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Excel Intermediate

Key course information

Computing and Information Technology


1 day

Part time


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Course Overview

This course is aimed at experienced users of Excel that have previously attended an Introductory Excel course or who have the equivalent experience of Excel.

Several students sat behind their computers
Several students sat behind their computers

What will I learn?

This course will teach you how to use Excel for more complex workplace tasks, use a variety of built in functions, create effective and visual ways of displaying data, create complex formulae, use and understand the relative/absolute/mixed function, link data between worksheets/workbooks, name a range for any frequently used constant or formulae, sort and filter data, use and understand conditional functions, including an introduction to the IF function and show data visually with the use of conditional formatting and Sparklines.

Entry Requirements

This course is suitable for those that already have experience of using Excel on a day to day basis and wish to extend their knowledge of the more complex features of the software.

Study, Assessment and Qualifications

Upon completion of the course, candidates will receive a certificate of completion.

Additional Costs and Information

If you are an employer and require one or more?employees to enrol onto this course or if you have any questions please contact 0845 345 2235 or

What Could I Do Next?

On completion of your course you may choose to progress onto these following courses

Computing and Information Technology

Career Opportunities

  • Project Manager
  • Network Engineer
  • Support Technician

  • Systems Analyst
  • Software Developer
  • Web Developer

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