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4 Steps to Business Analysis Certification

Business analysis is a rapidly growing field, and many professionals wonder ‘how do I become certified’? Or how to become a business analyst? Certified business analysis professionals are in-demand. Certifications from the International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA®) and others are globally recognized and help grow your career in business analysis. From entry-level to the more advanced CBAP, and even specialized areas like cybersecurity, certification in business analysis are worth getting to maximize your BA career potential. There are many portals through which you can get CBAP certification after completing training.

Step 1:
Choose Your Certification

The core certification program consists of three levels, ECBA™, CCBA®, and CBAP® spanning from entry-level knowledge to expert-level of business analysis. Determine which level matches your interest, experience, and career goals to see which certification is best for you.

Once you choose your certification, these certifications require professional development hours and other goals to be logged before you can register for the exam. 

Select the badge below for more details on each individual certification or browse all certifications.

Step 2:
Learn About Your Certification Exam

Before you start preparing for your business analysis certification, ensure you understand the basics of what’s on the exam. Review the exam competencies, exam blueprint, and sample questions to see what’s covered and the type of questions that will be asked. While the same exact questions will not be on your exam, these sample questions will give you an understanding of what to expect on the certification exam.

Be sure to check out the exam information page for guidelines on all our certification exams and click on the certification badge below for each of the exam blueprints and sample questions.

Step 3:
Begin Preparing for Your Exam

Review the standards or bodies of knowledge that align with your certification. 

IIBA endorses training providers globally to support the ongoing professional development of business analysis professionals. All CBaP endorsed training is aligned with best-practice standards including the Guide for our core certifications and these providers offer comprehensive courses designed to prepare you for your certification exam.

Step 4:
Register and Take Your Certification Exam

When you have acquired the skills and knowledge required for your desired certification, it’s time to take the exam. For the core certifications, start by paying the application and exam fees. For the specialized certifications just purchase the exam fee to get started. Then, you will begin the process of registering and scheduling your exam.

You Are Now Certified.

You did it! You earned your business analysis certification! You have joined a community of more than 16,000 business analysis professionals worldwide. You’ve achieved a globally recognized certification that will help you advance in your business analysis career.

Now, it’s time to show the world you mean business. Showcase your expertise with your digital badge. Share and validate your certification achievements digitally your social media platforms and more!

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