Course Content


What data is, data formats, data security and compliance with GDPR, statistics and probability, and the value of data in business. Data sources, data architecture, cleansing, preparing, and importing data into Excel. PowerQuery, filtering and sampling data. Excel functions, formulae, and normalising data. Creating charts, VBA and Pivot tables. Engaging the right people and communication mediums, how to structure insight, types of charts and graphs, and the biology of how humans process information. Business insight and insight tools like Power Bi or Tableau, data modelling, report design, sampling bias, data ethics, predictive models and hypothesis testing and p-values.


Sourcing, collecting and migrating data to/from a range of internal and external systems; manipulate and blend different data sets as required; audit data results; interpret and apply the organisations data and information security standards, policies and procedures to data management activities; apply basic statistical methods and algorithms, produce insight and present findings; produce technical documentation; review own development; and keep up to date with current trends and developments.


Manage own time to meet deadlines; Work independently; use initiative; adopt a thorough and organised approach; work with a range of internal and external customers; and value difference and be sensitive to the needs of others.

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  • Employers are also be eligible for a £1000 incentive payment if the apprentice is aged 16 – 18.
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