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New Post 6/16/2011 1:00 AM
User is offline Ravisha
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Re: IIBA certifications - CCBA & CBAP need experience in business analysis 
Can anyone tell me is doing a business analyst certification(IIBA approved) helpful in getting an entry level Business analyst job?? i'm a fresher and planning to do this course. Is BA only for experienced ones?? Anyone who is in this field, plz guide me. Thanx alot
 
New Post 6/16/2011 1:46 PM
User is offline Richard Larson
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Re: IIBA certifications - CCBA & CBAP need experience in business analysis 

Hi Ravisha,

Good to hear of your interest in certification. The IIBA certifications are not entry-level, and require 3750 hours of BA experience for the CCBA and 7500 hours for the CBAP. You should count on 2-3 years at least to qualify for the CCBA. An alternative to help you land an initial job is a skill-based certification that a BA training company provides (full disclosure: I am a principal of Watermark Learning, and we offer two types of BA certificates). Employers view obtaining a certificate as a sign of initiative and dedication and can provide you an edge when applying for a BA job. Hope this helps! 

 
New Post 6/17/2011 5:34 AM
User is offline Ravisha
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Re: IIBA certifications - CCBA & CBAP need experience in business analysis 

Thank you so much Larson

 
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