What's included? / Modules
Logical and creative thinking
Can use own initiative in a range of business change situations
Conduct internal and external environmental analysis
System development responsibility
How to scope, plan and manage Business Analysis tasks
Document options, proposals and plans
Conduct all stages of Business analysis
Business Process Modelling
Requirements Engineering and Management
Analytical and problem solving skills
Ability to work independently
A thorough and organised approach
Maintain productive, professional and secure working environment
Individual employers will set the selection criteria, but this is likely to include ‘A’ levels, a level 3 apprenticeship or other relevant qualifications and experience.
Delivery and Assessment
The training is a blended learning delivery model, which takes place in the work place during working hours, wherever this may be, according to the apprentices role.
This consists of:
1 to 1 monthly meetings of approx. two hours with a GLP trainer (face to face or telephone)
On-line learning courses and/or group sessions
Building an electronic portfolio of workrelated evidence
Maths and English at Level 2 (if not previously achieved)
20% of time at work to be spent working towards apprenticeship
End Point Assessment (EPA) by an external examiner to complete qualification, consisting of: knowledge test, portfolio-based Interview & project presentation
Professional Qualifications, Career Progression, Links to professional Registrations
Further details are available in the occupational brief available from https://www.nsar.co.uk/digital-eqa/digital-apprenticeship-standards/
English and Maths
Level 2 English and Maths will need to be achieved, if not already held, prior to taking end-point assessment.
This apprenticeship is recognised for entry onto the BCS Register of IT Technicians confirming SFIA (Skills Framework for the Information Age) level 3 professional competence and those completing the apprenticeship are eligible to apply for registration.