Did you know that there is a predicted increase of 28% for data scientists and advanced analyst roles, making them the fastest-growing roles in the sector? Complete this Data Analyst apprenticeship and become an analytical problem-solver, who is able to use correct approaches and tools and play a key part in providing insights for the company.
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➪ On this Data Analyst apprenticeship, you’ll learn how to…
Collect data to/from a range of systems.
Follow data and security standards, policies and procedures to activities.
Carry out database queries across tables to extract data for analysis
Use a range of techniques to identify and predict trends and patterns in data.
Help with data quality checking and cleansing.
Summarise, present and make recommendations from the results of data analysis.
➪ Professional qualifications you’ll gain
Dell EMC Data Science Associate Certificate
BCS Diploma in Data Analysis Concepts
Data Analyst Level 4 Apprenticeship
➪ Pre-entry requirements
Must already have English and Maths GCSEs at Grade C (4) or above and preferably a total of five GCSEs.
Must have lived in the UK or EU for the past three years
➪ How to be a standout candidate when applying
Have proven strong mathematical abilities and some experience of working with spreadsheets and/or database knowledge
As a Data Analyst apprentice you will be involved in the day-to-day collection and analysis of data. You will have a good eye for detail and be able to recognise patterns within data sets. This will ultimately allow you to give feedback and make recommendations based on the results of the data.
What careers / future jobs roles can I expect?
Data analysts can work in large companies such as ‘big four’ consultancies or financial services firms, or consumer retail firms, small and medium-sized businesses such as marketing agencies, or the public sector. What you can be certain of, is that the majority of businesses will need a data analyst on their team with opportunities to further your career in data and business analysis.
Job roles include:
What technical skills will I learn?
the range of data protection and legal issues
the data life cycle
the different types of data, including open and public data, administrative data, and research data
the differences between structured and unstructured data
the fundamentals of data structures, database system design, implementation and maintenance
the importance of the domain context for data analytics
the quality issues that can arise with data and how to avoid and/or resolve these
the importance of clearly defining customer requirements for data analysis
the processes and tools used for data integration
the steps involved in carrying out routine data analysis tasks
how to use and apply industry standard tools and methods for data analysis
How will a Data Analyst apprenticeship make me more employable?
Data analysis is a very sought after skills in the UK. As technology evolves and it becomes increasingly important that we compile, manage and analyze our data, the need for analysts becomes integral for business success. Data analysis transforms the mere facts and figures of data into meaningful observations. Data analysts organise, interpret, structure and present the data into useful information that provides context. This context can then be used by decision-makers to take action with the aim of enhancing productivity and business gain.