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Excel Training

Which Excel Course Should I take?

Deciding the best level of Excel training depends on your current skill level and your specific needs.

Start by assessing your familiarity with Excel's basic functions like data entry, formatting, and simple calculations. If you're comfortable with these fundamentals, consider intermediate training to explore features like pivot tables, charts, and more complex formulas. Advanced training is suitable for those who already possess intermediate skills and want to dive deeper into functions like macros, VBA programming, and data analysis tools. Additionally, identify your professional or personal objectives, such as improving work efficiency, enhancing data analysis capabilities, or simply mastering Excel for everyday tasks.


Your training level should align with these goals to ensure you receive the most relevant and effective skills development.


Here is a chart that may help you decide between Basic, Intermediate and Advanced: 

L = Will learn DURING the training

X = Should know BEFORE the training

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Excel Level 1 - Basic

This workshop is intended to help all novice computer users get up to speed with Excel quickly. There are different features including creating a new spreadsheet, working with basic formulas and functions, making a spreadsheet look professional and presentable, and saving and printing.

Excel Level 2 - Intermediate

In this course, you will create advanced formulas. analyze data with functions and PivotTables, work with tables, visualize data with charts, use graphical objects and enhance workbooks.

Excel Level 3 - Advanced

This workshop is intended to help all users get up to speed quickly on the advanced features of Excel. We will cover using Excel online, worksheet Automation, auditing and error checking, data analysis and presentation, working with multiple workbooks and exporting and sorting data. 

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