Your learning journey
Our online learning courses are an opportunity to develop data skills with the support of the ODI’s expert trainers. Through interactive webinars and online learning platforms you will engage with your learning group, share ideas, gain help when needed and access a wide range of interactive learning resources.
At the ODI we use our Data Skills Framework to show the blend of skills required to get the best out of data. We use this, combined with EQF Level 4 & 5 outcomes, to build ‘foundational’ data literacy courses that anyone with a basic education can attend and learn from.
We aim to provide everyone hands-on experiences of working with data where they can discover for themselves the implications of data on business and society. Our goal is to help everyone become more data literate and confident with applying their skills back in their organisations.
The assignments were the highlight of the course. They were well designed – it’s good to use real live data from a different sphere than I’m used to working in. And I really liked how they built on the previous assignment learnings.
Digital Analyst, Boots
This has been an eye-opening journey for me. Looking at data over the last six weeks I learned to understand it’s value, different ways of looking at it, the impact it can have on people’s lives and the value of predicting the future.
This course has been awesome and a great stepping stone to build confidence in using data no matter which industry you are from.
Director, Qina Consulting
Would you like to develop data skills across your whole team or organisation?
Our courses can be run for groups of up to 14 people. And, we can tailor our content to your context and needs. We can work with you to identify the data skills required across your business, creating training that meets your organisation’s needs. Our training approaches include: E-learning, Interactive and virtual workshops, Games and Blended learning programmes.
Contact our Data Skills Experts to discuss how we can improve your organisations data literacy.