The foundation certificate is ideal for individuals who are wanting to develop a deep understanding of the different processes, framework, and techniques required to implement successful business change.
This course would also benefit Business Analysts, Business Managers, and members of their team, as well as Business Change Managers and Project Managers.
People who study BCS Business Analysis and Change Management training typically go into one of the following job roles:
The average UK salary for a professional in the Business Analysis or Change Management sectors is £46,000 per annum.
After this training you will be able to demonstrate an understanding of Business Change in the following areas:
Business Change Principles (5%)
Business Alignment (20%)
Business Improvement Definition (25%)
Business Change Design and Development (20%)
Business Change Implementation (15%)
Benefits Management and Realisation (15%)
Type – Multiple choice
Number of questions – 40
Duration – 60 minutes
Supervised – Yes
Open Book – No
Pass mark – 26/40 (65%)
BCS Business Analysis Webinar Details
Throughout the year, e-Careers hosts a series of FREE BCS Business Analysis webinars, to help delegates better understand this sector, and discuss ways you can study towards a career in this industry.
Embark on a career journey which has the potential for you to earn between £48k - £70k.
Discover the essential tools, techniques & uses for Business Analysis.
Reserve your virtual seat & be part of our Exclusive Business Analysis Webinar to see if a career in this industry is right for you.
Who Should Attend?
If you’re currently working in an industry where you feel having a better understanding of Business Analysis will benefit you and your organisation, this webinar is for you.
Why become a Business Analyst?
In demand role
Right now, many Businesses acknowledge that there is a need to hire and retain employees who can function as Business Analysts, making this a secure career with great progression opportunities.
Great earning potential
As a Business Analysts in the UK you will be able to earn an average salary of £48k per annum, with scope to work your way up to around £70k towards the upper end.
Every day is different
Schedule your own tasks each day and decide how you will carry them out. This is your puzzle to put together. Every day and every project are different.