Optional Training


Additional courses are available once you have received access to EBI. 

Additional Training Opportunities

Instructor-Led Courses

Various instructor-led courses are offered throughout the year. You must complete the prerequisite eLearning course prior to attending any of the instructor-led courses. NOTE: Attending an instructor-led course will not grant you access to EBI. 

Emory Business Intelligence Reporting (260351)

This instructor-led classroom training covers practical knowledge of how to run and retrieve Emory Business Intelligence (EBI) reports, including selecting prompts, saving customizations, drilling to see more specific data, and exporting data in various formats.

Location:  1599 Clifton Road building, rm 1.380

Dates & Times:  To be announced. 

Compass Outreach Session - Emory Business Intelligence (260725)

Join the EBI team for an overview of the EBI reporting tool, available reporting options, customizing reports, and various tips and tricks about the tool.

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Location:  Varies. Check ELMS for details.

Dates & Times: TBA 

Personalized Training

If you are interested in scheduling a small group session of 3-5 people at your location, please contact us via the Finance Support Center.

In this session, we will work on personal customizations and answer any questions that are specific to your job function.

Log into ELMS and enter "Business Intelligence" in the Title field to see all EBI classes available in ELMS.

Emory Analytics Training Program

The Emory Analytics Training: Developer Course is a rigorous 12-week training program that enables users to develop localized reporting for their department or business unit. Participants will be trained in data governance, the report development process, analytic tools, and best practices. By the end of the program, participants will have completed a capstone project that meets a reporting need in their area and will have the skills to develop analytic reports for future needs.

Graduates of the program become Certified Analytic Report Developers (CARDs) and join the Emory Analytics Network, a community in practice for staff engaged in analytics from across campus.

This program is offered periodically throughout the year.  Please check back for future program dates.  

Who should apply?

The ideal candidate for the program will possess or demonstrate the ability to learn the following skills/characteristics:

Required Skills:

  • Analytics and reporting should be a component of their regular job, part of their professional development plan, and/or an emerging business need in their organization.
  • Demonstrated experience with the organizational business process to be analyzed and the underlying data.
    •  Example:
      • Business process = Student recruitment vs. enrollment
      • Underlying data = OPUS enrollment data combined with organization's internal recruitment and application system
    •  Example:
      • Business Process = Faculty recruitment cost vs. hire rate
      • Underlying data = Financial records in Compass detailing recruitment expenses combined with applicant data and new faculty count
  • Familiarity with currently available reporting for that business process.
  • Willingness to work with stakeholders at a variety of levels within the organization.
  • Be intellectually curious, adaptable, detail oriented
  • Comfortable working with technology and openness to learning new tools

Preferred skills:

  • Ability to translate business questions asked by stakeholders into meaningful analytic reporting
  • Ability to grasp complex processes or systems
  • Creative
  • Logical
  • Experience with analytics tools (i.e. Tableau, Power BI, Oracle)

Attendance:

  • Applicants MUST be available to attend all training dates in person. 

What is the Capstone Project?

The Capstone Project should address a business concern specific to the school/unit of the applicant that is not met by the current EBI reporting system. Projects should be defined, developed, and submitted with collaboration between the applicant, their sponsor/supervisor, and their CBO or equivalent.

If accepted, the applicant will present their Capstone Project to the Emory Analytics Network at a graduation event at the end of the program.

How do I apply?

Applications are required and should be approved by the applicants sponsor/supervisor prior to submission.

When is the application deadline?

Please check back in the future for additional program dates and deadlines.


Questions?

Contact the Analytics & Reporting team via the Finance Support Center and choose Emory Business Intelligence/Reporting for your ticket Category.