The IIBA Toronto chapter BABOK® study group will assist you in understanding the foundation of all that is business analysis. The BABOK® is made up of 6 knowledge areas, 32 tasks, and 34 techniques.
The study group is not designed to prepare a participant for the IIBA CBAP® and IIBA CCBA® certification exams, but most participants use it to prepare themselves and motivate themselves to complete their application and or schedule their exam date. The study group is an excellent opportunity to discuss, share and apply the best practices with other business analysts who are in the study group. The sessions are interactive, allowing study group participants to recognize the role of a business analyst in each of the BABOK® knowledge areas, and share among the study group participants how to apply these knowledge areas to current practices.
The study group two focuses are understanding the BABOK as you plan your BA career, and on those wanting to either start or complete the CBAP® and CCBA® certification process. We are providing you with a facilitator, framework, and the group dynamics that will greatly assist you in learning the BABOK® to better help you move forward with your efforts to be granted one of the two IIBA certifications.
There will be an in-person study group and a virtual study group. The virtual study group will take place on Tuesday evenings from 7:00 to 9:00 pm, commencing October 1st*. The in-person study group will take place on Thursday evenings from 6:00 to 8:00 pm, commencing on October 3rd*. There will be eleven consecutive study group sessions, including a IIBA Certification Application Workshop. The typical session will start with a practice exam, followed by team presentations of the BABOK, and a hands-on exercise.
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Your participation in the study group will apply towards the required IIBA Professional Development (PD) credits when you submit an application for certification. You will receive one credit per one hour of study group participation.
*Requires minimum participants to commence.