Course Duration for Microsoft Excel 2010 Training : 2 full days (8:45 am to 5:45 pm)
WSQ funding is available to Singapore Companies (For company sponsored candidates). Call (65) 6296-4663 for Details.
Course Duration: 2 Days only
- Any learner with a basic proficiency in reading, writing, and understanding English can pick up the Core Spreadsheet Skills in Microsoft Excel 2010.
- We look for participants with Secondary education as a per-requisite
- Participants should have completed the Basic PC Skills training.
Target Audience: For beginner and professional who in need of Basic Excel knowledge in order to produce charts and data analysis.
Prerequisites: Need to possess the knowledge of basic PC
Certification: Successful trainees will receive the internationally recognized ICDL Certificate upon completion of the course. This certificate is administered by ICDL Singapore. This is a joint certification between WDA and ICDL Singapore. Student must take a 60 minutes online assessment at the end of the course to get the international certification in Advanced Spreadsheets with Microsoft Excel 2013.
Course Outline for Basic/Intermediate Excel 2010
|Module 1: Using Microsoft Excel|
Module 2: Opening & Closing Workbooks
Module 3: Formulas and Functions
|Module 4: Editing Cells, Rows|
Module 5: Formatting Data in Excel
Module 6: Creating Charts with Excel
Module 7: Prepare Outputs Easily
How to Register: Simply fill this Online Registration Form. The Intellisoft Training Officer will get in touch with you to confirm your seat shortly. You can call at at +65 6296-4663 if you have any questions.
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Our Participants says:
Trainer was very patient in helping the slow learners. The session was interesting & learnt a lot of new things in Excel. – Alan
The session was well organised and flawless which allowed students to be extremely focused on the training. – LTA
I learnt most useful function like conditional formatting and charts which is most important to my daily work. – Kylie
Sufficient practice and more short cuts learnt to save time and speed up productivity. – Grace