Overview: This document will share about a typical internship experience at Logitrain in the Business Analysis area.
What is an Internship?
An internship is an opportunity to be trained in the workplace under the guidance of a knowledgeable professional/mentor or a team and also get used to the Australian work place culture.
Internship and Work Experience Programs with Logitrain
Logitrain offer Internship and Work Experience Programs in multiple cities within Australia including Melbourne in the following areas:
- Business Analysis
- Project Management
- Software Testing
- Cloud Computing
- Business Administration
As part of BA Guarantee 1 program, both training and a month of internship are included. In the internship program, tasks are to be completed on a daily basis & weekly basis. It is tailored to suit the individuals based on their availability.
It gives an opportunity to learn BA specific practices and as well to get updated about latest BA specific concepts.
The internship program is divided into four main categories with a dedicated mentor:
Technical Writing: This helped me in gaining knowledge about many things and also improved my writing skills. Technical writing is a basic skill for every Business Analyst.
BA Case Studies: This part is dealt with understanding the BA scenarios that is given and analyzing them and writing about them
ITIL Foundation case studies: This part is dealt with understanding the ITIL scenarios that is given and analyzing them and writing about them.
Behavioral skills: Preparing for the behavioral questions can help prepare in answering them in a better way. It is just that preparing beforehand so that it helps the candidates to speak & answer relevant to the position they are applying for.
The above areas form the core for any business analyst role and hence internship will equip the individual with the necessary skillset.
What is the Importance of doing an Internship?
If you are a fresh graduate or recent migrant in Australia, it will be difficult to convince employers to employ you as you might not be having any local experience.
It demonstrates to prospective employers that you have already sharpened your communication skills, well-adjusted to the Australian workplace culture, and have developed the essential soft skills and the related job skills necessary in the workplace.
Hence, Internships will increase your employability, boost your confidence and is a massive step towards reaching your career goals.
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