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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.

Spirax Sarco Intermediate Excel 2016 course comments from attendees

Intermediate Excel 2016 –

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

“Very thorough, well paced course, will help with day to day activities saving time on shortcuts. Best part of the course: learning short cuts, gaining understanding to do charts”.

“Excellent training course and teacher. Best part of the course: learning simple built-in features to save time i.e. subtotal and multi-level sorting”.

“Best part of the course: multiple ways of doing things”.

“Training was excellent, no pressure on how long it took. Will use the QAT as I didn’t know about that before”.

“Best part of the course: learning Quick Access and F11 function for Graphs”.

– Brian, Stephen, Matthew, Trish and Paul

Spirax Sarco Basic Excel 2016 course comments from attendees

Basic Excel 2016 –

Comments from attendees on a Basic Excel 2016 course run on their premises:

“Very clear, extremely helpful as I was unsure. Best part of the course: building my confidence”.

“Good real world explanation of each example. Best part of the course: good relaxed pace, clear instructions and good interaction”.

“Very good, fun session. Best part of the course: learning new techniques”.

“Best part of the course: relaxed”.

“Best part of the course: all was helpful”.

“Kept us all engaged and entertained. Best part of the course: all”.

– Craig, Stephen, Richard, Gary, Paul and Chris

AFH Advanced Excel 2016 course comments from attendees

Advanced Excel 2016 –

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

“Enjoyable, informative course. Best part of course: nested Vlookups – will be useful for my role”.

“Easy to follow and clear. Best part of the course: the interactive nature of it”.

“Always helpful, well explained and interesting. Best part of the course: learning tricks that will speed up my work – will use the advanced data setting a lot!”.

“Quality notes. Best part of the course: being able to do whilst learning”.

“Interactive, which keeps trainee’s focused. Best part of the course: learning new features”.

“Detailed and supported help throughout. Best part of the course: how interactive it was”.

“Very useful, interesting. Best part of the course: very hands on”.

– Simon, Charles, Rebecca, Amie, Michael, Henry and Chelsie

DC Law Basic Excel 2016 course comments from attendees

Basic Excel 2016 –

Comments from attendees on a Basic Excel 2016 course run on their premises:

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

“Very easy to follow. Best part of the course: the delivery of the course retained my interest throughout the day”.

“Best part of the course: easy to understand, the way delivered, format cells”.

“Friendly, interactive, approachable. Best part of the course: hands on experience”.

“Enjoyed course lots. Learnt so much that I can put in to practice. Best part of the course: interactive method – best way to learn”.

“Best part of the course: learning how to use Excel correctly”.

“Great interactive session. Best part of the course: on the job learning”.

“Best part of the course: thinking of where I would apply the training to my day to day duties”.

– Russell, Zelda, Joanne, Ian, Matt, Louise, Alison and Sandra

Parker Bespoke Word 2016 course comments from attendees

Bespoke Word 2016 –

Comments from attendees on a Bespoke Word 2016 course run on their premises:

“Best part of the course: the pace of the course was fast but easy to follow”.

“Best part of the course: the practical elements”.

“Course was excellent. Best part of the course: shortcuts & tabs”.

“Best part of the course: Styles”.

– Mick, Philip, Richard and Tim

AFH Group Intermediate Excel 2016 course comments

Intermediate Excel 2016 –

Comments from attendees on two Intermediate Excel 2016 courses run on their premises 8th & 9th November:

“Always a good time with John. Best part of the course: John – great training/teaching method”.

“Liked the lack of staring at a screen for most of the day – interactive. Best part of the course: lots of new information gained”.

“Excellent presentation. Great interaction. Very helpful notes! Best part of the course: learning new techniques, being interactive”.

“The course was very innovative. Best part of the course: learning new commands which will help immensely”.

“Well paced, interactive. Best part of the course: the interactive element helps it sink in”.

“Really interactive which aided learning. Best part of the course: being able to physically do it whilst learning”.

“Best part of the course: in depth knowledge of trainer and his enthusiasm”.

“Very enjoyable course, kept involved throughout. Best part of the course: the whole course, we do it ourselves rather than watching PowerPoints etc.”.

“Engaging – explained in relevant detail. Best part of the course: learning IF formulas and advanced filtering”.

– Ben, Georgia, Chelsie, Ness, Andrew, Amie, Aaron, Charlotte and Bethany

AFH Group Basic Excel 2016 course comments from attendees

Basic Excel 2016 –

Comments from attendees on a Basic Excel 2016 course run on their premises:

“Very thorough and personalised to our nature of work. Best part of the course: individual exercises – helps with memory retention”.

“Very informative and friendly. Best part of the course: absolute references information and friendly presentation style”.

“Very good, easy to understand. Best part of the course: the teaching approach”.

“John teaches at an appropriate rate and level, he is friendly and approachable. Best part of the course: re-learning tasks that will now be appropriate in my role”.

“Best part of the course: a great foundation, learnt a lot of new detail”.

“I felt the pace was good, step by step was great. Best part of the course: doing activities myself so that I can learn by doing”.

“Really interactive and detailed. Best part of the course: constant re-addressing of learning to help remember”.

– Lily, Ethan, Joseph, Heather, Ian, Lorraine and Stephanie

Schaeffler Basic Excel 2016 course comments from attendees

Basic Excel 2016 –

Comments from attendees on a Basic Excel 2016 course run on their premises:

“Best part of the course: firm base to start. Informal but productive”.

“Fantastic, please don’t change. Best part of the course: the way it was presented and tailored to our work”.

“Best part of the course: all of it”.

“Best part of the course: formatting cells”.

“Best part of the course: interaction”.

– Paul, Blake, Janette, Mark and Safia

Honeywell Project 2013 Level 1 course comments from attendees

Project 2013 Level 1 –

Comments from attendees on a Project 2013 Level 1 course run on their premises:

“Best part of the course: John got us to give an overview of our roles so he could tailor slightly”.

“Best part of the course: worked examples”.

“Keep presenting as you do! Best part of the course: the support in completing the tasks”.

– Dave, Adrian and Matthew

Fidelis Group Advanced Excel 2016 course comments

Advanced Excel 2016 –

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

“Best part of the course: practical examples.”

“Very very helpful. Best part of the course: Vlookup.”

– Susan and Ami

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