Posted by tac_admin, May 1, 2013

The Benefits of IIBA Certification


Fellow and future BAs, I’m so happy that I am officially an endorsed education provider by the International Institute of Business Analysis (the world’s leading professional association for business analysis).

It’s an honor for numerous reasons, but namely, I deeply respect IIBA and their mission to advance and support Business Analysis as a profession.

Since my Mastering Business Analysis Online Training and Agile Boot Camp have been approved for PD/CDUs towards IIBA certification or re-certification…

I thought now is a great time to look at the benefits of earning an IIBA professional certification. Here are just a few perks of becoming an IIBA certified BA:

Benefits to You

Successfully complete my Mastering Business Analysis Online Training and Agile Boot Camp, and you will have a total of 26 hours of Professional Development / Continuing Development Units with the IIBA (you only need 21 for IIBA certification).

Once certified, you’ll experience…

  • Competence in the principles and practices of business analysis.

  • Participation in a recognized professional group.

  • Recognition of professional competence by professional peers and management.

  • Advanced career potential due to recognition as a professional business analysis practitioner.

  • Personal satisfaction of accomplishing a milestone in your BA career.

  • Certification can improve overall performance, remove uncertainty, and widen market opportunities.

  • The process of achieving and maintaining certification helps ensure you are continually improving and refining your activities.

  • Potentially higher income for being formally recognized as an experienced BA professional.

 Make your education count!

Sign up for my Mastering Business Analysis Online Trainingand Agile Boot Camptoday!

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