training & Enablement

Analytics engineering with dbt – level 100

This course provides the solid foundational skills required for analytics engineering using dbt (data build tool). It’s for anyone who works with data, regardless of analytical background. This course is for the beginning dbt user. You'll learn essential dbt concepts, techniques for simple and complex transformations, tests and governance to build your first data models.

Who should join this training ?

Our three-days level 100 training for analytics engineers is the perfect starting point for dbt. 

Taught by experienced analytics engineers. Integrated working sessions for hands-on exploration of dbt features. 

Delivery & prerequisites

Training & Workshop Program

Day 1

dbt Core

Day 2

dbt Core

Day 3

DataOps & dbt Cloud

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