Nov 13-15
2019

Applied Analyst Training

Baton Rouge, LA
Training

Address:
Baton Rouge Area Chamber
564 Laurel St
Baton Rouge, LA 70801

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This 2.5-day course teaches economic development researchers and labor market information (LMI) analysts advanced skills in collecting, analyzing, and presenting regional economic and labor market data to answer questions about key industries, workforce supply and demand, education and training needs, and demographic trends in pre-defined regions. Working in groups, participants master skills in the following areas:

  • Building demographic & economic profiles
  • Measuring economic health & competitiveness
  • Conducting industry & occupational trend analyses
  • Combining labor market & education data to anticipate skill needs
  • Presenting and communicating data effectively

While there is no pre-requisite for this course, intermediate to advanced skills in Excel are highly recommended.

Target Audience: This course is designed for practitioners with two-to-five years of experience in economic and/or labor market analysis.

For more information on course content, please contact Jennie Allison. For questions on registrations and/or logistics please contact Spencer Abrams.

Trainers:
Adrienne Johnson, Consultant
Jeffrey E. Rosenthal, Ph.D., Senior Workforce Analyst, North Carolina Department of Commerce