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ABAA Releases the Australian Business Analysis Competency Framework (ABACF)
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Posted by: skylie on Wednesday, July 1, 2009

The Australian Business Analysis Competency Framework (ABACF) provides the business analysis profession with an opportunity to assess business analysis skills, techniques and experiences against a standard of expected competencies.
Available at no cost through the Australian Business Analysis Association (ABAA) the ABACF is based on the International Institute of Business Analysis IIBA® Body of Knowledge (BABOK) and has been developed through a series of engagement workshops involving input from Australian government agencies, private corporations, training organisations, and
peak industry bodies.
“I feel we’ve achieved a comprehensive, yet accessible model of what it means to be a business analyst, along with the necessary tools to assess those essential skills and techniques” – Astrid Ries, President, ABAA
Nationally, for first time employers will be able to use the ABACF to understand the competency levels of their existing business analysts and prospective business analyst employees. The ABACF defines three levels of accreditation which are attainable through an assessment process based on evidence of practical experience, training, reference checks and interviews.
The Australian Business Analysis Competency Framework (ABACF) is now available for download from the Australian Business Analysis Association (ABAA) website
The Australian Business Analysis Association (ABAA) is a not for profit professional organisation which seeks to define, promote and support Business Analysis as a profession nationwide. Business Analysis as a term provides a collective umbrella for professionals working in the areas of Business, Process and Technical Analysis.




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