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New Post 12/17/2007 11:47 AM
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User is offline Karim
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Recognized BA Trainers and Certfcation 

Hi,

I need some expert advice. I am working in Applications Development and System Analysis for the past 10 years .

What is the best BA Training and Certification recognized by employers and universally

Looking for advise from everyone.......

Thanks in advance.

Regards,

Abdel Karim

 
New Post 12/17/2007 4:22 PM
User is offline David Wright
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Re: Recognized BA Trainers and Certfcation 

 [email protected] wrote

Hi,

I need some expert advice. I am working in Applications Development and System Analysis for the past 10 years .

What is the best BA Training and Certification recognized by employers and universally

Looking for advise from everyone.......

Thanks in advance.

Regards,

Abdel Karim

see www.iiba.com, they have the main (only) BA certification, not dependent on a specific vendor's training.


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New Post 12/17/2007 8:28 PM
User is offline Craig Brown
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Re: Recognized BA Trainers and Certfcation 

In Austraia you can also get certified by the Australian Business Analysts Association, but it isn;t internationally recognised and is likely to be overshadowed by the IIBA certification.  The PMI also offers a project member associate certiication which may be suitable for BAs.  Thirdly six sigma provides certiication in skills related to the work of a BA.

Having said that the IIBA offers what is generally considerred the leading certification by the international peak body for business analysts.

 
New Post 12/19/2007 12:13 PM
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Re: Recognized BA Trainers and Certfcation 

I echo Craig & David that the IIBA certification is the way to go. You might have to wait until you have the 5 years of work experience as a BA required for the IIBA certification.

So start - take some courses which are IIBA approved and learn as much as you can. Then try to get a BA position. If you have been doing Systems Analysis for a while this might be easy for you as there are many common tasks and transferable skills.

Here are some training courses for you to consider: Training Course Directory.

Good luck!
- Adrian


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New Post 1/23/2008 5:22 AM
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Re: Recognized BA Trainers and Certfcation 

Thanks team for your useful inputs,

Does IIBA  or any other reputed institute/university provide any certification for people who have experience level from 0-3 in Business Analysis.

CBAP certification needs 5 years, Does that mean no other alternative can be taken to get certified till you complete your 5 years of experience in Business

Analysis??

Thanks,

Priyanka.

 

 
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