We use standard industry jargon and terminology often very different to the terminology used by academics in lectures and text books. Our applications and examples are all based on real life examples, using incomplete and imperfect data, where theory usually fails. Thus, delegates can always relate to situations they face on a day to day basis.
Courses have been categorised in three levels:
- Foundation courses offer an introduction to the topic and are designed for members who are relatively new to the subject. These courses are presented in short modules lasting between 90 and 120 minutes.
- Intermediate courses build up from the foundation course and these would be typically delivered live in one or two days.
- Advance courses are designed for those who are already familiar with the concepts covered in the intermediate courses but would like to delve deeper in some of the topics. Case studies and examples would be delivered in Microsoft Excel and will be available for download.
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