Due to this popularity, knowledge of how Excel works is often something a lot of employers look for. Therefore having a strong understanding of how the program works can be a great bonus. Being able to use Excel effectively can increase your employment prospects as well as equipping you with skills to improve your productivity in daily work.
Coming on one of our Excel training courses will give you access to expertise from top quality trainers who will help teach and guide you in growing your Excel knowledge.
The basic Excel training course starts with the building blocks for learning the basics of the package. This course covers how to set up your ‘spreadsheets’ as well as how to create symbol and function based formulas. It also covers some basic formulas including the popular SUM formula.
The intermediate Excel training course carries on from the content on the basic level course. Throughout the course your existing knowledge is developed further through guidance in some more advanced features of the program. On this course you will learn about IF statements, creating charts, sorting and filtering, multi sheet linking and more.
Choosing the advanced Excel training course will enable you to further develop your Excel knowledge in more complex features. During this advanced course you will look at pivot tables, data validation, macros, VLOOKUPs and more in depth functions.
Finally, there are two master class Excel courses available. The master class Excel bronze course guides you through more advanced macros and pivot tables. It also covers the INDIRECT, INDEX and MATCH functions as well as some What If Analysis functions like Data Tables and Scenarios.
Then the master class Excel silver course follows on from the knowledge gained in the bronze course. During this course, you will cover array work, advanced data validation, multi sheet pivot tables and some other lesser known but useful functions. As well as all of this, there is also a half day introduction to VBA programming.
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