Build your Data Science and AI fundamentals

Python has been consistently rated as one of the top in-demand programming languages in 2021. With the demand for programming skills at an all-time high, and only expected to increase over the next decade, upskilling yourself in this popular and versatile language can be the career boost you are looking for.

In just 3 days, build your fundamentals of programming in Python and learn how to apply them in Data Science and AI:

  • Python Basics:
    • String operations
    • List operations
    • Data structures
    • Data types
  • Fundamentals of Statistics and Maths for Data Analysis
    • Descriptive analysis
    • Correlation vs. Causation
    • Outlier detection
    • Matrix operations
  • Basic Programming with Python
    • Conditional loops
    • If statements
    • For statements
    • While statements
  • Numpy & Pandas: Data analysis with Python
    • Data loading
    • Clean
    • Feature engineering
  • Matplotlib & Seaborn: Data visualisation with Python
    • Create visuals using matplotlib
    • Visual analytics
    • Scatter plot, histogram, box plot
  • Scikit-learn: Machine Learning with Python
    • Build a Machine Learning model
    • Adjust the model hyperparameters

Who is it for?

This is the right course for you if you are a professional looking to enter the Data Analytics and AI world and want to enhance your skills. You can be relatively new to programming or have been developing software for years - you will benefit from it. 

It also serves as the starting point for your Certified Artificial Intelligence Practitioner (CAIP) qualification (hyperlink to the CAIP page)

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