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Business Analysis Bootcamp

Designed to help you learn the skills, tools, and techniques used in a global environment and bring the practices of technology into your learning experience.

About The Course

Course Overview

Course Introduction: Mastering Business Analysis Essentials

Welcome to our comprehensive online training program, “Mastering Business Analysis Essentials,” offered by AgTek Consulting. This course is meticulously designed to empower individuals with the fundamental skills and knowledge needed to excel in the dynamic field of business analysis. Whether you’re a seasoned professional seeking to enhance your expertise or someone aspiring to enter the world of business analysis, this course provides a structured and practical learning journey.

Course Overview:

Our course comprises ten units, each focusing on a key aspect of business analysis. From foundational concepts to specialized skills, we cover a broad spectrum to ensure a well-rounded understanding of the discipline. The course is tailored to cater to diverse learning styles, combining theoretical insights with hands-on practical exercises, case studies, and real-world applications.

Why Choose This Course?

  • Industry-Relevant Content: Our course content is curated by industry experts to ensure alignment with the latest trends and demands in the field of business analysis.
  • Practical Application: The course emphasizes hands-on learning, allowing you to apply theoretical concepts to real-world scenarios, enhancing your practical proficiency.
  • Flexible Learning: Access the course content at your own pace, making it suitable for both working professionals and individuals with diverse schedules.
  • Instructor Support: Benefit from expert guidance and support throughout the course, ensuring a rich and engaging learning experience.

Embark on this transformative learning journey with AgTek Consulting, where each unit brings you closer to mastering the essential skills required for success in the dynamic and ever-evolving field of business analysis.

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Course Structure:

In the dynamic landscape of modern business, success hinges on the ability to navigate and align with various stakeholders while strategically analyzing and implementing business strategies. Unit 1 of our comprehensive Business Analysis course is dedicated to equipping you with the essential skills to thrive in this multifaceted environment.

Holistic Understanding of Business Analysis:

This foundational unit aims to provide a holistic understanding of the field of business analysis. It serves as a launchpad for your journey into the intricacies of stakeholder management, strategy analysis, and the broader scope of business analysis principles. As a business analyst, your role is not just about understanding processes but about actively contributing to strategic decision-making within an organization.

Collaborative Stakeholder Management:

Effective stakeholder management is at the heart of successful business analysis. This unit guides you in developing the skills needed to identify, engage with, and manage stakeholders throughout the project lifecycle. From creating stakeholder matrices to understanding their interests and concerns, you’ll learn to foster collaborative relationships that drive project success.

Analyzing Business Strategies:

Business strategies form the backbone of organizational success. In this unit, we delve into the critical task of analyzing business strategies. You’ll gain insights into deciphering organizational goals, understanding market dynamics, and evaluating the feasibility of proposed strategies. The goal is to empower you to contribute meaningfully to the development and execution of robust business strategies within your role as a business analyst.

Creating Effective Strategy Documents:

Communicating strategic insights is a key skill for any business analyst. Unit 1 teaches you the art of creating effective strategy documents. You’ll learn to translate complex strategic concepts into clear, actionable documents that resonate with stakeholders. This skill is crucial for ensuring that your analyses are not only comprehensive but also accessible to a diverse audience, facilitating informed decision-making.

Fundamentals of the Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC):

A solid understanding of the SDLC is fundamental for any business analyst involved in software-related projects. This unit provides a comprehensive overview of the software development life cycle, ensuring you have a robust foundation for understanding how software is created and the processes that drive successful product delivery. From initiation to deployment, you’ll gain insights into each stage of the SDLC.

Practical Application:

Learning in this unit goes beyond theoretical concepts. Through practical exercises and real-world case studies, you’ll have the opportunity to apply your knowledge in simulated business scenarios. This hands-on approach enhances your ability to translate theoretical concepts into actionable strategies and analyses, preparing you for the challenges of real-world business analysis.

In essence, Unit 1 lays the groundwork for your journey into the multifaceted world of business analysis. It empowers you with the skills to effectively manage stakeholders, analyze business strategies, and comprehend the intricacies of the software development life cycle. As you progress through this unit, you’ll not only acquire knowledge but also cultivate the practical expertise needed to excel in the dynamic and demanding field of business analysis. Get ready to embark on a transformative learning experience that will shape you into a proficient and strategic business analyst.

Welcome to Unit 2 of our Business Analysis course, where we delve into the essential Software Engineering Fundamentals tailored specifically for business analysts. In today’s rapidly evolving technological landscape, a business analyst equipped with a deep understanding of software engineering methodologies is a valuable asset to any organization. This unit is designed to empower you with the knowledge and skills needed to navigate various methodologies, comprehend the software development life cycle (SDLC), and embrace a holistic approach to problem-solving.

Exploration of Methodologies:

The unit kicks off with a comprehensive exploration of different software engineering methodologies, including Agile, Waterfall, and Hybrid models. Understanding the nuances, strengths, and applications of each methodology is crucial for making informed decisions in a variety of project environments. This knowledge positions you to adapt your approach based on project requirements, ensuring flexibility and relevance in diverse scenarios.

Understanding the Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC):

A deep dive into the Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) forms a cornerstone of this unit. You will gain a thorough understanding of the various stages and models within the SDLC. This knowledge is vital for business analysts, as it lays the foundation for effective collaboration with development teams and ensures alignment with project goals throughout the software creation process.

Emphasis on Systems Thinking:

This unit goes beyond the technical aspects of software engineering and places a significant emphasis on systems thinking. Systems thinking involves analyzing problems holistically, considering the interconnectedness of various components. As a business analyst, this skill enables you to view projects in their entirety, identifying potential challenges and proposing effective, integrated solutions that address the broader context.

Application in Real-world Scenarios:

Learning software engineering fundamentals is not merely theoretical. Throughout this unit, you will engage in practical exercises and case studies that mirror real-world business scenarios. These hands-on experiences will enhance your ability to apply theoretical concepts to actual projects, preparing you to tackle the complexities of software-related business analysis challenges.

Identifying Software in the Market:

A unique aspect of this unit is the exploration of identifying existing software in the market relevant to your projects. You’ll learn to conduct market research, assess available software solutions, and align them with the specific needs of your projects. This skill is invaluable for business analysts working in industries where leveraging existing software can streamline processes and enhance project efficiency.

In summary, Unit 2 equips you with the essential Software Engineering Fundamentals required for success as a business analyst. Whether you’re navigating different methodologies, understanding the intricacies of the SDLC, embracing systems thinking, or identifying relevant software in the market, this unit provides a comprehensive foundation. Get ready to immerse yourself in the dynamic world of software engineering, where each concept learned contributes to your proficiency as a strategic business analyst.

Welcome to Unit 3 of our Business Analysis course, where we delve into the crucial domain of Requirement Elicitation, Documentation, and Management. In the intricate landscape of business analysis, the ability to effectively gather, analyze, and document requirements is paramount. This unit is meticulously crafted to equip you with the essential skills needed to navigate the diverse facets of requirements management, ensuring successful project outcomes.

Various Aspects of Requirements Management:

This comprehensive course covers a spectrum of aspects related to requirements management. From understanding different requirement types to mastering elicitation techniques, documentation practices, and solution definition, you’ll gain a holistic view of the requirements management process. This knowledge is foundational for driving projects that align seamlessly with organizational goals.

Elicitation Activity Planning:

A key focus of this unit is on preparing an elicitation activity plan for a project. You’ll learn to strategically plan and execute elicitation activities to ensure that requirements are gathered comprehensively and accurately. This skill is pivotal for business analysts as it sets the stage for a successful project by establishing a clear roadmap for requirements gathering.

Creating Requirements Documentation – ‘Draw.io’:

Effective communication of requirements is a core competency for business analysts. In this unit, you’ll delve into the practical aspect of creating requirements documentation using tools like ‘Draw.io.’ This hands-on experience enables you to translate complex requirements into visual representations, fostering clear understanding among stakeholders.

Use Case Diagram Creation:

One of the valuable tools in a business analyst’s toolkit is the creation of use case diagrams. This unit guides you through the process of creating use case diagrams, providing a visual representation of how various system components interact. Use case diagrams are instrumental in capturing and communicating complex system behaviors in a user-friendly format.

Practical Application for Successful Projects:

The knowledge gained in this unit is not confined to theoretical concepts. Through practical exercises and real-world case studies, you’ll have the opportunity to apply your skills in simulated business scenarios. This hands-on approach enhances your ability to gather, analyze, and document requirements effectively, preparing you for the dynamic challenges of real-world business analysis projects.

In essence, Unit 3 is your gateway to mastering the art and science of Requirement Elicitation, Documentation, and Management. Whether you’re strategizing elicitation activities, creating visual documentation, or mastering the creation of use case diagrams, this unit provides a comprehensive skill set. Get ready to immerse yourself in the intricacies of requirements management, where each learned concept contributes to your proficiency as a strategic business analyst.

Welcome to Unit 4 of our Business Analysis course, where we delve into the critical domains of Wireframing, Software Testing, and Assessing System Changes. In today’s rapidly evolving technological landscape, a business analyst equipped with the skills to visualize designs, ensure software quality, and evaluate system changes is indispensable. This unit is designed to empower you with the knowledge and practical skills needed to excel in these essential areas of business analysis.

Practical Guidance on Wireframing:

Effective communication of software design concepts is crucial for project success. This unit provides practical guidance on wireframing, allowing you to create visual representations of software interfaces. You’ll learn the art of creating wireframes, following best practices, and using design tools such as Figma. This skill is fundamental for ensuring that stakeholder expectations are accurately captured and translated into actionable development plans.

Software Testing Lifecycle and Stages:

Understanding the software testing lifecycle is paramount for business analysts. This unit covers the essential skills needed to comprehend the various stages of the software testing process. From developing test plans to creating test cases, you’ll gain insights into the systematic approach required to ensure the quality and reliability of software applications.

Development of Test Plans and Test Cases:

Creating comprehensive test plans and test cases is a critical responsibility of business analysts involved in software projects. This unit guides you through the process of developing effective test plans, ensuring that testing activities are well-organized and aligned with project objectives. You’ll also learn to create detailed test cases, providing a roadmap for the systematic evaluation of software functionality.

Evaluating System Changes for Requirement Conformance:

In the dynamic landscape of project development, system changes are inevitable. This unit provides you with the skills needed to assess system changes for requirement conformance. You’ll learn to ensure that changes align with project requirements and do not adversely impact the overall project objectives. This skill is essential for maintaining project integrity and delivering successful outcomes.

Key Skill: Figma for Wireframing:

Figma has emerged as a leading design tool in the industry. In this unit, you’ll specifically focus on using Figma for wireframing. Whether you’re creating user interface mockups or interactive prototypes, Figma proficiency is a valuable asset for business analysts involved in software design and development projects.

Practical Application for Real-world Scenarios:

Learning in this unit is grounded in practical application. Through hands-on exercises and case studies, you’ll apply your knowledge to real-world business scenarios. This practical approach ensures that you not only understand theoretical concepts but can also effectively apply them in diverse software-related projects.

In conclusion, Unit 4 equips you with the essential skills in Wireframing, Software Testing, and Assessing System Changes. Whether you’re creating wireframes using Figma, developing test plans and cases, or evaluating system changes for requirement conformance, this unit provides a comprehensive skill set. Get ready to immerse yourself in the dynamic world of wireframing and software testing, where each concept learned contributes to your proficiency as a strategic business analyst.

Welcome to Unit 5 of our Business Analysis course, where we embark on a comprehensive exploration of Agile Business Analysis. In an era defined by rapid change and innovation, business analysts play a pivotal role in ensuring adaptability and success within Agile frameworks. This unit is carefully curated to equip you with the foundational principles and practices of Agile Business Analysis, empowering you to contribute effectively to Agile projects.

Foundations of Agile Business Analysis:

This unit begins by establishing a solid understanding of the foundations of Agile Business Analysis. You’ll delve into the core principles of Agile methodologies, recognizing their iterative and collaborative nature. Understanding the essence of Agile sets the stage for adopting an adaptive mindset crucial for success in today’s dynamic business environment.

Role of a Business Analyst in Agile Teams:

A key focus of this unit is elucidating the role of a business analyst within Agile teams. You’ll gain insights into how a business analyst operates within the Agile framework, contributing to the development process while ensuring alignment with business goals. This understanding is essential for business analysts seeking to thrive in Agile project environments.

Decomposing Software into Epics, User Stories, and Acceptance Criteria:

Agile projects are characterized by their emphasis on user-centric features and iterative development. In this unit, you’ll learn the art of decomposing software into Epics, User Stories, and Acceptance Criteria. This skill is foundational for effectively conveying project requirements in a format that aligns with Agile practices, fostering collaboration and delivering value in incremental releases.

Utilizing Spreadsheets for Agile Management:

Effective management is critical in Agile environments. This unit introduces the use of spreadsheets as a practical tool for Agile management. From tracking Epics and User Stories to defining acceptance criteria, you’ll learn to leverage spreadsheets for efficient project management within Agile frameworks.

Creation and Management of Product Roadmaps and Backlogs:

Agile projects rely on well-defined roadmaps and backlogs to guide development efforts. This unit provides you with the skills needed to create and manage product roadmaps and backlogs. You’ll understand how to prioritize features, plan releases, and maintain a dynamic backlog that aligns with project objectives.

Practical Application in Agile Projects:

Learning in this unit is not confined to theory; it extends to practical application in Agile projects. Through hands-on exercises and case studies, you’ll navigate Agile scenarios, applying Agile Business Analysis principles to real-world situations. This practical approach ensures that you’re not just equipped with knowledge but are also proficient in applying Agile concepts to achieve project success.

In summary, Unit 5 is your gateway to mastering Agile Business Analysis. Whether you’re decomposing software into Agile artifacts, utilizing spreadsheets for Agile management, or creating and managing product roadmaps and backlogs, this unit provides a comprehensive skill set. Get ready to immerse yourself in the dynamic world of Agile Business Analysis, where each concept learned contributes to your proficiency as a strategic business analyst in Agile environments.

Welcome to Unit 6 of our Business Analysis course, where we dive into a comprehensive JIRA Masterclass. In the realm of Agile project management, JIRA stands as a central tool for business analysts, offering robust capabilities for backlog grooming, user story documentation, and workflow facilitation. This unit is meticulously designed to empower you with the skills needed to proficiently utilize JIRA as a business analyst in Agile projects.

Utilization of JIRA for Backlog Grooming:

Backlog grooming is a critical aspect of Agile project management, ensuring that the backlog remains organized and aligned with project goals. In this unit, you’ll learn how to utilize JIRA for efficient backlog grooming. From prioritizing user stories to refining acceptance criteria, you’ll gain insights into streamlining the backlog management process.

Documentation of User Stories and Acceptance Criteria:

Effective documentation is key to successful Agile projects. This unit guides you through the process of documenting user stories and acceptance criteria using JIRA. You’ll understand how to articulate user requirements, define acceptance criteria, and maintain clear documentation that serves as a foundation for project development.

Workflow Management within a Scrum Team:

JIRA excels in facilitating workflow management within Scrum teams. This unit provides guidance on configuring JIRA workflows to suit the needs of Scrum teams. From defining workflow states to incorporating feedback loops, you’ll gain the skills needed to ensure smooth collaboration and progress tracking within your Agile team.

Creation of JIRA Profiles:

JIRA profiles play a crucial role in tailoring the tool to individual and team needs. This unit explores the creation of JIRA profiles, allowing you to personalize the JIRA interface to enhance usability and efficiency. Understanding how to configure profiles ensures that JIRA becomes a customized and intuitive platform for your specific business analysis requirements.

Configuration of Roadmaps and Understanding JIRA Interface Elements:

Navigating the JIRA interface is integral to effective use of the tool. This unit covers the configuration of roadmaps, providing you with insights into visualizing project timelines and milestones. Additionally, you’ll understand key elements of the JIRA interface, enhancing your overall proficiency in utilizing JIRA for project management.

Practical Application in Agile Projects:

As with previous units, practical application is a cornerstone of our approach. Through hands-on exercises and case studies, you’ll apply your JIRA skills in simulated Agile project scenarios. This practical experience ensures that you not only understand theoretical concepts but are also adept at utilizing JIRA in real-world situations.

In conclusion, Unit 6 is your gateway to becoming a JIRA expert in Agile project environments. Whether you’re grooming backlogs, documenting user stories, managing workflows, creating JIRA profiles, or configuring roadmaps, this unit provides a comprehensive skill set. Get ready to immerse yourself in the dynamic world of JIRA, where each concept learned contributes to your proficiency as a strategic business analyst in Agile projects.

Welcome to Unit 7 of our Business Analysis course, where we explore the intricate realm of Business Process Management (BPM). In the dynamic landscape of organizational efficiency and innovation, business analysts play a pivotal role in understanding, modeling, and enhancing business processes. This unit is tailored to equip you with the fundamental skills needed to effectively discover, model, analyze, and document business processes.

Fundamentals of Process Discovery and Modeling:

This unit begins by laying a strong foundation in the fundamentals of process discovery and modeling. You’ll learn techniques for uncovering existing processes within an organization, understanding their intricacies, and documenting them in a systematic manner. This skill is vital for business analysts seeking to enhance operational efficiency and streamline workflows.

Guidance on BPMN (Business Process Model and Notation):

Business Process Model and Notation (BPMN) stands as a standardized language for visualizing business processes. In this unit, you’ll delve into BPMN, learning how to map processes, identify key components, and represent them graphically. Mastery of BPMN is crucial for effective communication and collaboration among stakeholders involved in process improvement initiatives.

Process Analysis for Improvement:

The unit extends to process analysis for improvement. You’ll gain insights into evaluating existing processes, identifying bottlenecks, and proposing enhancements. Analyzing processes from a business perspective allows you to contribute strategically, aligning process improvements with overarching organizational objectives.

Process Documentation from As-Is to To-Be:

Effective process documentation is a key outcome of BPM. This unit guides you through the process documentation journey—from capturing the current state (As-Is) to designing the future state (To-Be). You’ll learn to create clear, concise, and comprehensive documentation that serves as a roadmap for implementing process improvements.

Mapping a Process with BPMN and Analyzing for Gaps:

Practical application is a cornerstone of our approach. Through hands-on exercises, you’ll have the opportunity to map a process using BPMN and analyze it for gaps. This practical experience enhances your ability to apply BPM concepts in real-world business scenarios, ensuring that you can effectively contribute to process improvement initiatives.

Creation of Business Process Documentation using Draw.io:

Practical documentation often involves the use of tools. This unit introduces Draw.io as a tool for creating business process documentation. You’ll gain proficiency in using Draw.io to visually represent processes, fostering clear understanding and communication among stakeholders.

In summary, Unit 7 equips you with the essential skills in Business Process Management. Whether you’re uncovering existing processes, utilizing BPMN for modeling, analyzing processes for improvement, or creating comprehensive documentation using Draw.io, this unit provides a comprehensive skill set. Get ready to immerse yourself in the dynamic world of Business Process Management, where each concept learned contributes to your proficiency as a strategic business analyst.

Welcome to Unit 8 of our Business Analysis course, where we delve into the critical domains of Change Management and Solution Evaluation. In the dynamic landscape of solution delivery, business analysts play a pivotal role in navigating change, measuring performance, and ensuring successful project outcomes. This unit is meticulously designed to equip you with the necessary knowledge and skills for effective change management and solution evaluation.

Fundamentals of Change Management in Solution Delivery:

This unit begins by establishing a solid understanding of change management within the context of solution delivery. You’ll explore various change management models, recognizing their applicability in different project environments. Understanding the fundamentals of change management is essential for business analysts tasked with aligning project changes with organizational goals.

Documentation such as RFC (Request for Change):

A key aspect of change management is the documentation of change requests. This unit provides guidance on creating Request for Change (RFC) documents. You’ll learn how to systematically capture and communicate proposed changes, ensuring clarity and transparency in the change management process.

Practical Implementation of Change Management Processes:

Theory comes to life through practical implementation. You’ll gain insights into the practical aspects of implementing change management processes. From stakeholder engagement to communication strategies, you’ll learn to navigate the complexities of change within the project context.

Measuring Solution Performance using KPIs:

Solution evaluation involves measuring performance against predefined Key Performance Indicators (KPIs). In this unit, you’ll delve into the art and science of defining and utilizing KPIs for solution evaluation. This skill is crucial for business analysts seeking to assess the impact and effectiveness of implemented solutions.

Analyzing Performance Data for Continuous Improvement:

Beyond measuring performance, this unit extends to analyzing performance data for continuous improvement. You’ll gain insights into interpreting data trends, identifying areas for enhancement, and proposing iterative improvements. This skill ensures that your role as a business analyst contributes not only to project success but also to the ongoing improvement of organizational processes.

Practical Application through Mock Solution Evaluation:

Learning is reinforced through practical application. This unit provides the opportunity for hands-on experience through a mock solution evaluation. You’ll navigate a simulated scenario, applying change management principles and solution evaluation techniques to a fictitious project. This practical exercise enhances your ability to translate theoretical concepts into actionable strategies.

In conclusion, Unit 8 is your gateway to mastering Change Management and Solution Evaluation. Whether you’re documenting change requests, implementing change management processes, measuring solution performance using KPIs, or analyzing performance data for continuous improvement, this unit provides a comprehensive skill set. Get ready to immerse yourself in the dynamic world of change management and solution evaluation, where each concept learned contributes to your proficiency as a strategic business analyst in solution delivery contexts.

Welcome to Unit 9 of our Business Analysis course, where we delve into the essential topics of Understanding Relationships Between Data Elements. In an era where data is a cornerstone of decision-making, business analysts play a crucial role in comprehending, modeling, and leveraging data effectively. This unit is tailored to equip you with the fundamental skills needed to understand relationships between data elements, contribute to data modeling, and actively participate in data migration initiatives.

Essential Topics of Data Dictionary and Data Modeling:

This unit commences with a focus on fundamental topics, namely the Data Dictionary and Data Modeling. You’ll explore the concept of a Data Dictionary, learning how to create and maintain this foundational resource. Additionally, you’ll delve into various data modeling techniques, understanding their significance in representing data structures comprehensively.

Role of a Business Analyst in Data Migration Projects:

Business analysts are instrumental in the success of data migration projects. This unit illuminates the role of a business analyst in such initiatives. You’ll gain insights into responsibilities such as understanding data requirements, mapping data sources to targets, and ensuring data quality—skills crucial for contributing effectively to the seamless transition of data between systems.

Creating an Entity Relationship Model (ERM):

A pivotal aspect of understanding data relationships is the creation of an Entity Relationship Model (ERM). In this unit, you’ll learn the art of creating ERMs—a visual representation of the relationships between different data entities. Proficiency in ERM is fundamental for business analysts involved in designing databases and contributing to overall data architecture.

Creation and Utilization of Data Dictionary:

Practical application is integral to our approach. You’ll have hands-on experience in creating a Data Dictionary and utilizing it in real-world scenarios. The practical exercises in this unit enhance your ability to contribute to data-related projects, ensuring that you can effectively understand, document, and communicate data elements within an organization.

In summary, Unit 9 equips you with the essential skills in Understanding Relationships Between Data Elements. Whether you’re creating an Entity Relationship Model, contributing to data migration projects, or actively using a Data Dictionary, this unit provides a comprehensive skill set. Get ready to immerse yourself in the dynamic world of data analysis, where each concept learned contributes to your proficiency as a strategic business analyst in data-centric projects.

Welcome to the final unit of our Business Analysis course, where we explore the fundamental principles of SQL Essentials. In a data-driven business landscape, the ability to interact with databases is a valuable skill for business analysts. This unit is designed to equip you with the essential knowledge and practical skills needed for SQL querying and database management using Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio.

Fundamentals of Databases:

The unit kicks off with an exploration of the fundamentals of databases. You’ll gain insights into the structure and organization of databases, understanding how data is stored and accessed. This foundational knowledge is crucial for any business analyst navigating data-centric projects.

SQL Querying and Data Retrieval:

Structured Query Language (SQL) is a powerful tool for querying databases. In this unit, you’ll delve into the essentials of SQL querying. You’ll learn how to write queries to retrieve, filter, and sort data, providing you with the skills needed to extract meaningful insights from databases.

Database Management using Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio:

Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS) is a key tool for database management. This unit provides practical guidance on using SSMS. From creating tables to inserting and modifying data, you’ll gain hands-on experience in managing databases, ensuring that you’re proficient in the day-to-day tasks of a business analyst working with databases.

Advanced Topics: Joins and Views:

The unit extends to advanced topics, specifically focusing on SQL joins and views. You’ll understand how to combine data from multiple tables using different types of joins, enhancing your ability to work with complex datasets. Additionally, you’ll explore the creation and utilization of views for data retrieval and manipulation.

Practical Application: SQL Operations on a Data Set:

Learning in this unit is reinforced through practical application. You’ll engage in hands-on exercises where you’ll perform SQL operations on a dataset. This practical experience ensures that you not only understand theoretical concepts but are also adept at applying SQL essentials to real-world business scenarios.

In conclusion, Unit 10 equips you with the essential SQL Essentials needed for business analysts. Whether you’re querying databases, managing data using SSMS, or working with advanced SQL concepts like joins and views, this unit provides a comprehensive skill set. Get ready to immerse yourself in the dynamic world of SQL, where each concept learned contributes to your proficiency as a strategic business analyst in data-centric projects.

 

Our Instructors

Kiki Adesida 

Consultant, Senior Business Analyst @ CQC

As a Consultant and Senior Business Analyst, Kiki seamlessly combines her strategic mindset with an analytical prowess to navigate the complex landscape of business challenges.

With a wealth of experience, Kiki has honed her skills in crafting transformative strategies that elevate organizational efficiency and effectiveness. Her keen insights and meticulous attention to detail empower her to dissect intricate business processes, identify opportunities for improvement, and implement streamlined solutions that drive tangible results.

Emmanuel Femi Olatokun (PhD)

Business Analyst @ Wickes

Dr Femi’s expertise extends beyond the boardroom, as he effortlessly bridges the gap between technology and business objectives. His dynamic approach ensures that every project he undertakes exceeds client expectations. Known for his ability to transform abstract concepts into actionable plans, Femi is a true catalyst for positive change.

In addition to his professional achievements, Dr Femi is a collaborative leader who fosters a culture of innovation and continuous improvement within his team. His commitment to excellence, coupled with hid ability to inspire those around him, makes him an invaluable asset to Wickes.