INFORMS Analytics courses: Discrete-Event Simulation, Essential Practice Skills for Analytics Professionals
INFORMS Continuing Education courses are designed to enhance the skills for today’s analytics professionals. SPECIAL OFFER: Register now to save $350 on registration for the upcoming course Introduction to Monte Carlo and Discrete-Event Simulation, offered on May 28-29 in Washington, DC.
Education for Analytics Professionals: Upcoming Courses
Enhancing your skills to help your organizations successfully navigate the rapidly changing world of analytics is an important part of your careers. INFORMS continuing education courses are designed to do just that, by specifically helping you to better utilize the valuable tools at your disposal, taking a project from problem identification to solution implementation, and improving problem solving skills through exercises based on real-life scenarios.
INFORMS Continuing Education courses are two-day, hands-on courses designed for today’s analytics professionals. SPECIAL OFFER: Register today for Introduction to Monte Carlo and Discrete-Event Simulation and save $350 on registration. Contact Thedra White email@example.com to register and receive this special savings.
The Introduction to Monte Carlo and Discrete-Event Simulation course uses hands-on interactive sessions where participants will investigate the use of Monte Carlo simulation in decision-making and the use of discrete-event simulation to solve mathematically intractable problems in stochastic modeling. During the course, both open-source and state-of-the-art simulation software will be used, incorporating software written by the instructors. This is not a software training course nor does the course focus on one particular simulation language. Learn more.
The essential tools for solving real-world problems in businesses and other organizations are critical. Drawing on best practices from the field, this course helps analytics professionals add value from beginning to end: listening to clients, framing the central problem, scoping a project, defining metrics for success, creating a work plan, assembling data and expert sources, selecting modeling approaches, validating and verifying analytical results, communicating and presenting results to clients, driving organizational change, and assessing impact. Learn more.
Don’t miss these intensive hands-on courses that provide attendees with real take-away value. For detailed course information and to register visit www.informs.org/continuinged or contact Thedra White (firstname.lastname@example.org; +1-443-757-3570).