Shopping Cart
0 item(s) - N0.00
Your shopping cart is empty!


Working with world-class partners, our training blends technical know-how with a quality knowledge base, and empowers you with complete control over the learning process. 

We have recreated the classroom experience for students who are not able to fit a class schedule into their busy lifestyle and provided the finest instructor-led lectures which deliver quality learning, so you can learn what you want, where and when you want!

Certified Business Analysis Professional CBAP™ Exam Prep

Certified Business Analysis Professional CBAP™ Exam Prep
Product Code: LGD-CBAP
Availability: In Stock
Qty:     - OR -   Add to Wish List
Add to Compare

This three-day intensive and highly interactive course focuses on preparing participants to take the International Institute of Business Analysis™ (IIBA™) Certified Business Analysis Professional (CBAP™) exam.  This is not an introduction to project management course. This course will review all of the material covered on the exam and provide a large number of practice exams to prepare participants to succeed. Students can claim 21 PDU/Contact Hours upon completion of this course. This course also qualifies for continuing PDU credit in Category 3 or Category A. 

12 Months Online Access, Featuring OnDemand Instructor-Led Classroom Sessions with Full Audio and Video Lectures. Schedule our instructor led classroom training at your convenience.


Course Introduction

Section 00 - CBAP Basics

CBAP Basics
CBAP Certification Requirements
CBAP Application Tips
Benefits of CBAP
The CBAP Exam
CBAP Exam Makeup
Types of Questions - Definitional Questions
Types of Questions - Sequence Questions
Types of Questions - Scenario Questions
Types of Questions - List of Lists Questions
BABOK Knowledge Areas

Section 01 - Foundations

Definitions – CBAP/IIBA
Definitions – IIBA/BABOK
Definitions – Business Analyst
Definitions – Business Analysis
Definitions – Requirement
Definitions – A Project/BABOK Project Phases
Requirements Pyramid

Section 02 - Enterprise Analysis

Enterprise Analysis
EA – The Basics
EA – The Tasks
EA – A High Level View
Creating and Maintaining the Business Architecture 2.2
Zachman Framework
POLDAT Framework
Conduct Feasibility Studies 2.3
6 Steps for Conducting Study
6 Steps for Conducting Study 2
Determine Project Scope 2.4
Steps for Determining Project Scope
Preparing the Business Case 2.5
Steps for Preparing the Business Case
Financial Valuation
Financial Valuation 2
Financial Valuation 3
Financial Valuation 4
Conducting the Initial Risk Assessment 2.6
Steps in the Risk Assessment
Steps in the Risk Assessment 2
Sample Impact Matrix
Prepare the Decision Package 2.7
Enterprise Analysis Summary

Section 03 - Requirements Planning and Management

Requirements Planning and Management
Reqs. Planning and Mgmt. – The Basics
Reqs. Planning and Mgmt. – Task Groups
Identify and Document Project Team Roles and Responsibilities 3.2.1 and .2
Role Highlights
RACI Chart / Matrix
Define Requirements Risk Approach 3.4
Risk Types
Risk Identification Matrix
Risk Mitigation Strategies
Define Requirements Risk Approach 3.4 , Cont.
Planning Considerations 3.5
Consider the SDLC 3.5.2
Consider the PLC 3.5.3
Select Requirements Activities 3.6
Estimate Requirements Activities 3.7
Project Management’s Triple Constraints
The Critical Formula
Manage Requirements 3.8
Manage Requirements Scope 3.8
Traceability Matrix
Measure and Report on Activities 3.9
Manage Requirements Change 3.10 - PUDA
Manage Requirements Change 3.10


Section 04 - Requirements Elicitation

Requirements Elicitation
Facilitator’s Responsibilities
Elicitation Techniques
Brainstorming 4.3
Document Analysis 4.4
Focus Group 4.5
Interface Analysis 4.6
Interviews 4.7
Observation 4.8
Prototyping 4.9
Requirements Workshop 4.10
Reverse Engineering 4.11
Survey/Questionnaire 4.12
Tasks, Inputs & Outputs

Section 05 - Requirements Analysis and Documentation

Requirements Analysis and Documentation
Overview 2
Overview 3
Development Methodologies
Structured Requirements Pkg. 5.2 - The Tasks
Define the Solution Boundary
Structure the Solution Definition
Create Business Domain Model 5.3 - Definition
Requirement Types
Analyze User Requirements 5.4
Analyze Functional Rqmts. 5.5
Analyze Functional Rqmts. 5.5 - Types
Analyze Quality of Service Rqmts 5.6 - Types
Structuring Requirements 5.2 – 5.3
Analyzing Requirements 5.4 – 5.6
Determine Assumptions and Constraints 5.7
Determine Requirements Attributes 5.8
Determine Requirements Attributes 5.8 - Types
Validated Requirements 5.9
Common Document Formats
Validated Requirements 5.10
Verify Requirements 5.11
Characteristics of Good Reqs
Documenting Reqs. 5.7 – 5.11
Analysis and Documentation Techniques - Types
Data and Behavior Models
Business Rules 5.12.1
Business Rules
Class Models 5.12.2
UML Notation
Class Models
CRUD Matrix 5.12.3
Data Dictionary 5.12.4
Data Transformation and Mapping 5.12.5
Entity Relationship Diagrams 5.12.6
ERD Components
Metadata Definition 5.12.7
Process / Flow Models
Activity Diagrams 5.13.1
Data Flow Diagrams 5.13.2
Event Identification 5.13.3
Flowchart 5.13.4
Sequence Diagrams 5.13.5
State Machine Diagrams 5.13.6
Workflow Models 5.13.7
Usage Models
Prototyping 5.14.1
Storyboards / Screen Flows 5.14.2
Use Case Description 5.14.3
Use Case Diagram 5.14.4
Use Case 5.14.3 /4
User Interface Designs 5.14.5
User Profiles 5.14.6
User Stories 5.14.7

Section 06 - Requirements Communication

Requirements Communication
Communication Planning and More 6.2-.4
Create a Requirements Pkg. 6.5
Conduct a Requirements Presentation 6.6
Conduct a Formal Requirements Review 6.7
Obtain Requirements Signoff 6.8
Packaging and Presenting Reqs. 6.5 – 6.8

Section 07 - Solution Assessment and Validation

Solution Assessment and Validation
Solution Assessment and Validation 7.2 -.5

Section 08 - Underlying Fundamentals

Underlying Fundamentals
BA Core Skills
The Communication Model
Didactic Communication
Exercise Answer
Systems Thinking
Common Theories
Underlying Fundamentals Categorized
Course Closure

Section 09 - Final Exam


Write a review

Your Name:

Your Review: Note: HTML is not translated!

Rating: Bad           Good

Enter the code in the box below: