About Data Analyst Apprenticeship – Level 4

18 - 24 Months

Levy and non-levy funding options

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Course Introduction

This is a level 4 apprenticeship that takes typically 18 months to complete. You will learn how to collect, organise and study data to provide business insight on a day-to-day basis. You will have a very good eye for detail and able to recognise patterns within datasets. This will ultimately allow you to give feedback and make recommendations based on the results of the data and an exciting career in the data industry.

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Why take this apprenticeship?

As a Data Analyst apprentice, you will:

What will you learn?

Learning will take place on and off your job which will easily fit your learning around your day job with access to our online learning platform. It can be accessed anytime, anywhere and on any device.
You will complete:

A portfolio -produced ongoing and complied towards the end of the Apprenticeship, containing evidence from real work projects

A business-related project which is completed over a one-week period away from the day-to-day workplace

Course curriculum

1. Problem Solving through Programming
2. Business Information Management
3. Systems Analysis and Design Work-Based Project
4. Introduction to Databases
1. Data Analysis, Tools and Application
2. Computing Project

Professional qualification you can choose

EMC: Data Science associate

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Entry requirements

Applicants will be assessed and interviewed to demonstrate that they have the ability to cover the range required by the apprenticeship standard, at work.
In addition, the employer may require the apprentices to have GCSE’s in subjects including, Maths and English at A*- C or equivalent.
A Level 3 Apprenticeship and or other relevant qualifications.

Applied Business Academy Data Analyst Apprenticeship outcome

The learner will be working with the organisation’s data architecture, to identify, collect and migrate data to/from a range of internal and external systems, manipulate and link different data sets as required. The learner will also use a range of analytical techniques such as data mining, time series forecasting and modelling techniques to identify and predict trends and patterns in data and present reports to the different stakeholders.

The learner will need to show the knowledge of a range of data protection and legal issues, the data life cycle, types of data, differences between structured and unstructured data, data structures, database system design, implementation and maintenance. The learner will also know the importance of clearly defining customer requirements for data analysis and how to use and apply industry standard tools and methods for data analysis
The learner will gain logical and creative thinking skills, Analytical and problem-solving skills, ability to work independently and to take responsibility and can use own initiative in a creative professional and secure working environment.

Expected job roles

The Level 4 Diploma in Data Analyst Apprenticeship helps you open up opportunities to develop and enhance your, ensuring you have the grounding needed to become an

Finance options

Wherever possible our training is tailored to your needs. The cost of our training programs depend on the course(s) you choose and varies according to duration and breadth. We have a number of payment options available to ensure the cost of training is affordable and can accommodate your other financial commitments. Common ways people fund their training include:

Funding and grants

There may be the opportunity to apply for grants that can help towards the cost of training. All schemes will have different terms and conditions that will need to be met in order to qualify for a grant and these are managed by the ESFA. We recommend you speak to our course advisor to discuss your requirements further.

For individuals

You have an excellent opportunity to qualify for free funding that can help towards the cost of the training.

All schemes will have different terms and conditions that will need to be met in order to qualify for the funding options and these are managed by the ESFA in partnership with the training providers.

We recommend you speak to our course advisor to discuss your requirements further and find the best funding options available to you. They can check if you qualify for this free training.

How we can help:

Speak to a course advisor for full information on the options available to you

For businesses

If you are a small company and would like to train your staff, please speak to one of our advisors to find out the funding options available to you.

For large businesses, we recommend speaking to one of our consultants to discuss how funding can be utilized to upskill your existing staff at no cost.

Professional recognition with Applied Business Academy

Get ready for a promising Data Analyst career in the top industries

Data analysis is a very sought-after skill in the UK. As technology evolves and it becomes increasingly important that we compile, manage and analyze our data, the need for analysts becomes integral for business success. Data analysis transforms the mere facts and figures of data into meaningful observations. Data analysts organise, interpret, structure and present the data into useful information that provides context. This context can then be used by decision-makers to take action with the aim of enhancing productivity and business gain.

Student spotlight

Usmaan Raheem

Excellent training and very hands-on, in a fun learning environment. The blended learning was very good. I enjoyed the practical elements of the course. I would highly recommend it.

Annie Vong

A very helpful and resourceful training centre, with friendly staff and tutors with over ten years’ experience, sharing their advice and giving us real opportunities and insight into my aspiring job role in IT. The teaching style is unique and would leave you hungry for more. I would definitely recommend this course.

Alex Fidgeon
Alex Fidgeon

Hello! I am currently an apprentice for Applied Business Academy. My key passion in life is to have a successful career in the marketing and advertising industry and for me, apprenticeships are a great starting point for anyone interested in earning whilst learning.

I decided to choose a Digital Marketing Apprenticeship because it was the closest to what I wanted to learn about as well as learning things like Google Analytics, which I probably wouldn't have come across before. The journey so far has been really beneficial. Not only have I been getting real-life experiences that can be used as evidence, I am now learning how to communicate, deal with clients and work in a professional manner. The most interesting aspect of this apprenticeship so far is understanding the backbones of social media and how marketing is a huge part of making these platforms such a big success.

Purvi Mahanta
Purvi Mahanta

I have been a freelancer for so many years and my passion for learning something new brought me to Applied Business Academy. I enrolled myself on their IT Diploma programme and it has been a rewarding journey so far. I’ve learned a lot and through practical application of the learning, I have gained valuable IT support skills. I’ve joined the weekend class and if I find it hard to cope, I am given the option to come anytime on weekdays to get one-to-one support from a qualified IT assessor. I would strongly recommend this Level 2 course for anyone who wishes to learn the basics of IT support and how to become a first line support technician! A huge thumbs up to the team at ABA!

Shivani Chowdary
Shivani Chowdary

I was planning on not going to university and wanted to experience the world of work, expand on my skills and knowledge. Apprenticeships are a great way to get into work, to build from the ground up and it gives you a chance to earn while you learn. I gained a lot of knowledge about digital marketing during my time in ABA. It really opened my eyes to what it feels like to work in a professional environment everyday and I have improved a lot of skills over the period of time. The people are awesome and really friendly. The atmosphere at the office was fantastic; I got on well with everyone in my group. I would surely recommend it to anyone who wants to start a career in marketing.

Malini Ravi Prasad
Malini Ravi Prasad

Getting into the IT sector is a hard gateway, but if like myself, you have the same passion and determination alongside the right training provider and helpful people then it makes life a lot easier. For me, I had little knowledge and experience in IT, but as I said before I had the drive that I always wanted to go into IT. Hence when the IT diploma programme was offered to me by Applied Business Academy, I jumped at the opportunity. So far we have completed five weeks of the programme, and I have to admit for me it is going fantastically well, for many reasons. Such as there is also the virtual learning environment for me to study anytime at my own convenience, it is fun and the staff are amazing! Whilst most people think that system support and hardware is for men, I was pleasantly surprised when I saw the class was a wholesome mixture of both men and women.

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