Are you proficient in Excel? Being able to organize and analyze information quickly is an essential productivity skill. Excel training is the easiest way to gain these skills quickly.
Below is a list of our most common Excel training courses. Our courses are customizable, we can mix and match our advanced excel training topics with basic and intermediate skills and create a specialized class designed to meet your specific needs. Our goal is to provide the best excel training in the most efficient and flexible time format.
The following course is designed for Excel beginners.
Are you proficient in Excel? Maintaining and creating spreadsheets is a requirement for almost every office job. This short hands-on workshop teaches the most essential skills needed to maintain workbooks. Topics include:
This workshop is designed to familiarize users with some of Excel’s logical, lookup, and financial functions. The course also explains how to prevent formula errors by using absolute references and named ranges, and how to perform what if analysis using the Goal Seek tool. Other tasks covered in this course include protecting and sharing workbooks with other users.
Users will learn how to work with data tables to filter, total, and manage lists. The class will also discuss how to use the Pivot table tool to create cross-tabulated Excel reports that summarize and analyze data. Finally, users will learn how to combine data using the consolidated tool and create what if scenarios. Topics include:
This workshop is designed to demonstrate the Excel graphing tools, and how to create formatting and data consistency with templates. Users will also learn how manage, share, and link data across both worksheets and workbooks. Topics include:
80% of the workforce uses Excel. Are you getting the most out of this tool? There are so many different shortcuts and features that can help you to analyze and track data. Designed for the intermediate Excel user, our Excel Productivity Tips class demonstrates hands-on some of the best features Excel has to offer. Topics include:
· Conditional Formatting
· The Quick Analysis Tool
· Pivot Tables and the Get Pivot Function
· Index/Match Function
Managers can use Excel for much more than basic Accounting tasks. Excel contains features designed to track and summarize large lists of data. This training focuses on not only teaching data analyzation tools, but it also introduces shortcuts and best practices to help leaders perform tasks productively. Tools introduced in this training include; data tables, pivot tables, logical and lookup functions, charting, and the Goal Seek feature.
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