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CBAP / CCBA Prep : Preparación de la Certificación

CBAP / CCBA Prep : Preparación de la Certificación

This course prepares you for the International Institute of Business AnalysisTM (IIBA®) Certified Business Analysis ProfessionalTM (CBAP®) and Certification of Competency in Business AnalysisTM(CCBA®) exams. You gain the knowledge and skills to assure your exam preparedness, while enhancing your business analysis skill set. This course aligns your business analysis experience with the six knowledge areas and underlying competencies of A Guide to the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge® (BABOK® Guide).



  • Prepare to pass the Certified Business Analysis Professional™ (CBAP®) and Certification of Competency in Business Analysis™ (CCBA®) exams
  • Identify and navigate the key concepts of A Guide to the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge® (BABOK® Guide)
  • Optimize the application processes by aligning your BA experience to the BABOK® Guide
  • Solidify your knowledge through practice questions and drills

Perfil de los alumnos

Business analysts, project managers, systems analysts, team members and others interested in achieving IIBA CBAP or CCBA certifications. 32 PDUs from the Project Management Institute are obtained for attendance at this course.

Contenidos del CBAP / CCBA Prep : Preparación de la Certificación

1. Introduction to the CBAP and CCBA Exams

1.1. Purpose of the BABOK® Guide
1.2. Navigating the BABOK® Guide contents and structure

2. BABOK® Guide Overview

2.1. Core concepts of business analysis

2.1.1. The role of BA
2.1.2. Effective practices
2.1.3. Introducing six BABOK® Guide knowledge areas

2.2. Underlying competencies of BA

2.2.1. Analytical thinking
2.2.2. Business knowledge
2.2.3. Problem solving
2.2.4. Interaction
2.2.5. Software applications
2.2.6. Communication

3. Business Analysis Planning and Monitoring

3.1. Allocating requirements resources and tasks

3.1.1. Identifying team roles and responsibilities
3.1.2. Assigning work activities to team members
3.1.3. Performing stakeholder analysis

3.2. Determining planning considerations

3.2.1. Deciding how to manage requirements risks
3.2.2. Selecting and estimating activity duration and effort

3.3. Agreeing to solution scope and change

3.3.1. Reporting and communicating requirements status
3.3.2. Quantifying project and product metrics

4. Elicitation

4.1. Collecting the stated requirements

4.1.1. Preparing for and conducting elicitation activities
4.1.2. Documenting and confirming elicitation results
4.1.3. Actively engaging key stakeholders

4.2. Selecting the right elicitation techniques

4.2.1. Brainstorming
4.2.2. Document analysis
4.2.3. Focus groups
4.2.4. Interface analysis
4.2.5. Interviews
4.2.6. Observation
4.2.7. Prototyping
4.2.8. Requirements workshops
4.2.9. Survey

5. Requirements Management and Communication

5.1. Communicating solution scope and requirements

5.1.1. Addressing requirements traceability and reuse
5.1.2. Building appropriate requirements packages

5.2. Managing conflicts, issues and changes

5.2.1. Tracing requirements from origination to implementation
5.2.2. Presenting requirements for approval and sign-off

6. Enterprise Analysis

6.1. Defining the business problem or opportunity

6.1.1. Identifying capability gaps
6.1.2. Conducting feasibility studies
6.1.3. Approving the business case

6.2. Charting the project investment path

6.2.1. Defining solution scope
6.2.2. Participating in project selection

7. Requirements Analysis

7.1. Progressively elaborating the real requirements

7.1.1. Structuring and specifying requirements
7.1.2. Performing gap analysis
7.1.3. Verifying and validating
7.1.4. Stating solution capabilities, assumptions and constraints

7.2. Applying the appropriate modeling techniques

7.2.1. Data and behavior models
7.2.2. Process and flow models
7.2.3. Usage models

8. Solution Assessment and Validation

8.1. Ensuring solutions meet stakeholder objectives

8.1.1. Proposing alternate solutions and technology options
8.1.2. Reviewing proposed solutions relative to requirements
8.1.3. Allocating requirements across solution components
8.1.4. Defining transition requirements for the new solution

8.2. Assessing organizational change readiness

8.2.1. Validating that the solution meets the business need
8.2.2. Creating training and user documentation
8.2.3. Providing post-implementation support
8.2.4. Evaluating solution performance after deployment

9. Preparing for the Exam

9.1. Final review

9.1.1. Reviewing the exam procedures
9.1.2. Integrating additional study guides

9.2. The CBAP and CCBA application processes

9.2.1. Meeting experience and education requirements
9.2.2. Writing key sections of the application

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