Role-Based Training Solutions: Data and Analytics

As our world becomes increasingly digital and interconnected—from e-commerce, to electronic health records, to social media—businesses of any size are presented with an opportunity to leverage big data to gain valuable insights into customers, operations, finances, and more. Still, according to a recent study conducted by Oracle, 93% of executives believe their organization is losing revenue as a result of not being able to fully leverage the data they collect.

To help professionals learn on-the-job skills needed to advance, United Training offers training solutions that can help meet the development demands of your company. Below we have separated our Data & Analytics courses into three distinct sections: No-Code, Low-Code, and Traditional Data & Analytics.

The No-Code and Low-Code Data & Analytics sections include relevant course titles while the Traditional Data & Analytics section includes several different job roles with prescriptive course titles.

No-Code Data & Analytics Training

If you don’t consider yourself a developer at all, but still require insight into the data of your organization (and really, who doesn’t?) then utilizing no-code development solutions is where you will want to start. The following courses will help you tune up your data & analytics skills without having to learn a new development language.

Microsoft Excel


Traditional Data & Analytics Job-Role Training

Business Intelligence Developer (BI Developer)

The Business Intelligence Developer is responsible for aggregating data from multiple sources in an efficient data warehouse and designing enterprise-level solutions for very large multidimensional databases. Additional responsibilities may include: designing and planning BI solutions; debugging, monitoring, and troubleshooting BI solutions; creating and deploying reports; and writing database queries.

Data Scientist

Data Scientists typically have a bachelor's degree in statistics, math, computer science, or economics and utilize their analytical, statistical, and programming skills to collect, analyze, and interpret large data sets to develop data-driven solutions.

Amazon Web Services (AWS)

Microsoft Azure


R Programming

Database Developer

Database Developers are responsible for data gathering before development of a database. They design, develop, test, implement and maintain new and existing databases. Database developers create management methods and systems to access efficiently to information stored in databases.

Amazon Web Services (AWS)


Low-Code Data & Analytics Training

Similar to many no-code applications and tools, low-code platforms typically offer a user-friendly interface for those with limited development skills or experience. These low-code platforms provide powerful data and analytics tools to individuals regardless of job role or department.

Microsoft Power Platform

Data Analyst

A Data Analyst collects and stores data on sales numbers, market research, logistics, linguistics, or other behaviors. They bring technical expertise to ensure the quality and accuracy of that data, then process, design, and present it in ways to help organizations make better business decisions.

Amazon Web Services (AWS)

Business Analysis Related


Microsoft Power Platform

Database Administrator (DBA)

A Database Administrator (DBA) will keep the database up and running smoothly 24/7. The goal is to provide a seamless flow of information throughout the company, considering both back-end data structure and front-end accessibility for end-users.

Amazon Web Services (AWS)



Please Note: The courses listed above are our recommendations for some of the most common roles within Data and Analytics; however, your organization may have slightly different titles and/or responsibilities. Please contact us below to speak with one of our expert Account Representatives to discuss the specific learning requirements for you and your business.

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