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The significance and understanding
of statistics in organisations…
Many issues that impact our daily lives, such as our health and safety, our work, our standards of living, and the policies of our governments are crucially influenced by statistics which result from the collection, analysis, presentation and interpretation of quantitative data in the presence of uncertainty.
Sound statistical practice ensures a sturdy platform whereby good decisions can be made, leading to better policies and prosperous future. Incorrect or unethical use of statistics can lead to misleading results, poor advice and poor choices.
Occupation in statistics requires skilled professionals. Accredited statisticians have been recognised by their peers as the embodiment of experience, competence, and commitment to ethics at a level that labels them as professionals. Accreditation does not only provide a measure of assurance to employers, contractors and collaborators of statisticians but also a mark of accomplishment to society at large.