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Analytics – The Future

The Institute of Analytics (IoA) is the Professional Body for Analytics and Data Science professionals in UK and International. IoA is a not-for-profit organisation that exists to promote greater awareness, understanding and innovation in Analytics. IoA is fully supported in its mission by leading organisations in the sector. The Institute of Analytics provides members with the opportunity to network with other professionals in the industry, to learn about career development opportunities, to share knowledge and expertise, to access Continuous Professional Development programmes and to carry the official designation of membership.

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Students

Prepare for the future with our Accredited Qualifications and resources. We provide pathways to a professional career in analytics & data science.

Members

Attain our Membership to be future-ready. We enable communication and collaboration among analytics professionals globally.

Employers

Prepare for the future with our qualifications & resources. We ensure our students, affiliates, and members can drive businesses forward.

Learning Partner

Partner with us in learning to build the future. We accredit universities, colleges, higher education partners, private training providers.

Membership Benefits

The Institute of Analytics provides a broad range of benefits and services for members.

Success

Mentoring scheme to help you achieve your career goals.

Recognition

Credentials that improve employer and client confidence.

Knowledge

Professional development through wide resources and CPDs.

Network

Meet 15,000+ analytics professionals worldwide at our events.

IoA Qualifications

Diploma in Business Analytics

This program is designed to meet a growing need for graduates with a sound education in business and the specialist skills to help organisations understand their customers, forecast future demand and use big data to make effective decisions. You’ll learn to use industry-standard analytics software and develop the mathematical skills required to gain insights from a range of data sources, including the internet and social media data.

IoA - Official Analytics Partner of WCOA2018

IoA – Institute of Analytics , The Global Body for Analytics has been confirmed as the Official Analytics Partner of the World Congress of Accountants 2018, the world’s largest gathering of accountants and finance professionals. The event, created by the International Federation of Accountants (IFAC), will take place from 5 – 8 November 2018 at the International Convention Centre (ICC) in Sydney, Australia.

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Proposing a specialised funded programme for selected 1000 Engineering Graduates from the Government Colleges, a fully funded data literacy programme for the Schools and 100 Funded IoA membership to the Government Employees working in the Department of IT in India, Dr. Clare Walsh FIoA - Head of Education & Rosie Sweeney -Head of Memberships from IoA and Mr. Tom Joseph, Executive Director - Strategy & Development, ISDC, met with Dr. Ashwath Narayan, Minister for Higher Education, IT, BT, Skill Development and Livelihood, Government of Karnataka, at the side-lines of the Commonwealth Education Conference 2022, UK.

#IoA #InstituteofAnalytics #ISDC #CommonwealthEducationConference2022 #GovernmentofKarnataka
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IoA - Institute of Analytics1 day ago
Data analytics for small charities

The first thing to think about is data. You can only get insights from data that you have (or can easily get access to.) This fact necessarily informs what sorts of insights you might be able to extract from it.

For example, if you have data in your CRM system about donors, then you can probably use that to extract insights about fundraising campaigns.

On the other hand, if you want to gain insights in to a particular service you offer constituents, then data about donors probably won’t be helpful. It sounds obvious, but it’s important to think about it.

Read more: https://charitydigital.org.uk/topics/topics/data-analytics-for-small-charities-10085

#InstituteofAnalytics #IoA #BusinessIntelligence #DataScience

Upcoming webinar

Datacamp - Learning Tracks

All IoA members can use the installation-free Data Camp environments to build, practice and test your skills in Data Camp. We have two custom built tracks to allow you to ensure your training is on course to fulfil your career goals. We’ve recommended two tracks of knowledge and analytics study aligned to all of the 7 first years in the Data Competency Framework.

Which Track is for me?

Business analyst with R: This track will take you through spreadsheet skills and BI tools in the early years, and build up your coding skills to use R environments in the later years with more challenging data projects.

Python analyst: This track goes straight into Python coding and will take you all the way to working with unstructured data and deep learning techniques.
Look for the track name and year when you search for a course.
With our custom tracks, we’ve selected the skills that we know employers are looking for but remember that you can also take any of the 300 courses and assessments and projects any time you want and add that to your CPD records, too. You can find a post discussing the aims and structure of the tracks here.

Datacamp - Learning Tracks

All IoA members can use the installation-free Data Camp environments to build, practice and test your skills in Data Camp. We have two custom built tracks to allow you to ensure your training is on course to fulfil your career goals. We’ve recommended two tracks of knowledge and analytics study aligned to all of the 7 first years in the Data Competency Framework.

Which Track is for me?

Business analyst with R: This track will take you through spreadsheet skills and BI tools in the early years, and build up your coding skills to use R environments in the later years with more challenging data projects.

Python analyst: This track goes straight into Python coding and will take you all the way to working with unstructured data and deep learning techniques.

Look for the track name and year when you search for a course.

With our custom tracks, we’ve selected the skills that we know employers are looking for but remember that you can also take any of the 300 courses and assessments and projects any time you want and add that to your CPD records, too. You can find a post discussing the aims and structure of the tracks here


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