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Certified Business Analysis Professional® Certification Training in Bangalore
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Business Analysts play a key role

Certified Business Analysis Professional Certification Training in Bangalore


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Certified Business Analysis Professional® Certification Training in Bangalore


Course Overview:

Business Analysts play a key role in strategy formation, timely project delivery and building effective workflows. The Certified Business Analysis Professional (CBAP®) designation is a much sought-after certification from the International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA®) for individuals who have considerable Business Analysis experience. This world-renowned credential requires candidates to successfully clear a mandatory process of three and a half hour exam of 150 questions based on the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge (BABOK®).
Knowledgehut is an Endorsed Education Provider (EEP™) of the International Institute of Business Analysts (IIBA®). Our three day training prepares you to pass the CBAP® Exam, and will lead you to professional competence in the principles and practices of business analysis. You will learn to skilfully analyse and identify business needs, and determine practical solutions that will help achieve business goals. CBAP® recipients are much respected as elite, senior members of the BA community.

Course Agenda:


Introduction to BA and BOK


Business Analysis Planning and Monitoring


  • Task 1: Plan Business Analysis Approach
  • Task 2: Conduct Stakeholder Analysis
  • Task 3: Plan Business Analysis Activities
  • Task 4: Plan Business Analysis Communication
  • Task 5: Plan Requirements Management Process
  • Task 6: Manage Business Analysis Performance




  • Task 1: Prepare for Elicitation
  • Task 2: Conduct Elicitation Activity
  • Task 3: Document Elicitation Results
  • Task 4: Confirm Elicitation Results


Requirements Management and Communication


  • Task 1: Manage Solution Scope and Requirements
  • Task 2: Manage Requirements Traceability
  • Task 3: Maintain Requirements for Re-use
  • Task 4: Prepare Requirements Package
  • Task 5: Communicate Requirements


Enterprise Analysis


  • Task 1: Define Business Needs
  • Task 2: Assess Capability Gaps
  • Task 3: Determine Solution Approach
  • Task 4: Define Solution Scope
  • Task 5: Define Business Case


Requirements Analysis


  • Task 1: Prioritize Requirements
  • Task 2: Organize Requirements
  • Task 3: Specify and Model Requirements
  • Task 4: Define Assumptions and Constraints
  • Task 5: Verify Requirements
  • Task 6: Validate Requirements


Solution Assessment & Validation


  • Task1:Solution Assessment & Validation
  • Task 2: Allocate Requirements
  • Task 3: Assess Organizational Readiness
  • Task 4: Define Transition Requirements
  • Task 5: Validate Solution
  • Task 6: Evaluate Solution Performance


Underlying Competencies




  • Technique1: Acceptance and Evaluation Criteria Definition
  • Technique 2: Benchmarking
  • Technique 3: Brainstorming
  • Technique 4: Business Rules
  • Technique 5: Data Dictionary and Glossary
  • Technique 6: Data Flow Diagrams
  • Technique 7: Data Modelling
  • Technique 8: Decision Analysis
  • Technique 9: Document Analysis
  • Technique10: Estimation
  • Technique11: Focus Groups
  • Technique 12: Functional Decomposition
  • Technique 13: Interface Analysis
  • Technique 14: Interviews
  • Technique 15: Lessons Learned Process
  • Technique 16: Metrics and Key Performance Indicators
  • Technique 17: Non-functional Requirements Analysis
  • Technique 18: Observation
  • Technique 19: Organizational Modelling
  • Technique 20: Problem Tracking
  • Technique 21: Process Modelling
  • Technique 22: Prototyping
  • Technique 23: Requirements Workshops
  • Technique 24: Risk Analysis
  • Technique 25: Root Cause Analysis
  • Technique 26: Scenarios and Use Cases
  • Technique 27: Scope Modelling
  • Technique 28: Sequence Diagrams
  • Technique 29: State Diagrams
  • Technique 30: Structured Walk through
  • Technique 31: Survey/Questionnaire
  • Technique 32: SWOT Analysis
  • Technique 33: User Stories
  • Technique 34: Vendor Assessment


From the Course:
  • Get knowledge and skills required to be an effective and result-oriented business analyst
  • Learn the principles and practices of business analysis
  • Become a part of an elite recognised professional group
  • Demonstrate your continued dedication to the profession through recertification requirements
  • Peers and management will recognise your competence in the field
  • Follow established standards that are outlined in the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge (BABOK®)
  • Achieve reliable, quality results with enhanced efficiency and consistency
From the Workshop :
  • 3 days Instructor-led classroom training
  • 21hrs CDU/24PDU Certificate as IIBA®  EEP viz mandatory for appearing in Certification
  • Offline reference material
  • Summary of all Tools and Techniques
  • Case Study to provide a simulation of the implementation of BA concepts
  • Training and support to write and pass the CBAP® Exam


To earn the CBAP® certification, applicants must meet the following criteria:
  • Minimum 7500 hours of BA work experience aligned with A Guide to the Business Analysis Book of Knowledge® (BABOK® Guide) in the last 10 years
  • Minimum 900 hours in four of the six knowledge areas
  • Minimum 21 hours of Professional Development in the past four years
  • Two references from a career manager, client or Certified Business Analysis Professional (CBAP®) recipient
  • Signed Code of Conduct
Exam format
The CBAP® exam is 3.5 hours long and consists of 150 multiple choice questions with four possible answers to select from. Some questions are based on "comprehension" (e.g., definition, recall, etc.) and others are based on "situational analysis" (e.g., given a scenario, which is the best course of action) where the applicant must do a bit of analysis to arrive at the answer. It is neither all of one type or the other but covers a range of Bloom's Taxonomy.
The current exam blueprint based on v2.0 of the BABOK® Guide is as follows:
  • Business Analysis Planning and Monitoring - 19.33%
  • Elicitation - 14%
  • Requirements Management and Communication - 16%
  • Enterprise Analysis - 15.33%
  • Requirements Analysis - 19.33%
  • Solution Assessment and Validation - 16%
The application for CBAP® Certification Exam happens through the IIBA® website. Please review the CBAP®  Handbook for complete details on how to apply:
Individuals who have attained the CBAP® designation must demonstrate an ongoing professional commitment to the business analysis profession by satisfying the CBAP® Recertification program. Please check the Recertification Handbook for details:
Examination Fee:
First attempt ($325.00 USD for IIBA® members or $450.00 USD for non-members, plus GST/HST for Canadian residents)
Second attempt ($250.00 USD for IIBA® members or $375.00 USD for non-members, plus GST/HST for Canadian residents)

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