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This is a brand-new training program that will help you become a full stack business analyst. Full stack business analyst is a combination of conventional business analyst and data analyst/analytics professional.

Our new and comprehensive ‘Full Stack Analysis’ (FSA) training and placement program is a combination of our popular conventional Certified Agile Business Analysis and Data Analysis/Data Analytics courses.

Business entities have been rapidly embedding IT solutions into their day-to-day operations and decision-making processes for their overall performance. This has resulted in a plethora of new roles and responsibilities in the IT domain. To meet this requirement, organizations reskill/upskill existing team members.

Hence, we at Skillcubator Training Institute have crafted a brand-new Full Stack Analyst Training and Placement Program that will help you become a versatile conventional Business Analyst and Data Analyst.

If you are looking to increase your marketability and expand your knowledgebase, this program is the best fit for you.

  • You want to increase your prospects of succeeding in the IT domain without learning any programming
  • You want to become a business analyst and data analyst/data analytics professional in a short span of time and keep your job options open for any of these roles
  • You want to outcompete your competitors by having a ‘Full Stack Analyst’ title on your resume and earn a Certificate of Completion from our Skillcubator Training Institute
  • You want to work on a project that needs conventional business analysis and data analysis/analytics knowledge, skills, and expertise

1.0 Business Analysis Fundamentals

  • What is Business Analysis?
  • Who is a Business Analyst?
  • Importance of Business Analyst
  • Real-world Business Analyst Use Cases
  • A typical Day of a Business Analyst

2.0 Project Management Overview

  • What is a Project?
  • What is Project Management?
  • Understanding the ‘Iron Triangle’
  • What are the different Phases of a Project?
  • Understanding various Knowledge Areas and Processes within each of them
  • Reviewing Key Project Management Artifacts
  • Project Scope v/s Product Scope
  • Creating ‘Project Plan’ (Schedule) Using Gantter Tool

3.0 Key Management Concepts

  • Value Chain
  • Lean Methodology
  • Kanban
  • Poka-Yoke
  • Core Competency
  • Kaizen
  • Business Process Re-engineering
  • Business Process Improvement

4.0 Understanding Stakeholder Landscape

  • Primary v/s Secondary Stakeholder
  • Active v/s Passive Stakeholder
  • Understanding various Types of Stakeholders via a Live Case Study
  • What are the different Organizational Structures?
  • Creating ‘RACI’ Matrix Using MS Excel
  • Creating ‘Organizational Structures’ Using MS Visio, Lucidchart, Gliffy or Visual Paradigm

5.0 Understanding different Types of Requirements

  • What is a Requirement?
  • Understanding different Types of Requirements
  • Business Need
  • Stakeholder Requirement
  • Functional
  • Non-functional
  • Interface
  • Graphical User Interface
  • Business Rules

6.0  What is Software Development Lifecycle?

  • Understanding the Different Phases of an SDLC
  • Role of a Business Analyst in each of the SDLC Phases
  • Learning and Comparing (a) Predictive (b) Iterative and Incremental and (c) Adaptive SDLC Models

7.0  Reviewing different Software Engineering Models

  • Waterfall
  • Spiral
  • Rapid Application Development (RAD)
  • Rational Unified Process (RUP)
  • SCRUM (More Emphasis will be Given to SCRUM)

8.0  Requirements Lifecycle

  • Requirements Elicitation
  • Requirements Analysis
  • Requirements Documentation
  • Solution Assessment
  • Requirements Management

9.0 Requirements Elicitation

  • What is Requirements Elicitation?
  • Understanding various Requirements Elicitation Techniques
  • Brainstorming
  • Focus Group
  • Requirements Workshops
  • Interviews
  • Questionnaire/survey
  • Document Analysis
  • Prototyping
  • Pros and Cons of each of the Requirements Elicitation Techniques

10.0 Business Requirements Analysis

  • SWOT Analysis Technique
  • RCA (Root Cause Analysis) Technique
  • Five Whys
  • Fishbone (Ishikawa)
  • Business Process Management
  • What is Business Process Management (BPM)?
  • What is Business Process Modeling?
  • Understanding various Business Process Modeling Notations
  • How to Create a Business Process Model?
  • Creating ‘As-Is’ (Current State) and ‘To-Be’ (Future State) Business Process Model Using MS Visio/Lucidchart/Gliffy Tools
  • Creating ‘Root Cause Analysis’ Diagram Using MS Visio/Lucidchart/Gliffy Tools

11.0 System Requirements Analysis

  • What is System Context Diagram?
  • Creating System Context Diagram Using MS Visio/Lucidchart/Gliffy Tools (Hands-on Exercise)
  • Object-oriented Concepts
  • What is Unified Modeling Language (UML)?
  • Use Case Diagrams
  • Activity Diagrams
  • State Chart/State Machine Diagrams
  •  Sequence Diagrams
  •  Creating all UML Models (Mentioned Above) Using MS Visio/Lucidchart/Gliffy Tools
  • What is ‘Functional Requirements Document’ (FRD) and Writing FRD Using MS Word
  • What is a Use Case Specification?
  • Writing a Use Case Specification Document Using MS Word (Hands-on Exercise)
  • Creating Data Dictionary Using MS Word (Hands-on Exercise)
  • Creating Business Rules Document Using MS Excel (Hands-on Exercise)

12.0 Scrum

  • What is ‘Agile Software Development?
  • Understanding various ‘Agile Software Development’ Practices/models
  • What is SCRUM?
  • What is ‘Agile Manifesto’?
  • Different Roles in SCRUM
  • Role of a Business Analyst in SCRUM
  • Understanding various ‘Ceremonies’ in a SCRUM
  •  Writing Features-Epics-User Stories Using JIRA Tool (Hands-on Exercise)
  • Writing ‘Acceptance Criteria’ Using Gherkin Syntax (Given-When-Then) Using JIRA Tool (Hands-on Exercise)
  • How to Estimate a User Story and Add User Story Attributes in a JIRA Tool (Hands-on Exercise)?
  • What is a Team Velocity?
  • Understanding Burndown/burnup Chart and How to Create Using MS Excel and/or JIRA Tool
  • How to Initiate, Execute, and Close Sprints/iterations Using JIRA Tool? (Hands-on Exercise)
  • Various Techniques on Splitting an EPIC into Small User Stories
  • How to Create Wireframes/mockups Using Balsamiq Tool?

13.0 Structured Query Language (SQL)

  •  What is Database?
  •  What is a Table (Column/row) in a Database?
  •  What is Entity Relationship Diagram (ERD)?
  •  How to Create an ERD Diagram Using Visio? (Hands-on Exercise)
  •  Understanding Database Schema
  •  What is Datatype?
  •  What is SQL?
  •  Write SQL Queries (Hands-On Exercise)

14.0 Requirements Management

  • What is Requirements Management?
  • Understanding ‘Requirements Management Plan’ (RMP)
  •  What is Requirements Traceability Matrix (RTM)?
  •  Creating an RTM Using DOORS/ MS Excel Tool (Hands-on Exercise)

15.0 Requirements Estimation

  • Why Estimate Requirements and Importance of Estimating Software Requirements?
  • Overview of different Software Requirements Estimating Models
  •  Understanding ‘Industry Best Practices’ to Estimate a Requirement

16.0 Configuration Management

  • What is Configuration Management?
  •  Benefits of Configuration Management
  •  Applying CM Using Tortoise SVN Tool (Hands-on Exercise)

17.0 Change Control

  •  What is Change Control Board (CCB)?
  •  Role of a Business Analyst in a CCB Process

18.0 Quality Assurance

  •  What is Quality Assurance?
  •  Different Types of Testing Models
  •  Role of a Business Analyst in Quality Assurance/testing Phase

19.0 Miscellaneous Topics

  • What is Service-oriented Architecture?
  • What are Cloud Computing and various Cloud Computing Models?
  • What is Business Process Model and Notation (BPMN)?
  • Creating BPMN Model Using MS Visio Tool (Hands-on Exercise)

20.0 Introduction to Data Analysis/Data Analytics

  • Introduction
  • Data Analytics Overview
  • Dealing with different Types of Data
  • Data Visualization for Decision-making
  • Data Analysis, Data Analytics, and Business Intelligence
  • Data Analytics in different Sectors
  • Analytics Framework and Latest Trends

21.0 Business Analytics with MS Excel

  • Microsoft Excel 101 (Learn All Basic Features of MS Excel)
  • Formatting Conditional Formatting and Important Functions (Statistical, Financial, Logical, etc.)
  • Using VLOOKUP and HLOOKUP Functions
  • Creating Pivot Tables and Analyzing Data with Pivot Tables
  • Creating Charts (Pie, Bar, Histogram, Line, Area, Scatter, etc.)
  • How to Create and Manage a Dashboard
  • Explore Data Using Conditional Formatting for Categorization and Analysis

22.0 SQL Training

  • Fundamentals of SQL Statements
  • Restore and Back-up
  • Selection Commands: Filtering
  • Selection Commands: Ordering
  • Alias
  • Aggregate Commands
  • Group by Commands
  • Conditional Statement
  • Joins (Inner, Outer, Left, and Right) and Unions
  • Subqueries
  • Views and Index
  • String Functions
  • Mathematical Functions
  • Date – Time Functions
  • Pattern (String) Matching
  • User Access Control Functions

23.0 Tableau

  • Getting Started with Tableau
  • Core Tableau in Topics
  • Creating Charts in Tableau
  • Working with Metadata
  • Filters in Tableau
  • Applying Analytics to the Worksheet
  • Dashboard in Tableau
  • Apply Visual Analytics Best Practices and Design Interactive Dashboards with Parameters, Advanced Filters, and Layout
  • Containers
  • Learn Data Narratives by Creating Stories in Tableau to Illustrate Data-driven Decisions
  • Modifications to Data Connections
  • Introduction to Level of Details in Tableau (LODS)
  • Training program as per latest industry demands
  • IIBA Endorsed Education Provider
  • Access to Learning Management System (LMS)
  • Free PSM-1 and PSPO-1 training
  • 35 PDUs/CDUs
  • IIBA certified instructors with 20+ years of experience
  • Plenty of case studies, in-class exercises, quizzes, and take-home assignments
  • 10+ industry-standard tools
  • Personalized resume, LinkedIn profile makeover, and cover letter
  • Course aligned to IIBA’s BABOK 3.0 and PMI’s body of knowledge
  • Comprehensive Capstone project
  • Experiential learning through case studies

Tools for Business Analyst

  • Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
  • Microsoft Visio, Gliffy, Lucidchart
  • Bizagi, Camunda, Bonita, Signavio, and Draw.io
  • Product Plan and Gantter
  • Balsamiq and Mockflow
  • Jira
  • Confluence
  • Tortoise SVN
  • Oracle
  • Kanban Tool, Backlog.com or Similar Kanban Tool

Tools for Data Analyst

  • Microsoft Excel
  • Microsoft Visio, Gliffy, Lucidchart
  • Oracle
  • Jira
  • Confluence
  • Tableau, Power BI

Full-stck tools

Full Stack Business Analyst training program is a combination of Business Analysis and Data Analysis/Data Analytics program.

Full Stack Analyst training and placement Program will prepare you to wear multiple hats of a conventional Business Analyst and a Data Analyst/Data Analytics professional at the same time.

Total cost of the training program is 2700 USD + 5.3% Sales Tax, which includes study material, training tools, access to the Learning Management System (LMS), three certifications, resume preparation, cover letter, LinkedIn profile, mock interview preparation, placement, and post-placement support.

Yes. You will be required to use industry-standard tools, which are usually used by Business Analyst and Data Analyst/Data Analytics professionals around the world. However, there is no additional cost for using these tools. [Please Note: Instructor reserves the right to make changes to the suite of tools depending on the current industry demand]

For Full Stack Business Analyst training, we use more than 20 industry-standard tools. Please see the following

Tools for Business Analyst

  • Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
  • Microsoft Visio, Gliffy, Lucidchart
  • Bizagi, Camunda, Bonita, Signavio, Draw.io
  • Product Plan, Gantter
  • Balsamiq, Mockflow
  • Jira
  • Confluence
  • Tortoise SVN
  • Oracle
  • Kanban Tool, Backlog.com or similar Kanban Tool


Tools for Data Analyst

  • Microsoft Excel
  • Microsoft Visio, Gliffy, Lucidchart
  • Oracle
  • Jira
  • Confluence
  • Tableau, Power BI

Yes. Our Full Stack Business Analyst program is recognized by IIBA and you can also claim 35 PDUs/CDUs.

No. Currently, we are not a registered education provider for PMI. However, you can still earn 35 PDUs/CDUs in case you plan to take any of the PMI’s certification or want to maintain an existing one. Skillcubator will provide you with all the required documentation which needs to be submitted to PMI to claim the PDUs/CDUs.

IIBA(International Institute of Business Analysis) is a not-for-profit organization geared towards the advancement of the business analysis discipline. You can find more on IIBA by clicking the following URL https://www.iiba.org/about-iiba/

PMI(Project Management Institute) is a not-for-profit organization that aims to promote and standardize the project management discipline.

Please click on the following link to view the detailed course outline


“PMI®“, “PMBOK®“, “PMP®“, “PMI-RMP®“, “CAPM®” and “PMI-ACP®” are registered marks of the Project Management Institute, Inc.

IIBA®, the IIBA® logo, BABOK® and Business Analysis Body of Knowledge® are registered trademarks owned by International Institute of Business Analysis.CBAP® is a registered certification mark owned by International Institute of Business Analysis. Certified Business Analysis Professionalisa trademark owned by International Institute of Business Analysis.

Certified CBAP, PMP and BPM instructor will be leading this course.
2700 USD +5.3% Sales Tax
  • Live Online
  • In-person
  • Private Team Training
There are no prerequisites to take this training. However, it is nice to have some basic computing skills (MS Office like Word, Excel, and PowerPoint), decent communication skills (verbal and writing in English). Also, feel comfortable talking to people and playing around with data.
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