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Becoming a 'Consultant'

 
#1 Becoming a 'Consultant'
28/10/2002 00:00

gary

Hi All,

I am 35 years old originally an Engineer by practice/qualification. In recent years I have gained a BA Hons 2:1 in Business and I am currently studng for my MSc in Management. During my past/present roles I have experience of a number of key consultancy issues; change management, TQM, etc. I am considering a career shift and would like to move in management consultancy. Any advice, good or bad would be appreciated. Many Thanks.

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#2 Re: Becoming a 'Consultant'
31/10/2002 00:00

Anola Savjani

I am currently studying for a Masters in Business Computing and working full time.

I work for an airline for the European division dealing with flight statistics and resource planning for the Heathrow base.

Previous to this, I was a Manager for a Building Society.

Are there any opportunities as a trainee consultant in Resource Palnning for an organisatio?

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