Program Success Elements

  • Self-paced hands-on learning by doing
  • Timing to fit your schedule — start anytime
  • Bite-sized lessons with instant assessment
  • Practical experience is a core element of the training
  • Guidance and support provided by subject-matter experts
  • Data Analyst Career Certificate upon completion

Demand For Qualified Data Analysts Far Outstrips The Supply


In as little as 280 hours, our proven NCLab best-in-class Data Analyst Career Training Program provides you with the knowledge, practical experience, competency, and confidence to qualify for high-paying Data Analyst jobs.

Why not accelerate your career and create a better life ahead? 

 Program Overview

It’s hard to find a better career than Data Analytics. Simply said, Data Analysts are professionals who collect, process and perform analyses on enterprises’ huge quantities of information to help them make better and faster business decisions. When you finish our NCLab training, you will be able to do it all in Data Analytics; from cleaning data to presenting it in visual form, performing qualitative and quantitative analysis of data, interpreting data, and making predictions.

Our students love our unique and self-paced Learn-By-Doing training with instant assessment, and we’re sure you will too. The NCLab active learning process builds your knowledge and practical experience, both of which are needed to qualify for Data Analyst job openings.  That is very different from traditional passive learning that leaves graduates with knowledge but without the practical experience that is needed to qualify for Data Analyst job openings.

Our innovative and proven active learning approach gives you bite-sized tutoring and asks you to show that you have learned each concept by completing exercises before going on. Our Artificial Intelligence-based Progress Monitor verifies that exercises are done correctly and, if not, provides you feedback and guidance to ensure your success.

As you go through our interactive course materials, subject-matter experts are always available to provide timely help, when needed. 

When you complete your NCLab Data Analyst training, you’ll receive a “Data Analyst Career Certificate” and have a professional portfolio of real-world projects to demonstrate your qualifications to potential employers.


For this training, you should be comfortable with basic math and algebra operations, number systems, and data functions such as average and sum. A background in coding is helpful but not required. 


What do Data Analysts do?

Due to the explosion of the internet and technology, every enterprise now collects vast amounts of information including sales, costs, market research, logistics, organizational efficiencies and many other areas.   But unlike the past, enterprises are now challenged with significant and growing data overload and have significant difficulty figuring out what to do with all this information as the old ways of assessing and analyzing the information do not work well.

To address data overload and make enterprises dramatically more efficient and effective, the role of Data Analysts was created.    Simply said, a Data Analyst is a professional who collects, processes and performs analyses on an enterprise’s huge quantities of information to help the enterprise understand the information, draw conclusions and thus make better and faster business decisions.

Why are enterprises searching for qualified Data Analysts?

Because virtually all enterprises have now reached “data overload”, they need Data Analysts to help them make sense of the massive amounts of information so that management can make better and faster decisions. There has been a 344% increase in demand for Data Analysts between 2013 and 2019.   Hence the problem for enterprises not having enough qualified candidates becomes an opportunity for those who pursue a Data Analysts career.

How much can I earn as a Data Analyst?

According to, Data Analyst total cash compensation in 2019, which includes base, and annual incentives, can vary anywhere from $68,162 to $88,919, with the average total cash compensation being $78,413.

How long does it take to complete this training?

The Data Analytics Career Training program is 280 to 360 completion hours, depending on whether or not you have programming experience. The learning is completely self-paced and the online training format allows you the flexibility to study as much or as little as your schedule allows — you will set your pace and finish on your own timeline.

What if I don’t have enough time to complete the courses within the time frame allocated?

You are provided 6 months to complete each course in the series. If you need extra time to complete a particular course, 2-month extensions are available for purchase.

What kind of support will I receive?

You will have a team of subject matter experts available to you via email and chat box to answer any questions you may have and to make sure you are always on track.

What happens when I complete my training?

Upon successful completion of the training, you’ll be awarded a “Data Analyst Career Certificate” and have a professional portfolio of real-world projects to demonstrate your qualifications to potential employers. Interestingly, distance employment is gaining acceptance in the Data Analytics field and it allows you to work in place, independent of where you live.

When can I start the program?

This training is open enrollment, so you can register and start your first course as soon as you are ready, and you control the speed of completion.

How can I get additional information about this program?

To learn more about the details of the training, you’ll want to look at our Added Details. There, you will find the syllabuses, a video that shows our unique learn-by-doing approach in action, and you’ll learn more about NCLab, the company behind this training program.