Recently we were involved in creating and delivering a course on Banking Analytics for one of our customers.
The course was designed in such a way to have multiple channels for delivery. It was to be hosted on a learning management system so that interested people could take it at their own time and pace. It was also available as instructor led class room-based training.
This course is part of our Banking Analytics workshop offering. The purpose of this workshop is to enrich the participants with the Analytics possibilities in addressing the challenges they face in their work. You can get more details of our offering at – http://pexitics.com/analytics/resources/ and also contact us as email@example.com for further queries.
The engagement involved creating content on the banking processes and case studies around solving different problems using R/RStudio. The banking process’s around these banking area were briefly covered –
The case studies in the above banking process was subdivided into these categories to cover and introduce different statistical methods –
All the case studies followed the “DCOVA and I” methodology.
We used DCOVA & I framework to solve the case studies. In this framework analytics problem is broken down into these steps –
For solving business problems, just collecting data and running statistical operations on them is not sufficient. DCOVA with I is what will result in an accelerated positive change and strengthening of a competitive edge.
The case studies were designed in such a way as to cover quite a few concepts including –
In this training, we solved over thirty case studies. All the case studies were solved using R/RStudio using DCOVA & I framework. I have briefly described some of the case studies here –
For hosting the course into learning management system, we had to do a video recording of the course.
The course was recorded at our customers’ studio. Most of the course was recorded by Subhashini and Reuben (the Founders of Pexitics ).
I was involved in recording for one case study which was missed out initially. I found this activity to be the most challenging part in the whole engagement. For me, teaching in an empty room facing a monitor was not easy.
After this experience, my only experience in taking courses on LMS, I appreciate more the instructors on the MOOC courses.
If you want to know more about how we can train your team in Banking analytics, get in touch with me at firstname.lastname@example.org