In this course, you'll learn how to - plot and optimise graphs using good visualisation principles, interpret basic descriptive statistics, understand and plot frequency distributions, use and adapt pivot tables, understand variants and measures of central tendency and understand misleading statistics and how to avoid them.
The course will provide you with the core skills required to transform unprocessed data into insights that can enable decision making. With the mantra 'learn by doing', this course teaches the fundamentals of data analysis through interactive and practical content. You will walk away from the course with the ability to apply statistical analysis to real-world problems using Excel.
In this course, you'll learn how to - define projects, frameworks, methodologies and project lifecyle, understand and build stakeholder relationships, understand the key principles of change management, schedule projects from scope to critical path and understand the software development lifecycle and agile methodologies
This module will introduce you to the fundamental aspects of databases; what they are, their main components, how they function, and the ways databases ingest and send different types of data.
An understanding of the business processes that contribute to Enterprise Resource Planning is crucial before you aim to become an SAP Professional. This introductory course will explain the differences between ERP and SAP, and provide you with an overview of the business processes.
In this course you will learn the basics structures of Enterprise Resource Planning and how the SAP ERP Database manages information. You’ll learn how to enter basic data on the SAP ERP suite of applications – Source to Pay, Design to Operate, Lead to Cash, Human Experience Management (Hire to Retire) , Project Management, Enterprise Asset Management, and Analytics.
This course provides you with the foundational knowledge to commence a career using Enterprise Resource Planning Systems.