Excel 2016 Training Certificate - Beginner to Intermediate
The Blackford Centre
What exactly is Excel?
Excel is the world's top performing and most commonly used spreadsheet program.
It's a way to transform numbers into usable information and save you time.
Excel is used in business and in the home to do the following:
- Collate data
- Record financial transactions
- Produce tax and accounting records
- Create contact lists
- Track sales leads
- Analyse complex scientific or statistical data
- Create shopping lists
- Track household expenditure
This is just a brief list of some of the benefits Excel can bring to your home or business.
Read on and discover how Excel can transform the way you work and give you more time for the things you love doing.
How will Excel benefit my business?
Excel is the one-stop toolbox that can completely revolutionize the way you run your business.
Excel is found in every business from accountancy to waste management because it works for you to increase your profit and your efficiency.
With Excel you can keep tabs on every aspect of your day to day business operations and track this data across weeks, months and years.
The Breakthrough course includes a
comprehensive range of videos, modules,
a workbook, and much more.
Whether you want to identify underperforming departments or weak advertising campaigns, anticipate low stock supplies or market trends or simply collect all your staff salary and tax deductions in one easy to review file, Excel is the tool you need.
Excel gives you the information you need to make decisions and to impress your colleagues, employers or investors.
You can create stunning graphs that paint a clear picture of trends, which means that you can go to any board meeting or sit down with your accountant and see at a glance where your business could be performing better.
Here are just a few of more uses for Excel:
- Basic accounting to compare income and expenditure
- Payroll calculator
- Resource booking sheet that keeps track of resource availability and bookings
- Track product sales and lead responses
- Return on investment (ROI) compared with advertising expenditure
- Customer data lists such as contact and billing details
Excel has been used for so much more. Excel has even been used as a pilot training tool, to create sodoku puzzles, and to shortlist babies' names. How about optical illusions or simulating dice rols? In fact, its uses are limited only by your imagination.
Excel is the world's number one productivity tool. Learn how to use its full potential and see your business soar. The Blackford Centre's Breakthrough Excel training can help make your vision a reality.
Here are just some of the tasks Excel can simplify
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