BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE ANALYST COURSE
What is Business Intelligence?
“Business intelligence (BI) comprises the strategies and technologies used by enterprises for the data analysis and management of business information.” (Wikipedia)
What do Business Intelligence Analysts do?
BI Analysts focus on translating raw data into meaningful dashboards and reports with extensive use of SQL Databases and other BI tools, such as Power BI and Tableau.
With our course you can become a Business Intelligence Analyst in just four months.
Who should pursue a career in Business Intelligence?
Individuals who have strong analytical skills
You are likely to approach problems logically and you probably had good math grades in school.
Before considering this career path, please check job requirements. You would most likely need to have your college degree completed or in the final semesters. To enter this field most majors are acceptable, as long as you demonstrate strong analytical skills.
People who are looking to advance their corporate career
This course is also very helpful for people with corporate experience who are interested to learn technical skills in analytics.
Having motivation is the key to changing or starting a career.
Why pursue a career in Business Intelligence?
Growing demand on Business Intelligence jobs
In order to successfully compete in the market that constantly generates a huge amount of information, major companies adopted data-driven decision management which requires investments into their analytics departments. According to careeronestop.org, sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor, the number of jobs will increase by 31% by 2031. This is significantly higher than 7.7%, the average across all occupations according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Various educational backgrounds are welcome
Of course, having a relevant education is always a plus, but because of the high demand many companies are willing to hire individuals who can demonstrate business intelligence with data analysis skills.
No heavy duty programming skills required to start a career in BI analytics
Starting BI career with learning SQL Databases that have relatively simple syntax may be even easier than starting with learning an object oriented programming language.
Advancing your career by combining your experience with BI and Analytics
Adding Business Intelligence skills to your toolbox can greatly increase your career prospects as well as your market value as a specialist.
Opportunity to switch careers across industries
Business Intelligence Analysts work in different industries such as finance, healthcare, telecommunications, etc. Of course, knowledge of a particular industry is an advantage; however, professionals with BI and analytics experience can switch to relevant positions not only within one industry, but they can also utilize their skills in other fields as well.
Business Intelligence jobs are well-paid
According to ziprecruiter.com, the majority of Jr. Business Intelligence (Data) Analyst salaries range between $71,062 (25th percentile) to $85,821 (75th percentile) with an average $82,444 in New York. The salary is increased “based on skill level, location and years of experience”.
BI Analysts can work in a hybrid mode providing more flexibility
Many tech jobs can be performed remotely, here a considerable number of BI (Data) Analyst jobs are hybrid or fully remote, which offers flexibility and saves time otherwise spent in transit.
Why take our BI course?
This is a package course – an all inclusive to start a Business Intelligence career
Our BI course package includes all the elements you need to start your career in BI and data analytics - SQL Databases, Business Intelligence with SQL, Power BI, Tableau, advanced Excel - giving you the confidence to demonstrate your value to your future employer during the hiring process.
We teach SQL Databases software
This course makes an emphasis on learning SQL Databases used across industries. It is critical for analysts to demonstrate SQL skills as well as this helps to expand their career opportunities in the IT field.
The course helps candidates to leverage SQL services
We help students to dive deeper into SQL such as Integration, Analytical, Reporting services (SSIS, SSAS, SSRS) which gives students advanced databases skills and exceptional data analysis toolkit. This allows candidates to specialize in the Business Intelligence field and stand out in the job market.
We teach two most popular Data Visualization tools - Tableau & Power BI
These tools allow building sophisticated interactive data dashboards without heavy programming skills, which is easy to learn and use. An ability to utilize this unique functionality of these powerful tools provides the candidates great advantage in the job market.
Affordable real-time instructor-led course
Our instructor-led Business Intelligence course is reasonably priced in comparison to the similar courses in the market, which gives an opportunity to many people. Our instructors will guide you through the learning process and give you confidence in your career transition journey.
Instructors are highly experienced professionals working in New York
Our Business Intelligence course is being taught by four highly experienced instructors working full-time in the industry mainly in the New York metropolitan area, giving students an opportunity to get hands-on training at a very center of global businesses. This allows students to build expertise relevant to their future employment environment in the global companies.
We have been conducting Business Intelligence and data processing courses since 2008
We have been conducting this training for more than 15 years, our long-lasting experience in Business Intelligence and data analytics training ensures our students' success, helping hundreds of people to launch their careers in a variety of industries, including IT, financial, telecommunication, pharmaceutical, IT healthcare and others.
Approved by the New York State Education Department
Our school is licensed and the Business Intelligence Analyst training is approved by the New York State Education Department, which ensures the protocols to protect the rights of our clients, giving them a peace of mind and reducing financial risks.
Only four months to learn the Business Intelligence profession
Our course curriculum is designed to teach only important Business Intelligence Analyst work topics without unnecessary “detours” which allow students to be ready to start their career in only about four weeks. This time-frame sets a realistic and achievable employment plan without spending additional years in college.
Weekday evening and weekend sessions
The course schedule includes only weekday evenings and weekends, which allows one to work full-time and attend the training without quitting the current job and losing income. This flexible schedule takes the pressure off – you can learn a new profession and still attend to other life commitments.
Business Intelligence Course Structure
To provide effective and up-to-date training we do three things: we analyze the current market requirements, we consult with our pool of subject matter experts, and we rely on feedback from our students.
Learning BI and Analytics includes two main components: concepts and implementation.
Learning concepts provides understanding of what and why we are doing for the analysis
The implementation part gives practical skills on how to perform the analysis using software tools
Combined together these two elements allow us to tell a meaningful and engaging story, create insightful reports for management, or answer crucial questions to help in designing effective strategy.
Some people may feel that their knowledge of statistics is a bit rusty, so by teaching this module, we ensure that everyone has the same level of familiarity with the subject.
In this module, we go over the most popular fundamental techniques such as formulas, pivot tables, different types of visualizations, and data analysis tools.
Tableau is one of the most popular data visualization tools in the market allowing flexibility in building dashboards, calculations, and advanced data visualization techniques.
Similar to Tableau, Power BI provides many features to create reports and dashboards, to effectively extract and transform intelligence from data, as well as advanced data analytics.
This module teaches how to work with relational databases, more specifically how to extract and manipulate data using queries and statements.
SQL Server BI
After learning SQL, this module introduces students to advanced BI capabilities of SQL services: integration, analysis, and reporting (SSIS, SSRS, SSAS).
We will practice all learned skills in the capstone project.
Duration: 16 weeks
The number of weeks depends on holidays and the schedule.
Start: October 2023
Please contact us for start dates. All start dates will be confirmed in advance.
Eastern Standard Time
The schedule is subject to change.
Training Type: Remote
This is a remote instructor-led training.
Payment plan: We offer three installments payment plan. First payment of $1,000 (registration), second payment of $1,000 (30 days after the start), $550 (60 days after the start). We have flexible refund policy. Please call for details.
Post-Training Career Coaching: Let's get you hired
Our career coach can help you get through the job search process to land your first job. This includes one-on-one sessions on resume preparation, LinkedIn profiles, interview preparation, and interview analysis. There are group projects conducted during practice sessions that can be included in resumes. There are also free sessions discussing best practices and careers in IT. We see great success and quicker results for students who work with our career coach.
One-on-one career coaching services are optional and are not included in the course price. Please call for details.