Level 3 Diploma in Applied Statistics has been designed to introduce learners to the purpose and aims of statistical analysis and the main statistical techniques that can be used within organisations. This will provide information and support decision making and an understanding of how statistics are used and may be misused in this context.
The units give learners the knowledge to identify and use relevant statistical information in a business context and to interpret and validate statistical information, identifying any bias, as well as to produce information of their own. They will learn the main statistical techniques used in business and when and how to apply them and they will gain an understanding of the use of ICT in supporting the collection and analysis of data. The knowledge of statistics will support learners in other areas of study relating to business such as marketing and finance.
The learners have to complete 4 mandatory to achieve the 60 credits.
L/618/4159 Unit 1 Introduction to Statistics
F/618/4160 Unit 2 Hypothesis Testing
J/618/4161 Unit 3 Statistics in Industry and Commerce
L/618/4162 Unit 4 ICT in Statistics
Online / Distance Learning / Part Time
£950+VAT for online learning
£3250 for Classroom-based learning
and / or under student visa route.
The intakes generally are in the 1st and 3rd week of every month, but you can join anytime
The Level 3 Diplomas within the IAP are designed to meet the needs of learners who are progressing from the study at Level 2, as well as those who are returning to learning
Learners aged 16 or over, who have recently been in education or training
5 or more GCSEs at grades C and above or Grade 4 and above
other related levels 2 subjects
other equivalent international qualifications.
Learners will need to have appropriate Level 2 standard in English and in particular Mathematics/Numeracy
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