Get yourself trained on Business and Data with this Online Training Business and Data Analysis with SQL.
Online Training Business and Data Analysis with SQL
Have you thought about working with big data but don’t know where to start? In this course, you will learn the skills of what it takes to become a data and business analyst. What we will cover:1) Database and datawarehouse design2) How to write queries in SQL (Structured Query Language)3) How to build interactive dashboards and reports4) Tips and techniques on how to run your own big data project from start to finishMy name is Geoffrey Devitt and I have been working with Big Data and Databases for the past 20+ years. In this course, I will share with you an overview of the skills I have learnt over the years of working on numerous data driven projects. As a data and business analyst, I have had the privilege of working in many different industry sectors, including financial banking, online gaming, eCommerce retail, insurance and telecoms.With the knowledge you will gain from this tailored course, you will be able to fit into any industry and be in a position to start adding value to your team from day one.
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