DAA Member Benefit: Short Course Certificates

By Marilee Yorchak posted 22 days ago

  

Members told us that they wanted to be able to beef up their digital analytics skills in specific areas – without a big time commitment or big financial investment. We listened, and along with significant member input and contributions, the new short course certificate program was developed.

 

Two short courses have been launched so far: A/B Testing & Optimization, and Multivariate Testing, and Lead Scoring will launch this summer. DAA short courses are a self-paced, curated study experience that are designed to take you only on average 3-6 hours to complete, including the knowledge test. Upon successful completion of the short-course, DAA will award you a certificate & digital badge in that specific area.   Best of all – the courses are very inexpensive….only $49 for members!

 

These short courses are an effective way to increase your knowledge and personal proficiency in a specific area of learning in the digital analytics industry.

 

Make the most of your membership by using your member discount to add to your skill set and make yourself more valuable to your employer or clients!


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