TheIIBA CCBA (Certification of Competency in Business Analysis) certification is a globally-recognized, vendor-neutral credential designed for business analysis practitioners to practice developing requirements, managing requirements, and analyzing, validating, eliciting, and documenting business, organizational and/or operational requirements. This is a level two professional certification from the International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA). This certification is targeted at business analysis practitioners who want to be recognized for their expertise and skills by earning formal recognition.
IIBA CCBA certification exam objectives are as follows:
Strategy Analysis (12%)
Solution Evaluation (6%)
Elicitation and Collaboration (20%)
Requirements Life Cycle Management (18%)
Business Analysis Planning and Monitoring (12%)
Requirements Analysis and Design Definition (32%)
Here are some of the skills measured in the IIBA CCBA certification exam:
Understanding training and professional development standards
Defining and maintaining the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge Guide
Demonstrating the efficiency of your business and explaining to stakeholders
Demonstrates to customers, competitors, suppliers, staff, and investors that you use industry-standard business analysis practices
IIBA CCBA training authenticates the skills and expertise required to work on projects of various sizes and complexities and become an elite member of business analysis community.
uCertify provides a study guide for the IIBA CCBA exam. The study guide helps you master all the knowledge areas of the BABOK Guide with its interactive learning resources. The study guide is equipped with interactive learning resources to teach all the basic and advanced concepts of business analysis.
Requirements for IIBA CCBA Certification
To earn the CCBA certification, applicants must meet the following criteria:
Business Analysis work experience
Minimum of 3,750 hours in the last 7 years
Knowledge area requirement: From within all of the business analysis work experience hours, a
Minimum of 900 hours in each of 2 of the 6 BABOK Guide Version 3 Knowledge Areas or a
Minimum of 500 hours in each of 4 of the 6 BABOK Guide Version 3 Knowledge Areas