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IIBA ECBA CERTIFICATION
PREPARATION STRATEGY
What is BABOK®
 Global standard for the business analysis practice
 Current version is 3.0
 Effective from September 30...
Core/Key Concepts
Knowledge Areas and Tasks
Underlying Competencies
Techniques
Perspectives
BABOK® v3 Guide Architecture
C...
BABOK & ECBA
ECBA Certification
IIBA 4 Levels Certification Framework
Level 1
Recognizes individuals entering the field of business analysis.
Level 2
Reco...
Fee Structure
Membership Fees
Region 1 – 125 USD – USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Europe, UK
Region 2 – 85 USD – Sin...
ECBA Course Module and BABOK
 Introduction to BABOK - Introduction
 Business Analysis Core Concepts Model – Chapter 2
 ...
Techniques and Certification Exam
Source: http://www.iiba.org/Certification-Recognition/Certification-FAQs.aspx
ECBA Certification Exam Key Points
Please note:
 The questions are not expected to be application based
 No direct quest...
Strategy for ECBA Certification Preparation
Step 1: Get the BABOK Guide as you are going through the course
Step 2: Get yo...
ECBA Sample Questions
Sample Questions
It is important for a business analyst to know the role of stakeholders in order
to:
A. process the feedb...
Sample Questions
One of the reasons assumptions are identified and defined is to:
A. manage associated risks.
B. allocate ...
Sample Questions
Which technique elicits information by viewing performance?
A. Brainstorming
B. Interviews
C. Observation...
Sample Questions
Which attribute describes when a business requirement's relative importance
and value to a stakeholder is...
All the Best
Any questions?
You can find me at
 @techcanvass
 info@techcanvass.com
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IIBA ECBA Certification Exam preparation Strategy

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IIBA has introduced Entry Certificate in Business Analysis (ECBA) for becoming a business analyst. This presentation provides details about the ECBA Certification and the strategy to prepare for the certification exam.

The ECBA Certification preparation approach is also discussed in our business analyst certification training course:

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IIBA ECBA Certification Exam preparation Strategy

  1. 1. IIBA ECBA CERTIFICATION PREPARATION STRATEGY
  2. 2. What is BABOK®  Global standard for the business analysis practice  Current version is 3.0  Effective from September 30, 2016  Reference guide for all the 4 levels of BA Certifications ECBA CCBA CBAP CBATL
  3. 3. Core/Key Concepts Knowledge Areas and Tasks Underlying Competencies Techniques Perspectives BABOK® v3 Guide Architecture Chapter 2 Chapter 3-8 Chapter 9 Chapter 10 Chapter 11 Chapter 1 - Introduction Appendix A to D
  4. 4. BABOK & ECBA ECBA Certification
  5. 5. IIBA 4 Levels Certification Framework Level 1 Recognizes individuals entering the field of business analysis. Level 2 Recognizes BA professionals who have 2-3 years of BA experience. Level 3 Recognizes BA professionals who lead and have over 5 years of BA experience. Level 4 Recognizes BA professionals who advance the BA profession and have over 10 years of BA experience.
  6. 6. Fee Structure Membership Fees Region 1 – 125 USD – USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Europe, UK Region 2 – 85 USD – Singapore, Malaysia, Middle East Asian countries.. Region 3 – 55 USD – India, Pakistan, Thailand, Tanzania.. IIBA Member Non-member Application Fee 60 USD 60 USD (not refundable) Exam Fee 110 USD 235 USD Reappear 85 USD 110 USD Entry Certificate in Business Analysis (ECBA) Level 1 certification from IIBA
  7. 7. ECBA Course Module and BABOK  Introduction to BABOK - Introduction  Business Analysis Core Concepts Model – Chapter 2  Elicitation & Collaboration and BAPM – Chapter 8  Requirement Analysis and Design Definition – Chapter 9 & 10  Requirements Lifecycle Management – Chapter 11  Solution Evaluation (1%) – Business Case and Cost-Benefit
  8. 8. Techniques and Certification Exam Source: http://www.iiba.org/Certification-Recognition/Certification-FAQs.aspx
  9. 9. ECBA Certification Exam Key Points Please note:  The questions are not expected to be application based  No direct questions from Techniques  No direct questions from perspectives  Questions are expected to be based on thorough assimilation of BABOK
  10. 10. Strategy for ECBA Certification Preparation Step 1: Get the BABOK Guide as you are going through the course Step 2: Get yourself familiarized with the Book structure Step 3: Prioritize based on wightages Step 4: Start reading each chapter line-by-line and make notes (along with the course or after it) Step 5: Read it 2nd time, if you are not feeling confident, read it the 3rd time Step 6: Take the ECBA preparation simulator access and practice Knowledge areas wise Step 7: Parallely you should be reading the chapters again and again Step 8: Practice till you start getting 70% in tests (Tests are randomized so you will get repeat questions, don’t worry about that) Step 9: Once step 8 is complete, start taking the full tests
  11. 11. ECBA Sample Questions
  12. 12. Sample Questions It is important for a business analyst to know the role of stakeholders in order to: A. process the feedback accurately. B. understand sign-off authority. C. identify risk tolerance levels. D. gain project support.
  13. 13. Sample Questions One of the reasons assumptions are identified and defined is to: A. manage associated risks. B. allocate project resources. C. articulate budgetary needs. D. reduce time constraints.
  14. 14. Sample Questions Which technique elicits information by viewing performance? A. Brainstorming B. Interviews C. Observation D. Prototyping
  15. 15. Sample Questions Which attribute describes when a business requirement's relative importance and value to a stakeholder is demonstrated? A. Stability B. Urgency C. Complexity D. Priority
  16. 16. All the Best Any questions? You can find me at  @techcanvass  info@techcanvass.com

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