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Tableau Data Visualization Training in Philadelphia

Data Visualization

Business analytics are increasingly the tool of choice for organizations seeking to leverage their data to provide insights and actionable knowledge for decision making. Tableau is the leading platform for business reporting and visualization that enables senior managers all the way along to service representatives to work productively with data. Our courses can help you master the basics and beyond to enhance your professional skillset and enhance your career.

Tableau Essentials (DACE 5093)

Friday, March 6 and Saturday, March 7, 2020 from 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.

This 16-hour beginner course provides you with a foundation in Tableau data visualization software. After the course, regardless of your previous technical or analytical background, you will be able to use Tableau to:

  • Conduct basic data analytics
  • Achieve deeper and superior insights
  • Better support decision-making, strategy formulation and operational improvements

Sign up today for our Tableau fundamentals two-day class and receive top-notch training in Philadelphia.


Advanced Tableau (DACE 5095)

Friday, June 5 and Saturday, June 6, 2020 from 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Designed for those who already have a solid working knowledge of Tableau, this course teaches you to use Tableau for more complex business reporting and analytics, extending your abilities to build worksheets, dashboards and stories to more sophisticated capabilities, such as:

  • filters
  • Predictive analytics
  • Statistics, complex
  • Calculations 
  • Advanced geographic mapping


Why use Tableau to visualize your data?

  • According to a recent poll, 72 percent of organizations hired people in data analysis positions in 2016. Of those, 78 percent reported difficulty filling the positions.*
  • It was ranked by Forbes in the top 10 technical skills to have for job growth in 2017.
  • All businesses generate data from link clicks, email opens, customer information, sales and more.
  • Data overload can lead to a loss of productivity, so it is important to know what data is meaningful and how to read it.
  • Properly analyzed data brings a better understanding of your clients, customers and audience: who they are, where they are and what interests them.
  • You can use this knowledge to make more focused decisions specific to your audience and business—with the data to back it up.

*According to an article from the Society for Human Resources Management.