San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
THIS IS A BUNDLE PACKAGE IF YOU WANT TO SIGN-UP FOR ALL 3 CLASSES AND GET $885 DISCOUNT OFF THE PRICE!!
This three day course provides intermediate and advanced business analysts, project managers, and product managers an incredibly powerful addition to their skill set through requirements visualization (we wrote the book on visual software requirements models).
Taught by Seilevel’s expert practitioners and based on real-world experiences, this course incorporates game-based training techniques to create an engaging experience that increases retention so students can begin using their new skills immediately.
For public training in other regions, see the link below.
Training at the Sheraton Gateway Hotel in Los Angeles, CA
6101 West Century Boulevard
IIBA-Certified Business Analyst Training from Seilevel
When business analysts attend a training course, they should be able to implement their new skills immediately, because the ultimate goal of requirements training is successful software projects.
There are hundreds of BA training classes out there, from self-directed study to week-long seminars. But how do you know that you’re getting the one that that will really help?
A Completely Different Approach
Training at Seilevel redefines the way that people (business analysts, QA and test teams, and others) learn about requirements. Our approach goes beyond traditional lectures, providing the most effective methods for helping people learn.
By using a unique, games-based approach recognized as an extraordinary learning tool, class participants stay engaged, learn more and as a result immediately start using their new and improved skills after training.
Every one of our classes are taught by Seilevel Senior Product Managers, who hone their skills every day in the trenches of Fortune 1000 companies. We believe that in order to teach a class you must have lived the experience of eliciting requirements. Given that our consultants bring a wide variety of experiences to the training, they can easily provide examples and scenarios that push students to think about requirements for their specific projects.
For more information, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.