Who is this for?
- Business and digital professionals who want a clearer understanding of the relationship between data and decision-making within an organisation
- Candidates looking to move into analytical or research roles
- People who want to manage data more effectively in their role
There are no pre-requisites for entry to the exam.
What will I learn?
This award sits within the Data area of the AI Foundation Pathway and can support smarter decision-making at every level across your organisation.
You’ll learn about:
- data driven decision-making
- data storing and analysis tools
- data presentation tools and techniques
- human and machine learning together
How can I prepare for this award?
You can achieve this qualification through virtual or classroom training with a BCS-accredited training provider. As a guide, the estimated total qualification time for this award is 30 hours based around 8 hours of contact time, 21 hours of independent learning and a 30-minute summative assessment. Prices of exams start from £90 + VAT per award - though prices may vary depending on training provider.
How do I take the exam?
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This qualification is not regulated by the following United Kingdom Regulators - Ofqual, Qualifications Wales, CCEA Regulation or SQA.