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This course is a collaboration between UTS and ITIC.
This short course will provide a foundational understanding of the key areas and tools that all business analysts need to help start the journey in their business analyst careers.
You will navigate the use of databases, as well as prepare to use data and data analytics tools to create business analysis reports showing key metrics and data.
This course comprises three modules. Each module will be run as a one-day, small-group virtual workshop, focusing on one specific tool in the data analyst toolkit.
Day 1 - SQL
Day 2 – Excel, macros and visual basics
Day 3 - Power BI
By successfully completing this course, participants will gain an understanding of data and how to utilise it in effective ways through SQL, Excel and Power BI, to create reports used by business to display key data and metrics.
Participants will specifically be able to:
To participate in this online course, you will need a personal computer with adequate internet access, web conferencing capability and an operating system with a web browser compatible with Canvas, Zoom and Microsoft Teams.
This course is suitable for:
Ava is an experienced data analyst, skilled in research, machine learning, data mining, recommender systems and computer vision. She has extensive experience in teaching subjects such as Python, database, machine learning, deep learning and data visualisation tools.
Ava is currently a PhD candidate, engaging in the research area of computer vision, with the objective of her research being to develop a new algorithm for identifying brain tumours in MRIs.
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