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FREE - IIBA Toronto Summer 2017 ONLINE Introduction to BABOK v3.0 - Jun 20 & 27

  • 20 Jun 2017
  • 7:00 PM
  • 27 Jun 2017
  • 10:00 PM
  • Online


  • Register to attend free Introduction to IIBA BABOK v3.0 body of knowledge

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IIBA Toronto Summer

ONLINE Introduction to
BABOK v3.0

Learn from the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge

Prepare for the IIBA Certification Process

You are registering for
Session One on June 20, 2017 only

Click here for the full
ONLINE Spring 2017 Study Group

Session One is an introduction to the IIBA BABOK v3.0 and Business Analysis. 

Session One is open to all.
Space is limited. Conditions apply.


  • What is Business Analysis
  • What is the Business Analysis practice
  • What is the IIBA BABOK v3.0 Guide
  • Key Concepts of Business Analysis
  • The Business Analysis Core Concept Model
  • IIBA Toronto, You and the Core Competency Model
  • 29 Underlying Competencies in 6 Groupings
  • The 5 Perspectives in the IIBA BABOK v3.0 and Beyond
  • Practicing Business Analysis but not as a dedicated Business Analyst
  • Creating new uses for the Business Analysis practice
  • The IIBA Toronto Learning Experience
  • The IIBA Toronto Support Experience
  • The IIBA Toronto's IIBA Certification and Exam Support Experience
  • IIBA Toronto and the Business Analysis Community is supporting you.

The information below is about the full study group

IIBA Toronto Summer

BABOK v3.0 Study Group

Learn from the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge

Prepare for the IIBA Certification Process

June 20 - August 15

The IIBA Toronto BABOK v3.0 Study Group is a flexible approach to meet your needs while providing maximum learning.

We are offering two study groups this summer:
IN-PERSON (Thursday evening)
ONLINE (Tuesday evening)

You will discover the BABOK v3.0 in both the Tuesday or Thursday sessions and in Study Group Small Group Meetups.

There are 9 sessions on Tuesday online (starts 7 pm) or Thursday in-person (starts 6 pm).

CLICK HERE for the In-Person Study Group

Click here to see dates below


The study group program IIBA Toronto offers is 35 Professional Development (PD) credit hours in duration. IIBA Toronto uses peer-to-peer learning tools, deliver instructor led content, practice exam questions, have coaches, small group meetups, and more.


The result is we are able to encourage, motivate and help participants take ownership of the processes (building and submitting the application, pacing and studying for the certification exams) through the use of various learning methods, collaboration tools and community.


IIBA Toronto offers a full exploration of the IIBA BABOK v3.0. The mystery is removed and studying the IIBA BABOK v3.0 becomes manageable. We do not offer an exhaustive survey of the material in BABOK v3.0. We do encourage engagement, community, collaboration as you grow your competencies with the powerful assistance of IIBA Toronto's BABOK v3.0 based study group.


IIBA Toronto's changes are in response to the changes IIBA has made to both the IIBA BABOK in v3.0 and in three of the existing and new IIBA Certifications (ECBA, CCBA, and CBAP).

IIBA Toronto's study group satisfies the IIBA CBAP certification requirement of 35 PD credit hours, and the IIBA ECBA and IIBA CCBA certification requirement of 21 PD credit hours.


IIBA Toronto's study group deals with the reality that the 'meat' in the BABOK v3.0 grew to 440 pages from its previous 222 pages. That is an effective doubling of the material! In total the BABOK Guide has gone from 265 pages in v2.0 to 502 pages in v3.0, again almost doubling its previous size.

That said, the main changes are redesigning the knowledge areas slightly, adding five perspectives, and sixteen techniques. This allows the BABOK to address project based projects, enterprise based projects, and help keep the practice and the practitioner from becoming irrelevant to the enterprise's evolving business outcome.

We will also be reviewing the new Case Studies method used in the new BABOK v3.0 exams. 


IIBA Toronto has taken four years of experience to evolve our study group to ensure greater understanding and engagement with the material that is the IIBA BABOK v3.0.


The IIBA Toronto Study Group will be the following:

35 PD credit hours for your IIBA Certification Application (you can earn more PD credit hours)

  • 27 PD credit hours online sessions
  • 8 PD credit hours online small group meetup sessions - 8 hours minimum
  • Coaching support
  • Small Group Meetups (SGM) support in-person and online
  • SGM are PD credit hours if you are a registered study group participant 


In-class sessions part of this Study Group

  • Tuesday evenings
    • 7 pm to 10 pm
    • 3 hours each
  • June 20, 27
  • July 4, 11, 18, 25
  • August 1, 8, 15


Online Small Group Meetups
are part of this Study Group

  • Minimum 8 PD credit hours online
  • Generally these small group meetups and or sessions will occur on an evening at 8 pm and Saturday morning 10 am
  • Additional sessions and meetups will occur during and following the Summer Study Group
  • Credit hours given to those registered for the Study Group
  • You can create your own online or in-person small group meetup. When they follow study group guidelines and you are registered for the study group, you will receive PD credit hours.


Exam related workshops

  • Best practices for exam prepping workshop
  • Preparing your IIBA Certification Application and the IIBA Certification Handbooks
  • Counts towards your PD Credit hours

Peer-to-peer and instructor led learning
  • Combine studying, exercises, and learning in each session
  • Coaches participate in the study group and small group meetups. 
  • Coaches receive CDU credit hours and recognition

IIBA Toronto Small Group Meetup support

  • IIBA Toronto Small Group Meetups qualify for required PD credit hours when registered in the Study Group

The BABOK v3.0 content covered will include

  • BABOK v3.0 Introduction
  • Business Analysis Key Concepts
  • Business Analysis Planning and Monitoring
  • Elicitation and Collaboration
  • Requirements Life Cycle Management
  • Strategy Analysis
  • Requirements Analysis and Design Definition
  • Solution Evaluation
  • Underlying Competencies
  • The Fifty Techniques Presented in the BABOK

Cancellation by participant

Students will receive a refund only if IIBA Toronto receives a notice of cancellation more than 10 full calendar days (not including the class date) before the class start date.

If a student does not attend a scheduled session, there will be no refund or reschedule given. Payment is forfeited.

Student substitutions are allowed.

Cancellation or reschedule by IIBA Toronto

The IIBA Toronto chapter, who is providing this workshop, reserves the right to cancel or reschedule this event.


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