CBAP® Certification Training Course


What will you learn in this CBAP certification course?

You will gain in-depth knowledge and acquire skills in the following concepts after completing this CBAP-IIBA course:

  • CBAP certification and BABOK® V3
  • Planning and monitoring in business analysis
  • Elicitation and collaboration
  • Requirements in lifecycle management
  • Strategy analysis
  • Definition of requirement analysis and design
  • Evaluation of a solution
  • Agile, BI, and IT perspectives
  • Business architecture and the process management perspective

Are there any prerequisites for the CBAP® accredited certification?

To take up this Certified Business Analysis Professional (CBAP) course, you need to fulfill the following requirements:

  • Professional experience of at least 7,500 hours within the last 10 years, out of which 900 hours should be in any four of the six knowledge areas in BABOK® Guide Version 3
  • At least 35 hours of PD in the last 4 years
  • Two references and a signed IIBA® Code of Conduct from any client, career manager, or CBAP® professional

Who can sign up for this CBAP course?

This course on the CBAP exam is specifically designed for the following professionals:

  • Business professionals with over 7 years of professional experience
  • Project Managers
  • Senior Analysis professionals

How much does the CBAP certification cost?

The costs of the CBAP exam conducted by IIBA® are mentioned below:

  • Application cost: US$125, which is non-refundable, irrespective of the status of your application (whether approved or declined)
  • CBAP exam cost: US$325 for those who are IIBA members and US$4450 for those who are not

Why sign up for our Certified Business Analysis Professional course?

You must sign up for this IIBA® CBAP preparation training for the reasons mentioned below:

  • There are more than 27,000 jobs open for professionals skilled in CBAP® in the United States – LinkedIn
  • The average annual income of a certified Business Analyst is US$68,346 – Glassdoor
  • Major organizations in the world, including Toyota, Citi, Microsoft, etc., are hiring CBAP® experts – Indeed

Module 1: Introduction to CBAP Certification

1.1 Overview of Certification
1.2 Tips and Tricks to crack

Module 2: Business Analysis Process management

2.1 Business Analysis Overview
2.2 What is a Business Process?
2.3 Why do we need a Business Process?
2.4 IT Project Structure
2.5 What is Business Analysis?
2.6 Why do we need Business Analysis?

Module 3: Roles and Responsibilities of Business Analyst

3.1 Who is a Business Analyst?
3.2 Roles and Responsibilities of a Business Analyst
3.3 Project Manager and Business Analyst
3.4 Skills of a Project Manager and Business Analyst
3.5 How a Business analyst and Project Manager work together?

Module 4: Overview of Governance body(IIBA) and BABOK

4.1 Introduction to Governance body(IIBA)
4.2 What is the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge?
4.3 Structure of BABOK
4.4 Knowledge Areas of BABOK
4.5 Elaboration of Knowledge Areas of BABOK
4.6 Key Concepts of BABOK

Module 5: Requirement Analysis and Design Definition

5.1 Introduction to Software Development Life Cycle
5.2 SDLC of a Project
5.3 Requirement Analysis
5.4 Design Phase
5.5 Development Phase
5.6 Testing Phase
5.7 Release and Maintenance

Module 6: Business Analysis Planning and Monitoring

6.1 Introduction to Planning and Monitoring
6.2 Core Concepts of Planning and Monitoring
6.3 Relationship between Knowledge Areas
6.4 Plan Stakeholders Engagement
6.5 Tasks to Accomplish in Planning and Monitoring

Module 7: Business Analysis Approach

7.1 Planning the Business Analysis Approach

  • Inputs, Elements, Guidelines & Tools
  • Techniques, Stakeholders, and Output

7.2 Plan Stakeholders Approach

  • Inputs, Elements, Guidelines & Tools
  • Techniques, Stakeholders, and Output

Module 8: Business Analysis Governance & Information Management

8.1 Business Analysis Governance

  • Inputs, Elements, Guidelines & Tools
  • Techniques, Stakeholders, and Output

8.2 Business Analysis Information Management

  • Inputs, Elements, Guidelines & Tools
  • Techniques, Stakeholders, and Output

Module 9: Business Analysis Performance Improvements

9.1 Introduction to Business Analysis Performance Improvements

  • Inputs, Elements, Guidelines & Tools
  • Techniques, Stakeholders, and Output

9.2 Introduction to Elicitation and Collaboration
9.3 Prepare for Elicitation
9.4 Conduct Elicitation
9.5 Confirm Elicitation Results
9.6 Communicate Business Analysis Information
9.7 Manage Stakeholders Collaboration

Module 10: Requirement Lifecycle Management and Strategy Analysis

10.1 Introduction to Requirement Life-Cycle Management
10.2 Trace, Maintain, & Prioritize Requirements
10.3 Assess Requirement Changes and approval
10.4 Analyze Current State
10.5 Define Future State
10.6 Assess Risks
10.7 Define Change Strategy

Module 11: Requirement Analysis, Design Definition, and Solution Evaluation

11.1 Introduction to Requirement Analysis
11.2 Specify Model Requirements
11.3 Verify and Validate Requirements
11.4 Define Requirement Architecture and Design Options
11.5 Solution Evaluation
11.6 Measure and Analyze Solution Performance
11.7 Analyze Solution Measures
11.8 Assess Solution and Enterprise Limitations
11.9 Recommend Actions to Increase Solution Values

Module 12: Business Analysis Perspectives and Creating UML

12.1 Introduction to Business Analysis Perspective
12.2 Approach in Business Analysis Perspective
12.3 Information Technology Perspective
12.4 Business Architecture Perspective
12.5 BI & Process Management Perspective

  • Business Intelligence Perspective
  • Business Intelligence Tools
  • Overview of Business Process Management
  • Business Process Management Perspective

12.6 Introduction to UML Diagrams
12.7 Introduction to Microsoft Vision

  • Dataflow Diagrams

12.8 Hands On: Creating UML Diagrams using Microsoft Visio