Course Curriculum for PM/SM/BA Classes

These courses encompass three vital disciplines – Project Management, Agile Project Management (Scrum), and Business Analysis. Together, they provide a comprehensive education in guiding and executing successful projects, fostering adaptability, and extracting valuable insights from business data.

Project Management Class:

  • Kicks off with an introduction to the world of project management, emphasizing the career opportunities it presents.
  • Delves into the core attributes that define a project, setting the stage for understanding project management’s unique challenges.
  • Explores the essential project management structure and the project life cycle, which spans initiation, planning, implementation, and closing phases.
  • Breaks down the core knowledge areas in project management, covering aspects like project scope, schedule, cost, quality, team, and communication.
  • Provides a deep understanding of project scheduling and planning, ensuring timely delivery.
  • Sheds light on resource planning, critical path analysis, quality planning, communication, risk management, change control, project closure, and post-project evaluation.

Agile Project Management (Scrum) Class:

  • Introduces Agile project management and the Agile Manifesto, highlighting the value of flexibility and responsiveness.
  • Explores various Agile methodologies, with a focus on Scrum, its roles, artifacts, and ceremonies.
  • Emphasizes the significance of Agile teams, including the roles of Scrum Master, Product Owner, and Development Team.
  • Provides insights into creating and managing product backlogs and estimating efforts.
  • Covers the sprint lifecycle, from planning to review and retrospective, along with daily stand-up meetings and using burndown charts.
  • Encourages a culture of continuous improvement (Kaizen) and introduces common Agile project management tools.

Business Analysis Class:

  • Lays the foundation with an introduction to business analysis, focusing on the necessary skillset and its application within organizations.
  • Delves into requirement basics, their types, and the critical concept of traceability and monitoring.
  • Guides students through need assessment, from identifying problems or opportunities to stakeholder analysis and setting SMART goals.
  • Takes students through feasibility analysis, cost-benefit considerations, ROI, IRR, and NPV, culminating in the selection of the most viable solution.
  • Teaches the planning aspect of business analysis, highlighting job analysis, persona analysis, and the influence of the project life cycle on planning decisions.
  • Demonstrates requirement elicitation and analysis, offering various techniques for gathering information and employing modeling tools.
  • Discusses the importance of traceability and monitoring of requirements, maintaining the traceability matrix, and managing changes.
  • Wraps up the course by exploring solution and evaluation, with a focus on performance metrics, acceptance criteria, testing, and outcome measurements.

Together, these courses provide students with a versatile skill set, enabling them to excel in managing projects, adapting to changing requirements, and extracting valuable insights to drive business success.


UK Bank – Tide (Clear Bank)
Account Name- Learnwithpride Limited
Account Number- 21869056
Sort-code- 04-06-05

Fee: £999 



Bank – Eco Bank
Account Number -0453006311