Improve Your Data Analytics Skills
Give your team the advantage of in-house training which brings some of our top courses on data analytics to your doorstep. A whole group of colleagues being trained together at the same time has a positive, synergetic effect and provides opportunities for in-depth discussions on the specifics of your own application areas.
Any of the courses listed on our courses page can be provided in-house at your location. Click on the course title for a detailed description. Complete the form on this page to get more information and a cost estimate for organizing in-house training at your location. One of our experts will get back to you quickly.
These courses are two or three days long and no prior training in statistics. They are suitable for beginners. Most of our courses right now are offered virtually. See upcoming schedule
Design of Experiments
- Design of Experiments
- Quality by Design and Design Space
Multivariate Data Analysis
- Multivariate Data Analytics
- Batch Modeling using MVDA
- SIMCA-online administrator course
We offer tailored Design of Experiments and Multivariate Data Analysis courses. Contact us to find out more.
Consider this testimonial from Tshwane University of Technology, Pretoria, South Africa, whose team experienced our Multivariate Data Analysis training course.
"Modern analytical techniques now allow researchers to generate huge datasets which are impossible to interpret without processing tools such as multivariate data analysis software."
Staff and Students Sharpen Data Analysis Skills
Researchers and postgraduate students from the Departments of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Environmental, Water & Earth Sciences and Chemistry completed an intense training course in multivariate data analysis. The course was presented by Dr Claire Gavaghan, application specialist from the Swedish-based company, Umetrics (now Sartorius-Stedim Data Analytics).
The purpose of the course was to equip researchers with the skills to explore their data and to extract as much information as possible from complex datasets. During the course, students had an opportunity to work on their very own datasets.
“The field of multivariate data analysis is an exciting area which allows researchers to investigate trends and patterns in data. The skills acquired in the past week will allow students and staff to publish their work in the very best journals using the most advanced methods in data processing. Researchers have gained experience to discuss and present their results with greater conviction and to optimize their research design and data analysis workflow,” says Prof Alvaro.
The participants greatly acknowledge the Directorate for Research and Innovation which provided funding to arrange the workshop.
(Published by Corporate Affairs and Marketing on TUT intranet March 2010 | Tshwane University of Technology, Pretoria, South Africa)