Improve business performance, competitiveness and analytical scope and implement actionable changes in your organisation with our Level 8 Certificate in Business Analysis. The programme is completed in the Irish Computer Society and the National College of Ireland.
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Duration | 6 months (2 days per month)
Cost | €3300
CPD Points | 600
Venue | Dublin & Cork
Anyone who currently plays or aspires to play a leading role in improving enterprise performance through the use of proven business analysis techniques within an organisation.
Applicants for the programme will be assessed based on relevant experience by the Business Analysts Association of Ireland.
Applicants from other areas will be expected to have a primary level 7 degree or proven work experience in the area.
Roles: Business Analysts, Project Managers, Systems Analysts, Data Analysts
You may be eligible for 25% funding for this course through the Summit Finuas Network if you supply or work in the Finance, IT, Legal, Accounting or Business Consulting sectors. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to see if you qualify.
You will be able to make a more effective contribution to improving business performance and competitiveness within your organisation.
You will acquire proven modern methodologies and techniques for analysing and solving business problems that impact upon cost, efficiency, capacity and service quality.
You will more fully understand the dynamics and context of organisational change with reference to the latest thinking on best implementation approaches.
You will develop effective consultancy and communication skills – including project management, listening, questioning, negotiation, influencing, presentation and facilitation skills required to initiate and lead change programmes and initiatives.
The course provides you with a comprehensive understanding of the field of business analysis applied to project management, solution development and operations management within digitalised organisations.
Students will learn about the systemic and interactive nature of business problems in digital development projects, receive practical guidance in how to apply key modelling tools in this context and develop problem-solving skills.
The role of the business analyst is to identify the core business objectives of an organisation and its constituent parts and to ensure that the processes, procedures, systems and structures that are in place are the most effective and efficient to enable it to achieve its core objectives.
This professional course offers academic accreditation for business analysts and for those who play a leading role in improving business performance, either in their own company, or in a consultancy role to others, through the use of proven business analysis techniques.
This course was jointly developed by the Business Analysts Association of Ireland and the National College of Ireland. The course is delivered by NCI, the QQI-accredited provider.
This course will start in November, dates will be confirmed shortly.