At BISS, we turn the most complex data into valuable insights. It simply is at the very core of what we do. We use our expertise to create advanced training courses on data science and smart services. Ideal programmes for individuals and teams to really develop their data skills.
Are you familiar with techniques for machine learning, but would you like to experiment with advanced, state-of-the-art techniques? Moreover, do you want to expand your knowledge in the domain of time-series? Then, the Data Science Bootcamp is the right programme for you! In different modules, we will focus on Data and Text Analytics, Neural Nets and Deep Learning.
You will learn how to abstract data, which method to use and how to process it. You will learn how to make data ready for purposes like analytics. We help you to learn how to turn data into understandable information that actually mean something to people, businesses and society.
After this bootcamp you are totally data-ready and capable of using data from open sources. You are able to process the data and combine external with internal data. You draw automated written conclusions from textual reports and analyses. For example, you’ve become better at writing algorithms, preferably even a self-learning or correcting one.
Training dates are:
- 23 and 24 January 2020 – Python Programming Introduction
- 6 February 2020 – Data Preparation & Data Wrangling
- 20 and 21 February 2020 – Data Science
- 5 and 6 March 2020 – Data Science
- 19 and 20 March 2020 – Text Analytics
- 26 March 2020 – Neural Nets & Deep Learning
* The module Python Programming Introduction is optional. Each training day runs from approximately 9:30 to 16:30.
Participation in the entire program (including Python Programming Introduction) 10 days:
BISS participants: € 3590
External companies: € 3990
Participation in the entire program (excluding Python Programming Introduction) 8 days:
BISS participants: € 2690
External companies: € 2990
For more information and registration, click here.
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