IIBACBAP (Certified Business Analysis Professional) certification is globally recognized, vendor-neutral credential designed for business analysis practitioners to practice requirements development; requirements management; able to analyze, validate, elicit, and document business, organizational and/or operational requirements. The IIBA CBAP certification is the level three professional certification from the IIBA. This certification is for individuals with extensive business analysis experience. The CBAP certification acknowledges intermediate to senior business analysts with more than five years of experience. CBAP certified professionals are recognized experts in the Business Analysis field, relied on for the most significant projects, and demonstrate commitment to the profession, an important edge with employers.
IIBA CBAP exam objectives are as follows:
Strategy Analysis (15%)
Solution Evaluation (14%)
Elicitation and Collaboration (12%)
Requirements Life Cycle Management (15%)
Business Analysis Planning and Monitoring (14%)
Requirements Analysis and Design Definition (30%)
Here are the skills that are measured in the IIBA CBAP certification exam:
Implementing effective and result-oriented business analysis
Understanding of principles and practices of business analysis
Achieving reliable, quality results with enhanced efficiency and consistency
Demonstrating competence known and recognized by peers and management
Following established standards that are outlined in the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge (BABOK) version 3.0
IIBA CBAP certification training authenticates skills and expertise required to work on projects of various sizes and complexities and gain advanced level of knowledge to become an elite member of business analysis community.
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Requirements for IIBA CBAP Certification
To earn the CBAP certification, applicants must meet the following criteria:
Business Analysis work experience
Minimum of 7,500 hours in the last 10 years
Knowledge area requirement: From within all of the business analysis work experience hours,
a minimum of 900 hours in each of 4 of the 6 BABOK Guide Version 3 Knowledge Areas.