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    Entry Certificate in Business Analysis

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    Entry Certificate in Business Analysis (ECBA) is the 1st level certification provided by International Institute of Business Analysis , Canada.

    Following are some of the benefits of becoming an ECBA :

    • Be recognized for your competency in business analysis.
    • Business analysis is fastest growing career opportunity for IT professionals.
    • People with domain experience can move into IT sector by becoming a business analyst.
    • Better job prospects.
    • Better salary.

    Target Audience for ECBA®

    ECBA examination targets following audience:

    • Individuals entering business analysis profession:
    • Students enrolled in business analysis academic programs
    • New graduates
    • Professionals transitioning careers
    • Functional managers who are not business analysts but manage them.

    Eligibility for ECBA®

    • Prior business analysis-related work is not required
    • Professional development: 21 hours of verifiable BABOK® coursework in last 4 years. Adaptive US is an authorized EEP of IIBA®, its training provides desired PDUs for ECBA® certification examination.
    • References: not required.
    • Prior knowledge area expertise is not required.
    • Signed code of conduct is required.

    ECBA Question pattern

    • This is a knowledge-based examination.
    • Multiple choice questions
    • 50 questions
    • Testing knowledge
    • 1 hour

    Examination weightage – KA wise

     

    Business Analysis Knowledge
    Domain % Distribution
    Business Analysis & business analysis Professional 2.5%
    Underlying Competencies 5%
    Business Analysis Key Concepts 5%
    Techniques 12.5%
    BABOK® Guide Knowledge Areas
    Domain % Distribution
    Business Analysis Planning and Monitoring 5%
    Elicitation and Collaboration 20%
    Requirements Life Cycle Management 20%
    Strategy Analysis 5%
    Requirements Analysis and Design Definition 24%
    Solution Evaluation 1%
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