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New Post 3/18/2014 5:13 PM
User is offline nhosany
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Training provider ISEB High level- BA Diploma 
Hi, I am have been working as a BA, mainly documenting business requirements, for the last 18 months. I am looking to study the 4 ISEB courses for a diploma and was wondering if anyone could advise on a training provider. ISEB website list 100s of them and not sure how to select the correct one. I know someone who went for Metadata training and the review was OK. This is a diploma I would be self funding so I would like to get the opinion of others as I would ideally like to go for the most popular providers out there. Any help you can advise would be very much appreciated. Thanks Nhosany
 
New Post 3/19/2014 1:37 PM
User is offline Machelle
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Re: Training provider ISEB High level- BA Diploma 
Hi, Once you're done with your ISEB and have a few years experience as a BA, I suggest reviewing the Certified Business Analysis Professional (CBAP) credentials offered by the International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA). It is the industry standard for our profession. http://www.iiba.org/Certification-Recognition/CBAP-Designation.aspx Good luck! Machelle
 
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