Power BI Training London: 1 Week Intensive Training Course
£1,675.00 – £39,750.00
Empower Your Organisation with Intensive Basic to Advanced Power BI Training!
Give your business a competitive edge with expert tutor-led Power BI Training, London. In today’s fast-paced business environment, it’s crucial to make data-driven decisions. This course will empower you with the skills to effectively analyze and visualize your data using Power BI. From connecting to various data sources to creating interactive reports, our training covers all aspects of Power BI implementation. Learn how to transform raw data into actionable insights, collaborate with your team, and share your findings with stakeholders. Join our Power BI Training, online or in London, and unleash the power of data in your organization.
This course consists of 3 modules: Power BI Introduction (2 days), Power BI Intermediate (1 day) and Power BI Advnced (2 days).
Empowering Your Business Intelligence
Business intelligence is an integral part of every modern business. In order to make informed decisions, companies need to have reliable data analysis, visualization, and reporting capabilities. Power BI is a powerful business analytics service from Microsoft that provides all of these capabilities and more.
What is Power BI?
Power BI is a cloud-based business analytics service that allows users to connect to various data sources, transform and clean data, and create interactive visualizations and reports. It is part of the Microsoft Power Platform and integrates with other Microsoft products such as Excel, SharePoint, and Teams. Microsoft Power BI can be used to analyze data from a variety of sources including databases, spreadsheets, and cloud-based services. It is available in both free and paid versions, with additional features and capabilities available in the paid versions.
Benefits of Power BI for Business Intelligence
Microsoft Power BI offers several benefits for business intelligence, including:
Power BI Desktop allows users to create interactive visualizations that make it easy to understand data and identify trends, patterns, and anomalies.
Power BI makes it easy to share insights and reports with others in your organization or with external stakeholders.
Power BI can be set up to display real-time data, allowing users to monitor key metrics and KPIs in real-time.
Microsoft Power BI reports can be accessed on mobile devices, allowing users to stay informed and make decisions on the go.
Integration with other tools
Power BI integrates with other Microsoft tools and services, as well as with third-party tools, making it a versatile and flexible business intelligence solution.
Why Get Power BI Training in London?
Microsoft Power BI is a complex and powerful tool that can take time to master. Getting trained in Power BI can help you and your team use the tool more effectively, saving time and improving the quality of your analyses and reports. In addition, Power BI coaching can help you stay up-to-date with the latest features and best practices, allowing you to take full advantage of the tool’s capabilities. London is a hub for business and technology, with many businesses and organizations using Power BI. Getting trained in Power BI in London can provide you with a competitive edge and make you more marketable to employers.
Three Types of Power BI Training: London or Online
When you book our One-Week Intensive Microsoft Power BI course, you have two choices:
Classroom training: Classroom training involves attending the training sessions in-person with an instructor and other students.
Online attendance: We also allow delegates to attend our training sessions virtually. To ensure that they have the same hands-on experience as those attending in person, delegates will be given remote access to one of the PCs at our training centre.
Self-paced, online training: Optional video-based training which allows you to learn at your own pace, and interact with the same content that is covered on our live courses.
Video lessons and interactive exercises.
Customized training: Some training providers offer customized training programs tailored to the specific needs of your organization.
Certification training: Microsoft Power BI certification training can prepare you for the Microsoft Certified: Data Analyst Associate certification exam.
What to Look for in a Power BI Training Program
When choosing a Microsoft Power BI instruction program, there are several factors to consider, including:
Instructor expertise: Make sure the instructor has expertise in Power BI and relevant experience in the industry.
Course content: Look for a course that covers the specific topics and skills that you want to learn.
Training format: Consider the format that works best for you, whether it’s classroom training, online training, or customized training.
Training duration: Consider the duration of the training program and whether it fits your schedule.
Cost: Compare the cost of different training programs and choose one that fits your budget.
How to Choose the Right Power BI Course
To choose the right Microsoft Power BI training course, follow these steps:
Define your learning goals and objectives.
Research different training providers and compare their course offerings.
Check the credentials and experience of the instructors.
Read reviews and feedback from past participants.
Consider the training format and duration.
Check the cost and make sure it fits your budget.
Enroll in the course that best fits your needs and preferences.
How to Prepare for Power BI Training
To get the most out of your Power BI training, it’s important to prepare in advance. Here are some tips to help you prepare:
Familiarize yourself with Power BI by reading documentation and watching tutorials.
Identify the specific skills and topics that you want to learn during the training.
Bring relevant data sets and scenarios that you want to work on during the training.
Make sure you have access to the required software and tools.
Clear your schedule and make sure you can fully commit to the training.
What to Expect from Power BI Training
During Power BI training, you can expect to learn the following skills:
Connecting to data sources and transforming data.
Creating visualizations and reports.
Working with dashboards and tiles.
Using DAX(Data Analysis Expressions) formulas and calculations.
Sharing and publishing reports.
In-depth learning which will prepare you for Microsoft Power BI certification.
You will also learn best practices and tips for using Power BI effectively.
Applying Power BI Skills to Real-Life Scenarios
Power BI training provides you with the skills and knowledge to use the tool effectively in real-life scenarios. You can apply your Power BI skills to:
Analyze sales data and identify trends and opportunities.
Monitor website traffic and user behavior.
Track project progress and performance.
Visualize financial data and create budget reports.
Analyze social media engagement and sentiment.
Measuring the Impact of Power BI Training on Business Intelligence
To measure the impact of Power BI training on business intelligence, you can track the following metrics:
Time saved on data analysis and reporting.
Improved quality and accuracy of reports.
Increased productivity and efficiency.
Increased data literacy and skills among team members.
Improved decision-making based on data-driven insights.
How Power BI Training Can Benefit Your Career
Microsoft Power BI training can benefit your career in several ways, including:
Making you more marketable to employers.
Opening up new job opportunities in the data analysis and business intelligence fields.
Improving your skills and knowledge of data analysis and visualization.
Enhancing your earning potential.
Demonstrating your commitment to professional development and lifelong learning.
Power BI is a powerful tool for business intelligence, and getting trained in Power BI can help you and your team make better decisions based on data-driven insights. In London, there are many training programs available that can help you harness the full potential of Power BI.
Unlocking the Power of Data Analytics
Are you looking for a comprehensive Microsoft Power BI course in London? Do you want to enhance your data visualization and analysis skills? Look no further! Our Power BI training course in London is designed to help you master the ins and outs of Power BI and apply it to your real-world business scenarios.
Power BI is a business analytics service provided by Microsoft that enables users to visualize and analyze data with greater efficiency and ease. With Power BI, you can transform your data into stunning and interactive visualizations, reports, and dashboards that allow you to gain insights and make informed business decisions.
Our Power BI course in London is designed to equip you with the knowledge and skills you need to leverage the power of Power BI and unleash your data analytics potential. Our expert instructors will guide you through the entire training course, providing hands-on experience and real-world examples to help you master the concepts and techniques of Power BI.
With Power BI training, you’ll be able to make better decisions based on your data, improve your business processes, and stay ahead of the competition. Imagine the possibilities for growth and success with this valuable skillset!
Don’t wait any longer to take advantage of this opportunity. Sign up for our Microsoft Power BI training courses in London today and start seeing the benefits for your business.
TIP: You can book this course to get a discounted rate, but stagger the three levels across different dates!
Our Power BI Intensive Training Course for Power Users consists of three courses: Power BI Introduction (2 days), Power BI Intermediate (1 day) and Power BI Advanced (2 days).
Why Choose Our Power BI Training Course in London?
Our Power BI training course in London is the perfect choice for anyone who wants to learn the latest data analytics tools and techniques. Here are some reasons why our course stands out from the rest:
Our instructors are highly experienced professionals who have years of experience in the field of data analytics and business intelligence. They are experts in Power BI and have a deep understanding of how to use it to solve complex business problems.
Our Power BI training course in London is designed to cover all the essential topics and techniques you need to master Power BI. From data modeling and visualization to advanced DAX formulas and Power Query, our course provides a complete and in-depth understanding of Power BI.
We believe that the best way to learn Power BI is through hands-on experience. That’s why our course provides ample opportunities for you to practice your skills and apply what you’ve learned to real-world scenarios.
Flexible Learning Options
We understand that everyone has different learning needs and preferences. That’s why we offer flexible learning options, including online and in-person classes, self-paced learning, and customized training programs.
Scheduled Courses in London (or Online)
We run this scheduled Power BI course regularly as a public course at our London training centre; or, if you are unable to get to London, you can join the course online. Our classes are small, with a maximum of eight delegates. If you are joining the course remotely, you will still be given remote access to a computer in our London training centre and provided with lots of opportunities to practice all of the techniques being taught.
Our courses are held at CentralPoint, 45 Beech Street, London EC2Y 8AD.
To get to us by public transport, you have the following options:
The nearest tube station to CentralPoint is Barbican, which is on the Circle, Hammersmith & City, and Metropolitan lines. Once you arrive at Barbican station, it’s just a short walk of around 5 minutes to CentralPoint.
Several bus routes stop near CentralPoint, including the 4, 56, 153, 243, and 271. The closest bus stop is “Charterhouse Street”, which is just a few minutes’ walk away from the building.
The nearest national rail train station to CentralPoint is Moorgate, which is on the Great Northern and Thameslink lines. Once you arrive at Moorgate station, it’s around a 10-15 minute walk to CentralPoint.
CentralPoint has bike racks available for those who prefer to cycle. You can plan your cycling route using the TfL Cycle Planner.
If you are in the nearby area, it’s very convenient to walk to CentralPoint. The building is situated in the heart of the city, so it’s easily accessible on foot from many surrounding areas.
Whichever mode of transport you choose, it’s always a good idea to check the schedule and plan your journey in advance to ensure a smooth and stress-free commute.
Power BI Introduction
The Power BI Product; Power BI Desktop; The Power BI Service; Power BI Mobile Apps; Power BI Subscription; Power BI free vs Power BI Pro; Power BI Premium; Dashboards, reports and datasets
Connecting to Text Files
Overview of the Query Editor; Closing and Reopening the Query Settings Pane; Renaming a Query; Using the Query Settings Buttons; Applying Changes Made in the Query Editor; Editing an Existing Query
Connecting to Excel Data
Worksheets, Tables and Name Ranges; Importing Excel Objects into Power BI; Recognizing the Icons
Connecting to a Folder of Data
When to use this feature; Connecting to the Folder; Specifying an example file; Extracting data from filenames; Updating the folder
Connecting to Web Data
Examining the Source Data; Connecting to the Excel Data; Connecting to the Currency Exchange Rate Data; Creating a Custom Column; Adding a Report Background; Automatic Detection of Relationships; Using the Table Visual; Creating Calculated Columns; Using the Slicer Visual
Trim, Clean and Case
Isolating the Problem; Using the Trim Function; Using the Clean Function; Using the Replace Values Command; Using the Capitalize Each Word Command
House Keeping and Meta Data
Renaming Items; Renaming Columns; Renaming Query Steps; Adding Descriptions to your Steps
The Split Columns Command
Tidying up the Data; Using Split by Number of Characters; Splitting by Character Transition; Creating Relationships; Creating a Treemap Visual; Creating a Filled Map Visual
Cleaning up Report Data
Removing Header Rows; Removing an Excel Table Total Row; The Replace Values Command; Remove Errors and Replace Errors; The Fill Down Command; The Unpivot Columns Command; What is Pivoted Data?; Importing the Data; Using UnPivot Other Columns
Append Queries; Importing the Data; Removing the differences between columns; Using Append Queries as New; Using Merge Queries as New; Specifying the Join Kind
Adding Data to a Data Model
The Budget Table; The Clients Table; The Products Table; The Purchases table; The Sales table; The Staff Table
Creating relationships automatically; Creating relationships manually; Creating Composite Primary and Foreign Keys; Linking the Sales and Purchases Tables; Linking the Sales and Budget Tables
Enhancing the Data Model
Creating a Date Table; The CALENDAR and CALENDARAUTO Functions; Syntax; The FORMAT Function; Creating Measures; Understanding Measures; Creating a Table for your Measures; The DAX SUMX Function; The RELATED Function; Calculating Variance percentages
Branding in Power BI Desktop
Adding a Page Background; Adding a Logo; Using Report Themes
Displaying the Budget Variance; Displaying the Margin Variance; The Gauge Visual; Using Visual-Level Filters; Using the Format Painter; Configuring Gauges; The CALCULATE Function; Cross Filter Direction
Customizing Visual Interactions
Creating Stacked Bar Charts; Edit Visual Interactions; Cross-Filtering; Cross-Highlighting
Editing a Published Report in the Power BI Service
Publishing a Report; Accessing Reports in the Power BI Service; Editing a Report in the Power BI Service; Saving Changes to a Report in the Power BI Service; Downloading a PBIX File from the Power BI Service
Creating app workspaces
App workspaces versus apps; My Workspace; Creating an App Workspace; Configuring an App Workspace; What if Nobody Can Create App Workspaces?; Publishing an App versus Publishing to an App Workspace; The Publishing Process; The Consumer Experience
Pinning Individual Visuals to a Dashboard; Pinning Q&A Visuals to a Dashboard; Pinning a Report Page to a Dashboard
Publishing an app
Publishing an App versus Publishing to an App Workspace; The Publishing Process; The Consumer Experience
The Power BI Mobile Experience
Logging into the Power BI Service; The Default Mobile Experience; Optimizing Dashboards for Mobile Devices; Optimizing Reports for Mobile Devices
Power BI Intermediate
Power Query Parameters and Templates
Benefits of parameters and templates; Overview of Our Example; Creating Dynamic Titles; Creating parameters; Creating Parameters on the Fly; Updating a Data Source via a Parameter; Parameterizing Filter Operations; Applying Filters to Related Tables; Creating a Template; Using a Template
Row Level Security
Defining roles and rules in Power BI Desktop; Working with members; Add members; Add a member; Remove members
Drill-down, Drill-through and Tooltip Pages
Drill-Down; Creating Drill-Through Pages; Back Buttons; Custom Tooltips; Tool tip Pages
Exporting Data out of Power BI
Export Settings; Exporting Summary Data; Exporting Underlying Data; Analyze in Excel; Exporting to PDF; Exporting to PowerPoint
Constructing a narrative in PowerPoint; Using export to PowerPoint; Embedding live reports into a PowerPoint presentation
Overview of custom visuals; AppSource Marketplace; Power BI Certified Custom Visuals; Chiclet Slicer; Timeline Slicer; Synoptic Panel; Simple Image; TextWrapper
Narrative Formatting; Self-running narratives; The Selection Pane; Using the Pulse chart visual
10: Further Practice in Data Modelling and Report Creation
Connecting to the Excel Data; Transforming the Data in Power Query; Creating a Date Table; Creating a Table for your Measures; Calculating Average Employee Rating for the Current Month; Calculating Average Employee Rating for the Entire Year; Calculating the Percentage of Issues Resolved; Calculating the Percentage of Issues Resolved for the Entire Year; Creating the Employee Details Table; Creating a Pie Chart to Show SLA breakdown; Creating a Bar Chart to Show Issue Outcomes
Power BI Advanced
Using PBIDS Files; Power BI Dataflows; Data Preparation; Using a Dataflow as a Data Source; Setting Scheduled Refreshes; Creating Shared Datasets; Giving Access to Datasets; Creating Reports from Shared Datasets
Column Quality; Column Distribution; Column Profile; Using Table.Profile; Data Source Errors; Data Load Errors; Table.SelectRowsWithErrors
DAX What-if Parameters
Overview of DAX Parameters; Creating Numeric Parameters; The SELECTEDVALUE Function; Exposing Parameters to the User; Tracking User Input; Creating Textual What-If Parameters
The M language
Working with M in the Query Editor; The nature of the M language; The let … in statement block; Comments in M; Variables in M; Built-in (primitive) data types; Complex data types; Lists; Records; Tables; Creating a Connection Based on the Current Date; Using Conditional Logic; Creating M Functions; Using List.Transform for Looping
Data Modelling and Parameter Tables
When to use Parameter Tables, Leveraging Custom Parameter Tables; Connecting to the data; Creating a date table; Creating a measures table; Creating a reference to a query; The Chiclet Slicer custom visual; The Timeline Slicer custom visual; Creating parameter slicers; Calculating the offset price; Creating a dynamic title
Optimizing Data Models
The Building Blocks of Data Modelling; When to use Calculated columns; Star and Snowflakes Schemas; Hiding Unused Columns; Sort by Column; Entering Data in Power BI; Measures vs Implicit Measures
What are hierarchies; Hierarchies and Drilldown; Date Hierarchies; Options Relating to Automatic Date Hierarchies; Manually Creating a Date Hierarchy in Power BI; Creating an Informal Date Hierarchy; Creating a Formal Date Hierarchy; Creating Business Hierarchies; Creating a Business Hierarchy; Adding Calculated Columns to Support a Hierarchy; The RELATED function
The DAX Language
Functions; Operators; Mathematical; Logical; String; Literal Values; Object References; Referring to Tables; Referring to Columns; Referring to Measures; Calculated Columns Versus Measures; Creating a calculated column in Power BI; Calculated Columns and Row Context; Calculated Tables; Cloning a table; Using the DISTINCT Function
X Functions Revision; The RANKX Function; Ranking Within a Group; The CALCULATE Function; The FILTER Function; Using Table Functions; The VALUES Function; The SUMMARIZE Function
Working with Calculated Tables
Creating calculated tables, DAX functions that return tables, The ADDCOLUMNS function, The SUMMARIZE function, VALUES and DISTINCT functions, Using Calculated Tables Within the Data Model, Using Calculated Tables Within Measures
DAX Time Intelligence
Calendar Tables; Power BI Auto Date/Time Feature; Automatic vs Manual Time Intelligence; The TOTALYTD, TOTALQTD and TOTALMTD functions; Example; Specifying End of Fiscal Year; The SAMEPERIODLASTYEAR Function; Using the DATEADD Function for Maximum Flexibility; The PARALLELPERIOD Function; Calculating Running Totals
Q&A and AI
Using the Q&A Visual; Setting up the Q&A Feature; Field Synonyms; Review Questions; Teach Q&A; Suggest Questions; Using the Decomposition Tree Visual; Using the Key Influencers Visual
Further Practice on Data Modelling
Connecting to an External Date Table; Engineering a One-to-Many Relationship; Handling multiple significant dates; Active and Inactive Relationships; Role-Playing Dimensions
Further Practice on Analytics and Visualization
The USERELATIONSHIP Function; Calculating Key Metrics; Visualizing our Data; Visualising a Sales Funnel; Displaying Converted and Lost Business; Displaying Target vs Actual; Dynamically Showing a Chart
What is Power BI?
Power BI is a popular business intelligence platform that allows users to analyze and visualize data from various sources. It has a user-friendly interface and robust features that make it a popular choice for businesses and individuals.
What does G Com Solutions’ Power BI Training Course cover?
The one-week Intensive Power BI course consists of three modules: Introduction to Power BI, Power BI Intermediate, and Power BI Advanced. The training covers Power BI Desktop, Power Query, the Power BI service, and Power BI mobile apps.
Who can benefit from G Com Solutions’ Power BI Courses?
The training program is open to business intelligence professionals across various industries, including business analysts, data analysts, IT professionals, and managers. It is suitable for both beginners and advanced users who want to improve their skills and gain practical experience using Microsoft Power BI.
What makes G Com Solutions’ Power BI Courses different from other courses?
G Com Solutions’ Power BI courses are designed to be highly interactive, with practical exercises and real-life examples to enable participants to apply the skills learned in a real-world setting. The course is delivered live, but delegates may also join remotely.
How much does G Com Solutions’ Power BI Course scost?
The cost of the one-week Intensive Power BI course is £1,675.00, and participants can select options such as attending the course in person in London or attending online.
Do you provide lunch?
Yes, we do. Lunch is delivered by Pret a Manger. Simply order your lunch when you arrive in the morning. Review Pret a Manger lunch menu here.
Do you issue a certificate for attending your courses?
Yes, we do. All delegates are issued with a certificate of achievement after attending one of our courses. We also have a course specifically designed to prepare students for Microsoft Power BI certification.
If you would like to contact us to discuss you Power BI training requirements, please call us on 0800 998 9248, or complete the form below.
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