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Business analysis Training

IIBA CCBA/CBAP 21hours/75hours


Introduction
Project description (SLDC,PRODUCT BASED)
Techniques
Business Analysis planning and Monitoring
Elicitation
Requirements Management and Communication
Enterprise Analysis
Requirement Analysis
Solution Assessment and Validation
Underlying Competencies
UML TOOLS ( Rational Rose)
MS Visio
WORKSHOP SESSION
Both Certification & practical training oriented Imbibed together
Diploma in Business analysis ( BCS)

Four Modules & One Oral exam


Core Modules

Knowledge Specialism

Practitioner Specialism

Business analysis

Foundation Certification in
Commercial Awareness

Benefits Management &


Business Acceptance

Requirement Engineering

Foundation Certification in
Business Analysis

Modeling Business Process

Foundation Certification in
Business Change

System Modeling Techniques

Foundation Certification in
IS Project Management

System Development
Essentials
Data Management Essentials

Two of the above

Any one of the Above

Any one of the Above

PRINCE2 OVERVIEW

DIRECTING A PROJECT

Project definition

Authorization Responsibilities

Key Project Failure Areas

Stage Direction

Project Success Factors

Managing Stage Boundaries

The Project Management Triangle

Providing Ad-hoc Direction

The PRINCE2 Structured approach

PRINCE2 Processes, Techniques and


Components

STARTING UP A PROJECT

MANAGING PRODUCT DELIVERY

Accepting A Work Package

Executing A Work Package

Delivering A Work Package

The Project Mandate

The Project Brief

The Organizational Component

Authorizing Work Packages

The Customer/Supplier Structure

Project Issues

The Project Board

Assessing/Reviewing Progress

The Project Manager

Taking Corrective Action

The Team Manager

The Project Team

Project Support

The Stage End Report

Project Assurance

Next Stage Planning

INITIATING A PROJECT

Updating the Project Plan

Updating the Business Case


Exception Plans

CONTROLLING A STAGE

MANAGING A STAGE BOUNDARY

The Business Case

Cost/Benefit Analysis

CLOSING A PROJECT

Risk Management

Setting up the Filing System

De-commissioning the Project

Using Configuration Management

Identifying Follow-on Actions

The Project Initiation Document

Evaluating The Project

The Initiation Stage

Software Configuration Management /


Build and Release Engineering.
Index:
1. Version Control Systems:

Subversion (SVN)
Concurrent Versions System (CVS):
Perforce
GIT
Mercurial
Migration from Centralized version Control systems to Distributed version
Control systems.
2. Build Automation and Artifact repository manager:

ANT
Maven
Nexus

3. Continuous Integration (CI)

Jenkins / Hudson
Team city
Build Forge
Bamboo
4. Application Servers
Apache Tomcat
IBM Web sphere ND
Horizontal and Vertical clustering on web sphere ND.
5. Scripting
Shell Scripting with Linux and UNIX administration.
Jython and Python
6. Project Management Tools :
JIRA
7. Code Coverage and Analysis Tools:
Sonar

SCM
1 License Management
Inventory all licenses in use.
Check in contract the authorized number of licenses to be used.
Compare License in use versus licenses contracted.
Check under licensed/over licensed.
License matrix , Deployment , Distribution , Versionetc.
2 IT-Procurement & Sourcing.
Check the need for software and hardware from End user.
Check with the preferred vendors for pricing & availability.
Create requisition based on quote.
Once requisition approved by End users departmental head, then proceed with the PO to vendor.
Once PO is received by the vendor, the product is released and received by end user.
Invoice processing.
Maintaining Serial Keys.
Month end closing
3 Order Management
PO creation.
Quote creation.
Selecting and advising the best product.
Canceling the order.
Return Merchandise Authorization.
Expedite Orders
Adhoc reports, open order report , vendor ordered list, Product list.
4 Vendor Management
Preferred vendor selection.
Selecting best vendor based on vendor performance analysis CPI.
W-9 forms, vendor check list.
Vendor performance matrix.
Termination of vendors.
Contract negotiations.
Gathering Business needs/Requirements.
Negotiate contract terms.
Vendor performance reviews
Manage vendor scorecards.
5 Contract management
Implementation of contract management.
Basic need, strategy ahead.
Monitoring the contract renewal dates and making the demand with end user's accordingly.
Uploading the contracts in a contract management tool; making it a alert ready system
Fundamentals of MSA, Draft, SOW, contract, RFP, RFQetc.
6 Software asset management

CFA
Level1
Level2
Level3
Topic Area

Level I

Level II

Level III

Ethical and Professional Standards

15

10

10

Quantitative Methods

12

5-10

Economics

10

5-10

Financial Reporting and Analysis

20

15-25

Corporate Finance

5-15

Equity Investments

10

20-30

5-15

Fixed Income

12

5-15

10-20

Derivatives

5-15

5-15

Alternative Investments

5-15

5-15

Portfolio Management

5-15

45-55

100

100

Total

100

IFRS
Fair Value Measurement

Business Combinations

Financial Instruments

Foreign Currency

Leases

Income Taxes

Revenue Recognition

Intangible Assets

Joint Arrangements

Inventories
Investment Property

IFRS Chapters
1.Small and Medium-sized Entities

2.Concepts and Pervasive Principles

3.Financial Statement Presentation

4.Statement of Financial Position

5.Statement of Comprehensive Income


and Income Statement

6.Statement of Changes in Equity and


Statement of Income and Retained
Earnings

7.Statement of Cash Flows

8.Notes to the Financial Statements

9.Accounting Policies , Estimates and


Errors

10.Basic Financial Instruments

11 Inventories

12 Investments in associates

13 Investments in Joint Ventures

14 Investment in Property

15 Property Plant & Equipment

16 Intangible Assets Other Than Goodwill

17 Leases

18 Provisions and Contingencies

19 Revenue

20 Government Grants

21 Borrowing Costs

22 Employee Benefits

23 Income Tax

24 Foreign Currency Translation

25 Events after the End of the Reporting


Period

26 Related Party Disclosures

27 Transition to the IFRS for SMEs

Electrical Courses:
Overview of EPC Industry and requirement of Electrical Systems Design
Role of Electrical Design Engineer in Industry.
Knowing Client requirements & collection of specific data for projects.
Understanding various phases of projects.
Use of International Standards, Design Basis, std. practices/procedure and
specifications.
Estimation of Plant Electrical Load.
Development of Single Line Diagrams (SLD) and Control Schematics.
Selection, sizing, protection, specification, data-sheets of Electrical equipments.
Cable Selection and Sizing and Routing.
Illumination Design.
Earthing & Lightening Protection Design.
Hazardous Area Classification.
Substation/switchyard design.
Short Circuit Analysis (Fault Calculations and Stability Studies)
Load Flow Analysis
Motor Starting Study
Substation Design
Substation Design Teams
Legislation, Standards, Drawings and Documents
Substations
Network Topology
Planning
Physical arrangements
Civil Design Considerations
Interlocking, lighting protection ,lighting and noise
Auxiliary Supplies.
Switchgear.
Transformers and reactors
Earthing.
Gas Insulated Equipment
Surge arresters , line traps , power insulators, bushing, busbars & connectors cabling.
Why should you attend this session?
Gain expertise in managing the substation design project start to finish
Minimize future instillation and operational issues
Enhance your understanding of the interaction of all elements of a substation
Develop your ability to specific key, long-term assets.
Develop essential skills that are critically short supply in the industry.
Enhance safety through knowledge of appropriate earthing and protection.

Solar Power systems Sales & Service


Fundamentals of solar energy and solar power generation concepts
Standalone & grid tied systems and its concept
Rooftop mounted versus ground mounted models, and applications
Solar panel details, standards and selection of solar panels for SPV power systems
Study on Balance Of Plant (BOP) like inverter, charge controller and batteries, their descriptions
Economics of Solar projects
Financial and non-financial aspects of solar energy
Planning and Project Management of Solar Power Systems
Creating single line diagram (SLD)
Solar Power System Training
Solar panel details, standards and selection of solar panels for SPV power systems
Solar panel junction boxes design, wiring design
Study on Balance Of Plant (BOP) like inverter, charge controller and batteries, their descriptions
Sizing and Selection of BOP equipment and devices, and their placement into solar power design.
Overall system configurations, final power assessment and output estimation
Storage batteries, concepts, technical explanation, selection and sizing of storage batterie

Unix
Unix Scripting
Unix Getting Started
Unix File Management
Standard Unix Streams
Unix File Permission Setup
The Permission Indicators
Directory Access Modes
Changing Permissions
Unix Environment
Printing Files
The pr Command
The lp and lpr Commands
The lpstat and lpq Commands
The cancel and lprm Commands
Sending Email
Unix Pipes and Filters
The grep Command

The sort Command


The pg and more Commands
Unix Processes Management
Starting a Process
Foreground ProcessesNT
Simply Easy Learning
Background Processes
Listing Running Processes
Stopping Processes
Parent and Child Processes
Zombie and Orphan Processes
Daemon Processes
The top Command
Job ID Versus Process ID
Unix Communication
The ping Utility

UNIX FUNDAMENTALS OF UNIX


Introduction to unix and its flavours
Introduction to File System
Installation
Managing Files and Directories,
Commands
Patch Management
User Management
Recovery of Root Passwd
Swap Management
Reading Logs
HP-UX, LINUX & SOLARIS
VIDEO CLASSES AVALABLE FOR LINUX AND
SOLARIS
Introduction to Unix Roles and
responsibilities of a System Administrator
Introduction to Sam
Creating and managing User Accounts
File System and Swap Managemnet
Configuring Device Files
Logical Volume Manager
Ignite and System Backup
Scheduling Cron Jobs
Printer Management
Shutdown and Reboot
Patch Management
NIS & NIS+
NFS
DNS
DHCP
Configuring Send Mail
HP Advanced Administrator
Advanced LVM Learning.
HPVM (ONLY HP-UX)
Clusters (ONLY HP-UX)
Troubleshooting
Webserver Apache
VPars & Npars (ONLY HP-UX)

IBM MAIN FRAMES


Introduction to z/OS environment (overview of z/OS
operating systems and services)
1
2 days
2

z/OS Basics and Hardware/Software overview (hardware


introduction, base and optional elements and products,
LPAR, storage, networking, database and transaction
management introduction, system management,
programming environments)

4 days

TSO/ISPF (with labs)

3 days

JCL (with labs)

3 days

VSAM (with labs)

2 days

IBM Utilities (IEBCOPY, DFSORT etc. with labs)

2 days

Programming in COBOL (with lab)

3 days

Scripting in REXX for writing developer tools and


automation (with labs)

3 days

Programming in PL/I (with labs)

3 days

10

DB2 fundamentals and application programming

3 days

11

CICS fundamentals (with labs)

3 days

12

IMS DB (with labs)

3 days

13

IMS DC (with labs)

2 days

14

Mock Project for student confidence and assessment

2 days