Data Visualisation – How to Present Data
D2N2 Digital Skills Academy is a free, innovative programme set up exclusively to help autistic individuals and women, particularly those who are returning to work after a period of absence, those out of work, and those looking for another role or to progress within their own organisation.
Data is a useful tool to inform great business decisions. But how do you present figures and statistics in interesting and accessible ways to team members or senior management with less knowledge than you?
This four-day training course will provide a comprehensive overview of how you can record and present data in ways that will help inform great business decisions. The course is about presenting large amounts of information in ways that are universally understandable and how to spot patterns, trends and correlations that then translate into recommendations. The formats covered in the course include charts, graphs, infographics and other pictorial diagrams.
The course also covers use of the tools and software necessary to communicate information in these ways, for clients or your own company. This course is great for anyone who has to analyse, digest and present large amounts of data as part of their role.
Day 1: Introducing Power BI
Day 2: Power BI Desktop Visualisation
Day 3: Working with Power BI Service
Day 4: Working with Excel
About the scheme
The D2N2 Digital Skills Academy supports both autistic individuals and women that want to get back into work or progress into digital roles. The programme aims to help them gain the digital skills they need to find a job they’ll thrive in.
The key delivery partners include Autism East Midlands, D2N2 LEP, East Midlands Chamber (Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire, Leicestershire), Nottingham City Council, the University of Derby, Nottingham Trent University, the University of Nottingham.
What support is available?
Not only will delegates learn new digital skills, they’ll also receive support from a graduate digital buddy, who’ll help build their confidence and offer one-to-one guidance in a safe environment.
Work experience opportunities may also be a possibility for delegates once they’ve completed their course, further enhancing their employability prospects.
Each course requires every participant to have a minimum level of digital skills and experience to ensure that the training course is right for them. Desired skills include a competency and thorough understanding of computer systems, and applications, be familiar with file management, word processing systems, and have excellent written and verbal skills.
If you’re ready to unleash your potential and eager to become a digital champion, get in touch with the D2N2 Digital Skills Academy by calling 0333 320 0333 ext. 2153 (during office hours only).
They will then discuss your eligibility and give you more information about the programme, and the support available to you. Delegates will also be required to complete an initial assessment and an enrolment form.