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New Post 1/23/2013 6:53 AM
User is offline qwertyjjj
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Is CBAP the best to follow? 

I know CBAP is recognised in the US but in Europe there are many other BA qualification that could be used.

If following CBAP, is there a curriculum for it? What is involved in getting the CBAP certification?

 
New Post 1/24/2013 7:27 AM
User is offline dldelancey
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Re: Is CBAP the best to follow? 

You can find all of that information here:  http://www.iiba.org/IIBA/Home/IIBA_Website/home.aspx

The curriculum is the BABOK.  You can purchase and download it from IIBA.  You can also see the requirements for certification, which includes work experience, training, professional references, submittal of a detailed application, approval of that application, and passing an exam.

 
New Post 1/28/2013 5:00 AM
User is offline qwertyjjj
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Re: Is CBAP the best to follow? 

 dldelancey wrote
 

You can find all of that information here:  http://www.iiba.org/IIBA/Home/IIBA_Website/home.aspx

The curriculum is the BABOK.  You can purchase and download it from IIBA.  You can also see the requirements for certification, which includes work experience, training, professional references, submittal of a detailed application, approval of that application, and passing an exam.

 

so it's really just a case of self learning from the book?

+ on the job experience

 
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