Does iBAT have a certification program for Business Analysts?
Yes. iBAT’s Business Analysis Certificate Program is a comprehensive four days program that consist of four modules covering all the skills required by most of the Employers in the current market scenario.
Who is eligible to take the BA Program?
- Anyone who have good domain experience and needs to enter into the world of software industry.
- Anyone who defines and manages requirements through the development cycle, elicits information from stakeholders to define requirements, solves business problems, defines business problems or analyzes business processes.
- Business analysts, project managers, operations managers, systems analysts, quality assurance analysts or marketing associates can all benefit from this program.
What comprises iBAT’s BA Program?
- Business Analysis Fundamentals (1 days (classroom)
- Facilitation Skills for Business Analysts, Developing the Business Case. (1 days (classroom)
- Writing and Managing Requirements Documents and Cost Estimation. (1 days (classroom)
- Business Process Modeling, Role Plays and Assuring Quality Through acceptance testing. (1 days (classroom)
Does iBAT provides online BA training program?
Yes, we do provide online Instructor Lead training programs for Business analyst professional Program( BAPP), CCBA , CBAP and CPRE-FL programs except for Project Management Professional(PMP). For PMP, we believe in classroom training as the impact of the same is on the higher side of learning.
Does iBAT provide participants with a copy of the BABOK?
Yes, those who have enrolled for the IIBA certification will get a copy of BABOK in PDF format.
Do I need technical/programming skills to become a Business Analyst?
While helpful, technical, programming or prior software development knowledge or experience is not a pre-requisite to become a business analyst. Since a Business Analyst is required to interact with developers, some conceptual knowledge of technology and IT/software development principles is helpful, and our workshop covers those fundamentals.
How can I make up for classes if I miss a class?
You can continue your class in our next batch.
What are the various services that you provide to assist candidates prepare for and secure a position as a Business Analyst?
Additional Domain Training: – Theadditional materials/recordings on the various industry domain help youcomplement the technical skills gathered during the training. We alsoguide you to research other domains.
Resume Preparation: –Based on your current background and experience, we help you build a focused resume.
Resume Critique: –Resume review and critique helps you avoid pitfalls and build a strong resume.
- Interview questions
- One on one preparation and mock interviews.
- Peer Group/Forum Membership
- Discuss various BA topics and answers to key interview questions, Get BA resources, useful links to current industry articles.
- On-the-job Assistance
- General hand-holding you may need on your first BA job, Review ofrequirements prior turning into the client, Set up a time and discuss asneeded with a trainer.
Do you provide 100% job placement guarantee?
We need to be clear on this. The answer is NO. We will help you with your placement process by mentoring you and preparing your resume. You will need to clear the interviews before you start a position. Hence, we do not claim any placement guarantee.
We offer you placement assistance in terms of CV preparation and interview preparation. If and when corporate approach us for filling their openings we shall ask you to apply.
- You should be careful when trusting anyone who gives a categorical job placement guarantee.
How long will it take to find a job?
- This is not an easy question to answer. The length of time it takes for your placement depends on several factors: current market conditions, your location preference, your resume/interview support and your interviewing skills. We do our best to make factors under our control favourable – by helping you with creating a strong resume and interview prep sessions.
- You will also need to do your part beyond the classes – by researching industry white papers, best practices and developments in the BA field. This will help you command knowledge at the interview and present yourself as a well-rounded candidate.
How do I qualify for the IIBA, Certification of Competency in Business Analysis (CCBA®) designation?
- Minimum 3750 hours of business analysis work experience aligned with the BABOK® Guide in the last seven years.
- Minimum 900 hours in two of the six knowledge areas or 500 hours in four of the six knowledge area
- Minimum 21 hours of Professional Development in the past four years
- Minimum high school education or equivalent
- Two references from a career manager, client or Certification of Competency Business Analysis Professional TM (CCBA®) recipient
- Signed Code of Conduct
How do I qualify for the IIBA, Certified Business Analysis Professional (CBAP®) designation?
- Five years (7,500 hours) of business analysis work experience in the last ten years
- The experience must be related to the knowledge areas as defined in the BA Body of Knowledge
- Experience in four out of the six knowledge areas
- Minimum of a high school education
- Two references 21 hours of professional development in the last four years and the content must be directly related to business analysis or the underlying fundamentals