Remit’s IS Business Analyst Apprenticeship supports organisations by reviewing opportunities to implement digital changes to aid in effectiveness and efficiency. The IS Business Analyst Apprenticeship enables the apprentice to understand the methodology that ensures that businesses change with the time, problems are resolved, and implementation of new systems delivers a positive impact.

Key Accountabilities:

Investigation techniques that support the identification of the problem and situation

Understanding of Business Process Modelling

Recognising requirements to produce effective systems

Testing to ensure suitability and implementation acceptance

Reviewing business impact

What Careers Can This Lead To?

IS Business Analyst, IT Business Analyst, Business Systems Analyst, Requirements Analyst/Engineer, Business Process Analyst.

Length of Programme:

18 Months

Structure:

The apprenticeship spans over 18 months with a celebration of achievement throughout. Apprentices will be expected to complete a blended approach of Remit Digital Skills Trainer Delivered sessions and Remit Fuse Online Learning platform. We are in partnership with the British Computer Society that enables us to deliver additional qualifications such as the BCS Foundation Certificate in Business Analyst. Enhancing the ability of the apprentice and achieving an additional internationally recognised accreditation.

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Apprenticeship 

An apprenticeship gives you the opportunity to gain a nationally recognised qualification while developing your skills and experience in a full-time paid job.  

Support 

During the apprenticeship you will have day to day support from your employer and have a dedicated Remit Development Coach who will visit you in your workplace to give regular 1-2-1 training and support

Assessment 

The final, end point assessment is completed in the last few months of the apprenticeship. It is based on;

  • a portfolio – presented towards the end of the apprenticeship, containing evidence from real work projects which have been completed during the apprenticeship
  • a project – you would undertake a business-related project over a one-week period away from the day to day workplace
  • your employer would write you a reference
  • a structured interview with an assessor – giving you the chance to discuss what has been presented in the portfolio and the project as well as looking at how it has been produced