Day 3: Statistics for HR Professionals

The Statistics in HR Professionals course is designed for anyone interested in applying statistical tests as a means to achieving actionable HR insights.

Develop in-demand skills and learn to drive better people decisions.

Advance Your Career in HR starting today.

Transform your career by preparing for a truly strategic role. Learn how to implement data-driven HR practices throughout your organisation and become the most important link between HR and “the business”.
By determining the impact of people-related decisions and policies you show business leaders which levers they need to pull in order to boost business performance. You can now obtain a unique skill that will benefit both your organisation and your career.
Through our practical workshops at the HR Analytics Institute we equip you with the analytical skills to apply in your day to day work as an HR Professional.
Our workshops are accredited by the South African Board of People Practices (SABPP) and our online courses are presented in partnership with Analytics in HR (AIHR) Netherlands.

Be the “HR Business Partner” you have always wanted to be through our programmess. Get the sit on the table and speak the language of the business.

Statistics for HR Professionals

The Statistics for HR professionals course teaches you essential statistical knowledge including key concepts like probability and significance. When you apply these skills to solve the right problems, you will be able to create unique results and play a pivotal role in translating HR data into value-adding insights.

Even if you don’t have any experience crunching numbers and running statistical tests, this course will get you up to speed in no time. Upon completion, you will be able to quickly test practical hypotheses, know when to apply a certain type of statistical test, and how to interpret its outcomes.

Learning objectives

  • Learn the core concepts of statistics and how to apply them within HR.
  • Create actionable insights by grasping the concept of statistical significance and the different types of variables.
  • Acquire the knowledge to carry out unbiased sampling and develop a solid understanding of probability.
  • Learn statistical tests such as correlation analysis, T-test, and ANOVA.

What will you learn

  • Introduction to statistics
  • Measures of central tendency
  • Spread of data
  • Plots, charts, outliers
  • Sampling & bias
  • Probability
  • Hypothesis & significance
  • Dependent & Independent variables
  • Correlation Analysis
  • T-test
  • ANOVA

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