Yunus Center AIT is excited to announce the launch of the AIT Analytics Academy, offering two immersive, learning-by-doing professional programs in Data Analytics and Cyber Security. Developed in collaboration with industry- leaders Socratic Arts (Cybersecurity) and XTOL (Data Analytics), the programs will offer prospective trainees a student- centred learning approach that is action oriented and story based. This will provide a distinct cutting-edge and future-oriented methodology that boosts the strong foundations set by the online curriculum, whilst also providing a unique offering, providing trainees with valuable and employable real-world skills.

Yunus Center AIT will be hosting online information sessions on 31st July and 28th August ahead of the inaugural classes starting 18th September.
Register your interest at analyticsacademy@ait.ac.th

Please view the presentations embedded in the links below for more information on the courses.

Data Analytics 
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Nearly all businesses collect data about their operations and examine this data for insight into performance improvement. As the amount of business data becomes increasingly large, insights from the data can no longer be effectively derived manually. Skilled data analytics practitioners are needed to exploit the data’s potential and drive the improvements that keep companies competitive.

These critical situations have created an unprecedented opportunity for people seeking to transition to careers in cyber security and data analytics. Businesses need people who are ready to work on Day 1 – and they simply aren’t getting them.
The AIT Analytics Academy Data Analytics Program provides an immersive real- world experience using proven Story-Centered Curriculum and learning by doing designed by Learning Science pioneers.

Cyber Security 
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Cybercrime will cost the world $6 trillion by 2021 – and there simply aren’t enough skilled cyber security professionals to counter the threat:
● “The Demand for [cybersecurity] workforce is expected to rise to 6 million [globally] by 2019, with a projected shortfall of 1.5 million.” – Michael Brown, CEO at Symantec.
● Cybersecurity Ventures forecasts that there will be 3.5 million unfilled positions by 2021.
● The unemployment rate for skilled professionals dropped to 0% in 2016 and is holding steady.
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The AIT Analytics Academy Cyber Security Program is a progression of two courses designed to impart a strong foundation of defensive information security skills in 15 weeks of full-time study. Development of the 100% project-based, learn-by-doing program was funded by the US Department of Defense (under agreement C5-16-0023), and the curriculum was designed in conjunction with US DoD-selected experts.

Contact:
analyticsacademy@ait.ac.th

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