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Data Analysis Programs

Hone Data Skills for Strategic Decision-Making

Data analysts process, cleanse, transform, and model data to discover useful information to reach conclusions and inform decisions using various techniques and methods to interpret patterns, trends, and relationships within data.
Data analysis is more than just crunching numbers—it's about extracting meaningful insights from data to drive informed decision-making and solve complex problems. As organizations continue to harness the power of data to gain a competitive edge, skilled data analysts are in high demand across various sectors, including finance, hospitality, healthcare, marketing, technology, and many more.
Whether you're passionate about uncovering patterns in data, curious about predictive analytics, or eager to contribute to evidence-based decision-making, a career in data analysis can be both rewarding and intellectually stimulating.

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    Growing and In-Demand Careers

    • Data Analyst
    • Data Scientist
    • Business Analyst
    • Data Engineer
    • Business Intelligence Analyst
    • Market Research Analyst
    • Financial Analyst
  • Junior Data Analyst

    Data Analysis and Business Analysis training begin with the same step: learning how to work with and analyze large amounts of data. While a Data Analyst will work very closely with large data sets, a Business Analyst will use that data to make business decisions.

    Our Data Analyst courses include learning to use Microsoft Excel and Access to manage and analyze large data sets, while our Business Analysis courses will have students learn to use Transact SQL to query and filter data, and Crystal Reports to format the data into easily digestible snippets.

    Command a broad selection of tools to understand how to analyze, filter, query, sort, and transform data in our Data Analyst programs.
  • Data Analyst Entry Level Certificate

    Industry analysis by sites like O*Net.org has consistently projected massive growth in data analyst jobs over the next decade. The increase in demand will also lead to greater competition for those new job positions.

    Students in this program will master the Microsoft Excel interface for data mining, as well as Analysis Services, Power Pivot, and Pivot Tables to analyze data. Microsoft Access will be used to build databases, create tables, and design reports for data analysis. Learn how to write advanced queries, share data, and build reports to organize information critical to making sound business decisions.

    Critical Data Analyst skills like creating use cases, validating requirements, identifying processes, performing root cause analysis, and gathering data for investigating incidents all rely on the knowledge, expertise, and education built in the Data Analyst Entry Level course.

  • Data Analyst MCSA Certificate

    Build upon your database foundations and develop SQL querying, data models, and data warehousing. Grow into a career helping organizations around the world gain better insight into their data to leverage information to make more informed decisions.

    Earning an MCSA: SQL 2016 Business Intelligence Development certification validates your extract, transform, and load (ETL) and data warehouse skills, along with those for implementing BI solutions using multidimensional and tabular data models and online analytical processing (OLAP) cubes. This certification will qualify you for a position as a BI developer.

  • SQL Database Administrator with Business Intelligence

    This training and certification program is designed as an entry-level intro to the Microsoft SQL environment. Students will begin with Access and Crystal Reports training and then take T-SQL coding and XML syntax.

    Students will earn a Database Administration Certification and a Business Intelligence Certification. Business Intelligence uses Analysis, Integration, Data Warehousing, and Reporting Services to produce knowledge and company planning.
  • Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert: Business Intelligence

    This certification demonstrates that you can design analysis solutions, data transformations, and reports. Business intelligence developers design and implement multi-dimensional database models (logical and physical), data marts, data warehousing, data transforms, data analytics, and reporting solutions.

    Prove that you have the skills and techniques needed to design, build, and deploy solutions that deliver more data to more people across the organization. Earning an MCSE: Business Intelligence certification will qualify you for a position as a BI and reporting engineer.

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Programs differ by location. Contact us to learn about programs in your area.

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Data Analyst Career Training Programs at Career Development Solutions

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Data Analysis Entry Level

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