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User is offline Watermark Learning
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Re: Your thoughts on my current situation? 
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Thank you for mentioning Watermark Learning in your post. We have a number of terrific BA and CBAP classes and resources, including a Business Analysis Fundamentals course which we get rave reviews on.  We're here to help anyone looking for more information on Business Analysis.

New Post 2/25/2010 5:25 PM
User is offline Laura Brandenburg
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Re: Your thoughts on my current situation? 

Another way to find the right training program is to conduct informational interviews with people who have the kinds of position you'd be seeking or have a similar background to you. I actually interviewed an IT recruiter who is on her path to becoming a business analyst as part of my research for a recent book. By taking the course, she found a lot of transferable skills between the two professions.



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