Today, data literacy is as important as reading and writing, but we're facing a major skills gap. That's why we’re on a mission to help people and organizations understand, analyze and use data with confidence. Let’s make this happen, together.
Regardless of your role, skill level or the BI tools you use, this program has something to offer — from data skill building to fostering a culture of data literacy in your organization.
Make confident data-driven decisions
Improve your decision-making skills by learning to ask the right questions from your data, interpret your findings, and take informed action.
Gain an edge in the era of data
Data literacy is a critical skill to develop a more effective workforce while also helping students become more attractive job candidates.
Explore our learning options
Choose from a full range of educational options to improve your data literacy and even become certified. Our program isn’t focused on specific
analytics products — it's built around widely adopted data, analytics and statistical concepts you can use in any context. And most of our offerings are free.
“I was given the opportunity to attend the Foundation of Data Analytics training. For me, the biggest take-away was exposure and training my mind to read, work with, analyze and argue with data. Qlik – you’re on to something.”
Fiona Golden, Commercial Reporting Training Manager, CSL Behring
“Students need to learn what data is and how it can be used, but also to critique the hype behind it. This course has been incredibly useful for students in that sense. In terms of finding jobs, they know having data literacy skills will be crucial in putting them a step ahead of other graduates.”
Dr. Ela Klecun, Assistant Professor of Information Systems, Department of Management, London School of Economics
“I enjoyed learning about data analytics through the program. Data analytics is now a major part of business, and it’s a skill that can set you apart when applying for jobs. I look forward to being able to bring that skill with me to the workplace when I complete my degree.”