Following successful completion of the Python for Analytics programme, participants will be able to:
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
The programme is divided into two sections:
The first section features 5 modules on Python Programming and concludes with a Lab Week (The initial two weeks of learning will be warm-up coding practices before the actual programme starts). The second section comprises modules 7-10, centring on Data Analysis with Python.
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Xiong Peng is currently a Lecturer in the Department of Analytics & Operations, NUS Business School. Prior to joining NUS Business School, he was a research staff at Texas A&M University...More info
Eli Yi-Liang Tung is a Lecturer in the Department of Analytics and Operations at NUS Business School. As one of the core course instructors offering Python programming at NUS Business School...More info
In current global economies, data has become the foundation of solving business problems or making critical decisions. Data analytics empowered by Python programming skills will provide you, as a professional, as well as the organisation you work for, a competitive edge in the market.
The Python for Analytics programme serves as a powerful tool for your professional development. Designed to provide you with a straightforward introduction to coding with Python, the programme will also teach you how to apply Python functions and packages to evaluate data and extract essential insights.
Python has become the most popular programming language in the data science world, and is used by global companies.* Python has also proven to be beneficial to financial advisors, data journalists, digital marketers, and product managers responsible for researching market opportunities.
(*Source – IEEE Spectrum)
Professionals who want a hands-on understanding of Python and Analytics may benefit from the programme, including.
When you make the decision to further your professional development, you are not only making a commitment to your own career advancement, but to the success of your organisation. And because you’ll be enhancing the skills and knowledge you will use to impact the way you do business, asking your employer to help fund your continuing education is a smart move.
Receiving financial assistance from an employer is more common than you may think, but it can feel rather intimidating. To help, here are some simple steps you can follow to make the request:
Do Your Research
Prior to asking for financial assistance, you need to make sure you can justify your programme of choice and how it will enhance your work performance.
Showcase Tangible Benefits
Get specific—discuss with your employer how your newly gained expertise will directly improve a process, service, strategy or any other aspect of your organisation that needs improving.
Start the Conversation
Don’t wait for your employer to broach the subject and present you with potential professional development opportunities. Once you’ve finished your research, send your employer an email to set up a meeting to discuss the programme you have in mind.
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