CERTIFIED BUSINESS ANALYSIS PROFESSIONAL

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Certified Business Analysis Professional (CBAP/CCBA) course addresses the fundamental principles of business analysis and the tools & techniques at the disposal of business analysts to help projects achieve their goals.

START:
January 24, 2018
DURATION:
3 DAYS
CREDIT:
18 PDUs
PRICE
160,000.00

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CERTIFIED BUSINESS ANALYSIS PROFESSIONAL OVERVIEW

Certified Business Analysis Professional (CBAP/CCBA) course addresses the fundamental principles of business analysis and the tools & techniques at the disposal of business analysts to help projects achieve their goals. It provides an understanding of the roles of the business analyst, skills and competencies used by the business analystand demonstrates techniques to plan, manage, analyze, document and communicate requirements at all levels. This Comprehensive Certified Business Analysis Professional (CBAP/CCBA)  Program is aligned with the industry standard Business Analysis Body of Knowledge® Guide (BABOK®), published by the worldwide International Institute of Business Analysis ® (IIBA®). This program also reflects best business analysis practices in the different business domains.

Why is Business Analysis Critical in Today’s World? Did you know that…

  • Only 16.2% of IT projects complete on time and within budget,
  • 52.7% of projects overrun their budget > 189%,
  • 31.1% of projects were cancelled before they were
  • completed.
  • Over 56% of defects within a project occurs in identifying, analyzing,
  • modeling, documenting, validating and
  • verifying requirements,
  • 90% of BA skills are acquired on the job

WHAT YOU’LL LEARN IN THE CERTIFIED BUSINESS ANALYSIS PROFESSIONAL (CBAP/CCBA) COURSE

  • Benefits of the CBAP and CCBA designations, what they can do for your organization, and how to demonstrate their value to current and future employers
  • Career impact and short- and long-term benefits of attaining CBAP and CCBA certification
  • Requirements for both certifications and how to make progress toward completing them, regardless of your current status
  • Useful tools for documenting applicable experience and education
  • Numerous insider tips for succeeding in the application process
  • How the exams are constructed, what they cover, and important exam practices to keep in mind
  • Increase your comfort in the exam environment through drills and practice exams
  • Underlying structure of the BABOK® Guide and tips for remembering it
  • Develop a practical plan for exam preparation that is customized to your needs

 BENEFITS OF ATTENDING THE CERTIFIED BUSINESS ANALYSIS PROFESSIONAL (CBAP/CCBA) 

  • Competence in the principles and practices of business analysis.
  • Participation in a recognized professional group.
  • Recognition of professional competence by professional peers and management.
  • Advanced career potential due to recognition as a professional business analysis practitioner.
  • Personal satisfaction of accomplishing a milestone in their BA careers.
  • Certification can improve overall performance, remove uncertainty and widen market opportunities.
  • The process of achieving and maintaining certification helps ensure you are continually improving and refining your activities.
  • Potentially higher income for being formally recognized as an experienced BA professional. For more details, view this recent salary survey.
  • Recognizes individuals who have invested in their BA careers and encourages them to keep doing so.

BENEFITS OF CERTIFIED BUSINESS ANALYSIS PROFESSIONAL TO ORGANIZATION

  • Provides professional development, advancement and recognition opportunities for staff.
  • Demonstrates to customers, competitors, suppliers, staff and investors that you use industry-standard business analysis practices.
  • Demonstrates to your stakeholders that your business is run effectively.
  • The regular assessment process will improve staff responsibility, commitment and motivation.
  • Establishment and implementation of business analysis practices as outlined in A Guide to the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge® (BABOK®) Guide by individuals recognized as being knowledgeable and skilled.
  • More reliable, higher quality results produced with increased efficiency and consistency by BA professionals who use industry standard BA techniques.
  • Identification of professional business analysts to clients and business partners.
  • Demonstrated commitment to the field of business analysis, increasingly recognized as a vital component of any successful project
CBAP ONLINE TRAINING

Course Outlines

CBAP exam eligibility requirements CBAP exam structure

Introduction to Business Analysis

What is BABOK?

What is Business Analysis?

Key Concepts Knowledge Areas, Tasks, Techniques

Underlying Competencies Other Sources of BA Information

Business Analysis Planning & Monitoring

Plan Business Analysis Approach

Conduct Stakeholder Analysis

Plan Business Analysis Activities

Plan Business Analysis Communication

Plan Requirements Management Process

Manage Business Analysis Performance

Elicitation

Prepare for Elicitation

Conduct Elicitation Activity

Document Elicitation Results

Confirm Elicitation Results

Requirements Management & Communication

Manage Solution Scope & Requirements

Manage Requirements Traceability

Maintain Requirements for Re-Use

Prepare Requirements Package

Communicate Requirements

Enterprise Analysis

Define Business Need

Assess Capability Gaps

Determine Solution Approach

Define Solution Scope

Define Business Case

Requirements Analysis

Prioritize Requirements

Organize Requirements

Specify & Model Requirements

Define Assumptions & Constraints

Verify Requirements

Validate Requirements

Solution Assessment & Validation

Assess Proposed Solution

Allocate Requirements

Assess Organizational Readiness

Define Transition Requirements

Validate Solution

Evaluate Solution Performance

Underlying Competencies

Analytical Thinking & Problem Solving

Behavioral Characteristics

Business Knowledge

Communication Skills

Interaction Skills

Software Applications

Techniques

Review of 34 Techniques’ purpose, elements, advantages and disadvantages

CBAP Practice Questions & Wrap Up

Exam Strategies Course Feedback Survey

Who Should Attend?

Those with business analysis experience who wish to become CBAP or CCBA certified Intermediate- to advanced-level business analysts

Business systems analysts

Systems analysts

Project managers or team leaders

Systems architects or designers

IT managers/directors

Researchers in government,

business and academia,

professionals in marketing,

corporate strategy,

risk management,

corporate finance,

HR,

Management consultants and decision makers.

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