This one-day Excel Intermediate course will build on your current Excel skills, focusing more on Excel Functions, Worksheet Management, Working with Lists and Charting your data. Existing Excel users whom have not had any formal training will find this course particularly useful as it will help to bridge the gaps in your knowledge of Excel.
What you will learn
After the course, you will be able to:
Create and maintain spreadsheets Create and edit formulae Format and print worksheets Perform basic list management tasks Further information Provider: Cosensa Learning and Development Duration: 1 Day Price: £125 (ex VAT) Availability:
Course type: Classroom
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Mitchell was a brilliant trainer, he managed to cover a large range of topics in a short time. His explanations and demonstrations were thorough and helpful.
The only slight issue with the training were the IT glitches.
The laptops were a bit troublesome - some of them didn't have a licenced copy of excel on them, this probably should have been checked prior to the start of the day. Also the big screen hadn't been set up for Mitchell to use, and someone only came to fix it over an hour into the course. These were dealt with well by Mitch, he was able to keep it going and fix IT issues at the same time, but I feel like he shouldn't have had to deal with that stress!
When I turned up the lights were off and the tutor wasn't there. The computers were difficult to get going and two of them had unlicensed excel on it which means we couldn't open a new spreadsheet. The tutor also couldn't get his computer connected up and had to leave it for a while until someone came to fix all the issues so it did feel a bit unorganized.
Lunch was ok but I don't think there was enough food as all of the sandwiches were eaten. There was no cold drinks with lunch and no sweet things apart from yogurts, lunch overall was a bit disappointing.
The course however was great, the tutor was brilliant and very engaging.
Although an intermediate course the trainer had to deal with attendees who had virtually no experience with Excel, however she did a great job and including and increasing the knowledge of those with a bit more experience
5 of the laptops did not work properly and I think the attendees would have benefitted from a short summary of the work we carried out on the day rather than a 145 page booklet.
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