IIBA CBAP® Training

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CBAP® (Certified Business Analysis Professional) training and certification offered by International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA®) is dedicated to the professionals with in-depth experience in business analysis. This training program is designed to deliver the skills that supports in heading high-level projects and crafting strategic objectives. The business analysts that undergo this training improve their understanding in business requirements and recommend solutions depending upon the size and industry of the organization to derive increased returns.

This training focuses on business analysis certification and thus imparts skills for analytical thinking, business knowledge, use of software applications, identify team roles and responsibilities, performing stakeholder analysis, managing risks, defining project scope and other important potential factors.

New Certification Levels of Certified Business Analysis Professional (CBAP®)

Along with the changes introduced in the BABOK® Guide, IIBA has implemented some amendments in the certification levels as well. New certification levels of CBAP® are as follows:

  • Level 1: For individuals entering the field of business analysis.
  • Level 2: For BA professionals who have 2-3 years of business analysis experience
  • Level 3: For BA professionals who manage and lead with over 5 years of business analysis experience
  • Level 4: For BA professionals with advanced skills and 10 years of experience

Enrolling for CBAP® training prepares you for the CBAP® certification by supporting in the following ways:

  • Practical guidance
  • Inputs from Certified trainer with vast professional experience
  • Navigate through the course outline defined by the parent company
  • Developing competence in the business analysis principles and practices
  • Streamline the concepts and information required to qualify the CBAP® certification
  • 35 PDUs Leading to CBAP® certification
Target Audience
  • Business Analyst
  • Systems Analyst
  • Process Improvement Specialist
  • Consultant
  • Process Improvement Managers
  • Requirements Analysts
Prerequisites
  • Practical guidance
  • In the last 10 years, candidates should have earned at least 7500 hours of work experience in business analysis that falls in line with BABOK® Guide
  • Minimum 900 hours of experience in 4 of the 6 knowledge areas in BABOK® Guide
  • Minimum 35 hours of Professional Development in last 4 years
  • Candidates also need to provide 2 references from a Client, Career Manager or Certified Business Analysis Professional
Exams

CBAP® certification

1. Introduction to IIBA® CBAP® Certification Program

  • Participants and Trainer Introduction
  • Introduction to IIBA® Certification Programs
  • Introduction to BABOK Guide - Purpose, Content and Structure

2. Introduction to Business Analysis

  • Introduction to Business Analysis
    • BA Roles and Responsibilities
  • Introduction to six BABOK Knowledge Areas
  • Overview of Competencies Needed for Business Analysis
    • Analytical Thinking and Problem Solving
    • Communication and Interaction Skills
    • Business Knowledge and Software Applications
    • Behavioral Characteristics

3. Enterprise Analysis

  • Overview of Enterprise Analysis
    • Define Business Need
    • Assess Capability Gap
    • Determine Solution Approach
    • Define Solution Scope
    • Define Business Case

4. Business Analysis Planning and Monitoring

  • Overview view of Business Analysis Planning and Monitoring
    • Plan Business Analysis Approach
    • Conduct Stakeholder Analysis
    • Plan Business Analysis Activities
    • Plan Business Analysis Communications
    • Plan Requirement Management Process
    • Manage BA Performance
  • Day End Review and Feedback

5. Elicitation

  • Overview of Requirement Elicitation
    • Prepare for Elicitation
    • Conduction Elicitation
    • Document Elicitation Results
    • Confirm Elicitation Results

6. Requirements Analysis

  • Overview of Requirement Analysis
    • Prioritize Requirement
    • Organize Requirements
    • Specify and Model Requirements
    • Define Assumptions and Constraints
    • Verify Requirements
    • Validate Requirements

7. Requirement Management and Communication

  • Overview of Requirement Management and Communication
    • Manage Solution Scope and Requirements
    • Manage Requirement Traceability
    • Maintain requirements for re-use
    • Prepare Requirements Package
    • Communicate Requirements
  • Demo of Requirements Management Tools
  • Day End Review and Feedback

8. Solution Assessment and Validation

  • Overview of Solution Assessment and Validation
    • Assess Proposed Solution
    • Allocate Requirements
    • Assess Organizational Readiness
    • Define Transition Requirements
    • Validate Solution
    • Evaluation Solution Performance

9. Preparation for CBAP® Exam

  • Quick Review of all Knowledge Areas
  • Overview of CBAP® Application Process
  • Tips for CBAP® Exam
  • Course Feedback and Closure

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