Data Analytics Pathway

The new way to get the skills you need and employers want

With demand for data analytics skills outstripping supply and with a predicted job growth of 23% by 2026* there has never been a better time to learn how to spin data into gold and get the skills employers are looking for. If you want to start or advance your career in data analytics, the Data Analytics Pathway at the Institute of Applied Technology – Digital (IAT Digital) will help give you a competitive edge. Gain industry-relevant skills in this series of fast, flexible and practical training developed in partnership with Microsoft and power up your career with opportunities for further learning

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Study three microcredentials

A flexible study pathway


Complete microcredentials

  • Data Analytics + Microsoft exam
  • Data Visualisation Foundations
  • Python for Data Analytics
  • 8 weeks each, approximately 12 hrs/week

Consider further learning

  • Fast track to improved job opportunities
  • Enrol in work-integrated learning,
1 day per week for 10 weeks

Employment Outcome

Career Progression

  • Higher earning potential
  • Secure that promotion


Potential Career Opportunities:

  • Data Analyst 
  • Data Scientist 
  • Business Analyst 
  • Marketing Analyst

Skills demanded by industry

Complete three industry-focused, practical microcredentials and build your professional worth with a Microsoft certification.

Work-integrated learning

Upon finishing the three microcredentials, option to complete a 10-week, 2 evenings-per-week, practical, project-based program, working with industry partner SAS, in addition to self-directed learning learning.

University Pathway

Gain credit towards a Higher Education qualification at TAFE NSW, UTS or Macquarie University.

Flexible Study Options

Choose your study intensity, and learn online or face-to-face, so you can balance learning with other commitments.
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