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PMI-PBA®: PMI-Professional Business Analyst


PMI-Professional in Business Analysis (PMI-PBA®) certification, offered by Project Management Institute (PMI) from Pennsylvania, is a prestigious certificate acknowledging the knowledge and skill for a business analyst. This 5 days course on PMI-PBA Exam preparation focuses on the terms and processes from a business analyst point of view.


Anyone who wishes to go for PMI-PBA examination.


Degree holders with 4500 hours of business analysis experience and 2000 hours of general project experience and a 35 hours of contact hours related to business analysis course is mandatory. High school diploma holders needs to show a 7500 hours of business analysis experience along with a 2000 hours of general project experience and a 35 hours of contact hours related to business analysis course is mandatory.


This program will be conducted with interactive lectures, PowerPoint presentation, discussions and practical exercise


Upon completion of this program, participants should be able to :

  • Understand the business analysts concepts, approach and techniques

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Introduction to PMI-PBA℠ Certification
  • Overview of certification process, requirements, and application tips
  • PMI-PBA℠ Exam overview
  • Business analysis terminologies

Project Goals
  • Define the business problem or opportunity and work the value proposition
  • Develop project goals
  • Identify and analyse the stakeholders
  • Business case review
  • Define traceability of requirements
  • Develop requirements management plan
  • Plan requirements change control
  • Plan for document control
  • Define solution acceptance criteria

PBA Requirement
  • Elicit requirements
  • Analyze requirements
  • Perform gap analysis
  • Allocate requirements
  • Obtain requirements signoff
  • Write requirements specifications
  • Validate requirements
  • Elaborate and specify detailed requirements acceptance criteria
Traceability and Monitoring
  • Track requirements
  • Monitor requirements
  • Update requirements status
  • Communicate requirements status
  • Validate test results
  • Communicate solution defects
  • Obtain stakeholder signoff of solution
  • Evaluate solution value
  • Manage changes to requirements
Exam Preparation
  • Practice Exam Questions & Review
  • Risk performance information
  • Risk reporting
  • Workaround
  • Risk trends
  • Risk audits
  • Risk reassessments
  • Risk closure
  • Lessons learned
Lavanya Arul

Lavanya Arul

Lavanya has been working in the IT industry since 1996 and has been exposed to all job roles. She started as an IT developer and later progressed as a project manager for MNC's in Malaysia and Singapore. She worked with end-users and clients to understand the challenges in their environment. She started training as a career since 2006 and has a lot of passion for it. Her main advantage is 'on the spot' customization of sessions based on the target audience and in making these sessions lively and informative as possible. She has served as a board member for Singapore PMI chapter for 3 years.

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David Khaw (Khaw Chong Sun)

David Khaw (Khaw Chong Sun)

David started his project management experience in Oil & Gas Information Technology back in the year 2003 as a project engineer. He involved in planning, execution, quality assurance and transition processes. The real experience as a project manager since 2008 when he was a team leader before got himself PMP accreditation in the year 2009. The most memorable project management experience is in the year 2011 when he successfully rescued a nationwide enterprise system upgrade project in Automotive Information Technology from failure planning. His biggest budget project is USD 20 million communication equipment setup for the deep-water platform and the whole ecosystem as a senior project manager throughout the year 2013 and 2015. Now, as Certified Trainer and Coach, he inspires his client to maximise their potential in project management to realising sustainable benefits and creating meaningful values.David is partnering with organisation leaders to achieve their purposeful objectives by realise sustainable benefits and create meaningful values. His mission is possible by aligning organisation leaders’ meaningful values and strategy to their desired outcome using project management and coaching skills. He is delivering workshops & coaching sessions related to organisational strategy, change and project management since 2012 to develop competent project management practitioners to deliver quality outcomes for their organisations. David holds double masters on business administration and project management from the University of Southern Queensland Australia. He also certified Project Management Professional from Project Management Institute (PMI®), US, certified Professional Trainer from International Professional Managers Association, UK, certified Transformative Coach from Coach Masters Academy, Singapore and Neuro-Semantics, Neuro-Linguistic Programming, and Hypnosis and Time-lines Practitioner by the International Society of Neuro-Semantics, US. David is currently a professional trainer and coach. Before that, he was senior project manager managed capital and organisation change projects for a couple of both local and international multi-national companies. Project management and coaching are part of his belief to help the organisation to achieve its vision.David is also a member of the Project Management Institute (PMI®), Project Management Institute Malaysia (PMIMY), International Coach Federation (ICF), International Coach Federation Malaysia Chapter (ICFMY) and Rotary International. As active members, he was PMIMY Director for Giving Back (PMIEF Liaison), PMI Education Foundation (PMIEF) Community Engagement Committee (for Asia-Pacific + Pakistan region), and Youth Director for a Rotary Club. Recently, David being elected as the PMI Malaysia Chapter Secretary. He will participate actively in these communities to advocate the essence of project management and coaching as life skills. Read More

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