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We are thrilled to have Andrew Robins offer this course to our BA community. With all the requirements that need to be done in projects, ensuring that we have sound security requirements is a key component in delivery.
From our base in New Zealand, we are working with people from all over the world. It is truly amazing how connected we are in the field of business architecture and business analysis. As of January 2021, we now have learners from over 40 countries all working very hard to get certified. It is such a privilege for me getting to know so many people and realise (despite some language barriers) the life of a BA is very similar, our stories are understood and our frustrations are shared. Doesn't feel like an island after all! Happy learning everyone!
This blueprint covers the following main areas of work: 1) Plan and Prepare; 2) Complete the Training Course - involves multiple learning exercises; 3) Take the Practice quiz at the end of BABOK chapter; 4) ASSESSMENT - Exam readiness and drills: are you ready to write the CBAP, CCBA or ECBA Exam? To view the learning blueprint and watch the explainer video, sign-up for the free preview of either the ECBA, CCBA or CBAP Masterclass.
Recently a learner asked what the difference was between a Requirements Repository and a Requirements Backlog? I thought, before I answer, I should perhaps understand where the words originated from and how it relates to our current understanding of projects.