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IIBA CBAP CCBA ECBA Business Analysis Certification – Part 6

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Learn Requirements Analysis & Design Definition knowledge area and associated tasks as per IIBA BABOK Guide version 3.0.

  • Created by Trividh Patel, CBAP
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  • 1 hour on-demand video
  • 3 articles
  • 3 downloadable resources
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What You will Learn?

  • Option to learn all 6 knowledge areas by enrolling in a Single Bundled Course (read description)
  • Understand business analysis concepts and tasks specified in the Requirements Analysis and Design Definition knowledge area of IIBA BABOK Guide v3.0
  • Align your business analysis knowledge and/or experience with concepts of IIBA BABOK Guide v3.0
  • Prepare for globally recognized IIBA CBAP/ CCBA Certification or ECBA certificate exam

Online Course Description:

7-in-1 Single Bundled Course 

  • The whole course is divided into 7 parts. However, instead of enrolling into each 7 parts, you can enroll into a Single Bundled Course and SAVE FEE.
  • For more info, please contact Instructor (specify your “location/ country”).

IIBA Business Analysis Certification course is based on BABOK Guide version 3.0 and will help you to prepare for IIBA CBAP/ CCBA / ECBA exam.

On completion of the whole course (single bundled or all 7 parts), you will earn 7 PD (professional development) hours for ECBA application (1 PD hour for 1 hour of course content).

  • Please note that online course (without instructor) do not qualify for PD hours needed for CBAP or CCBA application.

The course covers business analysis key concepts, underlying competencies and 30 business analysis tasks grouped in 6 knowledge areas such as Business Analysis Planning & Monitoring, Elicitation & Collaboration, Requirements Life Cycle Management, Strategy Analysis, Requirements Analysis & Design Definition, and Solution Evaluation.

This course is for all levels, that is beginner to advanced level and hence suitable for students, new graduates and professionals (with business or domain experience) who are learning and developing business analysis skills and want a career in business analysis. This course is also suitable for experienced business analysts as well as managers who manage business analysts.

This course is ideal for those who want to learn business analysis concepts of IIBA BABOK Guide (version 3.0) but do not want to spend hundreds of dollars. With this course, you will be able to learn concepts at your own pace and align your business analysis knowledge and/or experience to IIBA BABOK Guide, and appear for IIBA CBAP/ CCBA certification or ECBA certificate exam.

In this part 6 of the course, you will get introduced Requirements Analysis and Design Definition knowledge area of the IIBA BABOK Guide (version 3.0) before learning in detail about 6 business analysis tasks such as Specify and Model Requirements, Verify Requirements, Validate Requirements, Define Requirements Architecture, Define Design Options and Analyze Potential Value and Recommend Solution.

This part 6 of the course will be useful to understand other parts of the course.

The whole course will take less than 7 hours to complete (excluding quizzes) while this part 6 of the course will take less than 1.5 hours.

You will be able to attempt quiz at the end of each session to check your understanding and reinforce learning. You will also be able to download PDF files (for each part of the course) that will be useful to remember concepts and appear for IIBA CBAP/ CCBA certification or ECBA certificate exam.

On enrollment to IIBA Certification course, you shall be able to get discount on CCBA / ECBA Practice Tests required to assess your preparation before you appear for IIBA exam.

Please note that chapter 10, of BABOK guide (v3.0) describes, 50 most commonly used business analysis techniques. As it is difficult, to provide explanation (with examples) for these many techniques in an online course, lectures on use of these techniques are excluded as they apply to each business analysis tasks.  However, participants would be able to study use of techniques from the provided downloadable PDF file.

Who is the target audience?
  • Students enrolled in business analysis academic programs
  • New graduates who are learning and developing business analysis skills
  • Experienced Business Analyst
  • Professionals with business or domain experience who want to change career into business analysis
  • Managers who manage Business Analysts

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