The Bluegrass IIBA Chapter has resources and useful information for preparing to sit for the IIBA certification exam. Having an IIBA® certification is a way to show the business community and perspective employers of your expertise in the business analysis field and your continued commitment to the business analysis profession and your career. If you are interested in IIBA® certification and/or helping shape future chapter activities focused on Professional Development and Certification, contact Professional@bluegrass.iiba.org.
International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA) has a multi-level, competency-based certification program to support the business analysis practitioner throughout their career.
Certified Business Analysis ProfessionalTM (CBAP) recognizes elite members of the business analysis community as an expert in identifying business needs of an organization in order to determine business solutions and deliver business value. The CBAP requires the candidate to have 7,500 hours of business analysis experience in the past ten (10) years and 35 professional development hours (PD Hours) of formal training in business analysis.
Certification of Capability in Business AnalysisTM (CCBA) allows practitioners with two (2) to three (3) years of business analysis experience the ability to demonstrate the experience, knowledge and competencies of a qualified practitioner. The CCBA requires the candidate to have 3,750 hours of business analysis experience in the last seven (7) years and 21 professional development hours (PD Hours) of formal training in business analysis.
Entry Certificate in Business AnalysisTM (ECBATM) allows practitioners new to the business analysis profession the ability to demonstrate their knowledge and competencies in business analysis. The ECBA requires the candidate to have 21 professional development hours (PD Hours) of formal training in business analysis.
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Earning an IIBA professional certification offers many benefits to individuals and the organizations employing or engaging them.
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