Business Analyst / Quality Assurance

Duration: 8 weeks

Next batch starts: 24th November, 2018

Ø Anyone who wants to shift career / work in the IT sector but has no prior background in IT;
Ø QA’s wanting to upgrade to BA role;
Ø Those who are preparing for industry certification exams of IIBA / ISTB.

Ø Multiple domains training (Finance, Insurance, Banking, Capital Markets, Retail)
Ø Learn how to efficiently model the business problems
Ø Learn project reporting techniques and responsibilities
Ø Ms Visio, MS Project

Ø Learn Software Testing methodology and terminology
Ø Different types of testing methods, concepts, strategy
Ø Manual testing concept (creating test cases)
Ø Agile, waterfall, v- models (of SDLC’s)

Though BA and QA are different and unique disciplines of work, more and more employers are seeking professionals who can work in both the areas with equal ease and expertise.

Business analysts are emerging as the central IT competency of the future. A Business Analyst uses a set of tools, techniques and methodologies to define a business’s requirements, and presents solutions that are reasonable and actionable by the business. Sazan’s  Business Analysis curriculum will help you to build your skill sets and fine tune your techniques to effectively improve your functions and activities that are key to success as a Business Analyst. Whether your goals are to reduce overall company costs, provide more efficient use of scarce resources, define requirements, or better support customers, Sazan’s Business Analysis courses teach the tools and techniques you need to succeed.

As per the trend in last 2 years, QA job market (in Canada) is fast reaching saturation point due to low demand–high supply of QA professionals, outsourcing of QA roles to other countries, advent of global outsourcing companies that are bringing in offshore QA professionals to work onsite who would be willing to work for lesser than half of the market salary.

Automation testing market has declined sharply due to the availability of cheap QA labor, expensive tools and huge overheads involved.

Hence manual QA expertise should be clubbed with other skill to make a strong impression.

BA jobs are rarely outsourced and hence there is no danger of saturation. But BA with QA skills are always preferred over just BA skills for obvious reasons.

Hence anybody who is looking for a BA or QA role is strongly recommended to possess expertise in both skills.

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