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New Post 4/10/2013 2:36 PM
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Hi,

I'm new to this forum.  I work as a Senior Mainframe programmer in an IT company and have around 8years of experience in the IT industry.  I would like to do CCBA and CBAP certifications.   I dont have any experience as a Business Analyst.   I plan to do these certifications and slowly start off as a Business Analyst in my current company.     

Does CCBA and CBAP certification courses require previous work experience as a Business Analyst.   Please let me know.  Thanks much.

 

 

 

 
New Post 4/19/2013 12:44 PM
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Yes they do - both general BA experience as well as minimum hours in BABOK knowledge areas.  Here's a link to the IIBA site where you can find more information on certifications:

http://www.iiba.org/IIBA/Certification/CCBA_Designation/IIBA_Website/Certification/CCBA_Designation.aspx?hkey=16936d69-2ca1-48f4-ad1a-54bd40bd9df8

Sandy

 
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