Who should attend Power BI Course?

  • Developers who wish to upskill and add Data visualization and Power BI certification to their profile/resume
  • Business Analysts who wish to work on Data Science and Business Analytics projects
  • Project Managers who would like to manage the data science and business analytics projects
  • Any other professional who would like to upskill

What you'll learn in Microsoft BI Certification

In this course, you will learn the importance of data in business and the power of visual story telling

  • The data analytics concepts and life cycle with real-life use cases
  • Importance of Data visualization and its role in Business decisions
  • Using data analysis to help organization make better business decisions
  • Creating powerful and interactive dashboards
  • Connecting to various data sources, data manipulation and cleaning
  • Using Power BI Desktop, Power BI Q&A, Custom visuals, DAX basics, Power BI integrations and more.

Why you should choose this course?


Real-life Power BI Case studies

The course not only covers “How to” of each visualization and dashboards but goes beyond that. We cover several real-life case studies from the Industry to discuss how Data visualizations have helped organizations across the World.


Application of visualizations in real-life scenarios

It is important to learn how to create a doughnut chart, but is that enough? Absolutely not, you should also understand when to use doughnut? Which chart type should be used to compare data or see trend lines or to solve a business problem? This course will help you learn the usage of data visualization in real-life scenarios.


Interview preparation and Resume assistance

Our course will also help you in preparing for job interviews with one-to-one mock interview and detailed feedback session. Our team will also assist you in giving you feedback on your resume so that you can make it industry ready....READ MORE

Power BI Training Preview

Power BI Course and Certification
Power BI and Business Intelligence
Introduction to Data Analysis
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Power BI Certification Syllabus

Module 1: Introduction to Power Bl and Business Intelligence
1 Introduction to Business Intelligence
2 Why Business Intelligence
3 Characteristics of Business Intelligence
4 Introduction to Data Analytics
5 Types of Data Analytics
6 Data Analytics Life cycle
7 Data Visualization in Data Analytics
8 Introduction to Data Visualization
9 Overview of Self-Service BI
10 Power BI Overview
Module 2: Getting started with Power BI
1 Power BI Environment
2 Components of Power BI
3 Architecture of Power BI
4 Power BI product portfolio
5 Connecting to Data sources in Power BI
Module 3: Data loading and transformation in Power BI
1 Data load in Power BI
2 Introduction to Query Editor
3 Working with columns
4 Addressing errors
5 Adding a calculated column
6 Ordering Columns
Module 4: Power BI Data Model
1 Overview of Data Modelling
2 Why use data model?
3 Introduction to Schema
4 Star Schema
5 Snowflake Schema
6 Galaxy Schema
7 Fact Constellation Schema
8 Managing data relationship in Power BI
9 Overview of Cardinality
10 Cross filter Direction
Module 5: Data Analysis Expressions (DAX)
1 Introduction to DAX
2 Functions in DAX
3 DAX Syntax
4 Creating Measures
5 Adding measures in Report
6 Introduction to Calculated tables
7 Creating Calculated tables
8 DAX Operators
9 DAX parameter naming
Module 6: Interactive Data Visualizations
1 Types of visualizations in Power BI
2 Clustered Column Chart
3 Matrix Visual
4 Pie Chart
5 Gauge Chart
6 Card Visual
7 Scatter Chart
8 Funnel Chart
9 Visual Map
10 Overview of Filters and Slicers
11 Filter pane
12 Adding Filters
13 Creating visuals Using Filters
14 Overview of Slicers
15 Creating a slicer
16 Overview of Bookmarks
17 Adding Bookmarks
18 Applying Bookmarks
Module 7: Publish and Share Using Power BI Services
1 Introduction to Power BI Service
2 Elements of Power BI service
3 Building blocks of Power BI
4 Dashboards in Power BI
5 Reports in Power BI
6 Workspaces, Capacities and Data sets
7 Working with Workspaces in Power BI
8 Publishing Reports on Power BI Service
9 Creating Power BI Dashboard
Module 8: Power BI Dashboard and Custom Visuals
1 Creating Dashboards from reports
2 Working with Dashboard Tiles
3 Customize the URL and Title
4 Configuring a dashboard
5 Sharing Dashboards in Power BI
6 Enabling Natural Language Queries
7 Filtering content in Dashboard
8 Best practices in Dashboard
9 Scheduling refresh for
10 Overview of Custom Visuals
11 Getting Custom visuals
12 Developing Custom visuals in Power BI (module 4)
Module 9: Creating and Publishing Power BI Apps
1 Overview of Power BI Mobile App
2 Features of Power BI Mobile Apps
3 Create reports for Mobile View
4 Features of Mobile view layout
5 Publishing an app in Power BI
6 Accessing an app in Power BI
7 Updating an App
Module 10: Power BI APIs, Power BI Embedded & SSAS
1 Overview of Power BI API
3 Pushing data into datasets using Power BI APIs
4 Overview of Power BI Embedded
5 How to embed content
6 Overview of SSAS
7 Connecting SSAS Model
8 Gateways
Module 11: Data Security and Administering Power BI
1 Data security capabilities in Power BI
2 Overview of Row level security (RLS)
3 Roles and Rules
4 Defining and validating roles
5 Power BI admin portal overview
6 Settings in Admin portal
Course project
Retail Store chain transformation

Business Intelligence (BI) tools are adopted by more and more companies in the current environment that requires companies to operate as efficiently as possible. The case study investigates a BI adoption in a retail chain. Based on qualitative research methods, it analyses the Business Intelligence life cycle; it evaluates factors impacting the adoption from the Diffusion of Innovations perspective.

The present study tried to help the upcoming retail store to solve the problem of transformation from traditional way of doing business to the digital way. Automate the data collection where available and create integrated set of dashboards that will free up time for the business analysts to get away from some report production time and spend more time on analysis that will greatly benefit the business in the long-term.

Microsoft Power BI Certification

At the end you will get Power BI Course Certification from Techcanvass and assessment report on your assignment and projects In order to get certification of completion:

  • Submit the all class assignment
  • Complete and submit training project

Microsoft Power BI Certification Course Fees

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Expires in 04 D 05 H 54 M 50 S

  • Live online training (Weekends)
  • 4 weekends course
  • TechEdge portal access – 1 year
  • Case study
  • Course Projects
  • Matchmaking exercises
  • Drills for Preparation

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Power BI Certification Training FAQ

How many days it will take to learn power bi?

If you know basic of data analytics, business intelligence, excel, you can learn Power BI quickly. If you plan properly, it takes around 1 to 1.5 months of dedicated learning and practice to learn Power BI.

Is coding required for power bi?

Coding is not required to learn Power BI. But, prior knowledge in Excel will help you to learn faster. Knowledge of SQL is not necessary, but useful.

What skills are needed for power bi?

Prior knowledge in Excel will help you to learn faster. Knowledge of SQL is not necessary, but useful.

What language does Power BI use?

DAX, which is a library of functions and operators that can be combined to build formulas and expressions and similar to excel, Power Query Formula Language /M which is a query language optimized for building queries that mashup data, Multi-Dimensional Expressions (MDX) which is the standard language defined by Microsoft to query multidimensional cubes created with Microsoft SQL Server Analysis Services, SQL, R, and Python.

How much does power bi cost?

Power BI is available different versions - Power BI Free, Power BI Pro ($9.99 per user) and Power BI Premium ($20 per user and $4995 per capacity). You can find more information here.

Is Microsoft Power BI easy to learn?

Power BI is easy to learn, but a structured approach is necessary. Basic knowledge of excel and SQL will be added advantage. Also, practicing case studies can help understand how to use different aspects fully and correctly.

What is Microsoft Power BI used for?

Power BI is a cloud based business intelligence platform provided by Microsoft using which we can create interactive visualizations to explain insights. It can fetch data from multiple sources, parse it, apply algorithms and form relationships between data, present insights visually in forms of graphs and generate reports for future analysis.

Is Power BI good for big data?

Power BI users can incorporate big data (structured and unstructured), including web analytics and information generated by Internet of Things (IoT) deployments, and huge volumes of data into their models, dashboards and reports.

What is the benefit of power bi?

Some benefits include:

You can create and securely share interactive data visualizations across global datacenters.
Accelerate big data prep with Azure.
You can create rich personalized dashboards to present insights effectively and support decision-making.
No memory and speed constraints because of cloud based environment.
Can connect to wide range of data sources.
Integrates across multiple platforms and devices.
Use simple sentences to run report queries.

Can I use Power BI for free?

Yes, Power BI has a free version and you can access basic features. You can connect to 70+ data sources, analyze data, publish to the web, export to excel and much more.

1 How can I learn Microsoft Power BI?

You can learn Power BI independently or through a classroom/online course which will provide a more structured method to study along with real life case studies to understand it in depth.


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