Back on your Feet
Dashboard Specialist Programme
Are you new to data visualization and building dashboards? Have you been wanting to learn more on data preparation? Join She Loves Data, Singapore Management University and TIBCO to earn your Dashboard Foundations Badge in a series of training modules geared to help you stay professionally competitive in today’s tough job market.
As usual with our courses, they are free! However, this new program offers you the opportunity to apply for the paid Dashboard Foundations Badge to add to your CV and Profile.
The creation of Dashboards is used to communicate and visualise data. Therefore, business insights have become an important part in almost every industry sector. Whether they are produced for sales, marketing, finance or executive teams, they allow even non-technical users to participate and understand the analytics process by compiling data and visualizing trends and occurrences. This program will provide you with the right techniques to successfully design, develop and deploy dashboards, enhancing your core competencies to ensure your skills are as relevant to today’s market as they could be.
Here is how our program is structured what you can expect to learn over the course of the 4 sessions
Module 1: Marking and Filtering concepts
Module 2: Foundations of charts and basic visualizations
Dashboard exploration as an end user.
In this session you will explore dashboards from the viewpoint of your audience, the end user. Presentation is everything!
Asking the right questions by understanding what data is important to answer the analytical business requirements. Foundations of charts and basic visualizations.
This session will help you understand that sometimes it is necessary to translate business questions into concrete analytical questions and how to choose the charts to help you visualize data.
Module 3: Data Cleaning, Advance Visualisation and Data Connection
Module 4: Dashboard for End-User
Basic in Data cleaning, advanced visualizations, and connecting to multiple data sources
Data usually have some issues… learn how to tidy them in order to be able to use them.
Designing the dashboard for end-user consumption.
What will be the best design for my dashboard? Is the information displayed correctly? Do the right people have access to it?