Code: BSBSS00092

Manage Big Data Skill Set

Manage Big Data Skill Set

Overview

Campus

Western Australia

Duration

4-6 Months

Start date

TBA

This skill set addresses the skills and knowledge to manage big data for a range of purposes in a broad range of workplaces and industries.

BSBSS00092 – Manage Big Data Skill Set

As mentioned on the MySkills website:

This skill set addresses the skills and knowledge to manage big data for a range of purposes in a broad range of workplaces and industries.

Statement of Attainment

These units of competency from BSB Business Services Training Packages meet industry requirements for those required to manage big data.

Eligible students Criteria:

As mentioned on the NT Government below.

Free Training Courses

You can apply if you’re:

  • a job seeker – an individual who is out of work
  • receiving an income support payment – find out more on the Services Australia website
  • underemployed – employed on a casual or part time basis, and working less than 35 hours per week, and willing and able to work additional hours
  • a school leaver or young person – 17 to 24 years old regardless of employment status.

You must also:

  • be an NT resident
  • be an Australian citizen or have permanent residency
  • have the skills and capabilities to undertake training and to actively engage in employment.

Course Fee: The Course Fee will be covered through the NT Government JobTraining Fund grant, which means eligible students will pay $0.00 for this particular Course.

JobTrainer program

The JobTrainer program supports job seekers and young people to upskill or reskill with free and low cost training courses.

These courses will include full qualifications and skills sets in identified areas of skill needs.

Eligible participants can complete more than one short course.

Who can apply

You can apply if you’re:

  • a job seeker – an individual who is out of work
  • receiving an income support payment – find out more on the Services Australia website
  • underemployed – employed on a casual or part time basis, and working less than 35 hours per week, and willing and able to work additional hours
  • a school leaver or young person – 17 to 24 years old regardless of employment status.

You must also:

  • be an NT resident
  • be an Australian citizen or have permanent residency
  • have the skills and capabilities to undertake training and to actively engage in employment.

Who can’t apply

You can’t apply if you’re:

  • a school student or under 17 years old
  • an individual who is employed full-time and over 24 years old.

How to apply

View the courses below. To enrol or for more information about a course, please

Email at: info@learningpotential.com.au

Course details can be viewed on the LPI website: www.learningpotential.com.au

Units included in this Skill Set

Code Title
BSBXBD405 Develop procedures for managing big data
BSBXBD408 Implement and review procedures for managing big data
BSBXBD407 Protect big data integrity

The Course Fee will be covered through the NT Government JobTraining Fund grant, which means eligible students will pay $0.00 for this particular Course.

Please contact the Learning Potential International team.

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