BCS Business Analysis Oral Examination Preparation Workshop — A 1 day course
This workshop is designed to prepare delegates for the Business Analysis Oral Examination. Success in the Oral Examination leads to the award of the BCS Diploma in Business Analysis.
The workshop is a loosely structured day with an interactive style. The focus will be on 'oral style' questions and answers, covering the content of the BA Oral Examination syllabus.
We advise delegates to book onto this course a couple of weeks before the real oral event, wherever practical, so that delegates have time to prepare themselves further if necessary.
The course prepares participants to sit the 50-minute oral examination leading to the completion of the BCS Diploma in Business Analysis.
Introductions and overview of the workshop
Main features of the Oral Examination - process and content
Review of BCS's guidelines for the Oral Examination
Review of the Oral Examination Syllabus - mandatory topics
Review of the Knowledge based specialism subjects applicable to the delegates in the workshop
Review of the Practitioner specialism subjects applicable to the delegates in the workshop
Publicly scheduled dates, locations, and prices
Birmingham — £375 (+VAT)
Edinburgh — £375 (+VAT)
Glasgow — £375 (+VAT)
London — £375 (+VAT)
Manchester — £375 (+VAT)
Delegates should have passed each of 4 written examinations as specified by the BCS requirements for the Business Analysis Diploma scheme
Ideally delegates will have registered to take the Oral Examination
Delegates should review their written examination course notes before attending this event. Also it is highly desirable that delegates obtain and review the BCS publication "Business Analysis" by Debra Paul et al prior to attending the course
If taking an exam, candidates are advised that Photo ID must provided (Driving License, Passport and named work ID badges are all acceptable). This an BCS requirement and delegates will be turned away from the examination if Photo ID is not produced
Delegates will be provided with pre-course reading two weeks prior to attending the course by email. The success on the course will be enhanced by close attention to the pre-reading materials