Deloitte Academy is divided into individual faculties according to specialisations. Below, you can find an overview of all faculties.
The Data Science Faculty is intended for analysts and managers who want to get real business value from data. We will teach analysts how to practically apply various data science techniques and help them move from a basic junior analyst up to a master data scientist. We will show managers how to correctly select and use appropriate data for the improvement of processes inside the firm.More information
The Business Design Faculty is intended for everyone who wants to grow personally or professionally, regardless of the specialisation or industry in which they work. Thanks to practically focused workshops, you will gain innovative knowledge in designing new products and services, but also methodologies applicable to any issue or challenge. This also includes the creation of corporate strategy. You will gain knowledge that is necessary for every innovator according to current global trends.More information
Data are all around us. However, it is not always easy to understand them, and special attention must therefore be paid not only to their processing but also to their visualisation. The Data Visualisation Faculty is intended for everyone who would like to get to the heart of data visualisation, no matter if they are complete beginners or advanced users who want to master BI tools such as Tableau or Power BI, or learn the principles and procedures of data visualisation at a professional level.More information
In today’s world of business and fast digital growth, we are constantly facing various kinds of new risks. In order to work efficiently and responsibly, entrepreneurs and managers must not only keep up to date about the development trends, but they also need to know the potential related pitfalls and challenges. This is exactly what our Risk Faculty can help them with.More information
The Digital Public Faculty of Deloitte Academy accentuates the ongoing digitalisation of public administration in the Czech Republic in the national and international context. This process is reflected in the effective, functional and economical implementation of computerisation of public authorities’ back-office and front-office agendas (state administration and local governments)More information