Full course description
Create stunning visualisations using cutting edge technology. Astound the executive team and customers with your ability to take complex data from databases and spreadsheets and highlight meaningful business insights. You will use your new programming skills to extract and interpret data. Develop a deep understanding of the software tools that are available to visualise data for managerial decision making. This module will culminate in you using leading visualisation and intelligence tools to create your own portfolio.
You will consolidate your knowledge by working on a portfolio-building project using programming, databases and spreadsheet data to create a compelling visualisation dashboard to guide business intelligence. Projects will be predetermined or supplied by your industry requirements.You will cover databases, spreadsheets and programming before being introduced to leading visualisation tools. The module provides a superb capstone drawing on the skills you have developed in the digital series.
No prior experience is required, although it would be beneficial to have:
- experience in programming and data intelligence or;
- prior undergraduate or equivalent credit gained for recognised learning.
What you will gain from this credential
Successful completion of this credential earns a digital badge that is instantly shareable to your social networks (including Linkedin) which showcases your skill mastery in cloud architecture and cyber-security.
This credential provides intermediate knowledge and skills in a discipline, and usually requires some prior learning or experience.
You will also earn 25 credit points, which can contribute towards a Graduate Certificate of Professional Practice.
What should you bring to this credential?
Learning materials will be provided to you through the teaching of this credential and via Canvas, our learning management system. You must bring your own laptop to class.
Where will my learning experience be held?
All courses are delivered face to face and in an online virtual classroom. The face to face sessions will run twice per week over four weeks. They commence Tuesday 12 October 2021, in the Gallery Room from 5:30pm to 9pm.