Practitioner Business Analyst

If you are a Business Analysis practitioner with 2 to 4 years of experience, gaining the Certification of Practitioner Business Analyst enhances your Business Analysis skills and increases your ability to handle more larger and complex projects.

Enhancing your Business Analysis skills from fundamentals to Advanced Levels:

The Certification of Practitioner Business Analysis increases your ability in working effectively with the stakeholders, understanding the business processes, enable changes and evaluate opportunities for better outcomes increasing the productivity.

This certification not only enhances your skills but also pushes you for career advancement by showing your skills and knowledge applied to real-life scenarios.

Certificate of Practitioner Business Analyst is for:
  • Those holding the certificate of Associate Business Analyst designation
  • Project Managers
  • Product Managers
  • Non-BA consultants
  • Trainers
  • Testers
  • QA Professionals
  • Change Managers

To earn the Practitioner Business Analyst certification, you must:

  • Possess the prior experience as mentioned above
  • Agree to Code of Conduct, Terms and Conditions
  • Having prior experience of 2 to 4 years
  • Pass the Certificate of Practitioner Business Analyst Program.



Associate Business Analysis Certification Competencies:

  • Business Analysis Planning and Monitoring
  • Planning Business Analysis Approach
  • Planning stakeholder Engagement
  • Planning Business Analysis Governance
  • Planning Business Analysis Information Management
  • Elicitation and Collaboration
  • Preparing for Elicitation
  • Conduct Elicitation
  • Confirm Elicitation Results
  • Communicate Business Analysis Information
  • Manage Stakeholder Collaboration
  • Requirements Life Cycle Management
  • Trace Requirements
  • Maintain Requirements
  • Prioritize Requirements
  • Assess Requirements Changes
  • Approve Requirements
  • Strategy Analysis
  • Analyze Current State
  • Define Future State
  • Assess Risks
  • Define Change Strategy
  • Requirements Analysis and Design Definition
  • Specify and Model Requirements
  • Verify Requirements
  • Validate Requirements
  • Define Requirements Architecture
  • Define Design Options
  • Analyze Potential Value and Recommend Solution
  • Solution Evaluation
  • Measure Solution Performance
  • Analyze Performance Measures
  • Assess Solution Limitations
  • Assess Enterprise Limitations
  • Recommend Actions to Increase Solution Value

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