Global Knowledge Offers 5 IIBA-Endorsed Courses

Posted on
Share on Google+Share on LinkedInShare on FacebookShare on RedditTweet about this on TwitterEmail this to someone

<p><strong>Cary, N.C. &mdash; May 10</strong><br />Global Knowledge, a provider of training and enterprise learning services for information technology (IT) and management professionals, has announced that five of its courses have been endorsed by the International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA). </p><p>These classes are:</p><ul><li>Certified Business Analyst Professional (CBAP) Exam Prep Boot Camp</li><li>Introduction to Business Analysis </li><li>Writing Effective Requirements </li><li>Business Process Analysis</li><li>Requirements Development and Management </li></ul><p>&ldquo;As the popularity of the business analyst profession grows, it&rsquo;s important that we deliver hands-on, endorsed courses that help students with rapid skills development and certification,&rdquo; said Kirsten Lora, Global Knowledge business training product director.<br /><br />The five courses are offered in various Global Knowledge training centers worldwide, and are available for private, on-site delivery anywhere in the world. </p><p>For on-site delivery, Global Knowledge also can work with customers to rapidly and cost-effectively tailor a course to specific needs, or they can develop a custom training program for enterprisewide learning initiatives. <br /><br />Global Knowledge is the 11th member in the IIBA, which seeks to help its members identify education providers that offer courses on business analysis that are aligned with the IIBA Business Analysis Body of Knowledge (BABOK).<br /><br />The criteria for endorsement (as profiled on the IIBA Web site) include:</p><ul><li>The course (or computer-based training module) must be relevant for business analysts and must provide valuable knowledge and/or information (as determined by the reviewers). </li><li>The course must require at least two hours of student activity. (For online or CBT courses, the content must be equivalent to what would be covered in a lecture that is at least two hours in duration.)<br /></li><li>The contents of the course must be in substantial alignment with the IIBA BABOK.<br /></li><li>The information included in the syllabus must address all the elements listed above and must be both complete and sufficiently detailed to allow a comprehensive evaluation.<br /></li></ul>

Share on Google+Share on LinkedInShare on FacebookShare on RedditTweet about this on TwitterEmail this to someone


Posted in Archive|