CBAP®

Course Information

Start DateAnytime
End Date1 Year Access
ModeSelf-Paced E-Learning
Fee$799 (excluding GST)
Contact6720 3333 (Ms Chye Fen) training.aventis@gmail.com
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This is an ONLINE course. Participants are able to access to the online course upon completion of registration.

Once activated, the licenses will be valid for ONE YEAR from the date of activation.

Course include 56 hours of learning.

Course Overview

This CBAP certification training helps you to master the highest skills of business analysis including advanced documentation, effective planning, and the design of business solutions. Covering the core concept model of business analysis and the six knowledge areas of the BABOK® Guide Version 3, this course prepares you to ace the IIBA-CBAP exam.

 
Eligibility

The IIBA® Certified Business Analysis Professional (CBAP®) Course is best suited for business analysis professionals with seven to ten years of experience, senior analysis professionals, and project managers.

 
Pre-requisites

The IIBA-CBAP® course requires minimum 7500 hours of work experience in the last 10 years, 900 hours of which should be in four out of the six BABOK® Guide Version 3 Knowledge areas. You need a minimum of 35 hours of Professional Development (PDs) in the past four years. Also, you need two references from a career manager, client or Certified Business Analysis Professional (CBAP®), and a signed IIBA® Code of Conduct.

 
Course Content

Lesson 01 – Introduction to CBAP® Certification

Lesson 02 – Introduction to BABOK® V3

Lesson 03 – Business Analysis Planning and Monitoring

Lesson 04 – Elicitation and Collaboration

Lesson 05 – Requirements Life Cycle Management

Lesson 06 – Strategy Analysis

Lesson 07 – Requirements Analysis and Design Definition

Lesson 08 – Solution Evaluation

Lesson 09 – Agile Perspective

Lesson 10 – Business Intelligence Perspective

Lesson 11 – Information Technology Perspective

Lesson 12 – Business Architecture Perspective

Lesson 13 – Business Process Management Perspective