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Data Analyst Apprenticeship
What will I do on this course?
This apprenticeship will cover various aspects of data analytics in the workplace, ranging from data collection and legal issues to the importance of analytics and carrying out routine data analysis tasks.
You will learn to identify, collect and migrate data to and from a range of internal systems, manipulate data sets, perform database queries, learn the importance of clearly defining data requirements, assist with data quality checking and cleansing, summarise and present results of data analysis to a range of stakeholders, work with the organisation’s data architecture.
How will I be assessed?
Along with workplace observation, you will also undergo an independent end assessment. This will test your skills, knowledge and behaviour in this role, and consist of a summative portfolio, synoptic project, employer reference and interview.
What could I do after this course?
As well as achieving the EMC Data Science Associate qualification, this apprenticeship provides the foundation for a number of career paths in the data analysis and informatics sector.
Individual employers will set the selection criteria, but this might include five GCSEs and/or A Levels/ BTEC. You will need to demonstrate a good level of knowledge of Excel, programming and database management, along with experience in the sector.
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