Finally, Instructors That Help Your Team Get Real Business insight from Data
No more out-of-context statistics or never-used-again feature-focused training. We train real, practical skills in the context of your business, on your data.
This is for students who are new to Tableau or who have limited experience with the software. Students will learn the fundamentals of the tool and how to use all the basic functionality to visualize their data.
This class is designed for someone who has moderate experience with Tableau and is ready to take basic skills to an advanced level. This class will put more tools in your analytical toolbox, such as more complex calculations, more powerful interactivity, more complex chart types, and more ways to slice and dice your data to mine for critical insights.
This one-day hands-on course will teach you how to use Tableau Prep, Tableau’s data preparation, data cleansing, and ETL tool. In this course, you will learn how to get your data in the right format for optimal efficiency while in Tableau itself.
Solving Business Problems with Statistics training course teaches participants how to apply appropriate statistical procedures and models to answer business questions and, most importantly, effectively communicate impact to stakeholders.
This course is designed for students who are new to Power BI or who have limited experience with the software. This course is taught workshop-style — hands-on with valuable tools to take directly back to current projects.
This course is designed for new or intermediate Power BI users who have some experience with the software. Students will learn the fundamentals of the tool and how to apply basic functionality to build and share dashboards of data visualizations using their data.
The Power BI Pro training course builds on the Power BI Analyst class, teaching the advanced dashboard skills participants need in order to successfully build more sophisticated data visualizations.
Our Data Literacy course teaches participants how to effectively navigate data to ask the right questions and define the right metrics, with a focus on interpretation, context, and communication.