Certified Business Analysis Professional


  1. Least of 7500 hours of work insight over the most recent 10 years
  2. Least of 35 hours of Professional Development (PDs) in the previous four years.
  3. Two references from a lifelong administrator, customer or CBAP® Professional, and agree to IIBA® Code of Conduct.


  • 40 hours of Live Instructor Led Training
  • Experienced & Certified Instructors.
  • Practice Questions for Certification Preparation.
  • Access to Digital Material
  • Lifetime Access to Live sessions recording.
  • 35 Contact hours / PDU’s
  • Flexible Schedule

Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of the CBAP course, candidates will get the following outcomes:

  1. This designation helps you demonstrate the knowledge, competencies and experience as a highly effective business analysis professional.
  2. Stand out to employers and peers by showcasing your dedication to your career and the profession of business analysis.
  3. CBAP certified professionals have higher compensation, earn up to 13% more being CBAP certified.

Target Audience

  • Individuals with significant experience in business analysis
  • Individuals with a CCBA™ designation
  • Product Managers
  • Non-BA consultants
  • Trainers
  • Hybrid Business Analysis professionals, including: Project Manager, Testers, Quality Assurance (QA) professionals, Change/Transformation Managers, and Designers


Module 1- Introduction to BABOK V3
1.1 Purpose of the BABOK® Guide 
1.2 What is Business Analysis? 
1.3 Who is a Business Analyst? 
1.4 Structure of the BABOK® Guide
Modue 2- Business Analysis Key Concepts
2.1 The Business Analysis Core Concept Model™ 
2.2 Key Terms 
2.3 Requirements Classification Schema 
2.4 Stakeholders 
2.5 Requirements and Designs
Module 3- Business Analysis Planning and Monitoring
3.1 Plan Business Analysis Approach 
3.2 Plan Stakeholder Engagement 
3.3 Plan Business Analysis Governance 
3.4 Plan Business Analysis Information Management 
3.5 Identify Business Analysis Performance Improvements
Module 4- Elicitation and Collaboration
4.1 Prepare for Elicitation 
4.2 Conduct Elicitation 
4.3 Confirm Elicitation Results 
4.4 Communicate Business Analysis Information 
4.5 Manage Stakeholder Collaboration
Module 5- Requirements Life Cycle Management
5.1 Trace Requirements 
5.2 Maintain Requirements 
5.3 Prioritize Requirements 
5.4 Assess Requirements Changes 
5.5 Approve Requirements
Module 6- Strategy Analysis
6.1 Analyze Current State 
6.2 Define Future State 
6.3 Assess Risks 
6.4 Define Change Strategy
Module 7- Requirements Analysis and Design Definition
7.1 Specify and Model Requirements 
7.2 Verify Requirements 
7.3 Validate Requirements 
7.4 Define Requirements Architecture 
7.5 Define Design Options 
7.6 Analyze Potential Value and Recommend Solution
Module 8- Solution Evaluation
8.1 Measure Solution Performance 
8.2 Analyze Performance Measures 
8.3 Assess Solution Limitations 
8.4 Assess Enterprise Limitations 
8.5 Recommend Actions to Increase Solution Value
Module 9- Perspective
Business Intelligence Perspective
Information Technology Perspective
Business Architecture Perspective
Business Process Management Perspective


The CBAP course content was top-notch and had many industry examples included in the course. It was an excellent learning experience for me and the instructor also helped me understand the nooks and corners of the course.

This online learning experience was great. It covered all the domains and learning from the comfort of my house is another amazing feature. I recommend Acquaintall if you’re looking to prep for any competitive exams.