Working as a business analyst has allowed me to spearhead projects spanning the organisation being hands on with the proposal, implementation, testing and deployment. I also complete ad-hoc tasks for multiple stakeholders within the organisation from generating cross company reports, to analyzing data to answering queries for colleagues using a range of both personal and technical skills.
BTEC Level 3 National Diploma in Information Technology
During the duration of my course I studied the relationship between hardware and software, managing and
communicating information and data, and the principles of designing and developing digital
technologies and processes to support organisations across six mandatory units:
• Information technology systems
• Creating systems to manage information
• Using social media in business
• IT project management
• Cyber security and incident management.
A-Level in Computer Science
My Computer Science qualification allowed me to understand the core principles of computer science. Classroom learning was transferred into real-world systems through the creation of an independent project. I also developed my technical understanding and ability to analyse and solve problems using computational thinking.
The course included the key topics of:
• Software and software development
• Elements of computational thinking
• Problem solving and programming
Level 3 Diploma for the Business Administrator
City & Guild
My City & Guilds Level 3 Diploma for Business Administrators’ qualification allowed for me to develop a highly transferable standard of knowledge, understanding and skills across a range of administrative practices and tasks, which can be applied to all industries.
The qualification covered a range of topics:
• Principles of business administration
• Personal and professional development
• Managing performance
• Communication in a business environment
• Project management
• IT for business