IIBA® Sydney - Business Data Analytics
IIBA® Australia would like to invite you to the next virtual online study group for CBDA.
The intent of the Study Group, like all study groups, is two-fold:
- Enrich participants with a greater understanding of business data and analytical processes
- Help prepare for the certification exam for the specialized BDA- IIBA® Certification.
This study group may be suitable for:
Anyone who is looking to start or transit to Data Analytics and/or have worked in a data-driven environment and framework for 1 year or more and/or are planning to pursue BDA- IIBA® Certification and/or like to work collaboratively with others to develop your understanding of the Guide to Business Data Analytics® v.1.
Either looking to start or transition to Data Analytics Skilled Business Analyst Managers or Employers of Business Analyst Project Managers, Product Owners, Scrum Masters, or others who work alongside Business Analysts Participants will benefit if they already have strong core Business Analysis knowledge and skill set. Prior participation in a BABoK Study Group and/ or core BA certification (ECBA®, CCA®, CCBA®, CBAP) will be very advantageous for the learning outcomes in the BDA study group.
For further details visit the education page on our website using the following link - IIBA Australia - Education. https://australia.iiba.org/education
Facilitator - Michael Renner
Hello, nice to meet you on your analyst journey be that business, data, or intelligence analyst or any other permutation. I have been working in the business data world for the past 15 years at the Australian Taxation Office bouncing between database and system technology and business data analytics needs evaluation in a public service setting. Prior to this, I worked in several large and small commercial entities , such as Telstra and Electronic Data Systems (EDS), in the same broad industry groups. This has been my career journey after completing my university bachelor degree as an Electronic Engineer and via a Masters in Information Technology along the way from the University of South Australia.
I have a passion for bridging the gap between end users and technology specialists acting as a translator and facilitator in the hopes of achieving high value, win-win results. I have found that people sometimes need help understanding jargon and trends in digital technology as well as critically assessing and defining what exactly they are hoping to achieve. The goal is the joint understanding and respect of all of our specialities, and I hope to improve this continually in little steps. The journey is important; the aspirational goals should never been diminished or forgotten.
I enjoy listening and learning from others from all backgrounds and hope to impart my knowledge over the past 30 years in a meaningful way to help shape careers. The world is an increasingly complex and fast-paced place, but the underlying fundamentals of what we want to do individually and together and how we want to get better every day remain the same.
Study Group Details
Venue: Online via Zoom
Format: 6 weekly sessions
Start Date: Tuesday 10 October 2023
End Date: Tuesday 14 November 2023
Time: From 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm weekly AEST
Fee: $165 for Australia Chapter members (inc. GST).
Number of Participants: maximum of 12