Certified business analysis Professional
What is the primary focus of this course?
CBAP® is the most popular business analyst certification internationally, and It is aligned with the 2016 release of CBAP® by IIBA. It will empower you to develop the skills to be proficient in business analysis, while also enabling you to clear your IIBA–CBAP® exam in the first attempt. With this course, you will build expertise in the six knowledge areas defined in BABOK® Guide Version 3: business analysis planning & monitoring, elicitation, requirements management & communication, enterprise analysis, requirements analysis and solution assessment & validation.
What are the course objectives?
Upon completion, you’ll be able to:
- Pass the IIBA-CBAP® exam
- Understand Business Analysis Key Concepts
- Understand the Business Analysis Core Concept Model
- Guide practices related to 30 business analysis tasks in six knowledge areas
- Understand 50 business analysis tools and techniques
- Understand the five business analysis perspectives: Agile, Business Intelligence, Information Technology, Business Architecture, and Business Process Management
Who should take CBAP Certification course?
The IIBA Certified Business Analysis Professional Course is best suited for:
- Aspiring business analysts with over seven to ten years of experience
- Senior Analysis Professionals
- Project Managers
How do you become a CBAP® certified professional?
Becoming a certified professional can be accomplished in just a few easy steps.
- Obtain a formal CBAP® training from an IIBA Endorsed Education Provider like Simplilearn.
- Acquire the IIBA membership and apply for the CBAP® exam online on CBAP’s official website, for a total cost of $450.
- Upon passing the exam, you will be awarded the CBAP® certification from IIBA
What are the prerequisites for the CBAP® Certification?
The IIBA-CBAP® course requires:
- Minimum 7500 hours of work experience in the last 10 years, 900 hours of which should be in four out of the six BABOK® Guide Version3 Knowledge areas
- A minimum of 35 hours of Professional Development in the past four years
- Two references from a career manager, client or Certified Business Analysis Professional – CBAP®
- A Signed Code of Conduct