The ability to forecast and analyse trends can help public sector organisations improve performance, make better business decisions, and improve service delivery. It is therefore essential that you have a firm grasp of analysing and interpreting statistical information.
This Understanding Forecasting and Trends course gives those with a limited understanding of analysing forecasts and trends the confidence to make more effective decisions, based on data reports.
Attend this Understanding Forecasting and Trends course to learn how to; confidently identify and predict trends, meaningfully interpret data and gain the skills to be able to apply the right forecasting technique for your organisation.
Take part in practical workshops throughout the day using Excel spreadsheets, practical examples, interactive learning tasks, and theory.
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Please note this course will be using Zoom to deliver the day.
Branko spent most of his career working for Emerson, a global and one of the largest process control equipment manufacturing corporations. His last position was VP Educational Services. In the past, he also lectured at the University of Gloucestershire in several subjects, including quantitative methods and applications of Excel.
He published a series of books in statistics with a variety of publishers, such as McGraw Hill, Oxford University Press and Amazon. Almost all of these books are based around applying a variety of sophisticated methods using the simplest Excel syntax. He has been using Excel for over ...