In this course, you will learn advanced-level features of Microsoft Excel, such as macros, PivotTables, PivotCharts, and data analysis tools to help you make data-driven decisions.
This course is for those who are proficient with the basic and intermediate concepts and features of Excel and wish to build on their abilities with spreadsheets by leveraging Excel’s advanced features.
Awarded 22 CPD points upon successful completion
Develop your ability to navigate Microsoft Excel, or begin from scratch and learn about all of its features and the overall purpose of this word processing software.
The course consists of 13 modules and includes media demonstrations, hands-on activities, and knowledge check questions. At the end of the course, you will complete a consolidation exercise, which will help you review what you have learned and assess your understanding.
The course also contains quizzes at the end of each module and a Validation Test at the end of the course. With successful completion of the course, you will receive a Pitman Training certificate to verify your achievement.
Module 1: Using Functions – Using Functions; AutoSum
Module 2: Date and Time Functions – Basic and Complex Date and Time Functions
Module 3: Text Functions – Using Text Functions
Module 4: Logical Functions – Filling Cells by Using Flash Fill; Using Logical Functions
Module 5: Lookup Functions – CHOOSE, HLOOKUP, and VLOOKUP Functions
Module 6: Financial Functions – Financial Functions and Terminology; Personal and Professional Financial Functions; Depreciation
Module 7: Statistical Functions – Statistical Functions for Description, Forecasting, and Inference
Module 8: Connecting to External Data – Connecting to Other Workbooks, Access Databases, and Web Data Sources; Using Get and Transform Functions
Module 9: Macros – Recording and Managing Macros; Copying Macros between Workbooks
Module 10: Tables – Working with Tables; Table References; Table Styles
Module 11: PivotTables – Working with PivotTables; Filters and Slicers; PivotCharts
Module 12: Data Analysis – What-If Analysis; Scenario Manager; Using Goal Seek and the Solver Program
Module 13: Graphics and Charts – Area, Surface, Radar, and Bubble Charts; Sparklines; Stock Charts; Dual Axis and Other Charts
To discuss this training and how it can be adapted to your individual or business needs, speak to our Course Advisor or enquire online and we’ll get back to you.
The aim of the course is to build on your knowledge and skills with the Excel application to gain advanced-level skills.
To get the most out of this course, you will need to have completed our Excel course or have the equivalent experience of this popular software.
Microsoft Excel is used across a wide range of job roles. Your new skills with the software will make your work more efficient and more valuable to employers.