Finally, a step-by-step course showing you how to leverage the experience you already have to find the perfect Business Analyst job.
You want to enter a Business Analyst career, but something is holding you back. You’re trying to transfer your skills and experience, and employers just aren’t responding.
Do any of these quotes sound familiar?
Here’s what some of my readers are telling me, in their own words:
Does this sound like you?
Wouldn’t it be great to be able to fully leverage your background, skills, and experience in your job search so that you come across as an experienced and fully qualified Business Analyst?
I hear you. You’ve worked hard to earn the skills and experience you have. You don’t want to start over. And you don’t want to spend months or years taking classwork with no guarantee of success.
You want to transition into a satisfying career as a Business Analyst. And you want to prove to an employer that you have the right skills to do the job right now.
But you can’t.
The phone doesn’t ring. The months go by and nobody responds to your resume when you apply for jobs. Or if they do respond, you have no idea what to say at the interview. Employers are just not seeing why your past work experience makes you the best candidate for the job.
After all, you’ve never had the title of Business Analyst…
I have the exact solution you need.
What if you could precisely pinpoint the skills and experience in your background that you can convincingly turn into Business Analyst experience that employers will love? And then learn the right Business Analyst language to use to make sure employers understand exactly how you’re the best candidate for the job?
You see, I strongly believe that almost everyone has past work experience and skills that can be successfully transferred into a Business Analyst career.
I know this from personal experience. I started out as a lawyer with a philosophy and psychology degree, and never took a single business or technology course in college. Later I decided to become a Business Analyst, and had to figure out how to jump from law into a Business Analyst career.
It was hard. I had no idea what relevant skills I could possibly bring to the job. I didn’t know what to put on my resume or what to say at the interview to come across as the best candidate.
But I learned.
And now that I’ve worked as a Business Analyst for almost two decades, I’ve sat on the other side of that interview table. I’ve hired many Business Analysts.
I know exactly what Business Analyst employers are looking for. And I know what makes them throw your resume in the trash because they can’t see why your resume is relevant to them.
I want to help you get past all of that and nail the job you want.
Introducing Transfer Your Skills: How To Leverage The Experience You Already Have To Find The Perfect Business Analyst Job.
In Transfer Your Skills, I teach you a technique that will help you quickly identify your transferable skills and experience, and then transform them using the language of the Business Analyst into exactly what employers are looking for.
Buy now, and here’s what you get.
#1: A step-by-step technique that will teach you how to turn your work experience into valuable Business Analyst skills you can fully leverage on your resume and at the interview. I call it the ICARP Technique, a powerful method I teach my students guaranteed to discover your transferable Business Analyst skills and powerfully re-frame them to convince an employer that you’re the best person for the job.
The ICARP technique identifies the core Business Analyst skills employers are looking for. It then walks you through how to find those skills in your own background. And then it tells you exactly what you need to say on your resume and at the interview to grab the employer’s attention.
#2: Six videos packed with three hours of information that will take you step-by-step to show you how to master the ICARP Technique. Here’s what these information-packed videos contain:
|Module 1||You’re Already a Business Analyst (You Just Don’t Know It Yet).||Intro|
|Module 2||The Ten Core Skills You Must Prove You Have To Even Get In The Door||Identify|
|Module 3||Gather Your Weapons: Your Valuable Experience That Will Land You The Job||Compile|
|Module 4||Discover Your Hidden Business Analyst Skills||Analyze|
|Module 5||Transform Your Experience Using The Language Of The Business Analyst||Restate|
|Module 6||Polish Your Transferable Skills To Turn Them Into Business Analyst Job Offers||Polish|
#3: Nine example careers to show you exactly how you can use the ICARP Technique yourself. For each step in my technique, I use example job experience from nine career fields outside of business analysis to show you how to turn work in those fields into incredibly powerful Business Analyst experience that will WOW potential employers. The careers I picked provide a wide sample to show you how the technique works for almost any field, including yours.
#4: The exact key words you must use on your resume and the interview to make you sound like a Business Analyst and maximize your chances of grabbing the employer’s attention as the best candidate for the job.
#5: Word-for-word scripts that do the work for you when figuring out precisely what you need to say on your resume and at the interview to guarantee that you will come across like a superstar.
#6: One year of access to course materials. Your purchase entitles you to access all the videos, along with PDF’s of the video content. You will also find a worksheet you’ll use as the course takes you step by step through the process. Everything will be available to you for one year (and longer, if you specifically ask to be extended beyond that.)
What people are saying
Here’s what a few of my readers who reviewed a free pre-release testing version of the course are saying:
This could be you in three months…
Think about how things could be three months from now. In three months, you’re feeling tired and frustrated. The resumes you send out continue to get few or no responses from Business Analyst employers. If you managed to get invited to an interview, you become tongue-tied when you show up because you don’t know how to talk in the language of the Business Analyst. Employers just don’t understand why you’re even applying in the first place.
You sit down by the computer and the phone and wonder when employers are finally going to call you and hire you.
The answer is probably never, because you haven’t proven to them the value of your transferable skills that you would bring to them.
Or this could be you in three months…
In three months, the phone is ringing. Employers are enthusiastically responding to your emails.
You did the course work and followed the process. You figured out your most valuable transferable skills employers will care about.
Then you put them in the language of the Business Analyst so that it’s totally obvious you have the right experience. Your resume sounds powerful and grabs the employer’s attention.
You walk into the interview with confidence in your step, because you know exactly what you need to say to convince an employer that you’re the perfect person for that Business Analyst job. The same thing happens when you walk into the next interview.
And maybe you end up with a job offer in your hand to start the Business Analyst job of your dreams.
That’s the difference that Transfer Your Skills could make for you.
Because I stand by this product and am confident that it will help you turn your valuable experience into highly transferable skills for your Business Analyst job search, I will let you try this course risk free. Try it for seven days. If you go through the course and find that it didn’t help you, let me know within 7 days of your purchase, and I will grant you a full refund with no questions asked.
You can’t lose.
Buy now for $87
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: The job I have now has nothing at all to do with business analysis. I don’t use any Business Analyst skills. How would this course be helpful to me?
A: Almost every field in the business world uses skills that bear strong similarities to Business Analyst skills. The problem is that they’re not called out as Business Analyst skills. They’re named something else, so they are hidden. What we must do is to figure out what the most important Business Analyst skills are. Then we must find them wherever they’re hiding in your background, regardless of what we called them.
Q: I’m just out of school [or still at university] and have no job experience. Would this course help me?
A: This course is most helpful for someone that has some prior work experience they can draw upon. That said, you may find it helpful if you have been getting experience through internships or through classwork. If you’re looking to become a Business Analyst, it can also help you identify the skills you should develop in your schoolwork and through internships to increase your chances of getting into the field.
Q: Why should I buy this course instead of just getting a business analysis certificate?
A: Because a Business Analyst employer will see right through your lack of experience if you show up with just a certificate. If you don’t successfully transfer your skills, the employer will see no relevance in your background. Certificates are helpful for understanding more about business analysis, but they’re no substitute for real experience. That’s why it’s so important to leverage the skills you already have in your job search. This course will help you do that; a certificate by itself won’t.
Q: What if my current career is not on the list of nine example careers you discuss in the course? Will it still be useful to me?
A: Yes, the course will help you no matter what field you are in. The reason I picked nine careers in very different fields was to show the ICARP technique in action and demonstrate that you can do this for almost any career you’re in. They’re meant only as teaching examples. The course is designed with the widest possible number of fields in mind.
Q: I’m already a Business Analyst and trying to find a new business analysis job. Could this course help me?
A: Yes. The primary focus of the course is targeted to someone who is new to the field. However, there is a lot of material that shows you how to showcase your Business Analyst skills powerfully on your resume and at the interview. You may be a Business Analyst but might still need help with the best language to use on the resume. You may also want to know exactly what to say to ace the interview. The course can help you do that.
Q: What happens once I buy the course?
A: After you purchase, you will be asked to register a user name and password. This will give you full access to the Transfer Your Skills course. You can then enjoy access for a full year, or more if you ask. The course website includes my personal contact information if you have any questions about the course.
More about Joe
My name is Joe Barrios, and I’m a Business Analyst career coach. I’m also an Information Technology Director with an extensive background in business analysis. I have almost 20 years of industry experience at a top Fortune 500 company and as a consultant.
My background includes advising CIO’s and senior executives on analyzing and implementing complex multi-million dollar business transformation and technology initiatives. I have done business analysis on hundreds of projects in a variety of industries. I have also led teams of analysts, as well as interviewed and hired many candidates for Business Analyst positions.
My mission is to help you transition into an exciting, in-demand technology career as a Business Analyst. Transfer Your Skills will help you do that.
So what are you waiting for? Get started right now in transferring your valuable skills and experience to nail the Business Analyst job of your dreams.
Buy now for $87