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appreciate Any suggetion a graduate to be IT consultant

 
#1 appreciate Any suggetion a graduate to be IT consultant
14/08/2006 20:55

lisa to deleted (#0)

Does anyone know of any graduate opportunities in IT consultant , and what should i do to prepare for it?

from this thread, i found there are a lot of areas in IT consultant, focusing on only one ?

(i just do some user interafce with java )

Any suggetion greatly appreciated, thanks very much!!

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#2 RE: appreciate Any suggetion a graduate to be IT consultant
14/08/2006 21:53

lisa to lisa (#1)

i will get my master in cs at the end of this year. my master project is (bluetooth sensor in instant message ) about user interface, focusing on hci,awarness. so i will do some interview with my users.

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#3 why no answer?
21/08/2006 16:04

lisa to lisa (#2)

is my question borning,or shouldn't i ask in this way?

really need help, friends!!

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#4 RE: why no answer?
21/08/2006 18:19

bri500 to lisa (#3)

Erm, have you tried the jobs part of the site??

The list of consultancies hiring at grad IT levels will be very long.

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#5 RE: bri500,thanks
24/08/2006 16:16

lisa to bri500 (#4)

thanks for your suggetion, what i mean, is as there are lot to prepare,

i don't know how to do to be good graduated student for the firm!

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#6 RE: appreciate Any suggetion a graduate to be IT consultant
24/08/2006 16:30

Village Idiot to lisa (#1)

I'll be blunt: I don't know whether you're not a native speaker of English, but your standard of English clearly isn't good enough to get a job with a consultancy in the UK or US.

And it sounds like you're a techie. User interface with Java does not a consultant make.

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#7 RE: appreciate Any suggetion a graduate to be IT consultant
02/09/2006 11:00

Celani to lisa (#1)

Try SAP R3. SAP is an ERP (Enterprise Resource Management) programme which comprises a number of modules (related to business functional arears) including some technical and or programming ones. The course (certification) is 25 days and i think its around £8000 in the UK. Its cheaper in South Africa, at about R50000, which is an equivalent of about £4500. After a bit of experience (e.g. 2 or more implementations) the pay becomes very good. The challenge however is getting in an entry level level job. 90% of the time they are looking for experienced candidates.An alternative is CISCO which has to do with networking. It pays well too if you are certified, but i dont know as much about it.

Good luck

Celani

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#8 RE: appreciate Any suggetion a graduate to be IT consultant
03/09/2006 16:40

lisa to Celani (#7)

to Village Idiot:

yeah, i am not a native speaker of english. i am a techie, but i want to do the consultant job.

thanks for your suggestion, at least i know i need to prepare my english.

to Celani :

Thanks for your suggestion of SAP R3 and CISCO. i will read more about them.

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#9 RE: appreciate Any suggetion a graduate to be IT consultant
04/09/2006 04:04

MP to Village Idiot (#6)

Village Idiot - Before you criticize someone's english, you should probably make sure YOU make sense. "User interface with Java does not a consultant make". What does that mean? I'm not sure because that's definitely NOT correct English. So before you criticize someone, I'd make sure you are able to make some kind of sense. Just a suggestion though.

Lisa - I agree. I'm an SAP Consultant and have found it to be very rewarding. Do a google search for SAP and visit some of the many many websites devoted to this practice. IT Toolbox, SearchSAP.com, and SAP Genie are some of the better ones.

-- Michael

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#10 RE: appreciate Any suggetion a graduate to be IT consultant
04/09/2006 08:23

Chris to MP (#9)

Dear MP or Michael?

""User interface with Java does not a consultant make". What does that mean?"Have you heard the saying it is sometimes better to chew than talk? He was obviously taking the piss....Er duh?

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#11 RE: appreciate Any suggetion a graduate to be IT consultant
04/09/2006 09:48

anon to MP (#9)

MP,

That certainly is correct English. Check the facts before you criticise. Otherwise you can look a bit silly.

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#12 RE: appreciate Any suggetion a graduate to be IT consultant
04/09/2006 10:38

Ben K to Chris (#10)

Village Idiot, I get the joke. Some others don't.

Chris/MP, <makes small hand gesture> "This is not the thread you are looking for.... we can go about our business"

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#13 RE: appreciate Any suggetion a graduate to be IT consultant
05/09/2006 04:12

MPrichard to anon (#11)

Err.... what kind of English do you speak then? And is it your first language? "Does not a Consultant make" isn't correct standard english where I'm from. Just fyi though.

-- MP

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#14 RE: appreciate Any suggetion a graduate to be IT consultant
05/09/2006 10:04

anon to MPrichard (#13)

Look, it's a pedantic point, but please believe me, it's grammatically correct. Archaic perhaps, but correct.

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#15 RE: appreciate Any suggetion a graduate to be IT consultant
05/09/2006 10:05

anon to anon (#14)

And yes, English is my first language. Yours...?

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#16 RE: appreciate Any suggetion a graduate to be IT consultant
05/09/2006 10:16

English grad to anon (#15)

MP I'm afraid you're wrong.

It's a literary reference (Stone walls do not a prison make...). A bit flowery perhaps, but perfectly acceptable.

However, constantly trying to decide between english and English in your posts smacks of uncertainty. It's English with a capital E. Just FYI though.

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#17 RE: appreciate Any suggetion a graduate to be IT consultant
05/09/2006 13:49

MPrichard to anon (#15)

Yes, it is mine as well. Graduated '03 in Business Communications but did not realize we were speaking flowery, Shakespear, or Archaic English. Maybe I should brush up on my caveman terminology.

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#18 RE: appreciate Any suggetion a graduate to be IT consultant
05/09/2006 14:47

londonkiddo to MPrichard (#17)

Another hugely valuable thread. Keep up the good work, boys and girls.

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#19 RE: appreciate Any suggetion a graduate to be IT consultant
05/09/2006 15:54

lisa to londonkiddo (#18)

to Michael: thanks for your advice, i am reading books about SAP now. i visited IT Toolbox website before, but i had no idea about it the :O(

to others: no matter right or wrong, english is my tool to serve for my future clients, so i will do it better. and i trust everybody here has a kind heart :O) Thanks!

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#20 RE: appreciate Any suggetion a graduate to be IT consultant
05/09/2006 16:16

A to lisa (#19)

Lisa, if u had never heard of sap before, then u have a lot of ground to cover (in general).........get focused and intensify ur efforts

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#21 RE: appreciate Any suggetion a graduate to be IT consultant
05/09/2006 19:31

lisa to A (#20)

to A : yeah, i had never heard of sap before. i just want to do something connect with it and clients.

i am reading the introduction of sap 3r now, haven't any idea of my focus yet. :O(

working hard!!! wahahaha~~~~~~~~~

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#22 RE: appreciate Any suggetion a graduate to be IT consultant
06/09/2006 05:20

Village Idiot to lisa (#2)

Sorry if I was unclear. From the description of your experience (user interfaces with Java, bluetooth sensor in instant message, user interface design, etc), it sounds like your background is deeply technical.

Most IT consultancies will be looking for a more rounded business understanding. Technical competence is good and worthwhile, but if it isn't matched by solid business understanding, you're unlikely to find a position in consulting. It's this business understanding that differentiates a consultant from a pure systems integrator.

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#23 RE: appreciate Any suggetion a graduate to be IT consultant
17/09/2006 20:18

lisa to Village Idiot (#22)

my background is technical, however, i want to be a it consultant. because my computers science major is human computer interaction. we do interivews with users. that 's why i want to be a consultant.

i have no bussiness experience actually. so ,i don't know if it is possible for me to find a position.

anyhow, i will try

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