Junior Data Analyst Program
Eager to dive into data? Uncover the skills employers seek and launch your data-driven career in just 3 months!
everything you need to
Become a Successful Junior Data Analyst
The Junior Data Analyst Program is a tuition-free and intermediate program. This course equips participants with marketable skills for tech-enabled jobs. The JDA program is for job-seekers who enjoy complex, critical and technical analysis and, testing and validating data.
This is a highly competitive program which requires previous knowledge in IT, technical and/or programming and professional experience. Please see the Program Eligibility details below to ensure you are qualified. If you do not possess the required education and professional experience your application will be considered for our JITA program. Our Admissions staff will make final decisions regarding eligibility.
This 3-month program is tailored for residents of Alberta, British Columbia, Nova Scotia, and Ontario* in English and in French to Québec residents only.
The next program:
Available in: ON, NS
Offered in: English
*Residents of these locations in ON can apply:
Cambridge, Greater Toronto Area, Kingston, Kitchener, Hamilton, London, Waterloo, Windsor, Gananoque, and Ottawa.
Please visit our application page to find out when the next available program is in your province. We can only accept a number of participants in each location and the next program may be full. Early applications are encouraged.
Graduates of this program are qualified to work in high-demand jobs like:
What you'll learn:
We are committed to serving those who need us the most. See if you qualify for our program:
*In Alberta and Ontario, due to overwhelming demand for our programs, we have many more applicants than available seats. To ensure fairness, we use a computerized lottery system to randomly allocate available program seats to qualified applicants. Applicants not admitted by the lottery system will be welcome to reapply in 24 months. This lottery system also supports a research study that NPower Canada is conducting to measure the long-term effectiveness of our programs. Eligible Ontario and Alberta applicants are required to enroll in our research project as part of our admissions process, however, after admissions results are shared, applicants can withdraw from the research.
Learn more about the research and lottery here.
Successful graduates will benefit from:
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