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IT professional interested in pursuing a career in BA 

Hi Guys,

This is my very first post in this forum. To give a very brief overview of my situation, I am a migrant from Sri Lanka who arrived in Melbourne last October. I am a seasoned IT professional who has worked within many disciplines in the IT  industry, starting off from sales and marketing, then gradually moving in to graphic / web design, team leading, custom software project management, and finally moving in to IT related business operations management.

Since being in Melbourne, I managed to land a job in retail at Vodafone Australia, and i have been employed as an in-store business specialist for almost an year now.

My question is, If I want to pursue a career in Business Analysis, what steps should i take? What courses should i study? Please do advice. Thanks for you help in advance guys.

Dinesh

 
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