Customer Comments

JPL offer Microsoft Excel, Word, Access and Project Training in Worcestershire, Herefordshire, Gloucestershire, Warwickshire, Leicestershire, Birmingham and the West Midlands along with all other Microsoft Office modules.

Meritor – Intermediate Excel 2013 course comments

Intermediate Excel 2016 –

Comments from some attendees on an Intermediate Excel 2016 course run on their premises:

“Superb. Best part of the course: interesting approach”.

“Best part of the course: the interaction and support”.

“Excellent delivery and very informative (learnt a lot). Best part of the course: faster/accurate methods shared”.

“Best part of the course: engaging instructor, useful insights”.

“Best part of the course: learning fastest way to do charts”.

– Dandan, Michelle, Dan, Matthew and Miguel

Phoenix Group – MS Project 2010 Level 1 course comments

MS Project 2010 Level 1 –

Comments from some attendees on a MS Project 2010 Level 1 course run on their premises:

“Best course notes I’ve been given, very easy to follow and apply in future. Best part of the course: engagement – easy for all to follow with little (if no!) experience”.

“Easy to follow. Best part of the course: simple to understand by using real examples”.

“Very good materials and preparation. John knew his stuff! Best part of the course: the interactiveness and completing tasks”.

“Best part of the course: examples to work through – vast array of exercises”.

“Simple to understand and very interactive. Best part of the course: loads of exercises to practice with in class”.

“Explained really well, good pace. Best part of the course: lots of doing yourself (practice).

– Laura, Liz, Georgia, Asha, Encola and Stacey

AFH Wealth Management – Intermediate Excel 2016 course comments

Intermediate Excel 2016 –

Comments from some attendees on an Intermediate Excel 2016 course run on their premises:

“Notes clear, trainer very clear in delivery, good humour. Best part of the course: learning more about data sorting”.

“Funny & friendly. Easy to understand. Best part of the course: the funny anecdotes”.

“Enjoyed very much. Best part of the course: I enjoyed whole day, very well run”.

“Best part of the course: embedding the learning practically”.

“Thoroughly explained everything making it easy to follow. Best part of the course: subtotals, IF formulas”.

– Peter, Melinda, Jill, Rachael and Dhenisa

Hereford & Worcester Fire & Rescue Service – Basic Excel 2010 comments

Basic Excel 2010 –

Comments from some attendees on a Basic Excel 2010 course run on their premises:

“John has been brilliant today, very informative. Best part of the course: learning new areas in a topic I thought I knew quite well. Nothing to improve on – excellent course”.

“Best part of the course: I found the course pinned at the correct level so it was all useful. No improvements required”.

“Very professional. Best part of the course: team work, fun, fantastic knowledge”.

“Excellent input from John – John was very engaging. Best part of the course: all – extended my knowledge on Excel”.

– Becky, Paul, Lorraine and Phillip

Spirax Sarco – Intermediate Excel 2013 course comments

Intermediate Excel 2013 –

Comments from some attendees on an Intermediate Excel 2013 course run on their premises:

“Very complete and clearly explained. Best part of the course: all – the day went quickly, very enjoyable”.

“Best part of the course: use of formula, IF statements and locking/unlocking cells”.

“Best part of the course: engaging, lots of useful nuggets”.

“Best part of the course: we had to do the examples”.

– Mark, Jim, Andrew and David

AFH Wealth Management – Advanced Excel 2016 course comments

Advanced Excel 2016 –

Comments from some attendees on an Advanced Excel 2016 course run on their premises:

“Enjoyable and informative course. Gave related examples to what individuals might experience in their jobs. Best part of the course: working in groups to solve problems and stories”.

“Fab and useful as ever :). Best part of the course: slicer tool!”.

“Informative and friendly. Best part of the course: very relatable to my job role”.

“Best part of the course: John! Straightforward and logical agenda. Broken into manageable sections. Do all the work ourselves, no demonstrations”.

– Duncan, Charlotte, Melinda and Georgia

Move With Us – Master Class Excel Bronze 2013 course comment

Master Class Excel Bronze 2013 –

Comments from some attendees on a Master Class Excel Bronze 2013 course run on their premises:

“Best part of the course: Pivot Tables – charts and expand and collapse”.

“Best part of the course: How you don’t feel rushed and everything is explained fully”.

“Best part of the course: it was all great!”.

“Very clear and comprehensive. Best part of the course: the exercises”.

– Emma, Rosie, Marie and Grant

Spirax Sarco – Master Class Excel Bronze 2013 course comments

Master Class Excel Bronze 2013 –

Comments from some attendees on Master Class Excel Bronze Excel 2013 course run on their premises:

“Really helpful and patient. Best part of the course: covering pivot tables will help a lot with my role”.

“The conditional formatting with IF formula will help my day to day work”.

“Best part of the course: use of Excel within training. Not just theory”.

“Good detailed course notes and all the training was well delivered. Best part of the course: good reminder of best practice, e.g. naming cell ranges”.

“Good pace. Best part of the course: confirming understanding, learning new things”.

“Very clear and detailed as always. Best part of the course: interactiveness of content and John”.

– Rebecca, Angela, Kelly, Dave, Will and Matt

Harvey & Brockless – Bespoke Excel 2016 course comments

Bespoke Excel 2016 –

Comments from some attendees on Bespoke Basic and Bespoke Advanced Excel 2016 courses run on their premises:

“Best part of the course: engaging trainer – I am hard of hearing but trainer was clear and easy to hear”.

“Best part of the course: both conditional formatting and VLOOKUP”.

“Best part of the course: great small group and well presented”.

“Very flexible, tailored to what we needed. Best part of the course: VLOOKUPS”.

“Clear instructions/clear notes to take home. Best part of the course: completing instructions on own computer, not just watching”.

“Style of teaching was very good. Best part of the course: interactive questions”.

“John is a wonder to teaching. Best part of the course: ALL OF IT”.

“Notes look great, didn’t really work from them today but use for future. Best part of the course: learning things that will make my work quicker/easier”.

“Best part of the course: the way John explained all training – very well presented”.

“Really enjoyed it, was learning at the same time as having fun. Best part of the course: learning without realising you are”.

“Managed to learn more than I thought I would. Best part of the course: all, especially the formulas”.

“Best part of the course: the trainer was lovely and very understanding of everyone’s needs/skill level and was clear/concise”.

– Megan, Justine, Amy, Ben, Louisa, Emma, Kourosh, Liz, Jamie, Anthony, Colin and Katie

AFH Wealth Management Intermediate Excel 2016 course comments

Intermediate Excel 2016 –

Comments from attendees on an Intermediate Excel 2016 course run on their premises:

“I like the friendly style with plenty of examples. Best part of the course: the informal hands on style – keeps it fresh”.

“Simple and personal. Best part of the course: all of it, it was at the right pace”.

“Best part of the course: filtering/sorting – this will be invaluable”.

“Best part of the course: interactivity and exercises”.

“Very methodical and clear. Best part of the course: applying the learning to exercises”.

“Content was great and extremely useful to apply to my work. Best part of the course: new functions such as F11 for charts!”.

– Ethan, Joseph, Heather, Steph, Lily and Lorraine

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