When does class start/end?
Classes begin promptly at 9:00 am, and typically end at 5:00 pm.
Data analysis and analytics are evolving disciplines. We constantly hear about big data, prediction, AI, and modeling techniques. However, advanced techniques rest on fundamentals which can be...Read More
Data analysis and analytics are evolving disciplines. We constantly hear about big data, prediction, AI, and modeling techniques.
However, advanced techniques rest on fundamentals which can be applied in many job roles. This class quickly equips you with that foundation. Whether you're charting your overall business intelligence strategy or performing analysis yourself, these basic tools and techniques rapidly inform effective decision-making. In this fast-paced introductory workshop, we'll examine the history of business intelligence, its relationship to data analysis, and why the two are needed to help businesses deliver a complete assembly of the 'data puzzle'. We'll also address hurdles teams face when dealing with data overload and suggests some possible solutions.
Amid an ongoing explosion of data, there's also a greater need to understand who is qualified to correctly analyze data. We will explore the qualifications of data analysts as well as the analytic tools available for those people to use associated with the position.
Please note: Exercises in this course are not compatible with Excel in a web browser. Please make sure you have a version of Excel locally downloaded on your computer or access to Excel via Microsoft 365.
This course has been submitted, reviewed, and approved by the International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA) to award CDUs for attendance.
In this Introduction to Data Analysis Course, you will:
Anyone involved in operations, project management, business analysis, or management who needs an introduction to data analysis, would benefit from this class.