Sample Documents
  • Tea-coffee, sweet and savory treats
    Dates and Training Hours
    Trainings are held between 09: 30-16: 30 on Sundays and Sundays
    The number of participants
    The number of participants is limited to a maximum of 20 people. The registration will be made by considering the application priority.
  • Participation Certificate : The participant who will get 80% of the programa will get it.
  • Certificate of Achievement : Participants who earn at least 80 points in the final exam are entitled to a Certificate of Achievement, provided that attendance is provided.

Education Who Should Attend

  • Business Analysts,
  • System Analysts,
  • Consultants,
  • Project Managers, Team Leaders
  • Corporate Architects,
  • Those who want to improve their knowledge and improve their business performance in the field of Business Analysis and Requirement Management,
  • Those who want to pursue a career in Business Analysis and Requirements Management
  • Middle and Upper Level Managers who manage Business Analysis teams or Business Analysis processes.


  • Recognizing and specializing in business analysis methodologies created by IIBA® (International Institute of Business Analysis -
  • Preparation for the International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA) Level 3 CBAP certification exam, the world's most important certification program in international business analysis,
  • Increased product and service quality with project delivery
  • More effective and efficient management of Business Analysis activities in the projects,
  • Reduction of project costs and prevention of project delays,
  • Effective collection of Project Requirements,
  • Preparation of Job Requirement Documents appropriate to the project needs,
  • Efficient management of constrained project resources,
  • The role of business analysts and analysis documentation.
  • How to define non-functional requirements (performance, usability, etc.), business rules in projects
  • How should the demands / desires / expectations of business units be collected?
  • Techniques for prioritizing business units' claims?
  • How should realistic analysis periods be determined for urgent project requests?
  • How to make effective analysis meetings with challenging business units and software and how to ask the right questions?
  • What should be the lengthy business analysis documents that business units and software will read?
  • International requirements definition techniques that can be used to manage business unit scope / requirement changes.

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