Business Analyst Training in Los Angeles

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I recently had the pleasure of leading business analyst training in Des Moines, Iowa.  While Des Moines is a bit colder than Austin was, I had a terrific time working with a terrific group of business analyst!

BAArgonDigital offered three different classes, each focusing on a different aspect of necessary business analyst skills:

  • Requirements 101:  Best Practices
  • Requirements Visualization
  • Elicitation and Facilitation Training

The reviews are in, and here is what the attendees had to say:

“Much more fun than anticipated…This will be key for me as my team/peers embark on some new BA initiatives this year…Well-facilitated and well-designed from that viewpoint…Plenty of opportunity for class interaction & for us to ask questions & learn from each other…presenter had a pleasant, balanced, relaxed manner – not too bouncy and never annoying”.

We certainly do not want to keep the fun just in Iowa, so we are bringing Business Analyst training to LA, March 19-21, 2013.  Training at ArgonDigital redefines the way that people (business analysts, QA and test teams, and others) learn about requirements. Our approach goes beyond traditional lectures, providing the most effective methods for helping people learn.

I certainly hope you can join us!  For more information and to register for our business analyst training, visit our website or business analyst Los Angeles.

Oh, and I almost forgot…of course our training is endorsed by IIBA!

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