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Business and Systems Analysis
Brief Description
The short course in Business and Systems Analysis provides you with the requisite analysis and design skills as business and/or systems analyst by equipping you with innovative problem-solving tools and techniques in order to identify, understand and correctly respond to imminent business challenges. During the course, you will gain a better knowledge of the basic concepts of systems development lifecycle methodologies, including the V model and modelling techniques, that are applied to structured analysis. You will also gain invaluable insights to applications of object-orientated analysis (UML modelling), such as data flow diagrams, use cases, entity relationship diagrams and class models.
Learning Outcomes
After successfully completing the course, you will be able to understand the basic concepts of IS development lifecycles and methodologies apply structured analysis modelling techniques to draw functional decomposition, context and data flow diagrams draw UML models such as use cases and class diagrams, and draw data models such as entity relationship diagrams (ERDs).
Course Content
Building blocks Business requirements Process modelling Data modelling Object modelling Theory of systems development lifecycles (SDLCs)
Entry Requirements
Prospective delegates should at least have a National Senior Certificate (Grade 12) and/or relevant industry experience.
Course Number:
P000270
Catalogue and Category:
Information and Communication Technology
Who Should attend:
This course is ideal for you if you are employed as a business analyst, business architect, data analyst, systems analyst, software auditor, system developer, IT and management consultant, contractor, or if you are an aspiring business and systems analysts.
Delivery Mode:
Contact Sessions
Contact Days:
5