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As per December 10, 2019 the online class requirements have changed. Learn more here. 


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In order to receive the FDP Charter, candidates must successfully complete the FDP Exam and complete online classes covering the basics of Phyton or R programming. The online classes are offered by three approved providers. 

The two (2) classes can be completed before or after the FDP exam. Depending on the candidate’s background, it is estimated to take 8-10 hours to complete the online classes. No programming background is required to complete the online classes. As of now, the pre-selected online classes offered by the following organizations have been approved by the FDP Institute.

SUBMIT YOUR CERTIFICATES 
After you complete each class, you will receive a certificate from the provider. These Certificates of Completion must be submitted to certificates@fdpinstitute.org. Upon verification you will receive a confirmation of receipt. 

    ONLINE TRAINING PROVIDERS
    The following third-party providers offer the training. Research each provider and select the one most aligned with your preferred learning style. Select only one provider. Each provider offers free trials for you to experience their learning platform.



    Candidates can choose between
    either two (2) R or
    two (2) Python classes.

    Independent study
    Pre-recorded videos and texts
    Start any time
    Candidate determines cost (based on speed)



    Candidates can choose between
    either two (2) R or
    two (2) Python classes.
     
    Independent study
    Pre-recorded videos and texts
    Start any time
    Candidate determines cost (based on speed)

    One course  with 12 required sessions
    New courses starts each month featuring dedicated expert instructors
    Sessions are recorded for review or if you miss a session
    Base cost (see Metis website for pricing)

    **There are no Python programming questions on the exam.

    Programming Languages, R Vs Python: What's the Difference?  
    R and Python are both open-source programming languages with a large community. R is mainly used for statistical analysis while Python provides a more general approach to data science. R and Python are state of the art in terms of programming language oriented towards data science.
    As you decide which online courses you will complete as part of the FDP Charter requirements inquire at your current place of employment or future desired place of employment which system they use. 

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