Online Courses to help you save time and work smarter in Microsoft® Excel
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•Practical, straight forward training •No 'technical' speak •Avoid info overwhelm
• Polish your existing skills or take them to the next level!
Go from being an absolute beginner to a beyond proficient user
Accelerate your productivity, and your career!
Microsoft Excel Stage 1
Are you wanting a really good understanding of the essential skills required to become a beyond proficient Level-1 user of Excel? Or maybe you are self taught...or somebody (or many people) have shown you one or two things in Excel, but you know you still have knowledge gaps. Maybe you haven't used Excel in a while and you're in need of a quick refresher.
If any of these sound like you...this course is perfect for you!
Microsoft Excel Stage 2
Organising and Analysing Data
Are you sick of doing it the long, hard way? Are you asking yourself, "there has to be an easier, quicker way"? Or maybe you're wanting to take your skills up a couple of notches so that you no longer need to ask for help...or maybe you'd like to polish your skills so that you can go for that dream job! If this sounds like you...this course is perfect for you!
Microsoft Excel Stage 3
Combine, Analyse and Report
Do you find yourself spending way too much time reformatted data before it can be useful? Ever had someone tell you, "you should be using VLOOKUP to do that"? What about Pivot Tables? Have you heard how amazing they are for quickly analysing and reporting on your data? If you have answered "yes" to any of these questions...this course is perfect for you!
Ian, Business Development Manager
"Specific and relevant"
Specific and relevant to my work. Finally, I don’t have to rely on others
to do it for me!
Rachel, Human Resources
"I learnt lots!"
The accessible language used and explanations was what I liked most about the course. I spend most of my day in Excel so the quick tips will save me hours of time a week. Sharyn, you're a star! Very enjoyable and I learnt lots!
"Save 1 to 2 hours per week"
Really great - lots of Excel 'gems' and really good working examples used. I'm going to save maybe 1 to 2 hours per week.