I have been in banking for over eight years now as a wire transfer investigations officer.
I recently completed my BSc in Computing and Information Systems and at present I’m awaiting results.
I left my job at the bank to complete my final year and I’m considering entering the information technology field. I am aspiring to become a business analyst and would like guidance as to what should be my next step.
I have 18 years of project management, sales, sales management experience in the automotive and playground recreational products industry and I recently decided that I want to become a Business Analyst.
My experience with problem solving complex issues, sales, project management experience and running a small business gives me a broad base of experience which appears to fit nicely with what this type of position requires.
I am however, lacking any formal training on the IT side, I am comfortable with computers and how they operate but I am struggling with how to best present myself to potential employers since I am weak on this side of things.
I am an architect in the construction field with 8 years of experience in Construction Management. I am currently planning to switch careers and Business Analysis is my choice.
I have experience in the responsibilities required in this job. Requirement Elicitation, Interviews, Workshops….etc the main difference being the terminology is completely different and some of the documentation methods are different.
I did undergo training from QAI and i have taken up some courses in Software Testing.
I am looking for accelerated training for the Business Analyst role.
Gaining hands on practice with business analyst tasks, and tools, in as short a period of time as possible – mastering the skills that are likely to be used most frequently and/or for the longest duration during a typical day – is the goal.