Business Analysis Certificate Program (BACP)
IIL’s BA Certificate Program is designed to provide you with the core skills, knowledge and hands-on experience needed to succeed as a Business Analyst in today’s global marketplace.
For participants who opt to take the two-day Certified Business Analysis Professional (CBAP®) Prep Course (an optional part of the curriculum and ONLY available to those enrolled in the BACP), the program will also prepare you to pass the IIBA® Certification exam to obtain your CBAP credential.
Depending upon the courses that you choose, the BACP program earns you between 60 and 70 PDUs and can be completed within a time period of three to 12 months. BACP courses may be taken in either our Virtual Classroom or a traditional classroom setting. While we recommend that you take the courses in the order shown to the right, you may take them in an order that best fits your needs, interests and schedule.
Who Should Attend
You should enroll in the BACP if you work as a Business Analyst, define and manage requirements through the development cycle, elicit information from stakeholders to define requirements or if your job involves solving, defining or analyzing business problems.
What You Will Learn
With IIL, you learn from experts who are also practitioners. The BACP program focuses on analyzing current best practices from some of the most successful companies utilizing Business Analysis today. You will learn to better define and manage requirements, elicit information from stakeholders, analyze business processes and find innovative and efficient solutions to even the most challenging business problems.
Bring the BACP to Your Company!
If your organization has a group of 12 or more employees to train, any of our BACP courses can be delivered in a
private IIL Virtual Classroom or in a
traditional classroom setting at the location of your choice.
Let us customize a BACP program to meet your specific business needs. Our educational advisors will work with you to design a program aligned with your training and development goals.
Have more questions about the BACP program? Check out our BACP FAQ page or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.