The science park to St. John's Innovation centre. The university city of Cambridge is a regular training venue. We've trained various companies in and around Cambridge as far out as Cambourne, Newmarket, Huntingdon and St. Ives. A Intermediate Microsoft Excel 2013 Training Course at the offices we use at the Regus in Cambourne is easy to set up and conduct even at short notice. Or maybe you just want us to come to you bringing a projector, laptops with Excel preloaded along with fully comprehensive course notes.
Cambridge was actually the first area we started training. From Cambridge Consultants on the science park to ARU, CRC (Cambridge Regional College) and many more have taken advantage of the computer training courses conducted by us.
Pivot Tables and more is only the beginning to this Excel intermediate training course. You will use Excel as a database being able to sort filter add generally work miracles with Data.
The large part of this intermediate training is dealing with Excel database functionality. The functions you will learn will be related to this allowing you to cross reference data and re-organise your data.
Scheduled 3 Hour Live Online Excel courses are also available at £40 + VAT Per Person.
1 - 8 Students
£250 + VAT - 3hrs (bespoke)
£500 + VAT - 6hrs (full day*)
* Full training days can be split into 2 sessions
If you are interested in this course but want to know the price beforehand then use the the following form to calculate how much.
* Price is exclusive of VAT.
Price Per Head: £ .
Course Duration: 1 Day.
If a whole day is more that you spare then please take a look at our Floor Walking service. It could be just what you are looking for.
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If you have a mountain of data to deal with. So long as it's it the correct format you can very quickly summarise and re-structure the data into appetising bite size chunks. Too many times do people spend many hours re-formatting their information so that it looks pretty when Pivot Tables are the solution.
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