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This is a two-part series occurring on February 9th and March 1st. Participants who attend both days of this program and fulfill all requirements are eligible to earn a marketable skills microcredential.

Enrollment Deadline: Monday, February 5th

Today and every day in the future, organizations you will work for will collect vast amounts of data - and your challenge will be to make sense of it. Excel spreadsheets have their place, but they're static, limited in their ability to visualize data, and time-consuming to build and use. In this training, you will be equipped with the skills to move beyond the confines of stagnant data and transform it into a living, breathing dashboard. 

After this training, you will be able to confidently use Power BI to: 

  • Transform data: Format data to extract actionable insights. 
  • Create data models: Present your data intuitively and in a visually engaging way, making it easier for your audience to understand complex information. 
  • Visualize data: Tell the story of your data in quick, responsive analytics.  
  • Share assets: The power of automation ensures that your data reaches the right people at the right time. 

In a data-driven world, your ability to extract meaningful insights and make informed decisions is a game-changer. Power BI empowers you with the skills you need to drive decision-making processes, giving you a competitive edge in the job market. 

 

Competency Alignment:

  • Critical Thinking
  • Technology

 

About Professional Edge:  

Professional Edge is an industry-informed collection of short courses designed to help students develop cutting-edge skills essential in the modern job market. 

Build targeted, practical skills in an interactive and engaging format and distinguish yourself in a field of other job applicants. As a participant, you'll receive guidance from instructors informed by the latest business trends and leave with tangible tools and stories you can leverage in your career search. 

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