Organise workplace information
This course is a guide to choosing right sample scheme and the right sample size that can be the representative of the large population. This course also talks about the various software applications available to organise the data.
How can I organise workplace information?
When the amount of data is too large, it is difficult to draw any inferences without summarizing the data. To make sense of data, statistics is involved with choosing samples. This course is a guide to choosing right sample scheme and the right sample size that can be the representative of the large population. Getting direct feedback requires good inter-personal skills. You must be able to convey the right message in order to get the right feedback. Whether the communication is face-to-face or written, your expression should be clear and concise. This course also talks about the various software applications available to organise the data. Once the data has been collected, the records are grouped for efficient retrieval and maintenance. There should be a retention plan for disposing off the inactive records.
This course covers the various issues concerning the workplace information:
• Why and how are the statistics generated?
• How to decide on the sampling scheme and size?
• In what form is the statistics represented?
• Which points to ponder while interacting with people?
• Which computer program to use to organise data?
• How to manage files?
• How and when to collect feedback from?
COURSE DELIVERY OPTIONS:
For the online delivery option, you will need to have access to a computer with an internet connection.
Your enrolment is valid for a period of twelve months.
1 online multi-choice assessment
CPD Hours - 1