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New Post 3/19/2008 10:08 AM
User is offline SC
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BA Certification in Canada ! 

 

How can I earn online BA certification ( or part of it ) in Canada without having any BA experience? I have been preparing to  apply for Junior BA position .. IIBA requires 5 years BA experience ( or a some amount of hours works) before sitting for the ceritification ! Any suggestions ?

 

 
New Post 3/19/2008 2:01 PM
Online now... Adrian M.
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Re: BA Certification in Canada ! 

Check out some of the training vendors that offer BA training courses as they often also have a certificate or certification component.

Here are some ideas - some of them are on-line:


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New Post 3/19/2008 7:46 PM
User is offline Jarett Hailes
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Re: BA Certification in Canada ! 
Modified By ModernAnalyst.com  on 3/19/2008 11:41:52 PM)

 adrian wrote

Check out some of the training vendors that offer BA training courses as they often also have a certificate or certification component.

Here are some ideas - some of them are on-line:

B2T Training has been used by some employers in Canada to get their staff "BA Certified".  Personally I wouldn't worry about getting any other designation other than the CBAP when you're ready.  If you feel like you need training to prepare for a BA position, then any of the programs Adrian mentioned are valid.  I'd also take a look at the UBC Certificate in Business Systems Analysis.

 
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