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Data Reporting (Qube Pathways) is a Programme

Data Reporting (Qube Pathways)

Time limit: 180 days

£35 Enrol

Full programme description

Are you a manager? Do you create data reports that are shared with different teams, managers or stakeholders? This course is aimed at developing data reporting knowledge and skills, supporting managers with reporting and presenting business data. This course will cover the following aspects:

  • An overview of data reporting
  • Quantitative and qualitative data
  • The purpose of different types of data
  • What data should be reported on
  • The benefits of organising data
  • Data compliance
  • Ensuring data is relevant, valid and reliable
  • Presenting data

As a manager you will be undertaking data reporting and it is vital you have the tools and support to execute this successfully. This course will support your knowledge, skills and behaviours ultimately leading to outstanding business development. This course is approximately 2 hours long.

This fully online course has been carefully designed to enable you to take the materials, apply the learning to your role and is broken down into manageable stages. This course allows you to check your knowledge at relevant steps. Learning resources include:

  • Narrated media
  • Video
  • Downloadable PDFs
  • Signposting to suitable organisations
  • Supporting glossaries
  • Interactive elements
  • Ongoing assessment
  • Progress tracking

In this course you can download the following support materials:

  • Full transcripts of all lessons in PDF booklet form
  • 1 PDF activity information sheet
  • 1 report support document
  • 2 spreadsheet solution support documents

To ensure you are able to interact with all the course content, you will need: 

  • Word Processor 
  • Spreadsheet program
  • Presentation program
  • PDF reader 
  • Printer with paper and card 
  • Speakers/headphones
  • Access to the Internet 
  • Web browser with the ability to use a VLE/LMS

*Please note that this course has no tutor involvement.

Course review due:  April 2021