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Education gives a solid foundation for the future career of a student. But to be a unicorn in a field of horses, student’s need professional training.
Professional training will provide the edge to the students as it provides the necessary skill needed in the workforce. It is going to be the differentiator against the competition. Getting hired after college will be easier as it will give a stamp of excellence.
All those students who plan to become Business Analysts, an entry-level certification from IIBA gives you a leverage point over others wanting to enter the field.
Why should students become certified as BAs?
- Business analysis is one of the fastest growing careers
- Global job markets remain competitive
- Business analysis certifications improve knowledge & recognition and give a competitive advantage to students over others entering the field without certification
- A skill which has lasting value
- As a subject, it improves one’s ability to understand and evaluate problems and opportunities and find the right solutions for problems.
For students vying for business analysis as a career choice, ECBA, being globally recognized, is a very good choice. This certification is tailor-made for professionals who would like to join the BA profession. It has no experience requirement, has low certification cost and is valid for lifetime.
Adaptive US is a premier EEP for IIBA. It has programs structured to bring success to the students, with the help of expert facilitators and high-quality content. Adaptive also gives the option of success guarantee where without paying an extra penny you can undergo the training all over again if you fail.
Adaptive also has an attractive discount structure for College/University group training-
|Number of participants||% Discount|
|20 to 40||30|
|4o to 100||40|
|More than 100||50|
Also, enjoy 10% discount on public training programs/product fees (Not applicable on IIBA fees) for the students.
For more details about plans and registration, you can visit the Workshop Calendar
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