TableauHelp, the Tableau service division of Zuar, has been providing certified Tableau software training since its initial stages of development in 2014. A majority of the training classes are provided to individuals or teams of analysts within organizations that are looking to implement Tableau software. As the job market continues to grow across areas of big data and visual analytics, TableauHelp continues to pursue new opportunities to extend their services to the aspiring analysts of the world. Recently, TableauHelp completed it’s first semester of Tableau curriculum at a local educational institution, the Digital Creative Institute (DCI).
Digital Creative Institute is a digital marketing apprenticeship program that seeks to bridge the gap between higher education and real-world experience in the workplace. DCI’s unique approach to education results in rapid skill development, career acceleration, and greater earning potential.
DCI’s digital marketing curriculum consists of various certifications, projects, and career coaching opportunities. As part of the analytics curriculum, DCI has partnered with TableauHelp to provide students with data analytics, data visualization, and Tableau software training. Students enrolled in this curriculum are encouraged to finish their Tableau training by completing the Tableau Software Certification.
Building upon years of training and consulting experience, the instructors at TableauHelp have developed a powerful training formula that dives deep into the seemingly limitless potential of Tableau. The Tableau Master Class offered by TableauHelp covers a variety of topics ranging from standard software basics to tailored niche use case scenarios. With it’s embedded flexibility, TableauHelp was able to tailor their training course to meet the needs of DCI’s analytics curriculum. Over the course of 12 weeks, multiple on-site and remote training sessions were implemented to prepare students for not only the Tableau Software Certification, but also taking the rains as the “go to” analysts within their respective organizations.
Wesley Haverlah, Student, DCI
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