PMI-PBA(R) Certification equips you with the knowledge and skills you need to pass the PMI-PBA exam which is also what you need to implement your BA projects. If you area a business analyst, passing the PMI-PBA(R) exam and the PMP(R) Certification Exam, can be a great benefit to your career. See PMI-PBA(R) Exam requirements. The PMI-PBA is highly specialized. It provides the knowledge and skills to work with high level management.
Does Title Matter?
Project managers have analysis experience and most business analysts have project management experience. Whether or not you have one or either title or even another title, it doesn’t matter. It is what you have done that counts. If you have up to three to five years of experience in either field, chances are you have enough experience in order to qualify for the PMI-PBA Exam, along with this training.
The BA’s Training Role and Focus:
The selected projects of the organization are usually kept aligned by the BA to the goals and objectives of the organization in order to achieve business value. This work is done in collaboration with appropriate stakeholders. The class is focused on needs assessment, requirements management start to end, aligning requirements to strategy, process improvement, tools, solution evaluation and taking an organization through change.
The instructor is an expert and teaches even very senior analysts. Join a PMI-PBA(R) training. You’ll be so glad you did. See our testimonials. We offer this class about 4 times a year. Sometimes we can fit another training within our schedule, so reach out to us if you’d like to take the training and we will see what we can do.
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