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Cloud Computing

Cloud Computing Course:

• This online practical course will help you to make the transition to working in the cloud. You will set up virtual servers, work with cloud file storage, learn about a variety of cloud collaboration options, and much more.
• The training of cloud computing is necessary because it changes the role of company and user. And changes the IT as well as business workloads.
Before cloud computing we have to know what is cloud. The term Cloud refers to Internet or a network.In other words, we can tell that Cloud is something which is present at remote location. Cloud can provide services over network, which is on public or on private networks, that is, WAN, LAN or VPN.
“Cloud computing” term is used to refer to a model of network computing where a program (application) runs on connected server/servers rather than on a local computing device such as a PC, tablet or Smartphone.
What are the requirements Cloud Computing?
• Some external reading to be convinced that cloud is everywhere.
• Passion to learn
What am I going to get from this course?
• Over 8 lectures and 1 hour of content!
• To understand cloud computing in general, architecturally, business applications and be able to traverse in the industry with the concepts which drive the business in almost all fields today.
What is the target audience?
• Students
• Sales Professionals
• Anyone who wants to learn cloud computing to begin with

Course Curriculum

Section 1: Overview of Cloud Computing
Section 2: Cloud Evolution, Architecture and Reference Model with Framework
Section 3: Virtualization – Key to Effective Cloud Services, Quiz on Module III
Section 4: The Implementation Model of Cloud Computing
Section 5: Security in Cloud Computing
Section 6: Privacy in Cloud Computing
Section 7: Evaluting Cloud Service Provider

Course Content : 18 Training Video's

 

NOTE :

The course content only training module and to avail certification, the candidate has to appear for our online diploma certification exam for respective subject. The certificates are issued under "Maharashtra Technical & Self Employment Training Society" approved by Government of India, International Standard ISO Certification. The examination fees shall be additional Rs. 1,999/-

Business Analytics using R

What is Analytics?

Analytics is the process of transforming converting data into insight for making better decisions. Business analytics is comprised of solutions which can be used to build analysis models and predict future business states. Business analytics can be focussed on internal or external processes. Business analytics involves the use of statistical techniques, information system software and operation research methodologies to explore the trends in data. There are different type of analytics which could be of great help to organizations.

What is R?
R serves as an alternative to traditional SPSS and SAS packages. R is an open source programming language which works in different environment. This is mostly used for predictive analysis and data visualization. R is widely used in Academic and research centres as well as in many business organizations. R is also commonly used by statisticians and data analysts for developing statistical software and data analysis.

Why Analytics is Important?
• Business analytics can be used to get deeper insight into the business data
• Business analytics can be used to automate and optimize business processes
• Because of using business analytics data is treated as a corporate asset so that it can be used for competitive advantage
• By using analytics you can find new patterns and know why certain results occurred in the business
• Business analytics will help you to forecast the future events of a business

Business Analytics using R Course Objectives
After the completion of this course you will be able to
• Understand the basics of R programming
• Know the usage of R programming in business analytics
• Apply several data importing techniques in R
• Have a deeper understanding of concepts like classification, regression, time series, sentiment analysis
• Get all the skills required to analyze large sets of data and develop solutions which will help in decision making

Pre Requisites for taking this course
The pre requisites includes basic statistical knowledge. Knowledge in Mathematics is an added advantage in taking up this course.

Target Audience for this course
This course is meant for all those who are interested in working in the analytics field and are keen to improve their technical skills. This course is also excellent for all those who wanted to become data analysts in the near future.

Business Analytics using R Course
Section 1: Business Analytics Using R

Business Analytics using R
R is used in business analytics for the analysis, exploration and simplification of large highly complicated data sets. R takes care of some of the most commonly performed tasks in a business. This topic covers what is business analytics and how r helps in business analytics in brief.

Normal Distribution
This chapter will help you to understand what is a normal distribution, its description and details, the usage of normal distribution in R, the arguments of normal distribution and the values of normal distribution. It also explains the functions of normal distribution. The normal distribution is explained with few examples like SAT and birth weights for your easy understanding.
dNorm, pNorm, qNorm
In this chapter we will discuss the following topics
• The normal density and the density curve with the R-function named dnorm (density).
• The cumulative normal distribution function with the R-function named pnorm (probability).
• The Quantiles with the R-function named qnorm (quantile).
Understanding Estimation
In this chapter of the tutorial you will see how to compute the estimates in R based on simple random data. The steps are easily explained using built-in data frame called surveys. The section also covers the following topics
• Point estimate of population mean
• Interval estimate of population mean with known variance
• Interval estimate of population mean with unknown variance
• Sampling size of population mean
• Point estimate of population proportion
• Interval estimate of population proportion
• Sampling size of population proportion

Properties of Good Estimators

This topic will list you all the qualities of a good estimator and how to become a potential estimator.
Central Limit Theorem
Here you will learn
The simulations of the central limit theorem to demonstrate that the distribution of the sample mean is approximately normal for large sample size. It also tells you when the central limit theorem should be used. The central limit theorem is explained with examples. Constructing a histogram using such theorem is explained in detail with example.
Kurtosis
Under this chapter you will learn what is kurtosis ? what is its formula ? types of kurtosis like platykurtic, leptokurtic and mesokurtic. Examples are given along with the solution for easy understanding.
Confidence Intervals for the Mean
Confidence intervals can be calculated from a Normal Distribution, t distribution and many t distributions. This section deals with how to use R to find confidence intervals and sampling confidence intervals in R. The commands for finding confidence interval is explained with examples and with histograms.
t-distribution
This section involves the meaning of t distribution, how student t distribution is derived, what is the formula of student t distribution and the functions that generate the values of t distribution. The commands of t distribution are explained with examples.
Section 2: Examples, Testing and Forecasting
R Examples
This chapter provides a brief introduction to R and explains collection of R code snippets with explanations for each. Such examples include the following sections under it Basics, Functions, Countdown, User Input, Reading files, Probability and Statistics, Regression and Time Series Analysis.
Standard error of the mean
This chapter explains what is standard error of mean, when to use standard error and how to compute the standard error of the mean in R. An example is given to make you understand the concept easily
Downloading the Package
The directory where the R packages are stored is called Library. R comes with a set of standard packages. This chapter will help you to learn the step by step procedure to install the packages, Install packages without root access and setting the repository. This section also contains the steps to create your own package and add packages to R.
Sample Differences
This is a chapter on statistical inference about difference between two population proportions in R. This is explained with examples which contains a problem and its solution.
Hypothesis Generation and Testing
In this section the procedure of hypothesis testing in R is explained in detail. It includes the following topics
• Type 1 error
• Significance level
• One sided P value
• Lower Tail test of Population Mean with known variance
• Lower Tail test of Population Mean with unknown variance
• Upper Tail test of Population Mean with known variance
• Upper Tail test of Population Mean with unknown variance
• Two Tailed test of Population Mean with known variance
• Two Tailed test of Population Mean with unknown variance
• Lower Tail test of Population proportion
• Upper Tail test of Population proportion
• Two Tailed test of Population proportion
Power & Sample Size
Power analysis is an crucial aspect of experimental design. This section will tell you how the sample size is determined using the power analysis. It gives an overview of power analysis and sample determination with examples.
Calculating the Z value
This chapter includes the meaning for Z score, what value it represents and how Z score is calculated. An example is given to demonstrate how it is calculated and used in R.
Forecasting
This chapter contains the following sections under it
• Getting started – This topic contains definition of forecasting, planning and goals, determining what to forecast, Forecasting methods, Steps in forecasting, exercises and case studies.
• Forecaster’s toolbox – Forecast Packages in R, graphics, evaluating forecast accuracy, prediction intervals
• Judgemental forecasts – Key principles, Delphi method, New product forecasting, Judgemental adjustments
• Exponential smoothing – Simple exponential smoothing, Double exponential smoothing, Holt’s linear trend method, Exponential trend method, Damped trend method, Exercises
• ARIMA models – This topic covers Stationarity and differencing, Backshift notation, Autoregressive models, Moving average models, Non seasonal ARIMA models, ARIMA modelling in R, Seasonal ARIMA models, Exercises and examples.
• Advanced forecasting methods – Dynamic regression models, Vector auto regressions, Neural network models, Forecasting hierarchical.
Time Series Analysis Applications
Under this chapter you will learn What is time series analysis, how to read time series data, how to plot time series data, what are the components of time series and how to separate it. All these topics are explained with case studies and examples.
Observation Components
This explains what is principal component analysis, its usage, arguments, details, values and how to perform a Principal Component Analysis in R using examples.
Traditional Approaches
This topic lets you learn how to implement the traditional statistical methods using R. R also converts the traditional scripting languages within it.
ARIMA Steps
Here you will know the step by step procedure of forecasting using ARIMA modelling in R. It is explained with case studies.
Section 3: Understanding Visualizations
R Visualization
One of the most appealing things in R is its ability to create data visualizations with just a few lines of code. This chapter is a comprehensive guide to data visualization in R. The chapter starts with a brief introduction to data visualization in R and lists out the reasons why the data should be visualized. The various type of data visualizations like the basic Histogram, Bar or line chart, Box plot, Scatter plot and the advanced visualization techniques like Heat Map, Mosaic Map, Map visualizations, 3D graphs, Correlogram are explained in detail with examples mentioning the commands and codes for each type of visualization.
There are also few interactive visualization packages in R which can be used to visualize data in a wonderful way. These packages are also included in this chapter with their technical features, codes and examples.
Overlaying Plots
Overlaying plots means two or more data series are plotted in one plot in R. This is explained in detail in this section with few illustrations.
Graphs representation of Data
The graphical representations in R are very powerful. This chapter is a quick overview to help you to create a quick graph in R to visualize your data. The arguments used for creating graphs are given and each type of graph is given a brief introduction with examples to make it easy for you to understand.
Bubble Charts
A bubble chart is nothing but a scatter chart whose markers are expressed in various colour and sizes. This chapter teaches you how to make bubble charts in R with examples.
Anova
This section is a presentation of the ANOVA in R. It includes an introduction, functions used for ANOVA in R, post hoc testing, how the ANOVA results are obtained and how it is represented visually.
Concept of effect
This topic makes you learn what is effect size, why is it important in R, how to calculate it in R, how it can be interpreted, relationship between effect size and significance and the factors affecting the effect size.
Estimate of Treatment effect
This is an package available in R. The topics covered under this heading includes description, usage, arguments, values and examples of treatment effect package.
Factorial Anova
This section will illustrate the computation of factorial ANOVA using R commands. It tells you what is factorial ANOVA, how to summarize the factorial data and how to represent the factorial ANOVA visually using plots or graphs.
Regression
This chapter explains how to use R for Linear regression. The topics covered under this section are given below
• Simple regression – Simple linear model, Least squares estimation, Regression and correlation, Evaluating the regression model, Forecasting with regression, regression with time series, exercises and examples.
• Multiple regression – Introduction to Multiple Linear Regression, Predictors, Selecting predictors, Residual diagnostics, Matrix formation, Non linear regression, Correlation and forecasting, exercises and examples.
FAQ’s General Questions
• What if I have queries after completing this course ?
Our support team is available 24*7 to help you in solving out your queries during and after the course.
• What are the benefits of learning analytics with R training online ?
The first benefit is that you need not go anywhere. You can attend these classes sitting at your home or office. The second benefit is that you can reschedule the classes if you miss any of them. The third benefit is that you can get the study material then and there and you can use it for reference purpose.

Course Curriculum

Section 1: Business Analytics using R
1 Business Analytics using R
2 Normal PDF
3 What is Normal, Not Normal
4 SAT Example
5 Example- Birth Weights
6 dNorm, pNorm, qNorm
7 Understanding Estimation
8 Properties of Good Estimators
9 Central Limit Theorem
10 Kurtosis
11 Constructing Central Limit Theorem
12 Confidence Intervals for the Mean
13 Confidence Intervals Examples
14 Computer Lab Example
15 t-distribution
16 t-distribution continued
Section 2: Examples, Testing & Forecasting
Section 3: Understanding Visualizations

Course Content : 51 Training Video's

NOTE :

The course content only training module and to avail certification, the candidate has to appear for our online diploma certification exam for respective subject. The certificates are issued under "Maharashtra Technical & Self Employment Training Society" approved by Government of India, International Standard ISO Certification. The examination fees shall be additional Rs. 1,999/-

Computer Assembling

A course for all those who want to learn about Computer Assembling. This course covers major topics like: Hardware, Lan Wan Topologys, Basic Networking etc.

A PC computer is a modular type of computer, it can be assembled using hardware components made by different manufacturers, so as to have a custom built computer according to one’s specific needs.
Through this course you will be learning about the computer assembling i.e. what is hardware, basic networking, fibre optic cable, lan wan topoligys etc. things you will be learning under this course.

Curriculum

Section 1: Overview of Computer Assembling
1 Introduction
2 Hardware Pictures
3 Hardware
Section 2: Learning about Basic Networking & Topologys

Course Content : 6 Training Video's

NOTE :

The course content only training module and to avail certification, the candidate has to appear for our online diploma certification exam for respective subject. The certificates are issued under "Maharashtra Technical & Self Employment Training Society" approved by Government of India, International Standard ISO Certification. The examination fees shall be additional Rs. 1,999/-

Ethical Hacking

About the Certified Ethical Hacking Course:

• Skilling India, bring you an amazing course on Certified Ethical Hacking.
• In this course we will learn to enter the world of professional hacking.
• This Certified Ethical Hacking course will ensure that you are well versed with the skills needed and tools used to compromise the security of enterprise networks and information systems..
• We will ensure that you learn the security of critical information assets, it is essential to become familiar with the strategies.
Ethical hacking is somewhat a complicated term to understand. Breaching network for the purpose of keeping them safe and finding Zero-day-vulnerabilities are the prime concerns of and Ethical Hacker. Anti-Hacking is more important that just attacking. This course will take you through the basics of computer networking and Linux along with the expertise in it. This course is not recommended for extreme beginners. People having basics in programming like C or Python will find it easier to understand.
Most of the parts in the tutorials will be covered under either Linux or Debian. You won’t need a multiple computers as a victim and a target. The required basics and software requirements are stated in the tutorials which will help you create your own home lab for penetration testing. The chapters in the tutorials are somewhat related to the official CEH course from EC-Council, but here, you get absolute practical knowledge. Unlike the official CEH course, this course is intended to give you as much practical testing as possible.
Most of the softwares used are totally open source and free. This provides an upper-hand in repository management for Linux distributions. The course will start with the basics of windows hacking and will end up with the extremes in networking vulnerabilities and linux programming. All the tutorials are for educational purpose only.
Target Customers for Ethical Hacking Course:
• Students
• Professionals
• Anyone who wants to learn how to secure themselves from Cyber Crime.
Pre-Requisites for Ethical Hacking Course:
• Basic Computer Knowledge
• Passion to learn
• Basic Networking(CCNA recommended)
• Basics of Linux or UNIX
Course Objective of Ethical Hacking Course:
• To Secure your network and test the security of your surrounding area.
• To learn to become a Certified Hacker and gather a good understanding of networking, social engineering and Hardware hacking.

Course Curriculum

Section 1: Introduction to Ethical Hacking
1 Prerequisites & Downloadables
2 What is Ethical Hacking
3 Types of Attacks
4 Ethical Hacking Commandments
5 Basic Necessary Tools
Section 2: FootPrinting and Reconnaissance
Section 3: Scanning
Section 4: Enumerating Targets
Section 5: Other Operating Systems
Section 6: Android Hacking
Section 7: Wireless hacking
Section 8: Digital Forensics
Section 9: Hacking Computers
Section 10: Cracking Windows
Section 11: Web Attacks

Course Content : 100 Training Video's

 

NOTE :

The course content only training module and to avail certification, the candidate has to appear for our online diploma certification exam for respective subject. The certificates are issued under "Maharashtra Technical & Self Employment Training Society" approved by Government of India and International Standard ISO Certification. The examination fees shall be additional Rs. 1,999/-

Computer Troubleshooting

Join this wonderful course on Basics of Computer Troubleshooting and get insights into important topics like Motherboard, Pinging IP address, Crimping tool and network tester etc.

Troubleshooting computers can be a little frustrating and a little tricky. With so many parts and software installed, any number of things can go wrong. But when (not if) something happens, this is the best opportunity for you to learn-of course provided that you have a few basics under your belt. Nothing beats experience.

The more you do it, the better you become, and the more your confidence grows. And the best part, you will save yourself a lot of money. Through this course you will be learning about components of motherboard i.e. motherboard parts, installation of RAM, ROM etc. Also you will be learnign about installation of windows, sound & video cards of troubleshooting, network troubleshooting, crimping too and network tester etc. things you will be learning under this course.

Curriculum

Section 1: Understanding about Motherboard Concept
1 Motherboard diagram and parts
2 Installation of Ram‚Rom‚HDD‚optical drive cd rom
3 Assembling of basic computer parts
4 Installation of win xp and assigning ip address
Section 2: Learning about Troubleshooting PC
5 Basic troubleshooting PC
6 Sound and video cards troubleshooting
7 Pinging IP address
8 Network troubleshooting in win7 and 8
9 Keyboard problems-troubleshooting
10 Crimping tool and network tester
11 Northbridge and southbridge and virus and enabling macros in ms office

Course Content : 11 Training Video's

NOTE :

The course content only training module and to avail certification, the candidate has to appear for our online diploma certification exam for respective subject. The certificates are issued under "Maharashtra Technical & Self Employment Training Society" approved by Government of India, International Standard ISO Certification. The examination fees shall be additional Rs. 1,999/-

Applications of HMIS

This wonderful online course is all about Applications of Hospital Management Information System. You will learn in detail concepts like Health system organization, Current scenario of EMR etc.

Skilling India brings you a very interesting course on Applications of HMIS

In this course you will learn in detail about two major concepts of Applications of HMIS:
• Health system organization
• Rural health HMIS
These are extremely important concepts or parts of Applications of HMIS and understanding them is very essential. Understanding these Teradata Introduction 1, and Teradata Introduction 2 will be easy as you will learn along with the trainer.

Curriculum

Section 1: Applications of HMIS
1 Definition of HMIS
2 Health system organization
3 Rural health HMIS
4 Angamwadi HMIS
5 CURRENT SCENARIO OF EMR

Content : 5 Training Video's

NOTE :

The course content only training module and to avail certification, the candidate has to appear for our online diploma certification exam for respective subject. The certificates are issued under "Maharashtra Technical & Self Employment Training Society" approved by Government of India, International Standard ISO Certification. The examination fees shall be additional Rs. 1,999/-

CAP - Certified Analytics Professional

What is CAP – Certified Analytics Professional ?

CAP was developed in the year 2013. CAP was launched by The Institute for Operation Research and Management Sciences (INFORMS). INFORMS is the first to develop a professional certification program in the field of analytics. CAP is a professional certificate issued for individuals with business analytics experience. CAP program sets standards for the analytics professionals and the organizations can select well qualified analytics professionals. CAP certification will improve the career of the analytics professional and improve the credibility of the analytics professional. CAP examines the knowledge of a person across seven domains

Benefits of being a Certified Analytics Professional
• Helps to improve your career and makes you stand ahead of the competition
• CAP helps to improve your job performance
• CAP makes you an expert in the field of analytics
• Undertaking CAP will help you to get recognized as an analytics expert
• CAP will help to increase your salary as you become an experienced analyst with this certification

Course Objectives
At the end of this course you will be able to
• Know the advantages of getting CAP certificate
• Understand the basics and domains of CAP
• Get one step ahead in your career using CAP
• Gain knowledge about data science and analytics methodology

Pre requisites for taking this course
CAP is designed for professional analytics who are in their early stage or mid stage of development. Participants should have a bachelor or master’s degree with 5 or 3 years of experience in the field of analytics. Others Bachelor degree holders should have at least 7 years of experience in any unrelated area.

Target Audience for this course
Those who pass the eligibility criteria of CAP can undertake this course. Students and professionals who are interested can also take up this course.

Course Description
Section 1: Introduction toCertified Analytics Professional exams
CAP Certification and Benefits
This chapter contains a brief introduction to CAP and lists out all the Benefits of CAP to you and the benefits of CAP for your Employer.
Section 2: Understanding Objectives
Different Objectives and their Weightage
The job task analysis of CPA can be viewed in this section as a outline. The job task analysis in nothing but the blue print of the exam pattern and how the marks are segregated. The JTA of CPA contains seven domains. Each domain is explained in detail under this section with their respective weightage.
• Business Problem Framing
• Analytical Problem Framing
• Methodology Approach
• Data
• Model Building
• Deployment
• Life Cycle Management
What are Knowledge Statements
This section tells you what are knowledge statements and explains about the 16 knowledge statements in CAP.
Section 3: Understanding Business Problem Identification
Business problem identification and stakeholders analysis
This chapter explains the Business problem Framing domain and the topics covered under this section includes
• Receive and Refine the business problem
• Identify stakeholders
• Determine whether the problem is amenable to an analytics solution
• Refine problem statement and delineate constraints
• Define an initial set of business benefits
• Obtain stakeholder agreement on the problem statement
Section 4: Further Reading Business Problem
How to Write a problem Statement
This section gives an introduction to problem statement. The other topics included are
• How to write a problem statement
• Where to get started – Who, What, When, Where, Why
• Issue statement of the problem
• Vision of the problem
• Problem Solving process – Explaining the problem, Costs of the problem, Assertions, Proposing a solution, benefits of the solution, summarizing the problem and solution
The Problem Definition Process
The problem solving steps and processes are explained in detail under this chapter.
Power of Re-framing Problems
This section explains what is reframing, what is the process of reframing the problem and how reframing the problem helps in innovation and creative problem solving methods
Business Problem Framing Questions
Under this chapter you will learn how to frame a business problem and what are the factors to be considered while framing a business problem.
Section 5: Analytical Problem
Analytical Problem Framing
This section explains the Analytics Problem framing domain and the topics included are
• Reformulating the business problem statement as an analytics problem
• Develop a proposed set of drivers and relationship to outputs
• Set of assumptions related to the problem
• Define the key metrics of success
• Obtain stakeholder agreement
Kano’s Requirement Model
Kano Model helps to understand the customer requirements for new products and services. It explains the five categories of customer requirements. This section contains topics like what is a Kano model, why is it used, how it is used and template of Kano model.
Section 6: Certified Analyst Professional Training – Data Science
Data Science Introduction and difference between BI and Data Science
This chapter gives a brief introduction to Data Science and also lets you learn about the basics of data science under four topics
• Data Manipulation
• Data Analysis
• Data at Scale
• Data communication
The section also covers the difference between Data Science and Business Intelligence.
How Data Science Work along with Acquire and Prepare Steps
Here you will learn the data science workflow. There are four main stages in the workflow of data science – Preparation Phase, Analysis Phase, Reflection Phase and Dissemination Phase.
All these phases are explained in detail under this chapter with the help of a pictorial representation. The steps of Data Science involves Acquire, Prepare, Analyze, Visualize and Share.
How to Analyse and Act Data
The main activity of the analysis phase such as writing, executing and refining the programs to analyze the data are explained in detail under this chapter. The different languages used by data scientists are mentioned here along with three main sources of slowdowns.
Guiding Principles and Reasoning and Common Sense
The next step after analyzing the data is to take action. This section contains the guiding principles which will help you to get the output. The key points of the principles are mentioned in this chapter.
Components of Data Science
The components of data science are divided into different categories based on several factors. The main factors are data types, Execution models, Learning models and Analytic Classes. The components under these heading are explained in brief in this section.
Classes of Analytic Techniques Transforming Learning and Predictive Analytics
The classes of analytic techniques are divided into nine analytic classes under three topics
• Transforming analytics – Aggregation, Enrichment, Processing
• Learning Analytics - Regression, Clustering, Classification, Recommendation
• Predictive Analytics – Simulation, Optimization
Learning Models , Execution Models Scheduling and Sequencing
Learning models helps to perform judgements on new data which is based on its history. Learning model consists of two types – Learning style and Training style. Each is explained in this chapter.
Execution models lets you learn how data can be manipulated. Execution model consists
• Scheduling – Batch and Streaming
• Sequencing – Serial and Parallel
Decomposing Analytical Problem
Decomposing is the first step in the analytics selection process. This chapter contains the Fractal Analytic Model and explains what are the things to be considered while decomposing your problem.
Data Science Maturity
In this chapter the following topics are included
• How Data Science Maturity Works
• Data Science Maturity Model
• Stages of Maturity – Collect, Describe, Discover, Predict, Advise
• The art of Data Science
Feature Engineering, Dimensionality Reduction and Model Validation
Here you will learn what is machine learning and its tricks. The other topics covered under this chapter includes the following
• How to deal with feature engineering
• Problems faced with feature engineering
• Example of feature engineering
• Techniques for data dimensionality reduction
• Which model should be used
Section 7: Certified Analyst Professional Training – FIVE E of CAP Exam
The Five E for CAP exam
The five E’s of CAP exam are education, experience, ethics, effectiveness and exam. These five E’s are explained under this section.
Soft Skills for CAP exam
Soft skills are less technical skills that are required for writing CAP exam. This section covers what are the soft skills required and how it is confirmed.
Clarifying the Analytical Process
There are certain code of ethics for all CAP. Here you will learn such code of ethics under the following topics
• Background
• Applicability
• Purpose
• General
• Responsibilities
• Society
• Employers and Clients
• Colleagues
CAP Terminology Yield Vehicle Routing Problem and TSP
This chapter gives the overview of Yield Vehicle Routing Problem, travelling salesman problem and its algorithms
CAP Terminology supply chain six sigma RFM
It explains how six sigma is used in supply chain and what is RFM analysis.
Pattern Recognition, Regression, Predictive and Prescriptive Analytics
In this section you will learn in brief about the Pattern recognition, Regression, Predictive analytics and Prescriptive analytics.
Section 8: Data Visualization – CAP Certification
Data Visualization Definition and Importance
Here you will learn what is data visualization, visualization types, designing a visualization and data visualization tools.
Common Techniques for Data Visualization , Data Cardinality and Velocity
This chapter will help you to learn common visualization techniques, what is data cardinality and velocity. The chapter also explains the different data visualization techniques with an example for each
• Type of Charts
• Decision tree
• Heat map charts
• Type of Graphs
How to write Data Story
Now a day’s data driven stories are gaining more interest. In this chapter you will learn how to write a data story. The first thing you need while writing a data story is to have a clear data. So filtering and cleaning the data is also covered in this chapter.
Quality of Data and Data mart
In this chapter you will learn what is data mart, the objectives and strategy for change to get quality data.
CAP Terminology Optimization and Next Best offer
The topics covered in this chapter are What is Next best action, its leading symptoms and trailing cynicisms and Next best action optimizers.
Section 9: Analytics Methodology and Test Analytics Model
Analytics Methodology Introduction
This tutorial gives a brief introduction about the Analytical methods, its tools, concept and definition.
Different type of Analytics Methodology
In this chapter you will learn the most widely used analytical methods in detail
• BCG matrix
• Brainstorming
• Benchmarking
• Gap Analysis
• Mind Maps
• SWOT analysis
Software Tool Selection
The process of selecting software tools and the criteria for selecting software tools are explained in this section.
• Validating Analytics Model and Testing Results
• This chapter contains the following topics
• Effective model validation
• Techniques for developing analytic models
• Introduction to modelling techniques in predictive analytics
• Predictive modelling – Predictive analysis
Simulation and its Kind
This chapter contains Introduction to Simulation, Languages used for developing a simulation model, Types of Simulation, Terminology and common mistakes in Simulation.
FAQ’s General Questions
• Why should I get certification ?
Getting a certification in the analytics field will help to improve your career and will make you stand ahead of the competition. You can also improve your job performance which will in turn help you to get a higher salary than before.
• Can I waive the eligibility requirements of CAP ?
Only if you have many years of experience in the field of analytics you can waive the requirements of CAP otherwise it is a compulsory.
• What is the validation period of CAP certification ?
It lasts for three years and it must be renewed after three years.

Course Curriculum

Section 1: Introduction to CAP Exams
Section 2: Understanding Objectives
Section 3: Understanding Business Problem Identification
Section 4: Further Reading Business Problem
Section 5: Analytical Problem
Section 6: Certified Analyst Professional training- Data Science
Section 7: Certified Analyst Professional training- FIVE E of CAP Exam
Section 8: Data Visualization- CAP Certification
Section 9: Analytics Methodology and Test Analytics Model

NOTE :

The course content only training module and to avail certification, the candidate has to appear for our online diploma certification exam for respective subject. The certificates are issued under "Maharashtra Technical & Self Employment Training Society" approved by Government of India, International Standard ISO Certification. The examination fees shall be additional Rs. 1,999/-

Advance Diploma In Business Management
Business Management

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Data Filtering using Pivot
Creativity & Leadership
Microsoft PowerPoint
Email Etiquette 

Organisational Behaviour
Developing Teamwork
Assortment & Space Management
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Digital Marketing

About the Digital Marketing Training:

Digital marketing is publicizing that makes use of electronic devices i.e. Personal computers, smartphones, tablets, televisions etc. to occupy with interested party. Digital marketing applies know-hows or platforms such as websites, e-mail, apps, search engine optimization and social networks. Digital Marketing can also be through non-internet channels like television, radio, SMS, etc. or via social media, e-mails, pop-ups, etc. Several companies use a mixture of traditional and digital marketing channels; though, digital marketing is attracting more popularity with marketers as it allows them to target and track many aspects.

What you will learn in this Digital Marketing Training course?
Through this course applicants will be introduced to diverse digital marketing possibilities. Students will be capable to decide on dissimilar types of digital marketing campaigns and manage those accordingly in both customer and business markets. Diverse kinds of processes of digital marketing are introduced. Course generates simple understanding of internet and mobile marketing. Time is also devoted to relevant issues in the web such as social media, communities, virtual worlds, blogs and viral marketing. The course is structured the following way and details are discussed as mentioned below:

1. Introduction to Digital Marketing Training:
All modern invention in advertising is through digital channels. This first video lecture proves the influence of applying digital ideas across the marketing function in any commercial.

2. Search Engine Optimization:
SEO is nearly about enticing the correct consumers at the correct time. This module will equip you with the core understanding, technical knowhow and insight to build an SEO strategy that will stand up in today’s fiercely competitive online marketplace.

3. Search Engine Marketing:
SEM goal is to encourage websites by raising their reflectivity in search engines through both optimization and sponsored placements. You will learn how to use them both in tandem to achieve the best results.

4. Pay per Click Marketing:
Pay per click (PPC) advertising campaigns allow you to maximize your company’s visibility on key search engines such as Google, Yahoo and Bing. You will learn to develop an effective PPC strategy and achieve demonstrable return-on-investment (ROI). This module provides you with the essentials of planning and managing PPC campaign.

5. Email Marketing:
Email Marketing, when carried out properly is still one of the most effective forms of digital marketing. This module will teach you about Data Protection, Opt-In Subscriber Management, E-Mail Design and Content, Email Delivery and Reporting.

6. Social Media Marketing:
This module will provide you with the know how to plan and manage your communications and marketing through the rapidly emerging and influential social networks. It will provide you with techniques and tools to understand and harness the opportunities provided by best practice social media marketing and online PR.

7. Digital Display Marketing:
This module will provide you with a comprehensive understanding of the creation deployment and management of Digital Display Advertising including display, search, affiliate, email, mobile & social, to give delegates the broadest view of digital advertising opportunities.

8. Mobile Marketing:
This module provides you with a solid understanding of the rapid evolution of mobile marketing landscape. Focusing on cutting-edge case studies you will gain knowledge of the technologies and terminology of mobile marketing.

9. Website Analytics:
Your digital marketing is only as effective as the analytical insights derived from online activities. This module guides you through web analytics and other data sources to better understand site visitor characteristics and behavior. You will understand the most important and appropriate metrics and how to use them to improve your digital activities.

10. Planning Integrated Digital Marketing Campaigns:
Digital Marketing is driving the agenda in marketing departments and this module will teach you the complexities of planning, buying and executing a marketing campaign that integrates traditional marketing with all digital activities including display, search, and affiliate, email, mobile and social.

Benefit of this Digital Marketing Training course:
• Learn Planning Integrated Digital Marketing Campaigns
• Learn Website Analytics
• Learn Mobile Marketing
• Learn Digital Display Marketing
• Learn Social Media Marketing
• Learn Email Marketing

Target Audience:
• Marketing Consultants
• Entrepreneurs
• Professional Marketers
• Beginners & Everyone who wants to learn Online Marketing

Course Curriculum

Section 1: Introduction

1 Lecture1:Introduction
Section 2: Popular Social Networking Sites and Their Statistics
2 Lecture2:Facebook Content Statistics
3 Lecture3:Twitter Statistics and Orkut Network Globally
4 Lecture4:MySpace Statistics
5 Lecture5:Linkedin Statistics and Google+
6 Lecture6:Google+ and VKontakt
7 Lecture7:A Comparison of Social Networking Sites
Section 3: Customers and Digital Marketing
8 Lecture8:Understanding Customers from Digital Marketing Perspective
9 Lecture9:The Asian Market
10 Lecture10:Digital Marketing Goals and Core Marketing Activities
11 Lecture11:What is Digital Marketing
Section 4: Facebook Marketing
Section 5: Twitter Marketing
Section 6: Orkut Marketing
Section 7: SEO,SMM,PPC
Section 8: Swot, Pets, Porters Model
Section 9: Facebook Marketing
Section 10: Blogging
Section 11: Email Marketing
Section 12: Email,Spam,Sucessrate,Software
Section 13: Nature of Email Design
Section 14: Responsive Email Design
Section 15: Emarketing and Legal Issues

Course Content : 60 Training Video's

NOTE :

The course content only training module and to avail certification, the candidate has to appear for our online diploma certification exam for respective subject. The certificates are issued under "Maharashtra Technical & Self Employment Training Society" approved by Government of India and International Standard ISO Certification. The examination fees shall be additional Rs. 1,999/-

Events Management

Effective Events Management Course:

Event management is measured as one of the strategic marketing and communication tools by businesses of all sizes. From product introductions to press conferences, organizations generate publicity actions to help them interconnect with consumers and potential customers. A number of features such as music, live entertainment or even the specific place may be used to inspire the tone and atmosphere of an event.
Event management is the request of project management to the formation and expansion of large scale events such as carnivals, meetings, rituals, formal parties, concerts, or agreements. It includes studying the brand, recognizing the target audience, inventing the event concept, scheduling the logistics and organizing the technical aspects before actually beginning the event.
The procedure of development and coordination of the event is commonly stated as event planning and can comprise of budgeting, scheduling, place selection, obtaining necessary documents, coordinating transportation and parking, arranging for speakers or entertainers, arranging decor, event security, catering and emergency plans.
Event managers may also use news media to aim their audience, expecting to generate media attention which will reach thousands or millions of people. They can also offer their spectators to their events and grasp them at the real event.
Events have become necessity of the organization culture. There are all types of events being organized ranging from launch of new products to analyst briefings to customer functions to road shows and press conference etc. A well-ordered and actual event will help improve the company image and surge sales abilities whereas a poorly planned event will reflect poor image of the organization. Numerous marketing experts learn the event forming skills through trial and error method in their career. Through this workshop, the participant will gain some practical knowledge on organizing an event and some of the pitfalls to avoid as well as understand the different types of events and their requirements. This will be a practical course whereby you learn how to:

• Why Events
• Key Elements of Events
• Understanding the market
• Concept of Product in events
• Concept of Pricing in events
• Concept of Promotion in events
• Event Management
• Strategic Market Planning
• Strategic Alternatives for Growth
• Evaluation of Event Performance
Through this course, the candidates will gain some practical knowledge on organizing an event and some of the pitfalls to avoid as well as understand the different type of events and their requirements.
Benefit of this Effective Events Management Course:

• Through this workshop, the attendee will gain some practical knowledge on organizing an event and some of the pitfalls to avoid as well as understand the different type of events and their requirements
• Learn Concepts of Product, Pricing and Promotion in Effective Events Management
• To equip attendee with a practical knowledge of Event management
• To enable better understanding of the A-Z of event management
• To enable better understanding of Integrated Event Marketing
• To equip participants with the necessary skills and knowledge to organize an effective and professional event

Target Audience for Effective Events Management Course:

• Young Marketing Executives and Non-Marketing Professionals who need to organize events in the course of work.
• Marketing Students
• Sales Professionals
• Strategists
• Event Managers

Course Curriculum

ection 1: Introduction
1 Lecture1:General introduction
Section 2: Some Basic Concepts on Events
2 Lecture2:5C’s of Event Designing
3 Lecture3:Some event related concepts
4 Lecture4:Importance of events
Section 3: Why Events?
5 Lecture5:Events as a marketing tool
6 Lecture6:Brand building and focus on target audience by events
7 Lecture7:Brand building
8 Lecture8:Implementing marketing plan through events
9 Lecture9:Marketing Research, Relationship Building through events
10 Lecture10:Problems of traditional media, Advantages of events
Section 4: Key Elements of Events
Section 5: Understanding the Market
Section 6: Concept of Product in events
Section 7: Concept of Pricing in events
Section 8: Concept of Promotion in events
Section 9: Event Management
Section 10: Strategic Market Planning
Section 11: Strategic Alternatives for Growth
Section 12: Evaluation of Event Performance

Course Content : 55 Training Video's

NOTE :

The course content only training module and to avail certification, the candidate has to appear for our online diploma certification exam for respective subject. The certificates are issued under "Maharashtra Technical & Self Employment Training Society" approved by Government of India and International Standard ISO Certification. The examination fees shall be additional Rs. 1,999/-

Basic Router Configuration

A course for all those who want to learn about Basic Router Configuration. This course covers major topics like Router Interface and IOS execute, Designing routers for Basic Configuration, Basic Router Configuration Packet Tracer Practical etc.

Through this course we are going to specifically understand the Basic router configuration. These tutorials will help you understand the Chapter objective, why Router and what are the components, what is Router Configuration with their Interfaces And IOS execution process. Next we will look at the Basic designing of routers by Packet Tracer, Basic configuring of router in details with practical.

Course Curriculum

Section 1: Basic Router Configuration
1 Introduction and Chapter Objective
2 Router Interface and IOS execute part 1
3 Router Interface and IOS execute part 2
4 Router Interface and IOS execute part 3
5 Designing routers for Basic Configuration
6 Basic Router Configuration Packet Tracer Practical part 1
7 Basic Router Configuration Packet Tracer Practical part 2

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Course Content : 7 Training Video's

NOTE :

The course content only training module and to avail certification, the candidate has to appear for our online diploma certification exam for respective subject. The certificates are issued under "Maharashtra Technical & Self Employment Training Society" approved by Government of India, International Standard ISO Certification. The examination fees shall be additional Rs. 1,999/-

Email Marketing

Email Marketing Course:

• Skilling India, bring you very beneficial course on Email Marketing.
• In this course we will learn Email, Spam, sucessrate, software also we will be covering various strategies (paid vs free).
• Email marketing is direct marketing a commercial message sent to large no of people through email is every email send to customer with purpose of enhancing relationship or for generating business is known as email marketing.
• • Also we will understand the Nature of email, how to design responsive email also it includes email marketing and illegal issues.
 
Email Marketing Course Objective:

• To provide you with the tools and knowledge needed, for email marketing.
• To learn Nuts and Bolts and explore practical aspect of email marketing.

Email Marketing Course Target Audience?

• Students
• Professionals
• Anyone interested in learning about email marketing

Email Marketing Course requirements:

• Passion to learn
• Computer with Internet Connection
• There is no as such pre-requisites. Anyone can take this course

Curriculum

Section 1: Email Marketing
1 Email Marketing Part 1
2 Email Marketing Part 2
3 Email Marketing Part 3
4 Email Marketing Part 4
5 Email Marketing Part 5
6 Email Marketing Part 6
Section 2: Email,Spam,Sucessrate,Software
Section 3: Nature of Email Design
Section 4: Responsive Email Design
Section 5: Emarketing and Legal Issues

Course Content : 22 Training Video's

NOTE :

The course content only training module and to avail certification, the candidate has to appear for our online diploma certification exam for respective subject. The certificates are issued under "Maharashtra Technical & Self Employment Training Society" approved by Government of India and International Standard ISO Certification. The examination fees shall be additional Rs. 1,999/-

Professional Sales Training

About Sales Training:

Sales are all about working to persuade, influence and enroll people. It is imperative to obtain all the imperative sales skills prior to getting into the sales job. The sales training will assist you in learning the basic facts on sale, basic communication, important things to keep in mind while selling, usage of etiquettes and body language. With the training you will also learn about basic sales, work management, time management, calls, client visits, the difference between selling and telling, Things to do and not to do during visits by clients.
The ability to influence, persuade and enroll people into your projects and the idea is the key to succeeding in all the areas. There are several sales person in the market. However, all of them have a one thing in common that is very essential is the ability to influence people. If you could influence others you could manage to sell the products, sell the ideas, and sell the service. The ability to get the people to say yes is imperative. The direct experience of the value causes the occurrence of the sale. How to sell the service or product is an imperative skill that you should be aware of if you are into selling or into business.
Sales executives need to keep the following things in mind while interacting with a client:
Prepare what to say to the client. Get into a sales call only if you are sure how you are going to close the contract. The call needs to be natural and not a prepared out speech or else the customer would doubt on your service. However, while you meet the customer for the first time a lot of other points needs to be kept in mind.
• Listening is an imperative procedure: One of the most crucial steps in the first few minutes of the sales interaction is listening. It could never be worried enough. You might consider closing deals quickly an utmost priority, however rushing things to meet the timeline would not be an ideal option. Allow the customer to do more of the talking while you be knowledgeable and lively.
• Don’t be a forceful salesperson: In the procedure of buying be more of an adviser to the customer. Take time to engage with the customer they will more likely be certain of your proposition.
• Be curious of your viewpoint: Focus on the details that induce your potential customers to buy the product. Ask about the products they already are using, are they satisfied with its results. You need to note what they actually want. Your questions should be related enough to fetch you the information about the needs of the speaker. Make it seem like a discussion and not a survey.
• Follow up after the meeting: It is an essential point. After several proposals and presentations, the client tends to have second thoughts. You need to maintain the connection that you made during the meeting by following the same points.

Course Description of Sales Training:

Sales Training the Art of persuasion and selling concentrates on all the basic fundamentals of examining from knowing how to outline your target audience to keeping them engaged in a meaningful conversation by asking the correct set of questions. This course is perfect for sales professionals, entrepreneurs, marketing executive and students. The course is suitable for anyone who wants to learn the skill of persuasion.
The course will build the confidence and aid in boosting results in selling the services and products. A proper introduction of the sales world along with selling skills are part of the training course.

Course Overview:

• The psychology and principles of selling
• Building trust and rapport
• First Impression
• Features and Benefits of services/Products
• Listening and questioning to find out customer requirements
• Gaining commitment
• Handling objections and concerns
 
Goals and Objectives of sales training:

The main objective of the course is to make you perfect in the skill of selling, winning people and persuasion. The other objectives of the training is listed below:
• Identified beliefs about selling
• Understand how the customers buy and the process of sales to match the buying cycle.
• How to build rapport with the client to create a trusting relationship.
• How to construct an exceptional first impression and introductory for professional sales conversation
• How to listen and ask questions effectively to find out opportunities and needs of the customer.
• Acquire various successful strategies to handle objections and concerns of the customer.
• Practiced introductory service as aids to meet requirements
• Practiced gaining customer’s commitment.
Target Audience for Sales Training:

• Entrepreneurs
• Business owners, startups
• Sales professionals
• Salespeople in every field
• Consultants
• Anyone looking to involve in sales or looking for enhancement in their sales efficiency.

Pre-requisites for Sales Training:

• No special skill or prior experience is needed in this course. Selling is the basic fact of any kind of business and works perfecting these skills as a professional is a crucial factor to be at the top of the field.
• A desire to learn the skills of persuasion and selling.
Highlights of the Sales Training Course:

• Sales- An art or Science:
Introduction to Sales. Introductory on sales and basic facts on sales.
• Sales- Basics
Sales Basics-an introductory explanation and setting agenda for the module. You- The significance of investing in oneself and knowing how to. Workplace & Road- Handling the office related concerns and work on day to day basis along with the inevitable factors of sales traveling by roads. Calls- Be aware of the sales visits through calls and having an insight of old and new meetings. Clients- How to deal with the views of the customers during the follow-up stage and other stages.
• Communication- Basics
Information- How and why to access information that could aid to acquire better sales results, Expression- Understanding of body language and using it to our advantage. Captivation- Getting the attention of the individual you are addressing with. Conversation- Making people to talk and share their points to acquire their trust. Positioning- Not simply speaking but describing and explaining about the service or product in a sales manner. Convincing and Argument management- It covers the phases of convincing someone and handling angry and irritated views, Closure- Dealing with closing sales calls, managing the situation. Etiquettes- Basic and default manner that needs to be followed in the sales calls.

FAQs

• How can I be sure that the selling method I learn during the sales training course will really work?
The selling methods taught during the training are time-tested and are used by millions of salespeople. One can review the client feedbacks that are posted on the site to be assured before enrolling.
• Will my results be guaranteed if I follow all the study material provided during the training?
Yes, if you give your 100 percent and work completely as per the procedure you absolutely could be assured that the process will work.
• What are the basic qualifications required for joining these courses?
The aspirant should be an intermediate (12th pass). No other qualification is required. The candidate should be willing to learn all the methods and techniques with an open mind. The course will be extremely beneficial if the candidate is willing to take sales or sales marketing as a profession.
• What will be expected of me as a trainee?
A curriculum consisting of E-lessons and worksheets will be provided to the trainee during the course period. The trainee would need to attend the weekly sessions that will wrap your mind around the selling so you easily implement the sales strategy as a part of it. You would have to complete the assignments given to you. So you think about the services/products/company in a way you never considered before the viewpoint obtained from the sales training. Ask questions and get your doubts cleared so that even others could learn from it.
Course Testimonials

Jinesh Vaidya
The training programme is very informative. The fundamental teaching of sales concepts along with different sectors and functions of sales. The course begins with the general overview then stipulates as it develops. The training has allowed me to gain major level knowledge which will enable me to grow further.
Arden
This course has allowed me to understand the ideas of sales promotion and advertising practically. It helped me recognize how choosing the appropriate advertising medium is crucial for making a sale. It also assisted me to acquire knowledge of effective and efficient management and implementation of sales promotions. I can now differentiate between different marketing techniques and know how and when to use these marketing techniques.
Barbara
The content of the course is good and incorporating. The trainer is clear in explaining various topics of sales and marketing. Learned the basics and core of the sales. All the sales factors were covered appropriately under the sales training.
Brett
A good introduction to the world of Sales. The courses go through the basic theories and trends. Starts from the oldest tactics to the newest tactics that could be implemented during the sales process. Easy to understand the explanation of what is Sales, why it is an imperative part of the business and emphasizes on the various factors and opportunities that could be grabbed with great sales strategies. Simple and easy to understand explanation and presentation during the training proves to be extremely helpful.
Career Benefits of Sales Training

• With the recognition and support of the training course, the professionals will be more involved and focused towards the company which will increase the overall the performer holding. It will also tie the person to the loyalty towards the company and work together as a team rather than being left alone and managing all the workplace challenges on their own.
• An increase in the spirit will lead the entire sales team to work together more effectively. An effective coach will work with individuals on resolving conflicts and having effective communication within the team. This does not mean no conflicts will be present but the conflicts can be utilized as an opportunity for growth rather than division.
• The one of the initial measurable prominent changes will be the sales strategies and increase in the use of best practices. The changes could not only be seen in the sales team but also with the coaches. When the management team is conversing with the employees as a coach, or obtaining the feedback from the coaching team, the ditching issues comes out in an obvious manner and is addressed in an effective, structured manner. The increase in the level of understanding of the challenges faced by the sales professionals enables the management team to provide more operative training, to have a better idea of the trends in the market or the industry, to address issues outside of the control of sales team.

Conclusion:

The sales department plays a vital role in the success of the organization or the business. The sales team emphasis on understanding the needs of the customers and involve in a conversation with the customer highlighting about the service or products to create an impression and influence them directly to make the sale. Presently the organizations focus on creating innovative techniques in the sales method to increase the selling. An efficient and well-trained sales executives and the salesperson are essential for the effective functioning of the department.
There are several institutes that offer courses and training in this field, in which they teach individuals the skills and techniques for effective sales. They provide techniques for building the team effectively and make them work as a team. Teach the effective ways of communicating with the customers; various means to retain the loyalty of the customer and how to deal at various stages of sales. These training programs are extremely beneficial for all the professional at different levels of sales job. Anyone can obtain these training as there is no requirement of particular qualification to enroll in the training course. Anyone who wants to make a career in the sales or marketing can attend the courses.

Curriculum

Section 1: An Art or a Science
Section 2: Communications Basics
Section 3: Sales Basics
Section 4: Conclusion

Course Content : 34 Training Video's

NOTE :

The course content only training module and to avail certification, the candidate has to appear for our online diploma certification exam for respective subject. The certificates are issued under "Maharashtra Technical & Self Employment Training Society" approved by Government of India and International Standard ISO Certification. The examination fees shall be additional Rs. 1,999/-

Brand Management

About Brand Management:

Why Branding? When a product is introduced in the market, it seems similar to other products in its category. It may have certain distinguishing features like better quality or price or packaging, but what ultimately influences the consumer to buy the product is the viability and dependability of the brand. The brand is the distinguishing factor that can make or break a deal.
Sales depend on brand awareness and brand image. Positive associations with the brand affect customer loyalty and preference. Since brands are so significant in marketing of a product, the management of the brand also becomes equally significant.
Kapferer and Keller defined branding as a fulfillment in customer expectations and consistent customer satisfaction. Brand management is therefore, managing how a brand is perceived in the market.
The creation of the brand, brand identity and image, how a customer views the brand, the experience he/she has with the brand, brand value and equity, all these are a part of brand management. It involves tangible factors like the product itself, look, pricing, packaging etc., as well as intangibles like the experience the customer has with the brand and the relationship the customer builds with the brand.

Branding as the Competitive Edge

In today’s extremely competitive market, a product’s superior quality or price advantage is no longer sufficient to guarantee its success. The fast pace of technological development and the stiff competition from similar products and imitations in the market have dramatically shortened product lifecycles. A product has a much lesser shelf life these days. For this reason, more and more companies are looking to build other competitive edges – such as brands.
A brand could be a corporate entity (eg. Dell, Lee-Cooper, Amul), product (eg. Lux, Bournvita), service (eg. PriceWaterhouse Coopers, Infosys), or person (eg., Shiv Khera, Deepak Chopra). Brand management builds brand credibility. Customers learn to trust the brand, enquire about the branded product in stores, and this leads to sustained sales. Robust brands can withstand all kinds of market turmoil and maintain a strong position despite price fluctuations.

Why Brand Management?

Brand Management is a function of marketing that focuses on the use of special techniques to increase the perceived value of a product. It is a part of the established marketing strategy of a seller. Brand management builds loyal customers through positive associations and images, and a strong awareness of the brand.
Creating positive experiences with brands involves an acute understanding of what the customer expects and how to surpass expectations. It is centered on providing the customer a reason to come back and be loyal to the brand. Along with marketing and promotional strategy, it is also related to consumer psychology. Brand Management involves understanding the intricacies of the consumer-brand relationship, and influencing it to create long term benefits.
Today, companies are looking at creating sustainable competitive advantage through branding. Brand Managers are therefore, in great demand.
 
Important Concepts in Brand Management

Brand Management involves studying the following:
How Brands are conceived from ideas and transform into real identities
• Brand Image, Identity and Positioning
• Brand Value and Equity
• Patterns of Consumer Behaviour
• Marketing Concepts like product mix, pricing, positioning
• Market Segmentation
• Marketing Communication
Course Contents:

This course aims to educate the participant in all aspects of brand building and management.
Section 1: Introduction to Brand Management
In this section you will be introduced to the concept of brand and brand management. You will learn how brands are conceived as an idea and how the idea becomes an entity.
The contents of this section are as follows:
The Innovation Graph
• Types of Innovation
• Innovation Adoption Curve of Rogers
• Challenges
• Culture and Leadership

What is a Brand
• How Brands are Created
• History of Brands
• Why Brands Matter
Importance of Brand Management
• Brand Management: Concept and Purpose
• Strategic Brand Management Process
The attributes of a strong brand
Products and brands
Building Brands and Pitfalls
• Believing in and Selling an idea
• Advertising and publicizing the brand
• Pitfalls associated with Brand Building
Brand challenges and Customer Loyalty Pyramid
• Challenge of marketing the Brand
• Reaffirming Brand Image association with customers
• Personalized and customized advertising and promotion of the Brand
• Creating Trust in the mind of the Customer
• Maintaining Customer Loyalty

Section 2 : Creating a Brand

This section familiarizes you with the process of brand creation. You will learn about various brand elements and become familiarized with concepts like brand identity and image. You will also learn about various types of brands.
The contents of this section are as follows:
Brand Elements
Strategic Fit of Brand identity and Brand Image
• Brand Identity
• Brand Identity and Company Identity
• Brand Identity and Loyalty
• Brand Image
• Customer Perceptions
• Creating Positive Associations around Brands
• Different Types of Brands
Section 3 : Organizational Culture for Successful Brand Management
This section deals with the connection the brand has with the culture of an organization. You will become familiar with the brand value delivery model and brand identity prism.
The contents of this section are as follows:

Brand Value Delivery Model
• Brand Value
• Brand Ambassadors
• Brand Value Delivery Model
Cultural Examples in Real World
Internal Branding
Brand Identity Prism
Section 4: Brand Equity – Like Money in Bank
In this section, you will become familiarized with the concept of brand equity and worth. Various methods of measuring brand equity will be discussed.
The contents of this section are as follows:

Brand Equity
• Determining the worth of the Brand
• Brand Associations in Customer’s Mind
• Factors contributing to Brand Equity
• Measuring Brand Equity
• Brand Equity Pyramid
Building Brand Equity – Elements and Examples
• Brand Awareness and Loyalty
• Brand Assets
Section 5: Measuring Brand Equity – Report Card
The section continues with the concept of measurement of brand equity, and discusses both qualitative and quantitative methods.
The contents of this section are as follows:
Methods of Measuring Brand Equity
• Qualitative Methods
• Quantitative Methods
• Cases and Examples
Section 6: Consumer Behavior and Brand Buying Decisions
Here, the concept of consumer behavior and factors influencing it are discussed. You will also learn about market segmentation.
The contents of this section are divided as follows:
• Human Behavior
• Consumer Buying Behavior
• Consumer Decisions
• Market Segmentation
Section 7: Brand Positioning
Here, you will learn how companies position their brands according to price and class.
The contents of this section are as follows:
• Positioning strategies
• Positioning by price and product class
Section 8: Branding and Marketing Program
In this section you will learn about various marketing fundamentals like pricing and product mix. You will also learn the importance of distribution channels in marketing.
The contents of this section are as follows:
• Understanding marketing and product mix
• Concept and types of Pricing
• Overview of distribution and channels
Section 9: Branding and Marketing Communication
This section familiarizes you with the process of communication in marketing. You will also be introduced to promotional tools.
The contents of this section are as follows:
• Marketing Communication: Concept and Process
• Promotional tools in marketing
• Integrated Marketing Communication
Section 10: E-Branding
In this section, you will learn about building online brands. You will become familiar with the advantages of e-branding.
The contents of this section are as follows:
• E-branding: Concepts and advantages
• Examples of e-branding
Section 11: Case Study
This section discusses the case of the Aditya Birla Group.
Section 12: Quiz
Section 12: Conclusion
 
Prerequisites to Brand Management Training:

The prospective participant must have a fair understanding of marketing concepts, business knowledge, and an awareness of advertising and corporate communication. He/She must be a graduate in any stream with a background in sales or marketing or public relations. Sound communication skills in English are preferred. Work experience of two to three years would be an added advantage.
The candidate must be interested to learn about marketing concepts and must aim for a long term career in marketing. He/she should be willing to pursue the course attentively. Self study and regular interaction with faculty for clearing of concepts is a must.

Target Audience for this Course/Who will benefit:

Professionals with one or two years of experience of working in a marketing position would ideally benefit from this training. Sales representatives or trainees would also profit from this course. Students looking forward to a career in public relations and corporate communications would benefit from the course. This course is ideal for MBA aspirants or final year students interested in specializing in marketing. Entrepreneurs interested to know about brand management can also gain from this course.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

1. Is it difficult to learn about brand management?
Answer: No, it is not difficult as brand management is not rocket science! However, it does require some serious study and an awareness of marketing concepts. You can easily master the subject, provided you are interested in learning about the science of marketing.
2. Where can brand management be applied?
Answer: All companies that market either products or services require brand management professionals with core knowledge of branding and consumer behavior. Professionals with sound knowledge of brand management can look forward to applying their knowledge in FMCG companies, Banks, Telecom and Internet Services, Hospitals, Apparel etc.
3. Do I need to have experience in marketing before joining the course?
Answer: No, you do not need have marketing experience. You can be a fresher, but you must have an idea about marketing concepts like product promotion, pricing, market segments etc. MBA final semester students specializing in marketing would find this course particularly useful.
4. As it is an online course, how am I assured about quality?
Answer: Our expert faculty will guide you at each step of the course. You can interact with them and have your doubts cleared at regular intervals. Feedback and instructions will be given regularly to steer through the course.

Course Curriculum

Section 1: Introduction
1 Lecture1:Introduction
Section 2: Brand Management: An Introduction
2 Lecture2:The Innovation Graph followed by companies
3 Lecture3:Introduction to Brands
4 Lecture4:Products and Brands
5 Lecture5:Products and Brands Continues
6 Lecture6:Brand Building and Brand Pitfalls
7 Lecture7:Brand Building and Brand Pitfalls Continues
8 Lecture8:Brand Challenges and Customer loyalty Pyramid
Section 3: Creating a Brand
Section 4: Organizational Culture for Successful Brand Management
Section 5: Brand Equity: Like Money in the Bank
Section 6: Measuring Brand Equity: Report Card
Section 7: Consumer Behavior and Brand Buying Decisions
Section 8: Brand Positioning
Section 9: Branding and Marketing Program
Section 10: Branding and Marketing Communication
Section 11: E-Branding: Building Brand online
Section 12: Case Study on Aditya Birla Group: Brands in a borderless world
Section 13: Branding Quiz
Section 14: Conclusion

Course Content : 64 Training Video's

NOTE :

The course content only training module and to avail certification, the candidate has to appear for our online diploma certification exam for respective subject. The certificates are issued under "Maharashtra Technical & Self Employment Training Society" approved by Government of India, International Standard ISO Certification. The examination fees shall be additional Rs. 1,999/-

Advertising and Promotions Training

Why Advertising and Promotions Training?

Advertising and Promotions Training, you get acquainted with the various options that companies have in order to market their products. It takes you through the various forms of communication and media that can be used to reach out to the target audience. It throws light on various aspects of advertising, media and other forms of promotions.
Advertising and Promotions Training is ideal for All marketing professionals and students, media and advertising professionals and enthusiasts, entrepreneurs and brand managers of companies and students. The participant gets a good knowledge of how to market a product/brand using various tools.
The participant also gets a basic understanding of how advertising works and also what are the available options if he/she wants to promote his/her company/brand/product, etc. It also acts as a base for any student aspiring to get in media marketing or advertising.

Highlights of Advertising and Promotions Training:
• Introduction to IMC (Integrated Marketing Communications) -
Explains basic concepts of marketing ,Talks about the concept of imc and the tools,Describes the imc planning process in detail,Case studies to understand IMC better.
• Role of IMC in the marketing Process -
Explains the marketing strategy analysis,Target marketing with examples are highlighted,Market positioning and its strategies with suitable examples are given,Marketing program development,Distribution and pricing decisions in marketing,Promotional strategies and decisions.
• Understanding the communication process -
basic communications model and explanation,Models of Consumer Response in Advertising like AIDA, Hierarchy of Effects,Models of Consumer Response in Advertising like Innovation Adoption and Information processing models,FCB Planning Model,ELM Model.

• Advertising Objectives -
Basics about advertising objectives,DAGMAR Model for seting objectives.
• Structure of Advertising and promotions world -
Concepts like advertiser, ad agency,Centralized and Decentralized agencies,Functions of ad agencies,Types of ad agencies,Agency compensation and evaluation,specialized marketing agencies.
• Advertising and Creative Strategy Execution -
fundamentals of an ad campaign,advertising process explained,advertising creativity,creative risks,creativity process,creative strategy development,approaches to creativity,Creative exectution and appeals in advertising.
• Media Planning & Strategy -
basic media concepts,media planning steps,media planning process contd.
• Various forms of media -
print media – newspapers,newspaper classifications,newspaper advertising,newspaper and ad related terms,magazines and their pros and cons,today and tomorrow of print,broadcast media – Television,Players in TV industry,Tv Buying Methods ,Measuring TV audiences,Radio Industry,Radio pros and cons, buying and costing in radio media,outdoor media,transit media.
• Unconventional and Support media -
sponsorships, merchandising, cinema advertising, branded entertainment,internet advertising.

Advertising and Promotions Training Course Goal and Objectives:
The objective of the course is to make participants aware of various forms of marketing communication and media that can be used to reach out to the target audience

Target Audience for Advertising and Promotions Training
• marketing professionals
• students
• media and advertising professionals
• entrepreneurs
• brand managers

Pre-requisites for Advertising and Promotions Training
• The course starts from very basics and hence no prerequisites technical knowledge is required
• Participants must have strong desire to learn marketing

Course Curriculum

Section 1: Introduction to Advertising
Section 2: Role of IMC in the marketing Process
Section 3: Understanding the communication process
Section 4: Advertising Objectives
Section 5: Structure of Advertising and promotions world
Section 6: Advertising and Creative Strategy Execution
Section 7: Media Planning Strategy
Section 8: Various forms of media
Section 9: Unconventional and Support media

Course Content : 53 Training Video's

NOTE :

The course content only training module and to avail certification, the candidate has to appear for our online diploma certification exam for respective subject. The certificates are issued under "Maharashtra Technical & Self Employment Training Society" approved by Government of India, International Standard ISO Certification. The examination fees shall be additional Rs. 1,999/-

Advance Diploma In Digital Marketing
Advance Diploma in Digital Marketing


Effective Communication Skills
Advance Excel
Data Filtering using Pivot
Creativity & Leadership
Microsoft Powerpoint
Email Etiquites  

Creative Designing using Adobe Photoshop / Illustration / InDesign / Flash
Creating Add Banners  

8 P's of Marketing
Brand Management
Advertising & Promotion
Digital Marketing
CISSP Training

What is CISSP?

(CISSP) Certified Information Systems Security Professional is a self-ruling information safety certification dictatored through foreign Information Systems Security Certification Consortium, which is also famous as (ISC). CISSP is characterized as the global standard that manifests an individual’s expertise in many guard disciplines. This certification not only is for the exploration of one’s rigid knowledge about information security; but also a level of achievement that is admitted worldwide. The course is relevant for those who wish to build a career in information security, and wish to get all your key concepts in place.
The CISSP was the first initiative in the field of information security, promoted by the ANSI (American National Standards Institute) to ISO (International Standards Organization) Standard 17024:2003. It is approved by the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) in both their Information Assurance Technical (IAT) and Managerial (IAM) categories.
CISSP certification is not only an impartial measure of distinction, but an all over recognized level of achievement. The participants who wish to gain expertise in defining the design, architecture, management and controls leading to a secure business environment are provided with comprehensive CISSP training
The 5-day training program of CISSP which is delivered by the institutions prepares you thoroughly for the test by passing you by all the 8 domains. With a more of nucleus on understanding security fundamentals and sample tests, this is a program with an excellent success percentage. The training program consists of many practice tests, real-life case studies and Chapter review questions
If you’re wishing to go for the CISSP exam and want to go through a training that would surely help you to cover up the gaps in your knowledge and features. Or if you want to receive a cleat and transparent sight of the key features of information security, then you should go for a prominent course which would take you through all aspects and domains relevant to the exam. Or if you want to build a career place in information technology it becomes important for you to clear CISSP exam and go through a prominent training.
The CISSP has transparently emerged as the most important certification for security professionals. In fact, an informal survey conducted of information security jobs on a maximum employment web site displayed that over 70% of the positions are required for CISSP certification. Corporations are looking for instructed information security professionals, with the introduction to prove it, to protect their information and assets.
What will you be learning while CISSP training?
Study Techniques and Test-Taking Tips
• Submitting essential Paperwork
• preparing for the CISSP Exam
• collateral and Study Aids
• clearing the Exam the First Time
Risk Management and security (Security, Compliance, risk, Law, Business Continuity and regulations)
• integrity, Confidentiality, and availability concepts
• Security direction principles
• Compliance
• Regulatory and legal issues
• Professional mannerism
• standards, Security policies, procedures and guidelines
Protecting Security of Assets
• asset classification and Information
• Ownership (e.g. data owners, system owners)
• Protection of privacy
• suitable retention
• security controls for data
• Handling of requirements (e.g. markings, labels, storage)
Engineering and Management of Security
• Processes of Engineering using secure design principles
• Security models with fundamental concepts
• certainty evaluation models
• certainty capabilities for information systems
• designs, Security architectures and solution elements susceptibility
• Web-based systems suspect abilities
• Mobile systems suspect abilities
• Embedded devices and cyber-physical systems susceptibility
• Cryptography
• Site and facility design secure principles
• Physical security
Designing and Protecting Network Security
• complete network architecture design (e.g. IP & non-IP protocols, segmentation)
• complete network components
• complete communication channels
• Network constraints
Access Management and identification or regulating Access and Managing Identity
• Controlling assets physically and logically
• testimony and authentication of devices and people
• Identity of a benefits (e.g. cloud identity)
• Third-party identity benefits (e.g. on-premise)
• Usage control attacks
• Identity and usage provisioning lifecycle (e.g. provisioning review)
Testing and security assessment of Designing, Performing, and Analyzing Security Testing
• test strategies and Assessment
• Security data processing (e.g. management and operational controls)
• Security test controlling
• Test outputs (e.g. automated, manual)
• Security architectures vulnerabilities
Security Operations
• Monitoring and logging of activities
• Provisioning the resources
• Investigations support and requirements
• Foundational security operations concepts
• Resource protection techniques
• Incident management
• Preventative measures
• Patch and vulnerability management
• Change management processes
• Recovery strategies
• Disaster recovery processes and plans
• Business continuity planning and exercises
• Physical security
• Personnel safety concerns
Software Development Security (Understanding, Applying, and Enforcing Software Security)
• Accessibility in the software designing lifecycle
• Developing environment security controls
• Software security efficiency
• Acquiring software security impact
Review and Q&A Session
• Final Review and Test Prep
Course description:
The domains thought according to the training program are:
• Security and Risk Management (Security, Compliance, risk, Law, Regulations, and Business Continuity)
• Asset Security (Protecting Security of Assets)
• Security Engineering ( management and Engineering of Security)
• Communication and Network Security (Protecting Network Security and designing)
• Identity and Access Management (Managing Identity and Controlling Access)
• Security Assessment and Testing (Performance, Designing, and Analyzing Security Testing)
• Security Operations (Foundational Concepts, , Incident Management, Investigations and Disaster Recovery)
Note: this is not an ISC endorsed course, although it is conducted by our Principal Consultant and international security expert, K. K. Mookhey, who is a CISA, CISSP and CISM certified professional. The participants will receive 35 CPE points for this training.
Course object- references
At the end of this course delegates will be able to;
• Exploring the basics of telecommunication and network security concepts, required components for decreasing security risks, securing channels of communication, and techniques for curing and detecting network-based attacks.
• Understand the important terms and processes of security operations and the method to protect and control information processing assets in a centralized or distributed environment.
• Describe and apply information security governance and Risk Management outer structure including the policies, concepts, principles, methods, structures and standards that are initiated for the prevention of information assets and the method to assess the effectiveness of that protection.
• In-depth coverage of the eight domains required to pass the CISSP exam:
• Security and Risk Management
• Asset Security
• Security Engineering and Cryptography
• Communication and Network Security
• Security Assessment and Testing
• Security Operations
• Security in the Software Development Lifecycle.
What are the requirements for CISSP training?
Candidates must have a at least of 5 years of accumulative paid full-time work experience in two or more of the following 8 domains of the (ISC) CISSP CBK®.:
• Security and Risk Management (Security, Compliance, risk, Law, Regulations, and Business Continuity)
• Asset Security (Protecting Security of Assets)
• Security Engineering ( management and Engineering of Security)
• Communication and Network Security (Protecting Network Security and designing)
• Identity and Access Management (Managing Identity and Controlling Access)
• Security Assessment and Testing (Performance, Designing, and Analyzing Security Testing)
• Security Operations (Foundational Concepts, , Incident Management, Investigations and Disaster Recovery)
Candidates may receive a one year experience waiver with a 4-year college degree, or regional equivalent or additional credential from the (ISC) approved lists, thus requiring four years of direct full-time professional security work experience in 2 or more of the 8 domains of the CISSP CBK.
Different training centers provide different methods of learning techniques but the most of the institutions gives different choices when it comes to modes of learning. Whether you prefer to learn alone or with a group:
• Classroom Training: certified IT courses as classroom and 1-on-1TM training to the students from all over the world who wish to acquire high quality and cost-effective IT training in small groups while also enjoying excursions to nearby places.
• Live Virtual Classroom: Virtual Classroom brings to you an engaging superlative online training experience that lets you learn and gain knowledge from the comfort of your home or office.
• Fly-Me-A-Trainer: Tailored to suit the needs of our corporate clients, Fly-Me-A-Trainer allows enterprises to have our instructors conduct trainings on their premises.
• Flip Classroom: New age training model where students opt for assisted self-study, i.e., learn at your own pace and take guidance from experts whenever required.
Target audience to CISSP training:
CISSP certification is beneficial to IT consultants, security policy writers, managers, privacy officers, network administrators, information security officers, security device administrators, and security engineers.
To qualify for the CISSP appointment, a candidate must pass the CISSP exam (administered separately) and have at least five years of experience in one or more of the 10 domains as stated by (ISC). Students attending this course may wish to further enhance their knowledge in specific areas by attending Wireless Networking or Network Security Courses.
FAQ’s- general questions
There are some questions in the mind of the people when they are choosing to opt for this course. Some of such questions are answered below so as to assist people in making the choice as to whether the course is good enough for them or not.
• What is CISSP course?
Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) is a self ruled information security certificationgoverned by the International Information System Security Certification Consortium, also known as (ISC).As of June 1, 2015, there are 100,102 (ISC) members holding the CISSP certification worldwide, in 160 countries. In June 2004, the CISSP obtained accreditation by ANSI ISO/IEC Standard 17024:2003 accreditation.
• Who can go for this course?
CISSP certification is beneficial to IT consultants, security policy writers, managers, privacy officers, network administrators, information security officers, security device administrators, and security engineers.
• What are the types of training options one can go for?
One can go for any kind of training options according to his comfort
• Classroom Training:
• Live Virtual Classroom
• Fly-Me-A-Trainer
• Flip Classroom
What are the career benefits of CISSP training?
One of the most prominent benefits of passing CISSP exam is job security. Though you are doing well before this exam in your field but when one take up this test, he is assured of a sustained and eventually growing job in future. Several years of worthy working experience with a CISSP certificate would lead you to wonders and will offer you a secured job. CISSP is a beneficial investment towards long term career. There are many reckoned job profiles in the security field after achieving the CISSP certification. After you receive your CISSP certification you just have to maintain it by renewing it after every three year with continuing the education of master degree on information sector. One who has passed the exam and is well versed with his job, education and skills can have a secured job.

Course Curriculum

Section 1: Information Security Governance and Risk Management
1 Cissp Introduction
2 Business Case For Information Security
3 Policies, Procedures, Guidelines Part 1
4 Policies, Procedures, Guidelines Part 2
5 Change Management Part 1
6 Change Management Part 2
7 Change Management Key Factors
8 SOD of Is
9 Controls for SOD
10 Compensating Controls for SOD
11 Information Security Governance and Risk Management Assessment
Section 2: Access controls
Section 3: Telecommunication and Network Security
Section 4: Cryptography
Section 5: Software Development Security
Section 6: Operation Security

Course Content : 111 Training Video's

 

NOTE :

The course content only training module and to avail certification, the candidate has to appear for our online diploma certification exam for respective subject. The certificates are issued under "Maharashtra Technical & Self Employment Training Society" approved by Government of India, International Standard ISO Certification. The examination fees shall be additional Rs. 1,999/-

Advance Diploma In Travel & Tourism
Advance Diploma in Tours & Tourism


Effective Communication Skills
Advance Excel
Data Filtering using Pivot
Creativity & Leadership
Microsoft PowerPoint
Email Etiquette 

Organisational Behaviour
Developing Teamwork
Effective Sales Training
Consumer Behaviour  


Basics of Tours & Tourism Industry
Logistic Management 

Advertising & Promotion
Digital Marketing
Entrepreneurship 
MS Office 2016 Comprehensive Bundle

This course is available only for Smart Employment Card holders @ Rs. 2,499/-


About the Microsoft Office 2016 Bundle:

Having expertise on all the office suites is must now. Each program comes useful in one or the other way every day when you work with data, files and different types of information.
There are numerous functions that are new in Microsoft office suite 2016 and hence Skilling India has brought you this amazing bundle on Microsoft Office 2016. Learn to excel in all Microsoft 2016 suites with Skilling India. Keep Learning and Keep Growing with Skilling India! Excel beyond Excellence by learning online and hands on Courses on MS Office. Lifetime Unlimited Access to 10 epic Microsoft 2016 Courses.

Course Curriculum

1 Overview
2 Opening an Excel Worksheet
3 Ribbons and Quick Access Toolbar
4 Ribbons and Quick Access Toolbar continued
5 Case Study
6 Data entry in excel
7 Data entry in excel continued
8 Populating the Case Study in Excel
9 Calculations
10 Formulas- SUM MAX MIN AVERAGE
11 Formulas continued
12 Formatting- Number Formats
13 Formatting Table formats
14 Updating a Calculation
15 Percentage and Absolute references
16 Conditional Formatting
17 IF Function
18 COUNTIF and SUMIF Function
19 Graphs and Charts
20 Graphs & Charts part 2
21 Graphs & Charts part 3
22 Pie Chart
23 Sort Function
24 Filter Function
25 Pivot table
26 Pivot table part 2
27 Freeze & Split
28 Table Formats
29 Indents and Formatting Charts
30 Printing the Worksheet and Print Layout
31 Shortcuts in excel
32 Shortcuts- Navigation
33 Shortcuts- Workbook Basics
34 Shortcuts- Selection
35 Shortcuts- Working with Data
36 Shortcuts- Formula
37 Common errors
95 Introduction to Microsoft Access
96 Create tables using Application parts
97 Create tables using Application parts (Continues)
98 Make table query
99 Update query
100 Delete query
101 Crosstab query
102 Union Query
103 Statistical Query
104 Data source
105 Form Controls
106 Input Boxes
107 Record Navigation
108 Adding Buttons
109 Setting the tab order
110 Multiple forms
111 Split forms
112 Report structure in design view
113 Adding group
114 Adding fields from other tables
115 Adding totals and sub totals
116 Conditional formatting and data bars
117 Create mailing labels
118 Creating a Macro
119 Attaching macros to objects
120 Using data macros
121 Publishing in HTML or XML
122 Sharing via email
123 Using data analysis tools
124 Encrypting the database
125 Splitting the database
126 Conclusion
127 Introduction to Basic Microsoft Word 2016
128 Introduction to Word 2016 & Understanding the Ribbons
129 Backstage View & Quick Access Toolbar 2016
130 Compatibilty Mode & Navigation Pane 2016
131 Working with Text 2016
132 Selection of Text 2016
133 Find & Replace Text 2016
134 Understanding Fonts 2016
135 Working of fonts & applying basic formatting 2016
136 Text Effects 2016
137 How to save a document 2016
138 Other file format 2016
139 Arranging paper margins, paper orientation & paper size 2016
140 Inserting columns & page break ups 2016
141 Using watermark, page colour & page border 2016
142 Checking spelling & grammar 2016
143 Using thesaurus, word count & translate the language 2016
144 Printing a document 2016
145 Setting Print Options 2016
146 Alignment, Justifying & Line Spacing 2016
147 Use of indents, tabs & bulleted or numbering list 2016
148 Demonstrating a document with pictures 2016
149 Positioning, Wraping & Re-sizing a picture 2016
150 Use of tables, smartart, charts & screen shots 2016
151 Special Effects 2016
152 Customizing a word & its ribbons 2016
153 Introduction to Advance Microsoft Word 2016
154 Understanding Themes
155 Change style sets colors, fonts & paragraph spacing
156 Creating quick styles and table of contents
157 Creating quick styles and table of contents
158 Restrict Formatting and Create Multi-Level List Part 1
159 Restrict Formatting and Create Multi-Level List Part 2
160 Understanding of Tables
161 Converting Text into Table, columns and rows
162 Creating a form
163 Use of excel, converting table into text
164 Understanding of Cover Page
165 Numbering Pages, Headers, Footers AND Text Box
166 Customizing Headers and Footers
167 Document Sharing
168 Tracking Changes
169 Accepting & Rejecting Changes
0 Comparing & Combining Changes
171 Mail Merge
172 Protecting your Document
170 Comparing & Combining Changes
171 Mail Merge
172 Protecting your Document
173 Introduction to Basic Microsoft Powepoint 2016
174 PowerPoint Interface
175 Understanding of Backstage View PowerPoint 2016
176 Changing Views & Add guidelines
177 Build a PPT from scratch
178 Build a presentation slide from a template or theme
Changing Themes
180 Controlling the look of PPT and Adding Header and Footer
181 Customizing the layout slide
182 Forming slides into Modules and readjusting slides
183 Inserting pictures & alignment of objects
184 Effects to a picture
185 Removing the background from images and use of eyedropper tool
186 Use of bullet points & outline mode
187 Use of text boxes & word art
188 Working on Tables
189 Use of thesaurus, research and language tools
190 Adding and Formatting Shapes
191 Cropping a shape to picture and merging shapes
192 Use of Charts and Smart Arts_part01
193 Use of Charts and Smart Arts_part02
194 Adding Equations
195 Adding and Formatting Video
196 Adding and Formatting Audio
197 Adding Slide Transitions and Animation to Objects_part01
198 Adding Slide Transitions and Animation to Objects_part02
199 Introduction to Advanced Microsoft PowerPoint 2016
200 Creating new style
201 Adding more animation to a slide
202 Motion Animation
203 Drawing a Sketch
204 3D Pop-out Photos
205 3D Curved Roadmap
206 3D Effects to Wooden Block
207 Effects to GIF image
208 Adding Notes & Printing the Slides
209 Preparing for Presentation & Adding Comments
210 Reviewing & Comparing Changes
211 Use of Slide Show & Presenter View
212 Use of ink highlighter
213 Use of set up slide show & custom slide show
214 Save presentation as video
215 Save a presentation in other format
216 Sharing the Presentation
217 Getting Started with Outlook 2016
218 Types of Email accounts
219 Adding POP,IMAP Account
220 Adding and Removing an Account
221 Reading an E-mail
222 Managing the Inbox looks
223 Adding Columns in inbox
224 Saving and Removing attachments
225 Searching an email
226 Filtering Junk emails
227 Creating and Sending an email
228 Exploring Insert Tab
229 Understanding Quick Part
230 Responding E-mails
231 Text Body Formatting
232 Creating e-mail Signature
233 Setting Autoreply by creating Rule
234 Creating Stationary
235 Creating Voting Options in mail
236 Creating New Contact
237 Creating Contact from email
238 Creating Contact Group
239 Working with Categories
240 Searching Contacts in People Hub
241 Creating Contact Folder and Folder Group
242 Forwarding Contact
243 Setting Conditional Formatting for inbox mails
244 Follow up Flags
245 Assigning Color Category
246 Managing E-mail folders
247 Automate tasks using quick steps
248 Cleanup tools
249 Introduction to Calendar Interface
250 Creating an appointment
251 Meeting Invitation
252 Creating meeting through mail
253 Creating Calendar Group
254 Emailing and Printing your calendar
255 Creating and Assigning Tasks
256 Working with electronic sticky notes
257 Creating Backup File
258 Customizing outlook settings
259 Conclusion
260 OneNote Introduction
261 What is One Note
262 Launching One Note
263 Understanding the interface
264 Sharing Notebook- Properties
265 Creating a New Notebook
266 Adding New Modules
267 Working with Pages and Sub-pages
268 Creating a Note
269 Sending Content to One Note
270 Copy data from PDF
271 Screen Clipping
272 Adding Images and Adding Media Files
273 Inserting Excel Sheets
274 Adding Equations and Symbols
275 Formatting Text and Using Styles
276 Bullets, Numbering, Spell Check and Auto Correct Options
277 Customizing the Interface
278 Search Option and Uses of Tags
279 Adding new Templates
280 Creating a New Template
281 Page setup
282 Adding Graphics to Background
283 Inserting a Table
284 Formatting the Table
285 Using OneNote Draw Option
286 Changing Handwriting, Shapes and Ink to Math option
287 Saving to other Formats
288 Inviting others and Creating a shared link
289 Syncing the Notebook
290 Author Indicators and Identifying Recent changes
291 Quick access toolbar and Ribbon changes
292 Email Option changes
293 Setting up Password
294 Backup Options for Notebook

What is the Target Audience for this Microsoft office 2016 Bundle?
• Students
• Professionals
• Entrepreneurs
• Microsoft Office 2016 users
• Anybody wanting to learn Microsoft Office 2016

What are the Pre-requisites?
• A PC with Internet connection
• Microsoft Office 2016 installed


Course Content : 294 Training Video

NO CERTIFICATE WITH THIS COURSE

To avail Certificate for the course the candidate has to select the ONLINE EXAM during registration process. The examination cost shall Rs. 1,499/- added with the course and post completion of course the candidate has to clear the online test.

Entrepreneurship Course

About Entrepreneurship Course:

This Entrepreneurship and Cutting Edge Technologies content from the world of business, which we believe has not percolated down to business school level in India. This Entrepreneurship and Cutting Edge Technologies will focus to a high degree on the Business Model Canvas and following are the concepts that you will learn.
Installed Base Profit Model ensures the base product is installed at a discount, but consumables are sold at high margins. Multi component Profit Model offers the same product, but is made available at different price points to exploit the buyer’s varying price sensitivities at different situations. Local Leadership Model involves having large number of outlets in whichever city they are competing in, achieving economies of scale, create buying power and reducing their purchase costs.
Speciality Product Profit Model contribute more to business because of the patents involved. Time Profit Model involves designing 3 generations of the product in parallel, so that the company can maintain lead in the market place. Profit Multiplier Model involves using distribution of a popular brand to your advantage.
One of the interesting question that you may ask when you are taking this course is why are you here? Skilling India hopes you’re here to find out what does it take to go from an idea to a business. But what’s really interesting what that missed is that they were really no tools provided in this curriculum for starting new businesses.
One of the biggest misconceptions was believing that startups are just smaller versions of a large company. That everything you do in a big company, you’ll do on day one for your startup. What we now know is something very different than we did earlier. The main difference is that startups do something called search while large companies spend their time, at least their core time, implementing.
The result of assuming you know the customer problem means you assume you know every possible feature to ship on day one. So you shut the door, then you start implementing. And instead of just implementing a piece at a time, you actually implement every possible feature you could think about for version 1.0. The irony is that we now know somewhere between That’s an enormous amount of waste of time and money that ends up on the floor.
Existing Market, Resegmented Market, New Market and Clone Market with Time To Profitability in each market.

What are the requirements for Entrepreneurship Course?

• The characteristics of a budding entrepreneur like passion, tenacity, and a willingness to work hard, are essential.
• We also recommend you join the class with at least a rough idea of a business model.
What am I going to get from this Entrepreneurship Course?
• Over 50 lectures and hours of content!
Learn the business skills it takes to bring your idea from conception to market.
• Identifying key resources, partners, activities, and distribution channels required to deliver your product to your customer

What is the target audience for Entrepreneurship Course?

• Students
• Professionals
• Anyone who wants to learn a new Microsoft Suite program
• Talk to customers, build a Business Model Canvas, prototype your product and pitch to coaches.

Course Curriculum

Section 1: Introduction
1 Introduction
Section 2: Business Model Canvas
2 Business Model Canvas – Customer Segments & Value Proposition
3 Customer Distribution Channels, Customer Relationships and the Revenue Streams
4 key resources, key activities and key partnerships and the cost structure
5 Scientific validation process, preparation of the Business model canvas
Section 3: Multi Sided Platform
Section 4: Bait & Hook Model
Section 5: Customer Segments & Market Types

Course Content : 57 Training Video's

NOTE :

The course content only training module and to avail certification, the candidate has to appear for our online diploma certification exam for respective subject. The certificates are issued under "Maharashtra Technical & Self Employment Training Society" approved by Government of India and International Standard ISO Certification. The examination fees shall be additional Rs. 1,999/-

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