I have a proposal for you, why not let the people on this "forum" mentor you. Lets agree to catchup every 15th of the Month for reviews, for the next 12 months.
So the first thing you'd do is to determine whether doing this is worth your while; so you'd do a "business case". For guidance and a starting position consider the information at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Business_case .
To make it easier and less personal, consider that you have a department called -- "the Mike Curtin Business Analysis Department". This department will become the BA dept of excellence in the organization and your objective is to raise the level of BA skills in the department over the next 12 months. Mentoring by a group of "remote" practitioners is an option. The question is, is this option feasible and worth the effort?
Now by the 15th of next month, you'll have considered all the options and you'll make a "go/no-go" decision.
If you decide its a "no-go", then at least you'll have gained experience in creating a business case.
If you decide its a "go-er", the we'll do the next steps, which we'll define with you for the benefit of the "Mike Curtin Business Analysis Department".
So, in the meanwhile, read the book "Seven steps to mastering Business Analysis".