Start Date November 10, 2021
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The program length for day and evening classes may vary based on the number of scheduled hours per week. Holidays, school closings, and internship schedules may cause the program completion dates to vary as well.
1 Month
The standard classroom schedule is provided here. The clinical internship schedule will vary based on the clinical site. Students must follow their assigned internship schedule, not the AIMS Education class schedule, academic calendar, or the observed holidays and breaks.
Monday - Friday
Cost $649
Delivery Method Online
Financial Assistance
Other financial aid options may be available for this program (scholarships, training grants, VA benefits, etc.). Please contact our financial aid department to learn more.
Course Overview: 

The Tableau Desktop course helps you master data visualization techniques, core Tableau concepts such as combo charts, stories, working with filters, parameters, story interfaces, sets, and building interactive dashboards. You will also learn to build visualizations, organize data, and design charts and dashboards to make informed business decisions.

Course Highlights.
  • 56 hours of applied learning
  • Lifetime access to self-paced learning
  • Four real-time industry projects
  • Two simulation exams
  • Dedicated project mentoring sessions
  • 24×7 learning support
Course Delivery Method: 

Online Bootcamp– Online self-paced, video-based learning and live virtual classroom conducted by the industry’s leading coaches.


There are no prerequisites for taking this Tableau Desktop course.

Skills Covered: 
  • Tableau 
  • Building interactive dashboards
  • Data visualization
  • Data connections
  • LOD calculations
  • Heat map waterfall Pareto
  • Clustering forecasting techniques
  • Custom geocoding radial selections
Learning Path
  • Lesson 1

    Course Introduction

  • Lesson 2

    Getting Started with Tableau

  • Lesson 3

    Core Topics in Tableau

  • Lesson 4

    Creating Charts in Tableau

  • Lesson 5

    Working with Metadata

  • Lesson 6

    Filters in Tableau

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  • Lesson 7

    Applying Analytics to the Worksheet

  • Lesson 8


  • Lesson 9

    Modifications to Data Connections

  • Lesson 10

    Level of Detail

Who Will Benefit: 

The Tableau Desktop course is best suited for business analytics, BI, and reporting professionals, as well as IT developers, testers, data analysts, data scientists, and project managers.

Key Learning Outcomes: 
  • Become an expert on visualization techniques such as heat map, treemap, waterfall, and Pareto
  • Understand metadata and its usage
  • Work with filters, parameters, and sets
  • Master special field types and Tableau-generated fields and the process of creating and using parameters
  • Learn how to build charts, interactive dashboards, story interfaces, and how to share your work
  • Master the concepts of data blending, create data extracts, and organize and format data
  • Master arithmetic, logical, tables, and LOD calculations
Certification Criteria:
  • At least 85 percent attendance of one live virtual classroom 
  • A score of at least 75 percent in course-end assessment 
  • Successful evaluation in the course-end project

Career Outlook

Expected Growth (2019 – 2029)*
  • 15%
Annual Average US Salary*
  • $92,00 - $140,000
Demanding Fields
  • Informaon Technology
  • Finance
  • Retail
  • Real Estate
  • Engineering
  • Hospitality Management
  • Business Consulng
Job Opportunies for Professionals
  • IT Developers
  • Analytics Managers
  • Information Architects
  • Analytics professionals
  • Experienced professionals
  • Beginners or Recent
          Graduates in Bachelors or
          Master’s Degree

*Salary and job outlook information comes from the US Bureau of Labor Statistics and Projections Central. Employment outcomes are not guaranteed.

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