Teaching statistics to blackbelts
presenter: Roland Caulcutt
course date: 12 January 2011
venue: Errol Street, London EC1
Course aimed at:
Anyone involved in the training of blackbelts, including consultants, blackbelts, master blackbelts, and statisticians. Attendees will take away new ideas on teaching and learning, proven procedures, data analysis exercises and business simulations.
Topics covered in this one day workshop include: What is a blackbelt? What does the organisation expect from blackbelts? What skills do blackbelts need? Which statistical techniques are most used by blackbelts?
It also examines how best to teach statistics to blackbelts with short lectures,interactive simulations; data analysis exercises and presentation of conclusions, with the focus on graphics rather than mathematics.
Roland Caulcutt has trained hundreds of blackbelts and greenbelts in several large organisations. He has written several books on the application of statistics in business and industry. Reviewers of these books comment on the author’s exceptional ability to communicate with non-statisticians.
More information and to register
Go to http://www.rss.org.uk/main.asp?group=&page=1321&event=1215&month=1&year=2011&date