Business Analysis (CBAP & CCBA) – Exam Preparation
Want to make sure that you are ready for the CBAP® exam and increase your odds of passing it on the first try?This comprehensive workshop will prepare you for the Certified Business Analysis Professional™ CBAP® exam and help you make the most of the limited study time you have. The course was designed, created, and is taught by CBAP® recipients to help others focus on the critical areas to study and to provide insights into the exam.

Upon completion of this course, the participant will be able to:

–          Increase confidence and improve chances of passing the CBAP® certification exam

–          Streamline the massive amounts of information required to pass the test

–          Answer in-class exams with realistic practice questions and answer explanations

–          Class discussions that dissect practice questions to learn how to analyse and answer them

Pre-requisites –          There are no formal pre-requisites.
Target Audience –          Who wish to pass the CBAP® certification exam and become a Certified Business Analysis Professional (CBAP®)

–       40 hours over 5 days Classroom

Certification –          Certificate of attendance-          PMI ® PDUs : 21
Exam (Optional) –          Fulfil the IIBA® requirement of 7500 hrs BA experience, plus specific minimum hrs per Knowledge Area.-          Satisfy the IIBA® requirement of 21 professional development hours.







BABOK® Framework–          7 Key Knowledge Areas, and BABOK® Terminology

–          Practice Exam Questions & Review

Business Analysis Planning and Monitoring

–          Planning the Requirements Approach

–          Identifying and Analysing Stakeholders

–          Deciding how Requirements will be Managed and Traced

–          Estimating BA Activities and planning of BA Communications

–          Techniques for Planning

Requirements Elicitation

–          Prepare for Elicitation, Conduct Elicitation Activity, and Document Elicitation Results

–          Confirm Elicitation Results and Techniques for Elicitation

Requirements Management and Communication

–          Manage Solution Scope and Requirements

–          Manage Requirements Traceability and Maintain Re-Use

–          Techniques for Requirements Management and Communication

Enterprise Analysis

–          Define Business Need and Assess Capability Gaps

–          Determine Solution Approach and Define Solution Scope

–          Define Business Case and Techniques for Enterprise Analysis

Requirements Analysis

–          Prioritize Requirements and Organize Requirements

–          Specify and Model Requirements, Assumptions and Constraints

–          Verify Requirements and Validate Requirements

–          Techniques for Analysis

Solution Assessment and Validation

–          Assess Proposed Solution and Allocate Requirements

–          Assess Organizational Readiness and Define Transition Requirements

–          Validate Solution and Evaluate Solution Performance

–          Techniques for Solution Assessment and Validation

Underlying Competencies

–          Analytical Thinking and Problem Solving

–          Behavioural Characteristics and Business Knowledge

–          Communication Skills, Interaction Skills and Software Applications