We are excited to announce the launch of a new course and to share some updates to our range of Excel programmes. With Excel being such a key skill in today’s business world, Underscore are keen to ensure our training courses match the current business needs.

To this end, we have introduced an extra course to enhance our current offering. Our new Excel Module 3 – Data Management Techniques course focuses on innovative ways to manage and manipulate your data, and is a perfect follow on from our Excel Module 2 for those looking to improve their skills. You’ll discover how to set up more complex conditional formatting, get started with VLOOKUPs, and get inventive with how you use dates in your formulas, among many other topics.

If you’ve attended our Excel courses in the past, you’ll be glad to know that this new module does not replace the old module 3. However, we have updated our courses listings, so our current Excel Module 3 – Advanced Formulas and Functions has been renamed Excel Module 4, which now gives you four modules to choose from depending on your experience and skill level:

Excel Module 1 – Key Skills and Formula Creation
Ideal for new, or self-taught, users of Excel who want to get to grips with the tool, learn shortcuts and ensure they have not missed any top tips.

Excel Module 2 – Data Analysis and Pivot Tables
For existing users of Excel who want to take the next step and learn more about working with and analysing data.

Excel Module 3 – Data Management Techniques
An intermediate level course aimed at those who want to learn some of the more sophisticated techniques around data handling.

Excel Module 4 – Advanced Formulas and Functions
For advanced level users who want to learn how to work with a range of complex formulas and functions to interrogate and tidy up their data.

In addition to this, we have introduced two specialist courses for those wanting to focus on particular areas:

Excel – Pivot Table Specialist

Excel – Working with Macros

And of course we still have our VBA in Excel Part 1 and Part 2 for those who want to master the Visual Basic programming language that sits behind Excel to automate their spreadsheets.

Have a look at our public programme dates and book your place on our next course, or contact us to discuss your needs.

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