Microsoft Excel is the world's most popular spreadsheet program; learning how to use the software with Pitman Training shows that you've taken one of the best Excel courses available.
Our Microsoft Excel course is very flexible – you will have the freedom to take the Excel lessons at your own pace, based at one of our handy town or city centre locations, with support on hand should you need it. And a workbook will be yours to take away as a handy reference guide.
This Excel course comprises several lessons, which provide a detailed but manageable study programme, so you can be confident about your new skills in the workplace.
Having completed your Microsoft Excel course, you could add Microsoft PowerPoint and Word to your list of achievements. Or you could give your career a serious boost by completing one of our highly respected diplomas, for example our Foundation in Book-keeping Diploma or our Microsoft Office Diploma, which could help maximise your career potential.
Microsoft Excel is one of the most commonly used spreadsheet programmes, whether used in businesses for customer data and accounting purposes or at home for household budgets. Having proven skills in this software will demonstrate to employers that you have had practical, hands-on experience and give you full confidence in your ability to navigate your way around the software with ease.
If you are looking to gain a qualification, this course is designed to prepare you for the City & Guilds Spreadsheet Processing Techniques Intermediate Exam, MCAS test and ECDL Advanced Spreadsheet exam.
This course is ideal for anyone who needs to maintain data within spreadsheet, be it accounts, customer information or the household budget.
You don’t need any prior experience of Microsoft Excel but it would be preferable if you had some familiarity with the Windows environment.
Comprising ten lessons this course covers areas such as creating worksheets, formatting text, simple and complex formulas; handling rows and columns, autocomplete, using styles, headers and footers, average, max and min functions and using charts.
The guideline learning time for this course is 24 hours.
Our Microsoft Excel course is part of our distance learning range – which can be accessed online via our distance learning portal.
This means that you have the flexibility to study our Excel course:
- In centre, with our friendly course advisors available for support and guidance as and when you need it.
- At home or from work – with support via email or telephone during working hours.
- On a blended mix – in-centre for the modules you need help with, at home or from work for those you are gliding through.
Once you’ve decided to go ahead, all you’ll need to do is contact your nearest Pitman Training centre that offers and supports our distance learning platform, and they will arrange for you to have an induction to show you around the system and talk you through how our online training works. After this, you can learn in your own time and at your own speed, but with the knowledge you have support at hand if required.
To find your nearest centre that offers and supports our online Microsoft Excel training, click here.