career path

Data Management Course

Part time (3 months)
Get a recognized diploma, support until you are hired and a flexible job that is in high demand.
NEXT ENTRY
January 10, 2023
March 06, 2023
PRICE OF THE TRAINING
2490€

Training content

1. Programming

Python Fundamentals, Pandas

2. Data gouvernance

Data Quality, Acculturation Data

3. Databases

Data, SQL

4. Business intelligence

Power BI, Make

2. Data gouvernance

Data Quality, Acculturation Data

4. Business intelligence

Power BI, Make

Throughout your Data management training, you will carry out a 30-hour project.
The objective: to apply your learning to a real problem and benefit from a first concrete achievement to add to your portfolio. 

The Data Manager course is recognized by the State and validates the skills recognized at the RSCH (Excel and Python).

A hybride learning format

Combining flexible learning on a platform and Masterclasses led by a Data Scientist, this mix has attracted more than 6000 alumni, and gives our training courses a completion rate of +98%!

Our teaching method is based on learning by doing:

  • Practical application: All our training modules include online exercises so that you can implement the concepts developed in the course.
  • Masterclass: For each module, 1 to 2 Masterclasses are organized live with a tutor to address current technologies, methods, and tools in the field of machine learning and data science.

A Data Manager's missions

The main objective of the data manager is to transform data into strategic capital for the company. Every company must build its own strategy and implement the appropriate architectures. The data manager defines the standards and tools for data management. It ensures the accessibility, reliability and security of data within an organization

Study

Study the company’s data to define which ones will be extracted and processed according to their reliability.

Advise

Advise the company for proper use of the data collected.

Achieve

Realization of dashboards and development of statistical models.

Interpret

Interpretation of the results obtained.

Do you have questions about the Data Management job?

Data-related jobs are constantly developing. It is essential to define each of them in order to better understand the current expectations of companies and thus align training and hiring opportunities.

Among them, we find the Data Engineer, a profession in full expansion. Find all the information you need by downloading this fact sheet: expected skills, technologies to be used, career prospects and salary.

You have questions ? We have the answers.

Accordion Content

Companies have now become aware of the quantities but above all of the potential that data represents . Its management is therefore all the more important to guarantee that it is scientifically sound and used, fully documented and transparent or even easily accessible and usable.

This high level of well-defined requirements has increased the need for professionalism in data management activities, which promotes rigorous auditing and reporting of compliance. As a result, many professions have emerged: data analyst, data scientist, data engineer, etc. However, these professions could not exist without a key element: data. However, it is not free from errors, evils or manipulations, someone must take care of its management, it is the Data Manager.

The Data Manager manages data assets to improve their reusability, accessibility and quality . It approves data naming standards, develops consistent data definitions, and documents business rules. This then results in a unification of the company’s data.

The Data Management referent is responsible for ensuring the integration of the following data:

  • Naming standards
  • Definitions of Entities and Attributions
  • Specification of business rules
  • Specification of calculation methods
  • Data quality and data retention criteria
  • Source the data
  • Data Security Specification

Such an integrated view forms the basis of the shared data that is essential in data warehouses. The data manager must understand the technical issues of data integration .

It is usually exposed to the business world while modeling business rules, entities and attributes of data.

Data Manager roles and responsibilities may vary depending on the maturity of the data program within the company.

Those in positions new to the company focus more on tasks to consolidate data from platforms and establish processes to best manage the data.

Those in companies with the most mature data programs typically focus on higher value-added tasks ( data quality assurance, standards compliance, etc. )

In general, the missions of the referent in Data Management are the following:

  • Guarantee the quality of the data collected and used by the company
  • Troubleshoot data integration issues
  • Ensure data security and manage regulatory risks
  • Document the data , calculations, summaries, etc.
  • Update the rules governing access to data (confidentiality)

In summary, data management leaders are responsible for the management and quality of all data within the company and ensure that the data rules established by the data governance program are followed. By acting as intermediaries between information systems and users, they are probably the most sought-after profiles today.

The daily tasks of the data manager revolve around the following:

  • Define Data Governance processes and their implementation
  • Establish data contracts and policies and ensure that these are respected within the company
  • Update data mapping (collection, storage, processing, destination) – Ensure legal compliance and security of data handling
  • Control the quality and detect irregularities (cleaning of data, quality controls, coordination of improvement actions, etc.)
  • Develop monitoring indicators and create reports, KPIs to ensure optimal functioning of data processes
  • Improve data accessibility
  • Establish a diagnosis on the data heritage (value, quality)
  • Educate the different teams on how to use the data so that they can take ownership of it and monitor its use.

Designate a manager within the Data Stewards team who will be responsible for overseeing each of the main data areas.

Divided into a team, the Data Stewards will be responsible for resolving data integration issues in their own domain. The results will then be transmitted to data administrators and databases and then integrated into the company’s data models.

Just as there is a Data Architect in most data administration functions, there should also be a manager with a Data Management background who determines and controls everyone’s domain.

Accordion Content

To follow a data management training, it is necessary to have at least a BAC or qualified professional experience

Knowledge of a programming language or professional experience in data is appreciated.

This job involves a fairly substantial share of information transmission, notions of communication and marketing will also be an advantage for the person wishing to train. Even if the training is centered on the organization and management of data, mathematics remains an essential component for a good understanding of the logical principles that will be discussed. People with prior knowledge of certain statistical principles (expectation, variance, algebra, etc.) will progress more quickly in the training and will be able to approach new concepts in our training more easily.

These training courses are also accessible to anyone with a scientific profession, professional qualifications being generally sufficient to develop those essential to Data Management professions.

Once you have registered on the website, we contact you to present DataScientest and its offers as well as to discuss your background and your wishes so that they coincide with our training courses.

Then, a technical test of positioning essentially mathematics of probability/statistics and fairly basic algebra is submitted to you. This does not sanction you in any way and is only used to position you. A member of the admissions team will then contact you to inform you of the results and discuss your motivations and the relevance of your project.

So far, you are not engaged with DataScientest and can, according to your convenience, not continue your steps.

The registration phase will only begin after your project has been confirmed. From then on, our teams will take care of organizing your Data Management training.

  • precise vision of Big Data, its challenges , its environment and its main technologies and solutions
  • An understanding of the importance of data management in business strategy
  • Control of the temporal operation of the data and a guarantee of its quality
  • Expertise in aligning the various businesses with the data life cycle
  • An ability to transform large volumes of different data into useful and actionable information
  • An ability to identify specific business needs and restore data to them

To combine flexibility and motivation, DataScientest’s pedagogy is based on hybrid professional training . This makes it possible to combine flexibility and rigor without compromising on one or the other. A 100% distance training combining synchronous (masterclass) and asynchronous times (courses and exercises on the ready-to-code platform) so that motivation is always there. This translates into 85% learning on the coached platform and 15% masterclass session by videoconference.

The courses are given by videoconference but the follow-up remains the same with teachers available and attentive to your progress throughout your training. 

Accordion Content

Of course ! And who better placed to provide support than our trainers, who also designed the program . They are available and attentive to all questions, both theoretical and practical, to which they will not hesitate to answer by demonstrating pedagogy.

In addition, your progress will be closely monitored by our teachers, concerned about your success and your commitment. Any disconnection for an extended period will be notified to your cohort manager who will immediately hear from you: we won’t let you down !

Finally, the hand correction of papers, exams and defenses will be carried out by our panel of qualified teachers: the learning format has been designed so that everyone can progress at their convenience and efficiently. We are deeply convinced that quality learning can only take place through personalized follow.

Beta-tests are made available for our alumni to stay up to date and develop new data skills even after the end of the training.

At the same time, newsletters drawn up by our Data Scientists are regularly sent and are a reliable source of specialized data science information.

Finally, the DataScientest community continues to grow, and with it all of its alumni. To keep in touch and allow former students to communicate with each other, DataScientest has set up a group of alumni on LinkedIn who share and discuss various themes around Data Science. 

The DatAlumni community is a LinkedIn community that brings together DataScientest alumni . On this page, questions, tips and technology news are shared for everyone’s benefit . In addition to this, DataScientest will launch in the coming weeks a trombinoscope which will put alumni in contact, this one will include the company and the position of each one.

Initially, DataScientest supported the data transition of companies. This has made it possible to create strong links with the major groups which have ensured the growth of our structure.

Subsequently, they are the ones who motivated the launch of our offer to individuals in order to compensate for the lack of competent profiles. This need for good profiles is reflected in the survey we conducted among 30 CAC 40 groups . Even if they had tight budget constraints, only 4% believe they would downsize their data scientist workforce; by comparison, 28% would still seek to increase their number by more than 20%.

With our experience with large companies, we regularly organize recruitment fairs with our partner companies, addressed to all our students and alumni.

On the first day of your entry into training, a platform dedicated to career services containing all the workshops essential to your job search will be presented to you. You can access it continuously, even after the end of your training.

Mathilde and Morgane, our career managers are entirely dedicated to you throughout your training. It is possible to make an appointment individually with one of them in order to accompany you and answer any questions you may have about your career plan.

In addition to this, career workshops are organized every month:

  • A workshop to help you write a good CV and data-oriented Linkedin
  • A workshop to help you strategize your job search with different topics on presentation, career change, salary negotiation and technical test training. In addition to these subjects, there are other workshops to be defined according to individual needs.

On the other hand, concrete actions are put in place to support you in your job search: recruitment fair organized by DataScientest with its partner companies, organization of Webinars with data experts, communication actions to boost your visibility (CV competition, DataDays, project articles published on the blog and external reference media).

To find out about all of DataScientest’s career support actions, click on this link.

Newsletters developed by our data scientists are sent regularly and are a reliable source of specialized data science information.

At the same time, the DataScientest community continues to grow, and with it all of its alumni.

To keep in touch and allow former students to communicate with each other, DataScientest has set up a group of alumni on LinkedIn  who share and discuss various themes around Data Science.

Questions, tips, and technology news are shared on this page for the benefit of all. You will be invited to join it at the beginning of your training. Also on the agenda: are business opportunities, networking, and events (trade shows, Data Challenges…).
This has made it possible to create strong links with the major groups, which have ensured the growth of our structure.

Initially, DataScientest supported the data transition of companies. This has made it possible to create strong links with the major groups which have ensured the growth of our structure.

Thanks to our experience with large companies, we regularly organize recruitment fairs for all our students and alumni with our partner companies. 

Accordion Content

Companies have now become aware of the quantities but above all of the potential that data represents . Its management is therefore all the more important to guarantee that it is scientifically sound and used, fully documented and transparent or even easily accessible and usable.

This high level of well-defined requirements has increased the need for professionalism in data management activities, which promotes rigorous auditing and reporting of compliance. As a result, many professions have emerged: data analyst, data scientist, data engineer, etc. However, these professions could not exist without a key element: data. However, it is not free from errors, evils or manipulations, someone must take care of its management, it is the Data Manager.

The Data Manager manages data assets to improve their reusability, accessibility and quality . It approves data naming standards, develops consistent data definitions, and documents business rules. This then results in a unification of the company’s data.

The Data Management referent is responsible for ensuring the integration of the following data:

  • Naming standards
  • Definitions of Entities and Attributions
  • Specification of business rules
  • Specification of calculation methods
  • Data quality and data retention criteria
  • Source the data
  • Data Security Specification

Such an integrated view forms the basis of the shared data that is essential in data warehouses. The data manager must understand the technical issues of data integration .

It is usually exposed to the business world while modeling business rules, entities and attributes of data.

Data Manager roles and responsibilities may vary depending on the maturity of the data program within the company.

Those in positions new to the company focus more on tasks to consolidate data from platforms and establish processes to best manage the data.

Those in companies with the most mature data programs typically focus on higher value-added tasks ( data quality assurance, standards compliance, etc. )

In general, the missions of the referent in Data Management are the following:

  • Guarantee the quality of the data collected and used by the company
  • Troubleshoot data integration issues
  • Ensure data security and manage regulatory risks
  • Document the data , calculations, summaries, etc.
  • Update the rules governing access to data (confidentiality)

In summary, data management leaders are responsible for the management and quality of all data within the company and ensure that the data rules established by the data governance program are followed. By acting as intermediaries between information systems and users, they are probably the most sought-after profiles today.

The daily tasks of the data manager revolve around the following:

  • Define Data Governance processes and their implementation
  • Establish data contracts and policies and ensure that these are respected within the company
  • Update data mapping (collection, storage, processing, destination) – Ensure legal compliance and security of data handling
  • Control the quality and detect irregularities (cleaning of data, quality controls, coordination of improvement actions, etc.)
  • Develop monitoring indicators and create reports, KPIs to ensure optimal functioning of data processes
  • Improve data accessibility
  • Establish a diagnosis on the data heritage (value, quality)
  • Educate the different teams on how to use the data so that they can take ownership of it and monitor its use.

Designate a manager within the Data Stewards team who will be responsible for overseeing each of the main data areas.

Divided into a team, the Data Stewards will be responsible for resolving data integration issues in their own domain. The results will then be transmitted to data administrators and databases and then integrated into the company’s data models.

Just as there is a Data Architect in most data administration functions, there should also be a manager with a Data Management background who determines and controls everyone’s domain.

Accordion Content

To follow a data management training, it is necessary to have at least a BAC or qualified professional experience

Knowledge of a programming language or professional experience in data is appreciated.

This job involves a fairly substantial share of information transmission, notions of communication and marketing will also be an advantage for the person wishing to train. Even if the training is centered on the organization and management of data, mathematics remains an essential component for a good understanding of the logical principles that will be discussed. People with prior knowledge of certain statistical principles (expectation, variance, algebra, etc.) will progress more quickly in the training and will be able to approach new concepts in our training more easily.

These training courses are also accessible to anyone with a scientific profession, professional qualifications being generally sufficient to develop those essential to Data Management professions.

Once you have registered on the website, we contact you to present DataScientest and its offers as well as to discuss your background and your wishes so that they coincide with our training courses.

Then, a technical test of positioning essentially mathematics of probability/statistics and fairly basic algebra is submitted to you. This does not sanction you in any way and is only used to position you. A member of the admissions team will then contact you to inform you of the results and discuss your motivations and the relevance of your project.

So far, you are not engaged with DataScientest and can, according to your convenience, not continue your steps.

The registration phase will only begin after your project has been confirmed. From then on, our teams will take care of organizing your Data Management training.

  • precise vision of Big Data, its challenges , its environment and its main technologies and solutions
  • An understanding of the importance of data management in business strategy
  • Control of the temporal operation of the data and a guarantee of its quality
  • Expertise in aligning the various businesses with the data life cycle
  • An ability to transform large volumes of different data into useful and actionable information
  • An ability to identify specific business needs and restore data to them

To combine flexibility and motivation, DataScientest’s pedagogy is based on hybrid professional training . This makes it possible to combine flexibility and rigor without compromising on one or the other. A 100% distance training combining synchronous (masterclass) and asynchronous times (courses and exercises on the ready-to-code platform) so that motivation is always there. This translates into 85% learning on the coached platform and 15% masterclass session by videoconference.

The courses are given by videoconference but the follow-up remains the same with teachers available and attentive to your progress throughout your training. 

Accordion Content

Of course ! And who better placed to provide support than our trainers, who also designed the program . They are available and attentive to all questions, both theoretical and practical, to which they will not hesitate to answer by demonstrating pedagogy.

In addition, your progress will be closely monitored by our teachers, concerned about your success and your commitment. Any disconnection for an extended period will be notified to your cohort manager who will immediately hear from you: we won’t let you down !

Finally, the hand correction of papers, exams and defenses will be carried out by our panel of qualified teachers: the learning format has been designed so that everyone can progress at their convenience and efficiently. We are deeply convinced that quality learning can only take place through personalized follow.

Beta-tests are made available for our alumni to stay up to date and develop new data skills even after the end of the training.

At the same time, newsletters drawn up by our Data Scientists are regularly sent and are a reliable source of specialized data science information.

Finally, the DataScientest community continues to grow, and with it all of its alumni. To keep in touch and allow former students to communicate with each other, DataScientest has set up a group of alumni on LinkedIn who share and discuss various themes around Data Science. 

The DatAlumni community is a LinkedIn community that brings together DataScientest alumni . On this page, questions, tips and technology news are shared for everyone’s benefit . In addition to this, DataScientest will launch in the coming weeks a trombinoscope which will put alumni in contact, this one will include the company and the position of each one.

Initially, DataScientest supported the data transition of companies. This has made it possible to create strong links with the major groups which have ensured the growth of our structure.

Subsequently, they are the ones who motivated the launch of our offer to individuals in order to compensate for the lack of competent profiles. This need for good profiles is reflected in the survey we conducted among 30 CAC 40 groups . Even if they had tight budget constraints, only 4% believe they would downsize their data scientist workforce; by comparison, 28% would still seek to increase their number by more than 20%.

With our experience with large companies, we regularly organize recruitment fairs with our partner companies, addressed to all our students and alumni.

On the first day of your entry into training, a platform dedicated to career services containing all the workshops essential to your job search will be presented to you. You can access it continuously, even after the end of your training.

Mathilde and Morgane, our career managers are entirely dedicated to you throughout your training. It is possible to make an appointment individually with one of them in order to accompany you and answer any questions you may have about your career plan.

In addition to this, career workshops are organized every month:

  • A workshop to help you write a good CV and data-oriented Linkedin
  • A workshop to help you strategize your job search with different topics on presentation, career change, salary negotiation and technical test training. In addition to these subjects, there are other workshops to be defined according to individual needs.

On the other hand, concrete actions are put in place to support you in your job search: recruitment fair organized by DataScientest with its partner companies, organization of Webinars with data experts, communication actions to boost your visibility (CV competition, DataDays, project articles published on the blog and external reference media).

To find out about all of DataScientest’s career support actions, click on this link.

Newsletters developed by our data scientists are sent regularly and are a reliable source of specialized data science information.

At the same time, the DataScientest community continues to grow, and with it all of its alumni.

To keep in touch and allow former students to communicate with each other, DataScientest has set up a group of alumni on LinkedIn  who share and discuss various themes around Data Science.

Questions, tips, and technology news are shared on this page for the benefit of all. You will be invited to join it at the beginning of your training. Also on the agenda: are business opportunities, networking, and events (trade shows, Data Challenges…).
This has made it possible to create strong links with the major groups, which have ensured the growth of our structure.

Initially, DataScientest supported the data transition of companies. This has made it possible to create strong links with the major groups which have ensured the growth of our structure.

Thanks to our experience with large companies, we regularly organize recruitment fairs for all our students and alumni with our partner companies. 

Are you interested?