Who are the IIBA®?
The International Institute for Business Analysts (the IIBA) was established in 2003 and has become the leading association for business analysis around the globe. They help professionals share best practices, increase professionalism and raise the profile of the Business Analyst. The IIBA currently has more than 12,000 members worldwide. With over 90 chapters globally works to formalise business analysis by defining a body of knowledge, the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge® (BABOK® Guide).
TwentyEighty Strategy Execution and the IIBA
We share the IIBA’s commitment to advancing the business analysis profession by continually adding to our range of business analysis courses, assessments and tools for business analysts.
Why choose us as your training partner towards IIBA CBAP certification?
- We are an Endorsed Education Provider (EEP™) of the International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA) which means that all our BA training courses are aligned to the BABOK knowledge areas.
- Enable you to collect the PDU’s you need to maintain your certification
- Get coaching and mentoring from our Course Advisors who are experts on all of our courses.
- We have the best instructors in the industry who have over 23 years Business Analysis experience.
- IIBA Members get a 15% discount on ESI Courses
BABOK Knowledge Areas
Our business analysis courses are aligned with the BABOK Guide knowledge areas. This means every Business Analysis course you sit with us takes you one step closer to IIBA certification.
1. Enterprise Analysis: Involves - Understanding the big picture, defining business goals, strategic planning and developing the business case.
2. Planning and Monitoring: Involves - Planning for the business analysis processes and activities, identifying deliverables and how the changes will be controlled and managed.
3. Requirements Elicitation: Involves - Gathering requirements from stakeholder groups, identifying tasks and techniques to capture requirements.
4. Requirements Communication and Management: Planning, estimating, budgeting and controlling costs to ensure the project can be completed within the approved budget.
5. Requirements Analysis: Involves - Ensuring the best approach is taken and that the proposed solution will meet objectives and is feasible and practical.”
6. Solution Assessment and Validation: Involves - Analysing data, defining processes to structure raw data, identifying gaps in requirements & defining the solution.