TOP TEN TIPS: EXCEL FOR ACCOUNTANTS
The Excel for Accountants (Basic) course is a short course consisting of 10 video-led modules. The course is primarily aimed at accountants, bookkeepers and accounting professionals and aims to provide learners with a solid foundation with which to build further skills.
Excel is an incredibly powerful tool for accountants, and it is a key skill that any accountant or accountancy professional should become familiar with. For financial insight and analysis, crunching numbers and compiling non-numerical data, Excel continues to be the tool of choice throughout the accounting and finance field.
Learning to improve at Excel is a great accounting career move. With a large amount of functionality it’s easy to get overwhelmed, particularly when you are just starting out. Master the basics of Excel and build a solid foundation in which to build further skills.
WHO'S IT FOR?
PC or Mac with a full version of Microsoft Excel (any version from 2003 to 2013 or Microsoft 365).
Not a requirement but a benefit to have some work-related projects to which you can readily apply what you learn.
Accountants, accountancy professionals and finance professionals with limited knowledge about Microsoft Excel
Conduct insightful analysis of small or large data sets.
Effectively manage your worksheets.
Master Excel’s most common und useful functions.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Deborah Ashby is an IT Trainer and has been in the IT Industry for 22 years during which time she has provided a wide range of training services to professionals of all levels. Deborah has worked across various sectors such as the travel, property investment and legal. Her expertise lies in all the main Microsoft applications and she's been running hands-on classroom training sessions, webinars, seminars and workshops for 10 years. She is able to take complex subjects and communicate them clearly and concisely and sometimes even 'make technology fun' for a wide range of mixed ability learners.
Deborah holds a MOS (Microsoft Office Specialist) Master Certification and five TAP (Trainer Assessment Program) Certifications. She is COLF Certified and a Member of the British Institute of Learning and Development.
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