The CCBA highlights your capabiity to work effectively with stakeholders, to model business processes, and identify and evaluate opportunities for better business outcomes. CCBA certification represents your skills and knowledge applied to real-life scenarios and fortifies you for career advancement.
The 2017 IIBA® Annual Business Analysis Salary Survey reports that the average salary of top 5 certification holders is 11% moreon average in earnings in comparison to non-certification holders.
To earn your CCBA certification, you candidates must:
- Complete a minimum of 3,750 hours of Business Analysis work experience in the last 7 years.
- Within these hours, a minimum of 900 hours must be completed in 2 of the 6 BABOK® Guide Knowledge Areas, for a minimum total of 1800 hours.
- 500 hours must be completed in 4 of the 6 BABOK® Guide Knowledge Areas, for a minimum total of 2000 hours.
- Complete a minimum of 21 hours of Professional Development within the last 4 years.
- Provide references.
- Sign the CCBA® Code of Conduct.
CCBA Exam Pattern
The CCBA exam consists of 130 multiple choice scenario-based questions formulated from the BABOK® Guide body of knowledge and must be completed within 3 hours.
The exam is computer-based and must taken at a test center. To be admitted to the exam, your IIBA Profile Name must match your government identification.
CBAP Examination Fee
First attempt (Application fee of $ 125 plus $325.00 USD for IIBA® members or $450.00 USD for non-members, plus GST/HST for Canadian residents)
Second attempt ($250.00 USD for IIBA® members or $375.00 USD for non-members, plus GST/HST for Canadian residents)
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