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Certified Business Analysis Professional (CBAP®)

Category: CBAP

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Gain a Professional Certification to Boost Your Career as a Top Business Analyst.

This globally recognized Business Analyst Certification Course will prepare you for all three aspects of Business Analysis – planning and monitoring, requirements elicitation, and requirements management & communication. Experience real-world projects, attend Masterclasses, and learn about the latest tools.

Professionals with comprehensive experience in business analysis will benefit from CBAP® (Certified Business Analysis Professional) training & certification. CBAP is the credential awarded by IIBA® (International Institute of Business Analysis). It provides expertise in understanding business necessities and recommending similar solutions that achieve maximum revenue.
CBAP is not only an understanding of worldwide, commonly-accepted approaches to business analysis, but real-world knowledge that can be used on the job. Many establishments value the CBAP® certification and seek individuals with business analysis skills.
According to IIBA’s salary survey report, the average annual salary for a CBAP certified professional is $121,364.
According to Indeed, there are 76,000+ CBAP jobs available in US.
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Course Highlights

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Course Learnings

Business analysis planning and monitoring.
Elicitation and Collaboration.
Requirements life cycle management.
Requirements analysis and design definition.
Business intelligence and architecture perspective.

Curriculum

  • Introduction
  • Project, portfolio, and program
  • Project management
  • Program and portfolio management
  • Organizational project management
  • Operation vs project
  • Project management office
  • Organizational governance and project governance
  • Organizational structure
  • Advantages and disadvantages of the major organizational structure types
  • Project manager
  • Stakeholders
  • Project sponsor/initiator
  • Project team
  • Functional (resource) manager
  • Role of the program manager and the portfolio manager
  • The project management processes and the project life cycle
  • Let’s discuss what we have learned
  • Organizational process assets
  • Enterprise environmental factors
  • Assumption log
  • Work performance data, work performance information and work Performance reports
  • Expert judgment
  • Data gathering, data analysis and data representation
  • Project management information system
  • One-point, analogous, parametric, three-point and bottom-up estimating
  • Decision making
  • Interpersonal and team skills
  • Let’s discuss what we have learned
  • Introduction
  • Processes
  • Process groups
  • Knowledge areas
  • Let’s discuss what we have learned
  • Introduction
  • Project selection methods
  • Internal rate of return
  • Payback period
  • Cost-benefit analysis
  • Present value
  • Net present value
  • How to select the project
  • Accounting terms to know
  • Let’s discuss what we have learned
  • Introduction
  • Tailoring project integration management
  • about the integration management
  • what is project charter?
  • Business case
  • Important notes on develop project charter process
  • what is project management plan?
  • Performance measurement baseline
  • Change management plan
  • Configuration management plan
  • Important notes on develop project management plan process
  • Directing and managing the project work
  • Important notes on direct and manage project work
  • how to manage the project knowledge?
  • Important notes on manage project knowledge process
  • Monitoring and controlling the project work
  • Important notes on monitor and control project work
  • perform integrated change control
  • Introduction
  • Planning scope management
  • dealing with competing requirements and balancing
  • how to define the project scope?
  • Creating work breakdown structure
  • Wbs dictionary
  • Scope baseline
  • The big picture of the scope management
  • Validating project scope
  • How to control the scope?
  • Agile considerations
  • Tailoring scope management
  • Let’s discuss what we have learned
  • Introduction
  • We need to plan schedule management 3) how should we define the activities?
  • Sequencing the activities
  • Drawing a network diagram
  • Estimation techniques
  • Three point estimating technique
  • Now we can estimate the activity durations
  • Estimating processes: important points
  • Develop schedule
  • Critical path method
  • Critical path method calculation
  • Schedule compression
  • Simulation
  • Resource optimization
  • Controlling the project schedule
  • Agile considerations
  • Tailoring schedule management
  • Let’s discuss what we have learned
  • Introduction
  • Planning cost management
  • Estimating project costs
  • How to determine the project budget
  • Earned value analysis / acronyms, terms and formulas
  • Earned value analysis / basic principles
  • Earned value analysis / evm in deep
  • Controlling project costs
  • Agile considerations
  • Tailoring cost management
  • Let’s discuss what we have learned
  • Introduction
  • Planning project quality management
  • How to manage quality
  • Controlling quality
  • Important notes on quality management
  • Agile considerations
  • Tailoring quality management

Let’s discuss what we have learned

  • Introduction
  • Planning project resource management
  • Organizational theories
  • Estimating activity resources
  • Acquiring resources
  • How to develop project team 7) managing project team
  • How to deal with conflicts?
  • Controlling resources
  • Agile considerations
  • Tailoring resource management
  • Let’s discuss what we have learned
  • Introduction
  • How to plan project communications management?
  • Communication types and methods
  • Communication models
  • Communication channels
  • Managing project communications
  • Monitoring communications
  • Agile considerations
  • Tailoring communications management
  • Let’s discuss what we have learned
  • Introduction
  • Terms to know
  • Planning risk management 4) risk categorization
  • How do we identify the risks?
  • Qualitative risk analysis
  • Quantitative risk analysis
  • Expected monetary value analysis
  • Decision tree analysis
  • Plan risk responses
  • Contingency reserve calculations
  • Implementing risk responses 13) how to monitor the project risks?
  • Agile considerations
  • Tailoring risk management
  • Let’s discuss what we have learned
  • Introduction
  • Contracts and agreements
  • How to perform the procurements
  • Roles of the project and procurement managers
  • Contract types
  • Risks according to the contract typess
  • Calculations related to contracts
  • Planning procurement management
  • Make-or-buy analysis
  • Conducting project procurements
  • Controlling project procurements
  • Agile considerations
  • Tailoring procurement management
  • Let’s discuss what we have learned
  • Introduction
  • First things first: identify the stakeholders!
  • Stakeholder engagement plan
  • We need to manage stakeholder engagement
  • Monitoring stakeholder engagement
  • Agile considerations
  • Tailoring stakeholder management
  • Let’s discuss what we have learned
  • Introduction
  • Why do we need agile?
  • Individuals and interactions over processes and tools
  • Working software over comprehensive documentation
  • Customer collaboration over contract negotiation
  • Responding to change over following a plan
  • Twelve principles
  • Agile approaches
  • Lean
  • kanban
  • scrum
  •  
  • Considering uncertainty and risk
  • The project life cycles
  • Predictive life cycle
  • Iterative life cycle
  • Incremental life cycle
  • Agile life cycle
  • Hybrid life cycles
  • Choosing the most suitable life cycle
  • Designing a hybrid life cycle
  • How to blend and tailor the agile approaches
  • Tailoring considerations
  • Agile mindset and agile teams
  • Servant leader
  • Project manager as a servant leader
  • Characteristics of agile teams
  • Roles in agile environments
  • Team structures in agile environments
  • Agile project charter and team charter
  • Backlog
  • Spikes
  • Planning for the following iteration
  • Daily standup meetings
  • Reviews and demonstrations
  • Retrospectives and retrospective findings
  • Frequent verification and validation
  • Tracking in iteration-based agile
  • Tracking in flow-based agile
  • Little’s law
  • Evm in agile environments
  • PROCUREMENTS IN AGILE ENVIRONMENTS
  • AGILE pmos
  • Introduction
  • How to manage compliance?
  • How to realize benefits and gain value?
  • Change within the business environment
  • Introduction
  • Eight performance domains
  • Stakeholder engagement
  • The team
  • Creating an effective project team culture
  • The core leadership skills for project success
  • Tailoring considerations for leadership styles
  • Project life cycle and development approach
  • Planning
  • The project work
  • Delivery
  • Measuring project performance
  • Dealing with ambiguity, volatility, and complexity
  • Dealing with risks
  • The tailoring concept
  • Introduction to strategies, techniques, and artifacts
  • Leadership models
  • Motivation models
  • Project team development models
  • Communication models
  • Change models
  • Other models

 

Course Outcomes

Enhance your resume and gain precious advice from industry experts.
Become a CBAP and master key business analysis concepts outlined in the BABOK® Guide v3
Be prepared for the CBAP exam with courseware approved by IIBA®.
Learn the in-depth basics of Business Analysis and see where it's possible to use it.
Become eligible for various job opportunities of CBAP and Business analyst.

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What roles can a CBAP expert play?

Senior business analysts

Senior business analysts offer in-depth analysis and suggest strategies to key partners and stakeholders of a company. They also diagnose the business' financial, operational, and technological risks.

Product Analyst

Analyzing market data and identifying trends in consumer behavior is the job of product analysts. To meet sales forecasts, product analysts monitor product performance.

Agile business Analyst

While the rest of the Agile team focuses on producing new pieces of working software in every iteration or sprint, the Agile Business Analyst focuses on the project's main objective.

Know before you Start

Anyone who completes the Certified Business Analysis Professional test will acquire the IIBA Certified Business Analysis Professional designation.
Holders of the CBAP possess in-depth knowledge of business analysis and are adept at determining the business requirements of an organization.
These are business- and system-specific certification programs to help improve your earnings by providing companies with practical business solutions.

SALARY RANGE IS GOOD
According to the IIBA’s salary report, the average salary of a CBAP is $121,364 and Glassdoor says CBAP can earn about $119,618.

POTENTIAL FOR GOOD GROWTH
Here’s how your growth journey can look with a CBAP certification.

  • A Business Analyst to a Senior Business Analyst, to an architect, and to a Business Architect/Senior Business Architect.
  • In an agile environment, a Business Analyst may become a Chief Information Officer.

    OPPORTUNITIES FOR NETWORKING
    Upon obtaining the CBAP certification, you will have the opportunity to connect with other analysts around the world and get a chance to socialize with professionals who are dedicated to their craft.

    JOB OPPORTUNITIES
    Business analysts need experience, knowledge, and the right skills, and the CBAP certification validates those skills and knowledge.

  • This course is open to anyone seeking a career in business analysis as well as the following professionals:

  • Business Architects
  • Business Systems Analysts
  • Data Analysts
  • Enterprise Analysts
  • Management Consultants
  • Process Analysts
  • Product Managers
  • Product Owners
  • Requirements Engineers
  • Systems Analysts

  • Lifetime access to the study material and class recordings.
  • Small batches of 5 students
  • 30 Hours of Live Instructor-Led Online Training
  • Case Studies, Assessments and Quizzes.
  • Comprehensive Exam Support.
  • Mentorship by Industry Expert.
  • Continual Learning Support.
  • This CBAP certification course does not require any prerequisites.
  • There are some specifics that you will have to keep in mind for eligibility, like work experience hours and professional development hours for you to take the CBAP exam.
  • Skills You Will Gain

    Strategy Analysis
    User Stories
    Requirements Lifecycle Management
    Business Analysis Key Concepts
    Business Analysis Planning
    Design Definition
    Solution Evaluation
    Perspectives
    Underlying Competencies
    Elicitation
    Collaboration
    Dataflow Diagrams

    Certifction Overview

    Business analysis competency guidelines are offered by the International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA), a global leader in business analysis. Founded in 1968, IIBA is a world-renowned organization devoted to helping professionals, leaders and organizations gain a comprehensive understanding of real-world business analysis challenges.

    Starting in January 2020, you can take the exam online instead of going to a test center. Exams are proctored online from the comfort of your home. You will need access to an Internet connection, a camera, and a place to sit unobstructed. You can find more information at IIBA.ORG.

    The time required will depend on your current capability as well as your experience and qualifications. You’ll need to attend 35 hours of CBAP training as instructed by a certified trainer and then pass a qualifying examination. Having fulfilled the CBAP training requirements and successfully passed the certification exam, one can immediately download a CBAP certification.

  • Introduction to CBAP
  • Introduction to BABOK V3
  • Business Analysis, Planning and Monitoring
  • Elicitation and Collaboration
  • Requirements Life Cycle Management
  • Strategy Analysis
  • Requirements Analysis and Design Definition
  • Solution Evaluation
  • Agile Perspective
  • Business Intelligence Perspective
  • Information Technology Perspective
  • Business Architecture Perspective
  • Business Process Management Perspective
  • Project Management Institute (PMI) and many other organizations, including government bodies, recognize the CBAP as a professional certification for project managers.

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