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FREE SEMINAR
Analytics is Everywhere

For Curious, Passionate and Creative people
Free seminar followed by food
Students from all courses welcome

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Learn how you can make a real difference in the world with a career in Data. The applications of Data are everywhere around you, and new applications are only limited by your imagination.

If you’re Curious, Passionate or Creative and open to continuously learning, you can excel in a career in Data Whether in Data Science, or Analytics, with growth in Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science across all industries, a career in Data will always be in demand. In the U.S.A. alone, there is expected to be a shortage of 250,000 data professionals by 20241. If you’re a Curious, Passionate and Creative person who is open to continuously learning, you will excel in and around a career in Data.

This seminar is presented by SAS. For over 30 years, SAS has been partnering with universities to develop the analytical leaders of the future. Money reports that SAS is the #1 most valuable career skill to have with an average annual pay boost of 6.1%2.

1 The Age of Analytics: Competing in a Data-Driven World, McKinsey Global Institute, December 2016.
2 The 21 Most Valuable Career Skills, Money, May 2016.

Sydney University

Tuesday March 19 2019
1:00pm - 2:00pm

UTS

Wednesday March 20 2019
10:30am - 12:30pm


RMIT

Monday
March 25 2019
4:45pm - 6:30pm

La Trobe University

Wednesday
March 27 2019
4:30pm - 6:15pm

Deakin University

Friday
March 29 2019
10:30am - 12:00pm

UNSW

Tuesday
April 16 2019
10:30am - 12:00pm

University of Queensland

Monday
April 29 2019
10:00am - 12:00pm

Agenda

WelcomeAn introduction by the speaker
#Analytics4Life:
The Power of Analytics in everyday life
What is Data Science and Analytics and how do they affect you in everyday life
#Data4Good:
The Power of Analytics to improve the world
Real world applications of Data Science and Analytics to better humanity and human interaction
#AnalyticsinAction
Live showcase of data analysis
#DataCareers:
The Power of Your Analytics Career
The obvious (and not so obvious) skills that are important for a career in Data Science and Analytics and opportunities to apply them
#SASAnalytics:
Experience the Power of SAS Analytics
How to access SAS, become part of the SAS community and other opportunities for SAS to support your career in Data Science and Analytics
Catering and Networking with the speaker
Annelies Tjetjep

Annelies Tjetjep BSc(Hons), MSc MStat
Customer Success Manager, SAS Australia

I believe the potential for predictive analytics is everywhere – in every customer interaction, in every operational decision. As Customer Success Manager for Australia at SAS, I help organisations realise and execute on this potential for analytics. Through my relationships with industry and Analytics associations such as IAPA and Women in Data, I play an active role in evangelising analytics and nurturing the now and future analytics community. I am an avid sharer of my cross-industry experiences on better Analytics practices through seminars, guest lectures and blogs.
 

Jonathan Butow

Jonathan Butow
Systems Engineer, Data Visualisation & Analytics, SAS Australia

I started my analytics career working to save Sea Turtles and now I work across industries and government creating change and solving the toughest challenges. I embrace business intelligence, visualisation and master data management. I love working with the next generation of analytics professionals mentoring and providing leadership and advice.
 

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 RMIT | Mon March 25
 La Trobe University | Wed March 27
 Deakin University | Fri March 29
 UNSW | Tue April 16
 University of Queensland | Mon April 29

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