MS Excel Intermediate Class

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Date(s) - 11/11/2017
9:00 am - 6:00 pm

Career First Institute


It’s a known fact among office professionals: MS Excel makes your workload effortless. We now offer you a fun and practical way to gain foundational knowledge and practice on how to utilize MS Excel.

It is an excellent tool that you can utilize in reporting, modeling, data analysis and management. As MS Excel’s database qualities are endless, it allows you to manipulate office information far easier, as well as create charts and perform calculations.

If you are:
• Analysts in the fields of finance, accountancy, Business Process Outsourcing and consultancy

• Data managers

• Administrators and directors

• Start-up entrepreneurs

• University students

• Excel Enthusiast

We’d love you to join the class!

Here are the Course Highlights:

Formulas and Functions

  • Creating Complex Formulas
  • Relative and Absolute Cell References
  • Functions (AutoSum, Vlookup, IF, Concatenate)

Working With Data

  • Basic Tips for working with data
  • View and Navigation Options
  • Filtering Data
  • Groups and Subtotals
  • Tables
  • Charts
  • Conditional Formatting
  • Track Changes and Comments
  • Inspecting and Protecting Workbooks
  • Pivot Tables
  • What-If Analysis

Regular Registration Fee: P1,300 inclusive of food

Contact Career First Institute and look for Rebekah for more details.

Other details : Participants are expected to bring their own laptops. Version that will be used is MS Excel 2016. If you use the earlier versions of MS Excel, the course program will still work for you.

Don’t miss out. Seats are limited. Book now!

Meet our Learning Facilitator – Alex William Montecalvo

Our Excel Class Training  is led by Alex .  He is a former University Professor for IT Subjects and recognized as trainer for those who want to acquire the NCII-CSSA Accreditation with TESDA.  He has trained staff members of various industry-leading companies on how to use Microsoft Excel. 

Alex’s passion in learning how to optimize use of Microsoft Tools started in 2004. He continues to share the drive to learn and master the tool with each of his training classes.



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