Microsoft Excel is a key competency that supports many day to day functions in an organisation.
A working knowledge of this application is important for most employees operating in a business Environment. Microsoft Excel is one of the most used applications, across a wide variety of sectors. Having staff that are effective, proficient and efficient in their work will support the smooth running of your business and will support your staff to become more productive.
For classroom training sessions, the Chamber provide a training laptop to use for the duration of the course.
You’ve been asked to enter data in Excel 2010, but you’ve never worked with Excel. Where do you begin? Or perhaps you have worked in Excel a few times, but you still wonder how to carry out some of the basic functions — creating, saving or printing a workbook, how to enter different kinds of data, how to edit data, creating a basic formula, or how to add, edit or delete a cell, columns or row. This is the place to learn the skills you need to work in Excel, quickly.
Working knowledge of Microsoft Windows processes and minimum knowledge of computer usage is essential.
By the end of this course delegates will know:
The procedure for creating Excel workbooks
Methods of editing contents within a cell or workbook
Best practice in formatting processes
How to create a basic formula
How to print your spreadsheets
The steps to create, open and save a workbook
Use of the screen layout
The procedure to create relative and absolute reference within a formula
Methods to align and fill cells
Freezing and hiding columns
Applying conditional formatting
Methods of editing page size and printing workbook
Practical skills that delegates can implement immediately.
Continuous staff development
Your Course Tutor
John Legge (BSc (hons) in Computational Science, MIITT, MBCS) has a wealth of experience working as an IT consultant and trainer within the UK. He has worked extensively for many blue chip companies, especially in the manufacturing arena. Within the last few years he has developed courses and run public and one to one IT training in Microsoft Products for a variety of companies, and especially for the H&W Chamber Of commerce. He is a TAP qualified trainer and member of the Institute of IT Trainers.
What Our Customers Say
” The small course group made it very focused & personal to our own needs. I found the course to be very practical rather than flicking through manuals. For average Excel users, this was very useful, totally relevant & is already being used in the workplace. The trainer provided excellent delivery. ” Andy Wyeth – NatWest Bank