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CBAP®CERTIFICATION TRAINING

By IIBA Endorsed Education Provider for Business Analyst
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Vendor: Business Analysis (IIBA)
The Course is aligned with BABOK™ Ver 3.0

Course Overview:

The CBAP Certification course is developed in response to the growing demand in many businesses for individuals with the knowledge, competencies and skills to become full-fledged Business Analysts, or BAs.

The Business Analysis Body of Knowledge (BABOK) is defined by the International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA) and it serves as the basis for attaining the internationally recognized Certified Business Analysis Professional (CBAP) designation.

Target :

Those who would benefit work as: Business Analysts, Project Managers, Business Process Managers, Financial Analysts, IT Managers & Specialists, System Analysts, Risk Managers, Financial Services Providers and Knowledge in Specific industry Domain.

Highlights:

Optimize the application processes by aligning your BA experience and education requirements to the BABOK® Guide, Writing Key sections of the application

Target Exam Preparation Support and comprehensive resources from multiple Vendors
You receive A BABOK® Guide v3.0, flash cards, mind maps and 1000 plus Questions

Best Practices & Main Techniques for modelling (Process and flow models
Data and behavior models, Usage models) will be covered along with the course

Resume Building and Master interview techniques

BA Project Assignment (optional)

IIBA Course Syllabus for CBAP Cetification

1. Introduction to BABOK® Guide
  • CBAP Exam Requirements
  • 1.1 What is the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge?
  • 1.2 What is Business Analysis?
  • 1.3 Who is a Business Analyst?
  • 1.4 Structure of the BABOK® Guide
  • 1.5 Knowledge Areas
  • 1.6 Tasks
  • 1.7 Techniques
  • 1.8 Underlying Competencies
  • 1.9 Other Sources of Business Analysis Information
  • Practice Review & Tips
2. Business Analysis Key Concepts
  • 2.1 The Business Analysis Core Concept Model™
  • 2.2 Key Terms
  • 2.3 Requirements Classification Schema
  • 2.4 Stakeholders
  • 2.5 Requirements and Designs
  • Practice Review & Tips
3. Business Analysis Planning and Monitoring
  • 3.1 Plan Business Analysis Approach
  • 3.2 Plan Stakeholder Engagement
  • 3.3 Plan Business Analysis Governance
  • 3.4 Plan Business Analysis Information Management
  • 3.5 Identify Business Analysis Performance Improvements
  • Practice Review & Tips
4. Elicitation and Collaboration
  • 4.1 Prepare for Elicitation
  • 4.2 Conduct Elicitation Activity
  • 4.3 Confirm Elicitation Results
  • 4.4 Communicate Business Analysis Information
  • 4.5 Manage Stakeholder Collaboration
  • Practice Review & Tips
5. Requirements Life Cycle Management
  • 5.1 Trace Requirements
  • 5.2 Maintain Requirements
  • 5.3 Prioritize Requirements
  • 5.5 Assess Requirements Changes
  • 5.6 Approve Requirements
  • Practice Review & Tips
6. Strategy Analysis
  • 6.1 Analyze Current State
  • 6.2 Define Future State
  • 6.3 Assess Risks
  • 6.4 Define Change Strategy
  • Practice Review & Tips
7. Requirements Analysis and Design Definition
  • 7.1 Specify and Model Requirements
  • 7.2 Verify Requirements
  • 7.3 Validate Requirements
  • 7.4 Define Requirements Architecture
  • 7.5 Define Design Options
  • 7.6 Analyze Potential Value and Recommend Solution
  • Practice Review & Tips
8. Solution Evaluation
  • 8.1 Measure Solution Performance
  • 8.2 Analyze Performance Measures
  • 8.3 Assess Solution Limitations
  • 8.4 Assess Enterprise Limitations
  • 8.5 Recommend Actions to Increase Solution Value
  • Practice Review & Tips
9. Underlying Competencies
  • 9.1 Analytical Thinking and Problem Solving
  • 9.2 Behavioral Characteristics
  • 9.3 Business Knowledge
  • 9.4 Communication Skills
  • 9.5 Interaction Skills
  • 9.6 Tools and Technology
  • Practice Review & Tips
10. Techniques
  • 10.01 Acceptance and Evaluation Criteria
  • 10.02 Backlog Management
  • 10.03 Balanced Scorecard
  • 10.04 Benchmarking and Market Analysis
  • 10.05 Brainstorming
  • 10.06 Business Capability Analysis
  • 10.07 Business Cases
  • 10.08 Business Model Canvas
  • 10.09 Business Rules Analysis
  • 10.10 Collaborative Games
  • 10.11 Concept Modelling
  • 10.12 Data Dictionary
  • 10.13 Data Flow Diagrams
  • 10.14 Data Mining
  • 10.15 Data Modelling
  • 10.16 Decision Analysis
  • 10.17 Decision Modelling
  • 10.18 Document Analysis
  • 10.19 Estimation
  • 10.20 Financial Analysis
  • 10.21 Focus Groups
  • 10.22 Functional Decomposition
  • 10.23 Glossary
  • 10.24 Interface Analysis
  • 10.25 Interviews
  • 10.26 Item Tracking
  • 10.27 Lessons Learned
  • 10.28 Metrics and Key Performance Indicators (KPIs)
  • 10.29 Mind Mapping
  • 10.30 Non-Functional Requirements Analysis
  • 10.31 Observation
  • 10.32 Organizational Modelling
  • 10.33 Prioritization e
  • 10.34 Process Analysis
  • 10.35 Process Modelling
  • 10.36 Prototyping
  • 10.37 Reviews
  • 10.38 Risk Analysis and Management
  • 10.39 Roles and Permissions Matrix
  • 10.40 Root Cause Analysis
  • 10.41 Scope Modelling
  • 10.42 Sequence Diagrams
  • 10.43 Stakeholder List, Map, or Personas
  • 10.44 State Modelling
  • 10.45 Survey or Questionnaire
  • 10.46 SWOT Analysis
  • 10.47 Use Cases and Scenarios
  • 10.48 User Stories
  • 10.49 Vendor Assessment
  • 10.50 Workshops
  • Practice Review & Tips
11. Perspectives
  • 11.1 The Agile Perspective
  • 11.2 The Business Intelligence Perspective
  • 11.3 The Information Technology Perspective
  • 11.4 The Business Architecture Perspective
  • 11.5 The Business Process Management Perspective
  • Practice Review & Tips
12. Exam Application & Preparation Techniques
  • Optimize the application processes by aligning your BA experience and education requirements to the BABOK® Guide
  • Writing Key sections of the application
  • Review of the course and personalized exam study techniques
  • Building study references to assist you in learning key concepts
Eligibility Requirements
  • Requires a minimum of 7,500 hours of work experience in the last 10 years. ...
  • Minimum of 35 hours of professional development in the last 4 years.
  • Two references from a career manager, client or Certified Business Analysis Professional™ (CBAP®) recipient. ...
  • Agreement with the CBAP® Code of Conduct.

Please review CBAP Handbook for complete information on application criteria, fees, and details on how to apply. If you don’t meet the requirements for the CBAP® certification, you may consider for the CCBA Certification

Duration: 4 days
Schedule

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