Microsoft Excel – the world’s favourite spreadsheet
Microsoft Office Excel is deservedly the industry standard in spreadsheet applications. It is the workhorse of many offices, with such diverse uses as compiling lists, filtering data, performing calculations of staggering complexity, goal seeking, scenarios and so on.
People Only Learn What They Need to do Their Job
Typically, as I travel around the country training organizations I find users learn only those features they actually need to complete their jobs, while remaining ignorant of the many ways Excel could actually help them work smarter and faster. It is a fact that a little knowledge is a dangerous thing, and in no sphere is that more evident than in the workplace.
Tracing errors in Microsoft Excel is a major time-waster
Everyone knows the frustration of using a complex spreadsheet and being unable to find out what is wrong when things don’t work as they are expected to. Many hours can be wasted like this, but in most cases a little bit of expertise can work wonders and the boost to self-confidence is priceless.
In addition to the Introduction, Intermediate and Advanced courses, we offer an extra Business Analysis course for Excel in which we cover business-specific tasks.