Level 4 Apprenticeship
Who is the programme for?
Business analysts play a crucial role by analysing business processes, systems, and data to provide insights and recommendations for decision-making purposes. Their primary objective is to help businesses improve efficiency, productivity, and profitability.
Typical job roles
Typical job roles for this course include: Business Analyst, Systems Analyst, Data Analyst, Project Manager, Product Manager, Quality Assurance Analyst, Marketing Analyst, Entrepreneur/Small Business Owner, Supply Chain Analyst, Healthcare Analyst.
- Learning enables students to gain the BCS International Diploma in Business Analysis
- Monthly online learning sessions that run 10am-4pm
- Monthly one-to-one coaching with an experienced mentor/coach
- Textbooks and online learning resources included
- Opportunities to meet and network with other business professionals
As part of the programme learners will have the opportunity to gain the prestigious BCS International Diploma in Business Analysis. A summary of learning will include:
- The latest technologies & industry trends in business analysis
- How to investigate & identify business solutions
- How to evaluate & improve business processes
- How to model business processes
- How to identify gaps and assess risks
- How to understand user requirements
- How to facilitate, coordinate & document detailed user requirements
- How to analyse data and use storytelling techniques to make better decisions
- How to analyse & manage stakeholders
- How to present a business & financial case
Why choose The Apprentice Academy
- Multi Award Winning Training Provider.
- Ofsted ‘Good’ Rating & High Success Rates.
- All elements are delivered online, so time efficient and climate friendly.
- Additional learning resources & option to gain the prestigious BCS International Diploma in Business Analysis.
- Employers & learners rate our services as Excellen
Costs and funding
Employers paying the apprenticeship levy can use their funds to pay for this programme. Smaller organisations with an annual payroll bill of less than £3 million per year, will need to contribute 5% towards the cost of this programme. The rest will be paid for by the UK government.
Next start dates
Check out our latest Timetables for 2024.
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