Entering the world of Business Analysis and Project Management

PMP (Project Management Professional) is a professional-level course offered by the PMI (Project Management Institute) for project managers around the world. It and is considered one of the best certifications available for project managers. Project managers looking for better career opportunities and higher pay go for this certification so as to provide more stability to their careers.

ECBA (Entry Certificate in Business Analysis) is an entry-level certification for business analysts offered by the IIBA (International Institute of Business Analysis). One of its entry-level certifications is the ECBA exam that tests the applicants’ fundamentals and basic knowledge of the BABoK (Business Analysis Body of Knowledge) to determine their understanding of the core principles and practices of the profession. It adjudges their understanding of business management and business planning along with their analytical ability to process data.


An Introduction to PMP Certification:

Whether you are a bachelor’s degree or a high school diploma holder, PMP exam prep is necessary for everyone who wishes to get PMP certified. All you need to do get PMP certified is to ensure that you fulfil the criteria and have completed the 35-hour PMBoK (Project Management Body of Knowledge) study program.

As a college graduate, you must have at least 3 years of work experience in the field of which 4500 hours should be as a project manager and you must have lead projects during this time period. Similarly, for high school diploma holders, you are required to have 5 years of work experience in the field and 7500 hours as a project manager who has lead projects.


An Introduction to ECBA Certification:

ECBA exam requires you to be ready with all the requirements of the test and fulfilling the eligibility criteria of the exam. The 21 professional development hours are critical for your eligibility for the certification.

You have to start by registering with the IIBA through their website first and then do a comprehensive study of the BABoK. The only condition being that the 21 professional development hours must have been clocked within the past 4 years.






EducationEdge • 2020 Jun 13

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