PMI PBA Training

Business analysts identify problems and opportunities, elicit information from stakeholders, generate and analyze data, discover and recommend solutions, and develop consensus for action. This allows business analysts to help organizations choose and structure projects and initiatives more effectively, then guide them into active work.

Enrolment validity: Lifetime

About This Course

With the PMI-PBA, a business analysis (BA) certification, the Project Management Institute (PMI®) has formalized the importance of BA work in the project management world. They built the PMI-PBA certification around specific areas, skills that describe the value of BA to projects.

The role of a Business Analyst become increasingly important in the Project Management field. Today, project management practitioners increasingly turn to business analysis to define their business needs, identify risks and opportunities, and create sustainable solutions for business problems.

  • Secondary degree (high school diploma, associate’s degree
  • 60 months of business analysis experience
  • 35 contact hours of education in business analysis
  • Bachelor’s degree or the global equivalent
  • 36 months of business analysis experience
  • 35 contact hours of education in business analysis

You will get 35 PDUs on completion of 35 hours of training. These can be used toward your continuing education and recertification requirements with the Project Management Institute (PMI)®.

  • The certification exam has 200 multiple-choice questions and you have four hours to complete it.
  • To maintain your PMI-PBA, you must earn 60 professional development units (PDUs) in business analysis topics every three years.
  • Learning Objectives

    To recognize the analytical, technical and interpersonal skills needed by business analysts
    Identify problems and opportunities by assessing needs, goals, and objectives
    Helps you to analyze organizational structures and apply it effectively
    Efficiently compare paths of action using qualitative and quantitative means
    Create a successful plan for business analysis
    Analyze stakeholder characteristics and needs
    Coordinate efforts with project management
    Elicit information from stakeholders, using a variety of direct and experiential methods
    Review data and use simulation techniques to better understand business needs
    Harness methods for modelling scope, processes, rules, data and interfaces effectively
    Trace requirements and manage project scope
    Establish baselines and measurement criteria to gauge success
    Manage changes and conduct impact analysis effectively
    Evaluate and facilitate deployment of solutions
    Learn the skills and clarity needed to effectively perform a business analyst’s role
    Learn the core terminology, principles and practices of Business analysis

    Target Audience

    • Business Analysts
    • Business Systems Analysts
    • Business customers, users or partners
    • New Product Development PMs
    • Project Coordinators
    • Project Managers and Team Leaders
    • Systems Architects and Developers
    • IT Managers/Directors
    • Software Developers
    • Systems Testers and Analysts
    • QA Professionals


    28 Lessons35h

    Introduction to Business Analysis

    Definition, Role, Requirements, Methodologies
    Code of Ethics




    Traceability and Monitoring




    86% off
    Duration 35 hours
    28 lectures

    Material Includes

    • Online, Self Paced Learning
    • Lifetime Access
    • Flexible Learning Program
    • Extensive Content for Self-Learning
    • Practice Quizzes
    • Course Completion Certificate