Business Analysis Training and Resources

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B2T Training has trained and equipped over 14,500 of the most successful and high performing business analysts in the field since 2000. Get your business analysis training from the most respected and highest qualified source of experts in the industry.

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Courses

Business analyst training courses developed to address the most common problems organizations face. Search for recommendations based on your profile.

Coaching/Mentoring

Effective coaching and mentoring can help teams improve. Learn how to drive more revenue by leveraging your business analysts.

Webinars/Seminars

The perfect way to enhance your skill set and re-energize your analysis. Delivered in 1 or 2 hours to highlight topics of critical importance to your organization.

Workshops

Intense consulting sessions focused on a specific issue to enhance analysis skills or techniques. Work in-depth with a business analysis expert on your company’s project(s).

BA Health Check

Designed to help teams receive feedback on their current BA Practice, provide critical improvement areas and, if needed, determine the right course of action.

Courseware Licensing

Do you develop and deliver training in house? Licensing our business analysis courseware and get your team trained faster with our comprehensive train-the-trainer program.

B2T Training Delivers Results

Targeted content:
  • B2T Training 62%
  • Industry 50%
Applied skills within 30 days:
  • B2T Training 83%
  • Industry 70%
Increased quality of work:
  • B2T Training 80%
  • Industry 66%
Customer satisfaction:
  • B2T Training 53%
  • Industry 31%

“This training [Essential Skills for Business Analysis] was extremely beneficial and I would recommend it to a friend who is looking to learn more about business writing.”

Natalie D.

IT Project Manager, Aviation Industry

“I loved the fact that many of the exercises were done in groups. Many times a team member feels intimidated alone. This also coincides with our day to day functions as a BA. We tend to work within groups daily while brainstorming, eliciting requirements, scoping, etc. Overall great course [Developing an Effective Business Case]!”

Kevin R.

Business Analyst II , Financial Industry

“At the beginning of class [Agile Overview], I had dozens of questions that I was saving for the end of class. After reviewing my questions, all of them were addressed within the class topics. Fantastic!”

Cheryl E.

IT Analyst, Insurance Industry

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Templates

Structured assistance for a wide range of business analysis tasks including defining requirements, validating requirements, and more.

Quick Tips

Sometimes you just need a quick answer or way to achieve a common goal. Quick tips are best practices based on expert experiences.

Checklists

Take some of the complexity out of business analysis with our checklists for many business analyst activities.

White Papers

In depth research, experience, and advice from our experts on a wide range of business analysis topics.

Class Schedule

Complete listing of our upcoming publicly held live instructor-led in person or virtual classes.

Blog

Get the latest tips and advice from our business analyst experts and guest bloggers in our Business Analyst Blog.

BA Tools

Organize, share and define your requirements with modeling and analytical tools as well as repositories for sharing and tracing requirements.

Library

List of recommended books for any business analysis professional serious about improving their skills or to have as a resource for future projects.

BA Store

Shop our online offerings for on-demand webinars, virtual mentoring, study guides, and more.

Business Analysis for Dummies

Companies today need business analysts so they can solve problems, take advantage of opportunities and make sure they are chasing the most cost-effective sotuions.

The good news is that the skills needed to address these concerns are learnable. We wrote the book on how to make the complex subject of business analysis easy to understand.