Have you used Excel for years and never had any formal training?
Are you a complete beginner?
Either way, this course is ideal if you need to become very competent in Excel very quickly, but it needs commitment, dedication and lots of practice.
Are you a member of staff or are you responsible for staff that use Excel for their daily job?
Often staff are self-taught and pick things up from other staff in the use of spreadsheets. Attending a training course often fill those gaps in skills and knowledge.
It's amazing how staff can save time and money by using more efficient techniques and methods.
If you want to increase efficiency then staff development training on Excel will give you the results you are looking for.
Are you unemployed or looking to change your career?
If so and the type of job you're seeking might involve using Excel Spreadsheets, so make sure you're up to speed.
I teach Excel courses to an amazing variety of vocational areas. It seems these days Excel is used in so many different types of jobs. It's not just administration and finance. For example, recent course attendees included welders, builders, warehouse staff, managers, supervisors, administrators, school administrators, and the list goes on.
Don't be the one being missing out on interviews!
It does not matter if you are from a company or job searching, you might just like to develop your knowledge and skills.
Learning Excel can help you with your work, your hobby or just your home finances.
You don't even need a reason other than keeping your mind active with learning.
What better way to keep the mind active with a four-day boot camp.
This is a four-day online live course starting with the basics working through to Power Pivot.
You must be willing to allocate the time for each day including the time to practice.
Each day starts at 09:30 sharp and finishes at 16:00 (UK Time) with a 30-minute break for lunch.
This is a Boot Camp, therefore, it's intensive and not for the faint-hearted.
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Naming Cells & Ranges
Including the new Lookup function
Sort and Unique
Static Dates and Times
Custom Date Formats
Custom Time Formats
Dynamic Dates and Times
Basic Date Calculations
Grouping & Outlining
Saving a Macro Workbook
Recording & Running a Macro
Relative Cell References (Macros)
Viewing & Editing a Macro
Object to run Macros
Introduction to Excel Power Business Intelligence
Enable Power Pivot
Import and reshape CSV files & more
Power Query Editor
Query Editor Tools
Pivoting and Unpivoting
Data Model Views
Data and Lookup Tables
Data Analysis Expressions (DAX)
SWITCH and SWITCH(TRUE) Functions
Date and Time Functions (Basic)