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SAS® STEP PROGRAMME

 

Registration for the pilot is now closed.
Submit your contact details to be informed when we reopen the programme.

in partnership with

University of Bradford

Are you unemployed and looking for work?

Employers in the Bradford area are seeking people with data and analytics skills.

Inspiring Change, Development & Innovation

SAS STEP is a free of charge re-skilling and employment initiative designed to equip the unemployed workforce of Bradford District with vital data and analytics skills needed for in-demand jobs.

SOFTWARE

Learn and explore with one years access to world leading
analytics and AI software.

TRAINING

Gain the skills employers want. Learnings paths made available through e-learning portal.

ENABLEMENT

Work on real-life business challenges and data sets, access world-leading analytics & AI capabilities.

PLACEMENT

Our job matching system helps connect learners with employers in need of data and analytics skills.

Four learning pathways available

from foundational data literacy to advanced data scientist


Registration for the pilot phase is now closed.
To see an example of a typical learning path you can review the Data Analyst learning path.

Supporting Learners & Employers

For Learners

  • Learn new skills to equip yourself for new job opportunities
  • Get help finding new employment on completion of your course

For Employers

  • Access a pool of trained talent to bridge your skills gap
  • Submit your use-cases and have participants tackle your data driven business challenges
As the global leader in analytics and AI, SAS is committed to supporting the UK economic recovery. We are partnering with educators, communities, businesses and policymakers to bridge the skills gap and get people back to work. Charles Senabulya Vice President & Country Manager SAS UK
Charles Senabulya

Take the Next Step

In association with University of Bradford.

Registration for the pilot is now closed.
Submit your contact details to be informed when we reopen the programme.

For more information contact: nigel.armstead@sas.com

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