Following a call for projects from the Île-de-France Region aimed at strengthening the skills of people who are far from the job market in order to boost the economy, DataScientest is launching the “Data Hostess” course.
In line with the social inclusion values advocated by DataScientest, the Data Hôtesse project aims to train 150 women in data. The aim is to introduce profiles in precarious situations to a booming sector while meeting the recruitment needs of companies.
Encouraging women to go digital
Motivated by his willingness to participate in thediversity effort In the digital field, DataScientest points out that women are still a very small minority. This observation is even more obvious in the data professionswhere only 15% of professionals are womenwhile recruitment needs are great. Thus, between 170 000 and 210 000 positions will be vacant in 2022. It is to fill this gap that, in response to the call for projects, DataScientest wished to make its training offer available to the Ile-de-France female public.
What does the Data Hostess curriculum offer?
At the end of the course, each person trained should be capable of collecting and securing data. This will enable it to develop rules to ensure that these rules are relevant for a Data Scientist or Data Analyst can process them. At the same time, it will be able to map and manage this data through daily monitoring.
To adapt the training to the needs of each participant, DataScientest has set up 3 framework conditions :
- Follow-up training that gives priority to distance learning for people with an already high level of skills.
- Guided Distance learning: training that emphasizes distance learning using videoconferencing or the telephone for those with an intermediate level of skills.
- Reinforced Training that involves physical interviews in addition to distance interaction for those requiring more follow-up.
Who is the curriculum for?
The Data Hôtesse project is mainly aimed at three groups: recipients of minimum social benefits, the long-term unemployed and young people without income. As a result, the selection of files will give priority to low-skilled job seekers (bac level, without higher education diploma), aged at least 18 years old and domiciled in the Ile-de-France region.
But DataScientest also announces that it wants to target the disabled persons (level 1) or d’political asylum. If these are not prerequisites, knowledge of English and mathematics (high school level) is desirable.
Finally, DataScientest would like to point out that the applicant’s motivation will also play a role in the selection. In addition, there will be evaluation tests and an interview.
To reach this target audience, DataScientest is launching a social media campaign and with the associations concerned from 8 March 2021, on the occasion of International Women’s Day.
Data Hostess: Send your application
You wish to apply to the Data Hostess training ? Nothing could be simpler, click on the button below and fill in the form at the bottom of the page. Don’t delay, the Data Hôtesse project is limited to 150 seats.