As a result of this popularity, a good knowledge of how Excel works is what many employers look for. Therefore having a good understanding of how the program works can be a great bonus. Learning how to use Excel effectively can improve your employment prospects alongside enabling you to increase your productivity through learning shortcuts and formulae to use daily.
Attending one of our Excel training courses, will benefit you by gaining expertise of top quality trainers who will help guide you in developing your Excel knowledge further.
The basic Excel training course starts you off with the building blocks needed for learning the basics within the package. During this course, we cover how to set up your ‘spreadsheets’ as well as how to create function and symbol based formulas. It also covers some other basic formulas including the popular SUM formula.
The intermediate Excel training course continues on from the basic level course. Throughout this course you are guided through some more advanced features of the program, to develop your existing knowledge further. On this course you will learn about creating charts, sorting and filtering, IF Statements, multi sheet linking and more.
Coming on the advanced Excel training course will allow you to further develop your knowledge and equip you with a good understanding of some complex features of the program. During the advanced course you will look at macros, VLOOKUPs, pivot tables, data validation and more in depth functions.
Finally, there are two master class Excel courses available. The master class Excel bronze course takes you through more advanced pivot tables and macros. As well as this, it covers some What If Analysis functions like Scenarios and Data Tables, and the INDIRECT, INDEX and MATCH functions.
Then the master class Excel silver course continues on from the bronze course. During the course you will have a half day introduction to VBA programming as well as covering array work, advanced data validation, multi sheet pivot tables and some other lesser known but useful functions.
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