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New Post 12/15/2011 5:50 AM
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should I go for ccba certification of IIBA ? 

Hi,

I am IT software developer with mainly coding exp and some exp on system design, requirement gathering and system analysis.I have taken a break of 5 years after the birth of my child.During this time, i did a 3 yr diploma course ( distance) in management.I wish to return back to work.I  tried to get back to coding after some brush up of latest technologies.I did a 2 month course as well.but not able to get any openings.Even if i get a tech role i ultimately want to move into a business analysis kind of role,so I think it makes sense to go in for certification

1)Am i eligible for ccba exam?

2) Will it help me get a job in India(Mumbai)? Do recruiters in mumbai recognise this certification? Since I do not have a lot of BA experience.

 

 
New Post 12/22/2011 2:12 AM
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Re: should I go for ccba certification of IIBA ? 

Hi

In India there are many companies which value the IIBA certification, mostly the standard companies. And yes you should definitely go for it if you are eligible for the same. After management you should go for BA role and IIBA certification with time.

 

 

 
New Post 1/31/2012 10:50 PM
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Re: should I go for ccba certification of IIBA ? 

 Hi

it is good that you want to go for CCBA cerification but before that please check the certain requirements which are required for CCBA

CCBA  Certification Requirements

Each CCBA applicant must meet the requirements specified in this section to be eligible to write the exam.

To earn the CCBA™ designation, applicants must meet the following criteria:

 Minimum 3750 hours of BA 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 areas

 Minimum 21 hours of Professional Development in the past four years

 Two references from a career manager, client or CBAP® recipient

 Signed Code of Conduct

Please Click here to get CCBA Handbook. 

Regards,

Manish Singh

ANISAN Technologies

 
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