Microsoft Excel Training Courses
We know that people have different levels of ability when it comes to Excel. Which is why we offer different levels of Microsoft Excel training. If you decide to go for the beginners’ course, you will learn the basics of the program. As a result, you will come away with a good understanding of creating and editing simple spreadsheets. This includes tasks such as formatting the spreadsheets, inserting new rows and columns, using simple formulae and saving and printing your spreadsheet.
Microsoft Excel is one of the most widely-used computer software programs around today.
As a result, it is something that many employers look for. Therefore having a good working knowledge of the program is definitely a bonus. Learning how to use Excel can improve your employment prospects. As well as helping you to improve your productivity by learning the best shortcuts and formulae to use in different situations.
If you decide to undertake Microsoft Excel training with us, you will benefit from top quality training and highly qualified specialists to help you along the way.
Just a few of the benefits of undertaking our excel training courses:
- Become more efficient at your current job
- Learn new skills that could help you secure future employment
- A choice of beginner, intermediate, advanced and masterclass courses to suit your needs
- Hands-on support to enhance your understanding
Intermediate Microsoft Excel Training
The intermediate Excel training course takes you to the next level. It will take you through some of the more advanced features of the program, building on the knowledge you already have. This includes looking at chart sheets, data forms, filtering, multi sheet linking and more.
Advanced Microsoft Excel Training
If you go for the advanced Excel training course, you’ll be able to take your knowledge even further and be confident that you have a good understanding of some of the most complex features of the program. You’ll look at features such as pivot tables, problem solving options, data validation, macros and text functions.
Finally, we have two Master Class Excel courses that you can go on. Bronze will take you through a range of important features, including filtering, sorting and MS Query. Giving you a good overview of the software. Then Silver is a follow on course from Bronze. During this course you will learn about some lesser known but useful functions, advanced data validation, array work, multi sheet pivot tables and a half day introduction to VBA programming.