Learn to present data trends in visual format

Visual Data with Microsoft power BI

In London, Milton Keynes, Portsmouth and 3 other venues

£ 201-500
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Important information

Typology Short course
Level Beginner
Location At 6 venues
Duration 1 Day

If you want to learn more about Microsoft Power BI to create visual data charts, then this course offered by Emagister and imparted by PCWorkshops is for you!
This programme aims to create inspiring, interactive visual reports, interpreting data trends and business facts to decision makers.
At the beginning you’ll learn about the essential terminology used to describe the interface of MS Power BI, how to connect it with your data and displaying it in different types of charts.

Furthermore, you’ll understand how to create basic calculations including columns and measures, DAX calculations, quick measures, functions for dates, maths and strings, and others.

In addition to that you’ll get learn to create final presentations, including reports and created dashboards! All of this will boost your skills at the same time it will help supporting your arguments with valuable data visualisation.

The programme includes MS Power BI certification and courses and exercises in order to prepare you for the evaluation.

So, if you want to learn more, don’t hesitate to contact PCWorkshops through Emagister.co.uk

Facilities (6)
Where and when



Birmingham (West Midlands)
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One Victoria Square, B1 1BD


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8 Duncannon Street, WC2N 4JF


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Manchester (Greater Manchester)
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Pall Mall, 82 King Street, M2 4WQ


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Milton Keynes (Buckinghamshire)
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Exchange House, 494 Midsummer Boulevard, MK9 2EA


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Portsmouth (Hampshire)
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Lakeside North Harbour Western Road Building 1000 Ground Floor, PO6 3EZ


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Southend-on-Sea (Essex)
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The Forum Southend, Elmer Square, SS1 1NS


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To take into account

· What are the objectives of this course?

Get to know the MS Power BI software to create visuals, connect, filter and transform data.

· Who is it intended for?

Data people

· Requirements

Some knowledge of data

· What marks this course apart?

Practical, in-depth, hands-on. To assist after the course, 1 free session for questions online MS Power BI Course via Skype or Teamviewer. Max group size on this MS Power BI Course is 4.

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Achievements for this centre


How do you get the CUM LAUDE seal?

All courses are up to date

The average rating is higher than 3.7

More than 50 reviews in the last 12 months

This centre has featured on Emagister for 3 years

What you'll learn on the course

Data Mining
Data Collection
Data marts
Data Types
Data Types
SQL queries
Excel Graphics
Data Types

Teachers and trainers (1)

Sarah Barnard
Sarah Barnard
Coder, Instructor

Java Coding, Beginner - Advanced, JDBA, Hibernate, Spring. OO Programming. Android Studio. Excel VBA. Cobol. Databases, MS SQL Server, Oracle 11g, MySQL, Access Database, Excel, MS Power BI, Tableau, SSRS, MS SQL Server Report Builder.

Course programme

Course Outline:
  • Connect to your data.
  • Understand MS POWER BI terminology and interface.


  • Creating visuals, Chart types, Geographic maps, Heat maps, Tree maps, Pie charts, bar charts and many other types of charts, Importing custom designs and custom chart types. Choosing suitable chart types.
  • Single measures, multiple measure, double axes, displaying dates, drilldown, sorting visuals. Analysis Lines. Filters and slicers.
  • Formatting visuals.

Working with the data

  • Preparing data using queries


  • Create calculated columns and measures.
  • Columns vs Measures.
  • Quick Measures.
  • Built-in Functions for dates, maths and strings.
  • DAX calculations.

Final presentation