Programmes and Pricing

/Programmes and Pricing


Career Suitability Assessment

  • Getting to Know You
  • Competency Check
  • Communication Skills
  • Business Knowledge
  • Collaboration Skills
  • Software Tools

Is Business Analysis for me?

  • An introduction to Business Analysis
  • An understanding of Project Roles
  • Essential Skills and Competencies
  • Business Analysis Aptitude Test

Finding my first Job as a Business Analyst

  • Vacancy search
  • Understanding person spec vs job spec
  • Writing your CV
  • Applying for a Business Analyst role
  • Contractor vs Permanent opportunities
  • Preparing for the interview

Keeping my first job as a Business Analyst

  • Flexi mentoring
  • Structured mentoring
  • Continuous Professional Development
  • Building your Resource Library

Weekend Intensive Online Programme (BA101Plus)

  • Day 1 – What is Business Analysis? • Working in a Project Environment • Business Analysis methodologies • Introduction to Requirements • Requirements and Problems • Software Development vs Process Improvement
  • Day 2 – Stakeholder Analysis & Management • Requirements Elicitation • Software Modelling • Tools and Techniques
  • Day 3 – (Assignment Presentation) • Requirements Analysis • Modelling Requirements • Deliverables & Documentation
  • Day 4 – (Project Walkthrough) • Solution Assessment & Validation • Software Testing • Requirements Management & Communication • CV Presentation • Person Profiles & Job Descriptions

Gaining Global BA Certification

  • IIBA Certification requirements
  • BCS Certification requirements
  • Understanding the BABOK
  • Exam preparation and simulation

We also have option of tailored seminars which cover Custom Designed Modules relevant to your particular area of Business Analysis interest (e.g. Agile Requirements Engineering).

Exam Prep Workshops

1. The BCS Diploma (5 Modules)

2. The IIBA BABOK (3 Modules) Note: The exam prep modules consist of multiple seminars as may be required to achieve desired standards of readiness.

Lectures & Seminars

  • Business Change and Project Environments
  • Project and Software Development Life Cycles
  • Origins and Objectives of Business Analysis
  • Stakeholder Analysis and Engagement
  • Requirements Elicitation Techniques
  • Requirements Analysis Techniques
  • Requirements Documentation Techniques
  • Strategic and Tactical Approaches

Setting up a BA practice & CoE

  • Managing a team of BAs
  • Setting up a Business Analysis department
  • BA Governance and Structure
  • CMMI and BACM

BA Mentoring

  • 1:1 mentoring sessions utilising the BEST model which cover a specific topic of choice over a 3 week fixed period. At the end of 3 weeks, you may choose to extend or begin another 3 week topic. ​
  • [B] Build Rapport – This initial phase of the mentoring relationship is about the mentor and the mentee getting to know each other and deciding if you want to progress the mentoring relationship. This is also the point at which both parties set expectations and agree ‘ground rules’ surrounding what they will do together, logistics etc. ​
  • [E] Engage and Set Direction – The second phase relates to gaining clarity on the aims of each party and a achieving a sense of purpose to the relationship. It is the role of the mentor at this stage to help the mentee assess their situation, attributes, skills and knowledge and what it is that they want to achieve. Initial goals are articulated which may change and be replaced as time moves on. ​
  • [S] Sustain Progression – This is the most productive phase of the mentoring relationship and where most time and energy is spent. During this stage, themes and patterns across time and situations are identified. Options are generated from which the mentee can choose the best course of action. The mentee is prompted to implement an action plan and to consider contingencies. This is phase of the relationship where the mentor uses a variety of skills and tools to challenge, goad and support the mentee, as needed. ​
  • [T] Transition – This stage occurs when the mentoring relationship has achieved its goals, the relationship has grown stale or when the mentee has outgrown the mentor. The mentor needs to be sensitive to the mentee as they may not be aware that there is no longer a great deal of added value in the relationship. Regular reviews on progress and a vision of where the relationship might go may help plan an effective, positive ending. It is important that both parties recognise that the value in the relationship is diminishing so that a decision can be made to initiate closure and move on. Moving on can mean meeting less frequently or achieving independence but maintaining a continual professional friendship.



Registration Fee

This gives you access to a choice of any of our tailored programmes, including CV prep, Interview prep as well as BA coaching and mentoring.

£100 per Registrant

Initial Assessment Fee

This covers a mandatory Career Suitability Assessment to ensure that you have the appropriate level of transferable skills to make a successful career transition to becoming a Business Analyst. At the end of this assessment you will be in a position to make a more informed decision as to whether or not a career in Business Analysis is for you.


Baseline Assessment Fee

This is a Business Analysis Aptitude Test which provides a breakdown of your knowledge, skills and competencies. This gives you and us an idea of where you’re at and how much we need to cover to get you where you want to be. This assessment is mandatory for on-boarding.


Workshops & Seminars

Group Session Fee

This is the cost per session if you are attending our modular programme. Group sessions are usually delivered face to face at a host location or public venue.

£250 per Participant

Seminar (2hrs)

£1000 per Participant

1 day Workshop (8hrs)

£1500 per Participant

2 day Workshop (16hrs)

Note: Group discount available for joint bookings (e.g. Every third participant goes free)

Psychometric Testing

Psychometric Assessment (Optional)

This is a more comprehensive assessment than the initial aptitude assessment. This digs deeper into your personality and competencies as a business analyst. It can be set up in request.

£200 per Assessment


Individual Session Fee

This is the cost for a one to one session (phone, f2f or chat).

£150 per Hour

(First Hour)

£75 per Hour

(Subsequent Hours)

Six-week Focused Coaching


(Minimum of a two-hour session once a week for six weeks. Includes preparation for certification examinations and job mentoring)

Weekend Intensive Online Programme “BA101Plus”

Covers the fundamentals of Business Analysis and includes CV prep, Interview prep as well as BA coaching and mentoring for one hour twice a week for your first month in role as a Business Analyst


Run over four days (i.e. two weekends)