CBAP/CCBA Certification Prep Boot Camp Course Details:

Business analysis is achieving worldwide recognition as a profession in its own right. The CBAP® and CCBA® designation are marks of distinction for intermediate and advanced-level practitioners, recognizing their demonstration of the knowledge and skills necessary for effectiveness and a professional level of competence in business analysis principles and practices. This CBAP certification training course is intended to comply with the International Standards Organization (ISO) 17204 standard for certifying the competence of personnel. 

You can count on a fun, challenging, and ultimately productive learning environment as our experts share their knowledge and secrets for IIBA certification success and help you upgrade yours. 

Special Bonus:

In addition to the latest IIBA® BABOK®, you will receive a copy of ASPE's CBAP® 3.0 Study Guide, a comprehensive study resource not available anywhere else. 

Exam Pass Guarantee:

If you take the CBAP® or CCBA exam within 12 weeks after your CBAP certification training course has completed and do not pass, ASPE will provide you a second examination voucher at the IIBA® member rate free of charge. You must provide ASPE with a copy of your exam score.

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1. Welcome to Boot Camp

• Components of the CBAP® Certification
• Components of the CCBA® Certification
• Introduction to the CBAP and CCBA Examinations
• Philosophy of the Exams
• Overview of CBAP and CCBA Exam Content
• Overview of the CBAP/CCBA Prep Boot Camp

2. CBAP/CCBA Certification: The Credentials

• The International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA)
• The CBAP Certification
• The CCBA Certification
• The Certification Application Processes
• The Examination Processes
• The Professional Code of Conduct
• The Examination Structures

3. Business Analysis and Key Concepts Overview

• What is Business Analysis?
• The Role and Competencies of the Business Analyst
• The Systems/Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC)
• Project and Requirements Life Cycle Management
• Project Roles and Competencies
• Requirements Engineering Basics
• Levels of Requirements, Tool and Techniques
• Perspectives, Systems, Processes, and Actors

4. The Business Analysis Knowledge Areas

• Business Analysis Planning and Monitoring
• Elicitation and Collaboration
• Requirements Life Cycle Management
• Strategy Analysis
• Requirements Analysis and Design Definition
• Solution Evaluation

5.  Underlying Competencies

• Analytical Thinking and Problem Solving
• Behavioral Characteristics
• Business Knowledge
• Communication Skills
• Interaction Skills
• Tools and Technology

6. Techniques

• Elicitation and Collaboration Techniques
• Diagramming and Modeling Techniques
• Root Cause Analysis Techniques
• Acceptance and Evaluation Definition Techniques
• Post-Project Assessment Techniques

7. Perspectives

• Agile
• Business Intelligence
• Information Technology
• Business Architecture
• Business Process Management

8. A Guide to Success on the Exams

• Review of Key Topics
• Key Tips to Remember for the Exam
• Final Test Hints and Tricks
• Practice examination

*Please Note: Course Outline is subject to change without notice. Exact course outline will be provided at time of registration.
  • Analyze and remember the most important elements of the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge®
  • Record progress and identify gaps in your business analysis qualifications
  • Analyze your unique combination of education, knowledge, and skills to determine the best way to package it for the CBAP or CCBA application
  • Explore the nature and construction of the application and examination
  • Improve your chances of success with the CBAP certification process
  • Influence your organization to recognize the value of CBAP / CCBA certification
  • Importance of documenting your education and experience for continued certification requirements
  • What knowledge from the BABOK and other sources comprise the CBAP and CCBA certifications
  • Use practical methods for improving testing success
  • IIBA certifications

Meet or be aware of the following certification exam requirements prior to attending class: 

  • Minimum 7500 hours of BA work experience aligned with the BABOK Guide in the last 10 years
  • Minimum 900 hours in four of the six knowledge areas
  • Minimum 21 hours of professional development in the past four years
  • Two references from a career manager, client, or CBAP recipient
  • Signed code of conduct
  • Minimum of a high school degree or equivalent
  • Intermediate to advanced-level business analyst
  • Business systems analyst
  • Systems analyst
  • Project manager or team leader
  • Systems architect or designer
  • IT manager/director
  • Scrum master

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