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Business Intelligence Analyst Training

 

Business Intelligence Analyst  Training

Business Intelligence Analyst Training

Author

ing. Mondy Holten

Business Intelligence Analyst  

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  1. About XADAT

1.1. Business Intelligence & Data Analytics Training

1.2. Problem!

  1. Retrain for a New Job or Career
  2. Services
  3. Get Started

Course overview

Deadline(s):

Book (s):

Video:

Syllabus:

Background project

  1. Learning Goals Business analyst

Assessment criteria:

  1. Level Course Business analyst
  2. Time line Business analyst
  3. Learning Outcomes of the course
  4. Prerequisites and co-requisites
  5. Recommended optional programme components
  6. Mandatory Source and Literature
  7. Assessment and evaluation
  1. Study load

Activity Hours Business analyst

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  1. Price Course per session

400 euro, excluded VAT

  1. Timeline

This course takes 4 sessions. 1 session is 4 hours

Open course start:

Problem 1:

Demand for data experts to double by 2017

Problem 2:

Unemployment rate in the EU zone area: 11.5%

1. About XADAT

XADAT stands for eXperts Analyzing Data Analytics Technology. We provide 2 services

  • Training in Big Data Analytics and BI
  • Consulting in Big Data Analytics and BI

 

1.1. Business Intelligence & Data Analytics Training

XADAT provides a variety of business course options to help you get the most out of ERP system, based on the experience of XADAT staff and partners around the world.

 

1.2. Problem!

 

  • Demand for data experts to double by 2017
  • Unemployment rate in the EU zone area: 11.5%
  • Most Technology universities don’t teach their students up-to-date courses
  • Old study techniques and methodics
  • Old study material
  • Degree of students do not match the needs of employers

 

4. Retrain for a New Job or Career

XADAT solves the problems with a retraining program for a new job or career, for the following reasons:

  • Receiving—or eligible to receive—unemployment benefits.
  • Have exhausted unemployment benefits within the past four years.
  • Formerly self-employed and currently unemployed due to general economic conditions.
  • Unemployed veteran discharged within the past four years.
  • Upgrade your skills to remain employed in your current job.

5. Services

  • Tuition assistance, books, and fees for those who qualify.
  • Education & Training in Big Data Analytics.
  • Job search assistance and job placement  

Job oppertunities after this course

This student will be ready to start at top 500 companies that use SAP ERP system, for example: Philips, Shell, Heineken, ASML, DSM, Nike, Adidas.

 

This caididate is ready to work as:

  • Junior Business Intelligence Analyst
  • Junior Business analyst Consultant
  • Junior SAP BI Consultant
  • Junior Information Analyst

 

Salary

After to follow full business caourse at XADAT the student can expect a sallary in the range of 18.000- 22.000 euro as starter as Junior position after 3-5 years you can expect regarding current market between 30.000-70.000 euro.

6. Get Started

For questions you can contact one of  our training coordinators at coordinator at XADAT.

Course overview

Deadline(s):

  • Exam: <  >
  • Portolio Assignment: < > .
  • Homework need to be published on XADAT.COM in the respective week. It is

 

not allowed to publish a blog post week(s) in advance.

Book (s):

Reading materials will be posted on training.xadat.nl

 

Video:

Video material will be posted on training.xadat.nl

 

Syllabus:

Reading materials will be posted on training.xadat.nl

 

Test: Exam and individual assignment

Book(s): Reading materials will be posted on Sharepoint

 

Test(s): Exam and individual assignment

Weight: 50% exam, 50% assignment

 

What is business analyst?

A business analyst is someone who analyzes an organization or business domain (real or hypothetical) and documents its business or processes or systems, assessing the business model or its integration with technology.

 

activities end products
Strategic planning planning and executing business analysis meetings Business plan
Business system requirements designing information plan

designing project plan

Functional design
Technical requirements information analyze, data analyzing, data modeling Technical design
Systems analysis creating test plan, managing testing plan Test document

 

 

 

Which activities will you do in this course?

in this course you will do following activities:

 

  • Lead workshops and meetings with stakeholders to collect, document and analyse process and system requirements.
  • Work with technical resources to analyse data, source systems, data models and generate source to target documentation and system recommendations.
  • Identify and document existing processes, workflows, gaps, and risks, Summarize insights and communicate implications for internal and external stakeholders.
  • Serve as the vital link between business, the MDM centres of excellence and IT while providing knowledge an advice in own areas of expertise.
  • Compose and deliver business documents such as business use cases, business requirements, and testing scenarios.
  • Supports the process of identifying, describing and realizing opportunities for the development and use of global master data across information systems.
  • Manage relationships with key stakeholders, ensuring requirements are identified and met in a timely fashion.
  • Support system development activities by assisting in requirements gathering, the drafting of test scripts, test execution, etc.

 

 

1. Learning Goals Business analyst

This Business analyst course will disusss the following topics:

  • Lead workshops and meetings with stakeholders to collect, document and analyse process and system requirements.
  • Work with technical resources to analyse data, source systems, data models and generate source to target documentation and system recommendations.
  • Identify and document existing processes, workflows, gaps, and risks, Summarize insights and communicate implications for internal and external stakeholders.
  • Serve as the vital link between business, the MDM centres of excellence and IT while providing knowledge an advice in own areas of expertise.
  • Compose and deliver business documents such as business use cases, business requirements, and testing scenarios.
  • Supports the process of identifying, describing and realizing opportunities for the development and use of global master data across information systems.
  • Manage relationships with key stakeholders, ensuring requirements are identified and met in a timely fashion.
  • Support system development activities by assisting in requirements gathering, the drafting of test scripts, test execution, etc.

 

Assessment criteria:

 

The course will be assessed summative with an exam and an assignment:

 

  1. The examination consists of 30 multiple choice questions. The weighting for the

 

examination is 50% of the final grade and the minimum pass mark is 6,5 (19

 

correct answers are needed for a Pass). The assessment criteria for the

 

examination are:

 

  1. Knowledge and an understanding of the concepts covered in the

 

course (classes and reading materials) (approx. 2/3 of exam

 

questions)

 

  1. Application of concepts through analyzing and evaluating eMarketing

 

topics. (approx. 1/3 of exam questions)

 

  1. An individual assignment with a weighting of 50% weight and a 6,5 minimum

 

pass mark). The assessment criteria for the blog are included in appendix 2 and

 

will be posted on training.xadat.nl

 

3. Level Course Business analyst  

Entry Level 1

 

4. Time line Business analyst  

  • This course takes 3 sessions of 4 hours
  • Start date course, click “here”.
  • Every 10 weeks you can start with this course. This course will repeat after 10 weeks on same day.
  • You can start every week with one of our BI courses  

 

5. Learning Outcomes of the course

The purpose of this course is to understand the importance of Business analyst in business and how it can contribute to measure the level of strategy implementation towards results of a company or institution. Students will therefore obtain a basic understanding about the critical aspects, when developing a Business analyst & measurement system. The focus will especially be on the technique of the balanced scorecard (BSC), which combines financial and non-financial ratios to an integrated framework of strategic leadership and controlling.

 

Mode of delivery (face-to-face, distance learning)

The transfer of knowledge is a combination of face-to-face interaction (presentation of the basics in Business analyst) and self-study approach (students have to submit three assignments based on study of selected literature).

 

7. Prerequisites and co-requisites  

ERP for beginners

 

8. Recommended optional programme components  

Not applicable

 

9. Mandatory Source and Literature

  • XADAT Workbook Business analyst 6-2016
  • Managing Business Performance

 

Course structure Business analyst

 

Session Subject Compulsor y reading Tutorial
1
2
3

 

4. Assessment and evaluation

 

E-Marketing principles will have two assessments:

 

• An exam in week 9. The weighting of the exam is 50% of the total grade. A

 

minimal passing mark of 5,5 is required. The exam consists of 30 multiple

 

choice questions. It is a closed book exam.

 

• An individual blogging assignment.

The weighting of the assignment is 50% of

 

the total grade. The assignment is presented in appendix 1. The assessment

 

criteria are presented in appendix, which will be posted on Sharepoint.

 

You need to pass both the final assignment and the exam in order to pass the

 

course.

5. Study load

 

Activity Hours Business analyst

 

Class hours 28

 

Studying literature 40

 

Doing assignments 30

 

Preparing test 40

 

Taking test 2

 

Total 140

 

 

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Performance Managament at XADAT.NL

 

Weesperstraat 61

1018 VN Amsterdam, NL

training@xadat.nl

 

7. Price Course per session

1200 euro, excluded VAT

 

7. Timeline

This course takes 4 sessions. 1 session is 4 hours

 

Open course start:

 

8:00-12:00

18:00-22:00

 

Monday or Thursdag every month

 

 

Problem 1:

Demand for data experts to double by 2017

 

@NeelieKroesEU said “Data is the motor and foundation of the future economy. Every kind of organisation needs the building blocks to boost their performance, from farm to factory, from the lab to the shop floor.”

 

European Commission and data industry launch €2.5 billion partnership to master big data

The European Commission and Europe’s data industry have committed to invest €2.5 billion in a public-private partnership (PPP) that aims to strengthen the data sector and put Europe at the forefront of the global data race.

 

Mastering big data could mean:

    • up to 30% of the global data market for European suppliers;

 

  • 100,000 new data-related jobs in Europe by 2020;

 

  • 10% lower energy consumption, better health-care outcomes and more productive industrial machinery.

 

Source: European Commision http://europa.eu/rapid/press-release_IP-14-1129_en.htm

 

Problem 2:

Unemployment rate in the EU zone area: 11.5%

 

Unemployment in many European countries has risen sharply due to the credit crunch and global recession. The worst hit countries include Spain (ES) and Greece (EL), who both have unemployment rates of over 24%. In the past few months, there has been a slight reduction in European unemployment, but, the prolonged period of mass unemployment is leaving significant social and economic problems for the whole Eurozone.

  • Unemployment rate in the Eurozone area: 11.5% (July 2014)
  • EU-28 Unemployment is slightly lower at 10.2% (July 2014)
  • Total unemployment in the EU-28 is 24.850 million (July 2014)
  • The Eurozone  (EA-18) jobless total is now 18.409 million. (link) The highest since records began.
  • Youth unemployment rates in the EU 27 is 21.8% (July 2014)
  • The lowest unemployment rates are in Austria (4.9 %) and Germany (4.9 %). The highest rates are in Greece (27.2 % in January 2014) and Spain (24.5 %).
  • By comparison, unemployment in Japan is 3.6%, and in US 6.8%. UK unemployment is 6.5%
  • Eurostat unemployment figures

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