IIBA® Certified Business Analysis Professional (CBAP®)

  • Understand business analysis planning and monitoring.
  • Learn about various agile methods for project management.
  • Gain a comprehensive understanding of SWOT analysis.

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IIBA® Certified Business Analysis Professional (CBAP®)

Course Overview

This CBAP certification training course helps delegates to improve the skills of business analysis, including effective planning and monitoring, elicitation and collaboration, and strategy analysis of the business.

This course helps delegates for the Certified Business Analysis Professional exam to achieve CBAP certification. Over the four days of training, the instructor will guide delegates through various knowledge areas covered by this certification and will confirm that you have a full understanding of what each area includes. It is the third level certification of business analysis delivered by the International Institute of Business Analysis. IIBA offers the Certified Business Analysis Professional (CBAP), which is the third level of business analysis certification. It is designed for Business analysis professionals to demonstrate their experience.

Course Outline

Business Analysis Planning and Monitoring

  • Why is a Plan Needed?
  • Business Analysis Planning and Monitoring Input/output
  • Tasks Under Business Analysis, Planning and Monitoring
  • Plan Business Analysis Approach
    • Agile Principles Compared to Waterfall
    • Various Agile Methods for Project Management
      • Scrum
      • Extreme Programming
      • Dynamic Systems Development Method (DSDM) Framework
      • KANBAN
    • Stakeholder Engagement
      • RACI Matrix – Stakeholder Analysis
      • Illustration of a Communication Plan
      • Dealing with Difficult Stakeholders
    • Plan Business Analysis Governance
    • Plan Business Analysis of Information Management
    • Identify Business Analysis Performance Improvements

Introduction to Elicitation and Collaboration

  • What Does Elicitation Mean?
  • Tasks Under Elicitation and Collaboration
  • Elicitation and Collaboration Input / Output
  • Prepare for Elicitation
    • Prepare for Elicitation Input / Output
    • Sometimes, A Conversation Alone Isn’t Enough
    • Conduct Elicitation Input / Output
  • Conduct Elicitation
    • Requirement Elicitation Questioning Techniques
    • Conduct Elicitation
    • Confirm Elicitation Results Input / Output
  • Confirm Elicitation Results
    • Communicate Business Analysis Information Input / Output
  • Communicate Business Analysis Information
    • Manage Stakeholder Collaboration Input / Output
    • Manage Stakeholder Collaboration

Requirements Life Cycle Management

  • What are Requirements?
  • Requirements Life Cycle
  • Requirements Lifecycle Management Input / Output
  • Tasks under Requirements Lifecycle Management
  • Trace Requirements Input / Output
  • Gap in Requirements
  • Trace Requirements
    • What All Is Traced?
    • How to Record Traceability?
    • Maintain Requirements Input / Output
  • Maintain Requirements
    • Reasons for Tracing and Maintaining Requirements
    • Prioritise Requirements Input / Output
  • Prioritise Requirements
    • Why Prioritise Requirements?
    • How to Prioritise Requirements?
    • Assess Requirements Input / Output
  • Assess Requirements
    • Approve Requirements Input / Output
  • Approve Requirements
    • Getting a Sign – Off OnRequirements 
    • Tips for Effective Requirements Management

Strategy Analysis 

  • What is Strategy Planning and Analysis?
  • Strategy Analysis
  • Strategy Analysis Input / Output
  • Tasks under Strategy Analysis
  • Analyse Current State
    • Tools for Analysing Current State to Make Strategic Decisions
    • SWOT Analysis
    • Industry Analysis – Porter’s Five Forces Model
    • Define Future State Input / Output
  • Assess Risks
    • Assess Risks
    • Define Change Strategy Input / Output
  • Define Change Strategy
  • Tools for Defining Change Strategy
    • BCG Growth/Share Portfolio Matrix
    • GE Business Screen Matrix
  • Expert BA Behavior that helps in Executing the Task

Requirement Analysis and Design Definition

  • Requirement Analysis and Design Definition Input / Output
  • Tasks Under Requirement Analysis and Design Definition
  • Specify and Model Requirements Input / Output
    • Specify and Model Requirements
    • Verify Requirements
    • Validate Requirements
    • Define Requirements Architecture
    • Define Design Options
    • Analyse Potential Value and Recommend Solution
  • Paralysis of Analysis
  • Useful Techniques to Avoid Paralysis of Analysis
  • Responsibilities of Business Analyst in Requirement Analysis and Design Definition

Solution Evaluation

  • Understand Solution Evaluation
  • Tasks Under Solution Evaluation
    • Measure Solution Performance
    • Analyse Performance Measures
    • Assess Solution Limitations
    • Assess Enterprise Limitations
    • Recommend Actions to Increase Solution Value

CBAP is an experience-based professional IIBA certification. As a prerequisite, it requires much professional work experience, including:

  • Minimum of 35 hours of professional development in the previous 4 years.
  • In addition to other requirements, a minimum of 900 hours must cover 4 of the 6 BABOK monitor knowledge areas.
  • A minimum of 7500 hours in the last ten years and two references from either a career manager, client (internal or external) or CBAP recipient.

Anyone can opt for this course, and it is most appropriate for business analysis professionals wishing to receive IIBA certification including: 

  • Product Owners/Managers
  • Non-Business Analysis Consultants
  • Trainers
  • Project Managers and Testers
  • Quality Assurance Personnel
  • Change Managers and Designers

The IIBA® Certified Business Analysis Professional (CBAP®) Cost in United Kingdom Starts from £1865.00

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