AAA Institute’s business analysis training prepares candidates for CBAP certification, delving into the role and responsibilities of the business analyst and providing comprehensive training on building, documenting, communicating, and managing requirements. Students attending this course will accelerate their preparation for the Certified Business Analysis Professional TM (CBAP®) exam. This course provides an in-depth, structured approach to understanding the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge® (BABOK®).This training concentrates on the key areas of the BABOK V2.0, and provides useful discussions to reinforce the concepts detailed in the BABOK V2.0.


  • Describe the process of auditing information systems.

  • Define Business Analysis Framework

  • Comprehend Creativity and Critical Thinking

  • Understand Planning, Validating and Managing User Requirements

  • Execute Communications Input: Questioning, Listening, Facilitating and Managing Conflict

  • Eliciting User Requirements

  • Execute Communications Output: Planning, Writing and Presenting

  • Construct Modeling the Business Problem and Solution

Week-1: Read Chapters 1 and 2 of textbooks; complete all assignment questions

  • Business Analysis Planning and Monitoring

  • Determine the business analysis approach

  •     Perform stakeholder analysis

  • Create requirements communications management plan

  •     Define requirements risk management


Week-2: Read Chapters 3 and 4 of textbooks; complete all assignment questions

  • Eliciting Requirements

  • Comprehend how to elicit stakeholder requirements

  •     List elicitation techniques

  • Describe static requirements gathering


Week-3: Read Chapters 5 and 6 of textbooks; complete all assignment questions

  • Managing Requirements Communication

  • Define scope of project requirements

  • Describe conflicting requirements

  • Determine requirements format

  • Create requirements package


Week-4: Read Chapters 7 and 8 of textbooks; do complete all assignment questions

  • Working as an Enterprise Business Analyst

  •         Define business analyst role

  •         Create and maintain business architecture

  •         Determine capability gaps

  •         Determine solution scope

  •         Create business case


Week-5: Read Chapter 9 of textbook; complete all assignment questions

  • Analyzing and Documenting Project Requirements

  • Prioritize requirements

  • Analyze solution requirements

  • Define requirements and attributes


Week-6: Read Chapter 10 of textbook; complete all assignment questions

  • Analyze solution requirements

  • Define requirements and attributes