I'm in the fortunate position where my company has offered to sponsor training and I'm going around in circles with learning options.
Quick intro, 10 years business experience and 3 years basic data analytics (Excel & Tableau) - we're developing our data capabilities and I'm looking to learn SQL, predictive analytics/models, python and ML.
Previously, I've always used free online learning to teach myself (Excel, Tableau, Html etc.) and never been in the position to ask for funded learning. I don't meet prerequisites for masters (stats degrees) and it feels too long of a process to do a bachelors... Boot camps have mixed reviews here. I don't want to miss the opportunity but feels like self teaching is often recommended!
What would you suggest is the best way to learn data science, if costs were covered? (UK Based)