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Non-Accredited Training Applied Statistics

Overview

This program will give you the skills and understanding to analyse statistics for your own or for an organisation's needs. You can choose to study one or more units in a flexible individualised learning environment.

Qualification: Non-Accredited Training - Applied Statistics
Program No: XA-FE02
Campus: CIT Reid 
Duration: Part-time, online or mixed online/classroom tutorials, self-paced. Duration dependents of number of subjects selected, the student's prerequisite skills and knowledge, and the hours/week of study.
Likely Job Outcome: Professional development.
Application Type: Register Your Interest
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Entry Requirements / How to Apply

Descriptive Statistical Analysis, a subject which is part of this program, provides you with the underpinning skills and knowledge for success in the other subjects included in this program. You will be required to study this subject before undertaking other subjects unless you are able to demonstrate the skills and knowledge it contains. It may be that this is the only subject that you choose to study.

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Transition Information

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Subject Information

Core - complete 1 subject

Not all subjects are available at all times. Availability depends on student demand.
  • Descriptive statistical analysis
    • CIT Code: MATH229
      Cost: $440
      Description: This subject provides an introduction to statistics by describing methods of collecting, processing and displaying data so that its properties may be illustrated and reasonable conclusions drawn.
      Prerequisites: Nil
  • Linear regression and correlation
    • CIT Code: MATH222
      Cost: $440
      Description: This subject formally introduces the student to the idea of the 'line of best fit' for bivariate data and enables them to use the concept of correlation to judge the strength of the linear relationship between two variables. Students will learn to determine whether a linear relationship exists between empirical variables, estimate the parameters for the relationship, determine the strength of association between the variables, and make interpretations and predictions from a consideration of the results of the statistical analysis and the data.
      Prerequisites: Nil
  • Analysis of variance (one way)
    • CIT Code: MATH223
      Cost: $440
      Description: This subject introduces the student to the idea of analysis of variance and its applications.
      Prerequisites: Nil
  • Exponential and logarithmic functions
    • CIT Code: MATH224
      Cost: $440
      Description: This subject is to prepare students for the algebra and calculation skills they will require in the `time series and index numbers' subject.
      Prerequisites: Nil
  • Time series and index numbers
    • CIT Code: MATH225
      Cost: $440
      Description: This subject is to introduce the concepts of time series and index numbers, to develop computational skills with the relevant formulae, and gain an appreciation of how these concepts are utilised.
      Prerequisites: MATH222 Linear regression and correlation
      MATH224 Exponential and logarithmic functions
  • Multiple regression and correlation
    • CIT Code: MATH226
      Cost: $440
      Description: This subject extends simple regression and simple correlation by investigating relationships that may exist involving three or more variables. The student is introduced to a range of multiple regression and correlation techniques which facilitate the solution of practical problems.
      Prerequisites: Nil
  • Experimental design and multi-way analysis of variance
    • CIT Code: MATH227
      Cost: $880
      Description: There are advantages to be obtained in experimenting with several factors at the one time. This subject extends one-way analysis of variance to two-way and higher-way experiments and provides the student with the techniques to analyse and design such experiments.
      Prerequisites: Nil
  • Forecasting
    • CIT Code: MATH228
      Cost: $880
      Description: Forecasting is an estimation of the future based on the past and a judgement of the future. Hence forecasting is an important aspect of decision making and so is relevant to all vocational areas.
      Prerequisites: MATH222 Linear regression and correlation
      MATH225 Time series and index numbers

Related Courses

Certificate IV Laboratory Techniques MSL40116
Certificate III Laboratory Skills MSL30116

More Information

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