Data Science Software CPD Forum - SAS PM
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28th February Session 2 PM: Data Science Software CPD ForumFREE
Data Services has established a Continuing Professional Development Forum which be used to engage NHS England and NHS Improvement professionals and allow them to develop and enhance their abilities in Tableau & SAS. The forums will be held on a monthly basis, alternating between Tableau and SAS on a month by month basis.
This is the second forum session focusing on the use of SAS software. To maximise spaces available, and fit into busy work schedules, the forum will be run twice, once I the morning and then again in the afternoon; there will be 30 spaces on each session.
The forums will run for 3 hrs each session and follow a standard format:
Welcome from Data Services
Deep Dive Example from NHS England or NHS Improvement
Interactive Session led by SAS or Tableau
What’s new – either in functionality or online training from SAS or Tableau
Case study connect - This is a round robin session where 4/5 analysts will construct a 5-minute brief about the work they are ongoing with in SAS/Tableau. Other attendees then sit spaced out around the room at different tables and the 4/5 analysts presenting their case study then move from group to group pitching their case study: allowing tables to ask questions, identifying duplication or support needed to progress the case study
Ideas for the Next Session – Generate ideas for the next forum to cover
The aims of these sessions are to enables learning to become conscious and proactive, promote best practice techniques and ideas sharing, all focused for an individual to improve and have effective professional development. Continuing Professional Development is essential in helping individuals, organisations or entire industries to keep skills and knowledge up to date. Providing CPD enables organisations to become a knowledge bank to key stakeholders of your organisation.
Questions about this event?
Name: Sarah Blundell
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