Microsoft Excel Training Courses
Instructor-led Classroom and Virtual Classroom Training
Microsoft Office Series
Our live instructor-led Microsoft Excel training courses are held in downtown Toronto, Ontario, Canada. We also offer courses in virtual classroom format. Our hands-on Excel courses are offered at the introduction, intermediate and advanced levels for 2010, 2013, 2016, 2019 and 365 users. Learn to efficiently enter formulas using common and advanced functions, quickly format worksheets, use IF and Vlookup functions, apply conditional formatting, apply filtering, create tables, generate basic and advanced pivot tables, create dashboards, work with Power Pivot and Power Query business intelligence tools, use What-if analysis tools and learn to program and automate Excel using Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) even if you have never programmed before.
UPCOMING EXCEL COURSES
As our clients and colleagues continue to practice physical distancing in response to COVID-19, we are offering several of our public courses in virtual classroom format with a live instructor. Attend a public course online or arrange a custom course. Courses may be delivered as instructor-led classroom (ILC) or as instructor-led virtual classroom (ILVC) courses. Contact us at email@example.com to discuss any of our custom training options.
Microsoft Excel: Introduction | November 2, 2020 (Virtual classroom)
Microsoft Excel: Intermediate / Advanced | November 4/5, 2020 (Virtual classroom)
Microsoft Excel: Data Analysis with Functions, Dashboards and What-If Analysis Tools | November 12/13, 2020 (Virtual classroom)
Microsoft Excel: Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) Macros | Introduction | December 3/4, 2020 (Virtual classroom)
Looking for custom training? Contact us to arrange custom training at your site or ours.
Microsoft Excel Learning Path
Just getting started? Novice users can start with our Microsoft Excel: Introduction course.
Take your skills to the next level in our Microsoft Excel: Data Analysis with Functions, Dashboards and What-If Analysis Tools course.
Do you want to learn to automate Excel? Check out our Microsoft Excel: Introduction to VBA (Visual Basic for Applications) Macros course designed for non-programmers or Microsoft Excel: Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) Macros | Intermediate course if you already know the basics of VBA. Need to work with large data sets? You may benefit from our Microsoft Excel Business Intelligence (BI) courses – Microsoft Excel: Introduction to Power Query to Get and Transform Data and Microsoft Excel: Introduction to Power Pivot and Data Modelling .
Register Now for a public course at our downtown Toronto location at 1 Yonge Street, Suite 1801 (Toronto Star Building), Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
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