Tableau Certified in 1 hour (Practice Exam Included)
What you'll learn
- Pass the Qualified Associate Certification Exam
- Learn how to effectively use Tableau
- Answer Business Questions
- Generate Insights about your data
- Tableau Public
- Know how to use a PC
- Have a PC
This is the course I wish existed when I was preparing to pass the Tableau Certified Associate Exam and learning more about Tableau. Be sure to check out Tableau School for practice exams, more content and Q&A with the instructor!
Not interested in becoming certified? No problem! This course is also perfect for someone who simply wants to learn how to use Tableau quickly. You will be a proficient user at the end of the course and be able to answer real world business questions and generate valuable insights. After completing this course you should also be able to answer most Tableau related interview questions.
Take the full length Practice Exam to prepare for your certification! Tableau Certification allows you to stand out against competition and validate your in-demand skills for your desired industry. Start paving the way to your future and boost your resume with in-demand data expertise. No matter where your career takes you, Tableau Certification will be relevant anywhere in any industry or role. Tableau Certification can give you a competitive advantage against other candidates, more job opportunities, a higher pay scale, and job security. Certification title holders all get access to the exclusive benefits shown below.
Who this course is for:
- Anyone who wants to take the Tableau Qualified Associate Certification Exam
- Anyone who wants to learn more about Tableau
I have held positions in Infrastructure, Operations, Front-end Development and most recently Analytics. Simple bash scripts to automate repetitive tasks are what originally piqued my interest and started me on my journey to learn everything I could about technology.
I have experience with many proprietary analytics tools like Tableau, SAS, Domo, Adobe Analytics, Google Analytics, etc. but prefer to develop my own open source tools using a LAMP stack whenever I can.