Course Description

Hachion’s Tableau online course is well designed by professional experts with advanced concepts. Qualitative content and expert training help you to gain in-depth knowledge of the tool. Even beginners can also learn this course very easily as the curriculum is prepared in a step-by-step procedure. Tableau is very easy to learn and user-friendly. Freshers who want to build a career in Business Intelligence and Data Analysis may choose the Tableau career path because there are diverse numerous job opportunities with great pay. 

We are offering 3 types of courses in Tableau 

  • Tableau Basic course -( 2 weeks)
  • Tableau Intermediate course - (2 weeks)
  • Tableau Advanced course  - (2 weeks)

Each module duration - is 2 Weeks and $250 for each module.

Course Fee : 750 USD

Tableau Learners from Hachion: 70
Benefits from Hachion

12 Hours of LIVE training with recordings

FREE Tableau license for 1 year

Assignments and Exercises

Mock Interview and Doubts clarification sessions

Certification Assistance

Resume and interview assistance

Course Schedule

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Choose the best training mode which suits to your requirement
Live online training

USD 750

Training Fee: USD 833.3 10% Discount

  • Live interactive online training
  • Daily Assignments and Lab exercises
  • Resume and certification guidance
  • Mock interview and live project assistance
  • Resume marketing and job assistance
Mentoring mode training
  • Live interactive online training
  • Daily Assignments and Lab exercises
  • Resume and certification guidance
  • Mock interview and live project assistance
  • Resume marketing and job assistance
Live online training and internship
  • Live interactive online training
  • Daily Assignments and Lab exercises
  • Resume and certification guidance
  • Mock interview and live project assistance
  • Resume marketing and job assistance

Course Content

  • Knowledge of Business Intelligence (BI) platform
  • Tableau Architecture
  • Tableau Desktop 
  • Scenario 
  • Objectives 
  • Application Terminology and Definitions 
  • Opening and Closing Tableau 
  • Data Source Page 
  • Tableau Workspace 
  • Files and Folders 
  • Getting Started with Tableau 
  • View Terminology and Definitions 
  • View Sections 
  • Data Terminology and Definitions 
  • Data Types 
  • Data Roles: Dimension vs. Measure 
  • Data Roles: Continuous vs. Discrete 
  • Changing Data Roles 
  • Visual Cues for Fields 
  • Visual Cues for Fields in the Data Pane 
  • Visual Cues for Fields in the Rows or Column Shelves 
  • Connecting to Tableau Data Server 

  • What is a Join 

  • Types of Joins 

  • When to Use Joins 

  • Enabling Right Outer Join 

  • Right Outer Join and Custom SQL Enabled 

  • What is Data Blending 

  • When to Use Data Blending 

  • Data Blending in Tableau 

  • Differences Between Joining and Blending 

  • Joining vs. Blending 

  • Writing Custom SQL 

  • Prepare your Data for Analysis

  • Using measure values and measure names 

  • Using multiple measures in a view 

  • Using the number of records measure 

  • Using latitude and longitude fields

  • Mapping 

  • Objectives 

  • Modifying locations within Tableau 

  • Custom Geocoding 

  • Importing and modifying custom Geocoding 

  • Working with Symbol Map and Filled Map 

  • Using background image 

  • Exploring Geographic search 

  • Perform Pan Zoom Lasso and Radial selection 

  • Working with WMS Server Maps 

  • Objectives 

  • Filtering Data 

  • What is a Filter 

  • Applying a Filter to a View 

  • Filtering on Dimensions 

  • Filtering on Dimensions Functions 

  • Aggregating Measures 

  • Filtering on Measures 

  • Filtering on Dates 

  • Quick Filters 

  • Sorting of Data 

  • What is Sorting 

  • Sorting Data in Tableau 

  • Types of Sorting 

  • Creating Combined Fields 

  • Combined Fields 

  • Creating Groups and Defining Aliases 

  • What is a Group 

  • What are Aliases 

  • Defining an Alias 

  • Working with Sets and Combined Sets 

  • Sets 

  • Combined Sets 

  • Working with Groups and Sets 

  • Drill to Other Levels in a Hierarchy 

  • Grand totals and Subtotals 

  • Adding Totals 

  • Adding Totals 

  • How to Define Aggregations 

  • Changing Aggregation Function 

  • Tableau Bins 

  • Bins Types 

  • Fixed Sized Bins 

  • Variable Sized Bins

  • Formatting and Annotations 

  • Adding Caption to Views 

  • Click Interaction Adding Title to View 

  • Click Interaction2 Adding Captions to View 

  • Using Titles Captions and Tool tips 

  • Adding Tooltips to Views 

  • Using Title Caption and Tooltip 

  • Formatting the Axes 

  • Edit Axis Option 

  • Formatting Views with Labels and Annotations 

  • Format Window 

  • Format Mark Labels 

  • Annotations 

  • Format Manipulations

  • Special Field Types 

  • Date Hierarchies 

  • Drilling in the Time Hierarchy 

  • Pivoting Date Parts on Shelves 

  • Differentiate Between Discrete and Continuous Dates 

  • Using Continuous Dates 

  • Using Discrete Dates 

  • Working with Discrete and Continuous dates 

  • What are Custom Dates 

  • Creating and Using Custom Dates 

  • Fiscal Year 

  • Define a Date Field on a Fiscal Year 

  • Relative Date Filters 

  • Importing Date Dimensions in Tableau from a Cube 

  • Work with Date Hierarchies on Cubes 

  • Dates in Cube (Multidimensional) Data Sources 

  • Dates in Cubes Vs. Relational Data Sources

  • Chart Types 

  • Working with Combined Axis 

  • Working with Combination Charts 

  • Understanding Geocoding and Geographic Mapping in tableau 

  • Combined Axis Graph and Scatter Plot 

  • Describe text and highlight tables 

  • Work with Pages Shelf and Create Motion Charts 

  • Heat Maps 

  • Using Bins and Histograms 

  • Using Histograms 

  • Using Pie Charts 

  • Compare Measures Using Bullet Charts 

  • Using Bar in Bar Charts 

  • Creating Pareto Charts 

  • Using Waterfall Charts 

  • Using Gantt Charts 

  • Working with box plots 

  • Using Sparkline Charts 

  • Define Advanced Chart Types

  • Calculations 

  • Objectives 

  • Strings Date Logical and Arithmetic Calculation 

  • Working with Strings Date Logical and Arithmetic Calculations 

  • Using Strings Date Logical and Arithmetic Calculations 

  • Working with Arithmetic Calculations 

  • Aggregation Options 

  • Working with Aggregation Options 

  • Grand Totals and Sub-Totals 

  • Quick Table Calculations 

  • Creating Quick Table Calculations 

  • Working with Quick Table Calculations 

  • Automatic and Custom Split 

  •  Ad-hoc Analytics 

  • LOD Calculations

  • Creating and using Parameters 

  • Objectives 

  • What is a Parameter 

  • Creating a Parameter 

  • Exploring Parameter Controls 

  • Work with Parameters 

  • Click Interaction Working with Parameters

  • Statistics 

  • Objectives 

  • Add Reference Lines Bands and Distribution 

  • Adding Reference Lines 

  • Adding Reference Bands 

  • Adding Reference Distribution 

  • Working Reference Lines Bands and Forecasting 

  • Trend lines and Trend Models 

  • Understanding Trend Lines 

  • Enabling Trend lines 

  • Click Interaction Understanding Trend Models 

  • Working with Describe Trend Model Window 

  • Working with Trend Lines 

  • Statistical Summary Card 

  • Perform Drag and Drop Analytics 

  • Explore Instant Analysis 

  • Forecasting

  • Dashboards 

  • Objectives 

  • Build Interactive Dashboards 

  • What is a Dashboard 

  • Building Dashboards 

  • Best practices for creating effective dashboards 

  • Comprehending Best Practices 

  • Creating a Dashboard and Importing Sheets 

  • Interaction Exploring Dashboard Actions 

  • Use of Running Actions 

  • Using Dashboard Actions 

  • Sharing your Work 

  • How to Share your Reports 

  • Exporting your Work

  • Resume preparation 

  • Mock interviews 

  • Tableau 10 & 2019 new features.

  • Course Material 

  • Sample resumes and Fine tuning of Resume 

  • Interview Questions 

  • Mock Interviews by Real time Consultants 

  • Job Assistance

Tableau Training FAQs


Our training method gives you unique and proven advantages that include:

  • Blended modes of high-quality training: Self-paced, Mentor based, and instructor-led LIVE online class

  • In-depth learning classes delivery by top industry professional experts

  • Flexible schedule and learn at your own pace

  • Practical knowledge through assignments and real-time projects

  • One time registration and Lifetime access of course material

  • 24/7 support on course-related queries

  • Course completion certification from hachion

  • 100% Job assistance and post-course support

The Hachion's Tableau online course curriculum is well prepared by industry specialists to assist you in a better way. The course content is line up with Tableau Desktop Qualified Associate Certification test syllabus. Upon the finish of the Tableau online training program, you can go after the absolute best positions in top MNCs around the globe at top compensations. Henceforth, it is obviously a one-time good Investment.

We offer three modes of Training in Tableau Online Training Program.

  • Self Placed
  • Mentor-based
  • Instructor-Led
  • Tableau is one of them emerging Technologies in Business Intelligence Domain
  • Top MNC's are using Tableau for Deployment & Data Visualization
  • Lucrative Tableau Career Offers from Top Companies
  • Offers Diverse Job Roles with great salaries 
  • The Demand for Data Visualization like Tableau are skyrocketing
  • Future Scope of Tableau career is immense and secure

As Tableau is a stand-alone Business Intelligence tool, there are no prerequisites to learn Tableau. Although knowledge in R language & Data Analysis is an added advantage.

The average annual package of Tableau Developer is $112,523 - According to Ziprecruiter

Yes. All our course are certified. As part of the course, students get weekly assignments and module-wise case studies. Based on the selected assignments and case studies (atleast 70%), the certificate shall be awarded.

  • It supports numerous data connections

  • It offers quick and interactive visualizations

  • It provides detailed insights 

  • It ensures secure collaboration

  • It allows embedding the inbuilt dashboards

  • It consumes live and in-memory data

  • It provides mobile-optimized designs

  • It offers Drag-and-drop format integration

  • It supports automation functionality

  • It is user-friendly and easy to use

  • Working with Tableau reporting tool and dashboard
  • Data visualization and data discovery
  • Self-service business intelligence and analytics
  • Spotting trends, analytics, and statistics

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