Accelebrate teaches on-site Power BI training courses at client sites throughout the New York City area and other New York venues.
Microsoft Power BI (Business Intelligence) is a powerful business analytics and visualization tool that is part of the Microsoft Power Platform. Power BI’s easy-to-use interface allows anyone, from beginners to experienced data analysts, to:
Accelebrate offers onsite or online Power BI training for groups of 3 or more. Whether your team is looking to get started reporting with Power BI Desktop or take their data analysis and data modeling skills to the next level, we can deliver tailored training to fit your group’s learning needs through hands-on instruction and real life scenarios. In addition, most Power BI classes can incorporate your own data if desired.
Looking for where to start? Our Power BI Learning Paths show which courses are right for your group.
In New York City and elsewhere in New York, we have trained for:
This class covers a wide range of topics and features of Expression Web so it is suitable for novices and advanced users alike.- Anonymous - Perkins Eastman, New York, NY
Very intense course and extremely knowledgeable instructor. Would highly recommend this course to anyone willing to improve there Java Struts skills- Anonymous - DTCC, New York, NY
Definitely worth taking the training by Accelebrate. As a beginner on Sharepoint Design, I found this class to give me a good head start.- Diego R. - Queens College, Flushing, NY
The instructor was very knowledgeable and responsive to individual questions of students at various levels.- Anonymous - Pace University, New York, NY
Good pace, very knowledgeable and will have a lasting impact on any front end systems I modify.- Chris M. - NYISO, Rensselaer, NY
Our live, instructor-led lectures are far more effective than pre-recorded classes
If your team is not 100% satisfied with your training, we do what's necessary to make it right
Whether you are at home or in the office, we make learning interactive and engaging
We accept check, ACH/EFT, major credit cards, and most purchase orders