The three certification levels are intended to serve as a guide for a Business Analyst career path.
ECBA (Level 1) - Business Analysis Entry Certificate
CCBA (Level 2) Business analysis capability certification
CBAP (Level 3) Certified Business Analysis Professional
You don't have to finish them in any particular order. For example, if you already have the necessary experience and qualifications for a CBAP®, you do not need to take the CCBA® first.
Yes. You can take CCBA certification course has Instructor-Led & Online option.
Yes, the exam fee is covered by the course tuition.
Participants must study the BABOK® Guide version 3 and must meet the following requirements:
Both CCBA and CBAP of IIBA are considered complementary to each other. The CBAP exam consists of scenario-based questions that require the applicant to apply their BABOK knowledge. While the CCBA examination consists primarily of factual and knowledge questions related to the techniques and tasks outlined in the BABOK.
A business analyst is a person who analyzes and documents the market environment, processes, or systems of businesses.