Tableau Desktop Training
Moyo were the first certified training partner of Tableau Software in South Africa. Each course is run by a certified and experienced Tableau Software instructor following the official training manuals, for optimum business efficiency. We offer 3 courses which are available on-site or at Moyo’s head office in Centurion.
Desktop I: Fundamentals
This course is designed for the beginner to intermediate-level Tableau user. It is for anyone who works with data – regardless of technical or analytical background. This course is designed to help you understand and use the important concepts and techniques in Tableau to move from simple to complex visualisations and learn how to combine them in interactive dashboards.
Desktop II: Intermediate
This course is designed to provide you with the skills required to become a Tableau power user. It’s made for the professional who has solid working experience with Tableau and wants to take it to the next level. You should have a deep understanding of all the fundamental concepts of building worksheets and dashboards but may scratch your head when working with more complex issues.
Requires completion of Desktop I (or similar experience).
Desktop III: Advanced
Do you want to be an advanced Tableau user creating impactful visualisations? In this course, you’ll learn how to get the most out of Tableau Desktop by diving into calculations and applying them to real world scenarios. This will help you understand when a table calculation, calculation or LOD should be used and when they overlap. You’ll get a better understanding of how to artfully prepare and organise your visualisations. This will be done through specific scenarios around analysing time, geographic, and survey data. By the end of this course you’ll have a better grasp of advanced building techniques and calculations for creating innovative analysis and dashboards.
This is an advanced-level class. Students must have a solid understanding of calculations in Tableau before attending this class. It is highly recommended that students have mastered Desktop I and Desktop II or the equivalent concepts and skills before attending Desktop III.