Although data is the lifeblood of the digital economy, many companies are blind to the value of the data they create. It’s time for that to change.
From a deep dive into the latest techniques to an opportunity to get hands-on with real world data projects, the course equips you with the skills you need to succeed in a data-agile economy.
Developed in partnership with Bright Cape, a leading Dutch data analytics provider, our bootcamp includes both the theoretical and the practical. It starts by laying a foundation in data science, including covering such topics as:
- Using the Team Data Science Project (TDSP) methodology
- Data cleaning and visualization
- Process mining
- Linear regression
- Machine learning
Next, we take this theory and immediately start applying it directly to your organisation’s data. Through a mix of one-on-one training, hands-on activities, and group learning, you will set up and execute your own data science project (decision-makers have the option to only attend this part of the course). You will also learn how to use predictive analytic-solutions and intelligent applications to solve real problems.
With the knowledge and experience gained during this bootcamp, you will be well-positioned to redefine your organisation’s approach to problem solving. You will also have the confidence to ask the right questions, identify the most pressing problems, and implement data-based solutions.
All our courses are taught by some of the leading minds in academia, research, business, and industry. Our diverse faculty come from a range of backgrounds, and each brings a unique perspective to your learning experience.
All participants receive an EIT Digital - Bright Cape joint digital certificate of completion.
All our Professional School courses can be fully customised to meet the unique needs of your organisation. We can even run the courses right at your premises.
EIT Digital also offers a number of non-cumulative discounts:
- EIT Digital Partners: -25%
- Multiple registrations from same company: -10% for the 2nd, -15% as of 3rd participant