- 16 or over by the end of the summer holidays
- living in England
Found in any sector that uses data to make business decisions, data analysts work to ascertain how data can be used to answer questions and solve problems.
In today’s world, data analysis plays a crucial role in making decisions more evidence-based and helping organisations operate more effectively.
An employee in this occupation will be responsible for the creation and delivery of their own work, to meet business objectives.
This apprenticeship aims to prepare learners with all the knowledge, skills and behaviours they need to be a success in the field of data analysis.
Teaching and learning
- You will be allocated a dedicated Skills Teaching Assessor.
- An individual learning plan developed with you and your Skills Teaching Assessor.
- Formal progress reviews with your assessor every 8-10 weeks.
- Coaching and mentoring forms an integral part of your individual learning journey to ensure you have the most appropriate guidance and support to complete your programme.
- Mutually agreed SMART targets that take into consideration your individual ambitions and career goals.
Additional off-the-job training
- Practical training.
- Coaching and mentoring.
- Online learning.
- Support with assessment.
Who is this course for?
Data analysts may work in various departments within their organisation, for example finance, sales, HR, manufacturing, or marketing. They can be found in any employment sector, public or private, including retail, distribution, defence, banking, logistics, media and local government.
Typical job titles include data analyst, departmental data analyst, junior analyst, problem analyst.