Business Analysis, CBAP® and CCBA® examination preparation course

The CBAP® (Certified Business Analysis Professional) course is designed for business analysts – improving knowledge and strengthening existing competencies necessary to effectively complete their role in the organization. The training covers topics on business analytics planning and monitoring, requirements clarification and collaboration, requirements life cycle management, strategy analysis, requirements analysis and design definition, and solution evaluation.

Course duration, academic hours: 40
Price (excl. VAT) 1950,00 
Price (with VAT): 2359,50 
Lecturer: Rolands Jaunalksnis
Rolands Jaunalksnis
Rolands Jaunalksnis is a technical consultant with an experience of working in the information technology and services industry. The lecturer is skilled in SQL, requirements analysis, databases, integration, and HTML.

Vladimirs Malejevs Irina Stojane
Irina Stojane
IT business analyst since 2016, systems analysis experience in various industries: finance (card and payment systems, investment accounting systems), i-gaming (gaming financial integration with game operators) and travel (Online Travel Agency systems). Has an interest in the development of the business analyst profession, promotes business analysis and helps analysts prepare for certification.


07. August, 2024 - 13. August, 2024
Vladimirs Malejevs
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Training schedule:
07.08.2024 09:00-16:15
08.08.2024 09:00-16:15
09.08.2024 09:00-16:15
12.08.2024 09:00-16:15
13.08.2024 09:00-16:15
Course target

Opportunity to learn the processes and tasks of business analysis, as well as to gain an understanding of the responsibility of a business analyst – in accordance with internationally accepted practices and standards.

  • Business analysts;
  • Systems analysts;
  • Product Owners;
  • Consultants.

The training is useful for business analysts as well as anyone else who works with them. Comprehensive understanding of the knowledge and skills required to be a certified business analyst.

At Course Completion
  • Understand business analysis responsibilities;
  • Plan business analysis work more precisely;
  • Identify risks associated with business analysis responsibilities;
  • Make the work of business analysis easier to manage, more transparent;
  • Become a Certified Business Analysis Professional™ (CBAP®);
  • Prepare for the internationally recognized Certificate in Business Analysis™ (CCBA®) exam.
  • Good English language skills;
  • Secondary education;
  • Experience in business analysis (minimum 2.5 years for CCBA® certification and minimum 5 years for CBAP® certification).
Training materials

The price of tuition includes a 1-year membership of the International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA), ensuring access to all resources.

BABOK® guide (A Guide to the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge v3 (version)) and student materials prepared by BDA are also used.

Certification Exam

The fee for taking the international exams Certification of Competency in Business Analysis or Certified Business Analysis Professional is already included in the price of the course.

The cost of the course also includes a 30-day access to the CBAP/CCBA Watermark Learning (CBAP/CCBA online exam simulator) online exam simulator, so that the participants can fully prepare for the certification exam.

Course outline

Module 0: Course introduction.

Module 1. Introduction to Business Analysis:

  • What is business analysis?
  • What is a Business Analyst?
  • International Institute for Business Analysis;
  • Key Terms of Business Analysis;
  • BABOK Guide v3.

Module 2: Business Analysis Perspectives

Module 3: Strategy Analysis:

  • Current status;
  • Future state;
  • Strategy analysis methods;
  • Risk assessment;
  • Defining change strategies;
  • Practical work “Strategy analysis for the specific case”.

Module 4: Business analysis planning and monitoring:

  • Business analysis approach;
  • Stakeholders;
  • Management of Bizet analysis;
  • Information management;
  • Performance improvements;
  • Practical work “Business analysis planning for a specific case”;
  • Practical work “Define business analysis measures”.

Module 5: Elicitation and cooperation:

  • Procedures for settling claims;
  • Preparation for cases of clarification of requirements;
  • Conducting claims settlement;
  • Approve the results of the requirements clarification;
  • Communication of business analysis information;
  • Stakeholder Collaboration Management;
  • Practical work “Techniques for clarifying requirements”;
  • Practical work “Describe the requirements for the specific case”.

Module 6: Requirements:

  • Claim classification;
  • Requirements life cycle;
  • Claims management in different methodologies;
  • Claims management techniques.

Module 7: Requirements Analysis and Design Definition:

  • Requirements architecture;
  • Specification and modeling of requirements;
  • Requirements modeling methods;
  • Verification of claims;
  • Approval of Claims;
  • Practical work “Requirements modeling techniques for the specific case”;
  • Design options;
  • Potential value;
  • The recommended solution;
  • Practical work “Define design options for a specific case”.

Module 8: Requirements Lifecycle Management:

  • Claim tracking;
  • Claims maintenance;
  • Prioritization of requirements;
  • Evaluating requirements changes;
  • Approval of Claims;
  • Practical work “Prioritize requirements for the specific case”.

Module 9: Evaluating Solutions:

  • Solution concept;
  • Solution performance measurement;
  • Performance indicators;
  • Limitations of the solution;
  • Company restrictions;
  • Increasing the value of the solution;
  • Practical work “Define performance indicators for a specific case”.

Module 10: Core Competences:

  • Implementation of business analysis competency model;
  • Underlying competencies.

Module 11: Application Process

The curriculum meets IIBA’s Professional Development Hours (Professional Development Hours) for both CCBA and CBAP certification.

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