"This course will help me in working on research projects."
"I feel more confident about my availability to learn new skills."
Courses run for 7 weeks
9th May - 24th June
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22nd August - 6th October
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16th January - 3rd March
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You will learn how to work with data as well as collaboration and communication skills using industry-favourite tools
You will learn specialist skills training on the 4 C's
You will learn creative problem solving and group organisation using Agile and Kanban methodologies
Inspired and passionate about learning and wellbeing, Bianca is a holistic creative, an educator, creative learning consultant, teacher trainer and learning resource developer, focusing on active learning approaches to Social & Emotional learning, STEAM education, project/place-based learning, learner-led experiences and professional development.
Bianca’s practice is inspired by and rooted in an African philosophy “Ubuntu” which recognises our interconnectedness and the need for connection, compassion and care. Her core values lie in education being the key to positive change, and a right for inclusion for all and is aligned to the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
Sian-Day Lewis is a skilled artist and experienced educator with teaching experience spanning eight years and a broad range of professional skills, from web development to graphic design. With international roles in the US and South Korea under her belt, Sian strives to imbue her teaching with the same creativity that informs her artistic practice. Her lessons utilise the latest tech to keep learners engaged:
“I love that there are new tools that I can implement in my teaching, especially in an industry that’s all about tech. Finding new resources is always fun.”Sian has extensive artistic experience and, during the pandemic, decided to pursue full-time work as an artist working in mixed-media collage.
I've been working as a Data Analysis teacher, delivering lessons and researching for the past six years. My passion is making data make sense, in real terms and converting figures into something that can be easily accessible to everyone, regardless of their knowledge of data.
I am experienced in Python, Excel and have understanding of most up to date software. As data analysis programmes are ever changing it means learning new skills all the time, which keeps it exciting.
I will be leading the one to one sessions, weekly with each of the learners and will be available for support on the course.
One to ones will be delivered via the SpatialChat group, which you'll be invited to join, and can access at anytime throughout the course, allowing you to meet up with the other learners.
As part of my varied career, I have worked as both data analyst and data services manager. I enjoy getting my hands dirty in the data and I relish helping people to learn something which will help them in their work and their life.
I like to tailor learning to the learners and I hope I can inspire you to really think about what it means to be a data analyst in different organisations, large and small as well as the many different sectors.
I look forward to hearing your questions, thoughts and ideas!
Emily is the co-founder of futureCoders SE CIC, a social enterprise and coding experience academy.
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