Emmanuel Otori Lagos Data School

Lagos Data School; an organization that provides human capacity training in data science for professionals has recently launched its operations in Ikeja, Lagos Nigeria.

Speaking at the launch ceremony, the Chief Executive Officer, Emmanuel Otori mentioned that the need for data in decision making helps to limit waste, reduce assumptions and take accurate measures of associated risk.

Data professionals are one of the highest paid career paths in the world today and having served organizations in training and consulting such as the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC), The Royal Norwegian Embassy, Greenville, FCT Service Commission, The Federal Capital Territory Authority (FCTA), Lagos Data School is poised to deliver top-notch experiential insights into how to adopt the tools to explore the field of data analysis and as well get insights from data to drive fact driven decisions.

Lagos Data School has its Ikeja office at No. 10, Bisi Agabi Street, Balogun Bus-stop, Opposite side of Lagoon hospital, Off Obafemi Awolowo Way, Allen Bus-stop, Ikeja, Lagos State.

The Chief Executive mentioned that the conducive learning environment and seasoned instructs coach learners to acquaint themselves with the most recent knowledge in utilizing data for key business decision making.

The learning institute is now open to begin to receive students on a continuous basis as sessions are personalized and one-on-one with instructors. Sessions are project based, physical and optimum for professionals considering pivoting into tech.

Following the success Abuja Data School, the guarantee of Lagos Data School to deliver value to its learners and clientele is unarguably the best among technological institutes.

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