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Microsoft Excel Training for Individuals and Companies
Onsite, Online & Weekend Excel Training Courses by DEEPAK SHARMA
Instructor-led Excel courses in London, UK-wide, live online or at your offices.
Receiving Excel training will allow your employees to streamline their tasks and focus on more vital company projects. This excel training course is a wonderful fit for your firm, with a brilliant instructor and custom-made curriculum. With affordable fee structures, this excel training course is one of the greatest on-site and off-site programmes in London.
Designed to cater to different levels of learners, your employees can choose from beginner, intermediate or advanced excel course.
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Beginners Excel Training
For complete beginners, this course covers all the basics of Excel.
- Inputting data & using dates
- Cell referencing & formulas
- Using fonts, colours & borders
- Printing your spreadsheet
Intermediate Excel Training
Develop your Excel skills & learn to use more advanced features.
- Creating & formatting charts.
- Using conditional formatting
- Intermediate-level formulas
- Creating & filtering data tables
Advanced Excel Training
Become a poweruser mastering Excel’s most powerful tools & functions.
- Using logical functions
- VLOOKUP, HLOOKUP & INDEX
- Creating & editing Pivot Tables
- What-if Analysis
Why Choose Us
Where do Finance Professionals use Excel?
Microsoft Excel is an essential constituent of the life of finance experts. Excel is still the most extensively used spreadsheet software, therefore knowing how to use it is critical to your success.
In fact, it’s possible that 20% of your Excel functions and shortcuts are responsible for 80% of your results!
So, what role does Excel play in the financial sector?
- Excel for Investors
Financial analysis is done in one of two methods by investors. The first is fundamental analysis, which focuses on data gathered from a company’s financial accounts and can give Excel with the building blocks for complex equations.
- Excel for Accountants and Consultants
When it comes to financial analysis, it’s sometimes more about representing what we already know rather than making projections for the future. Excel can do depreciation, amortisation, taxes, P&L, balance sheet and cash flow, financial modelling and business valuations, budgeting and forecasting, account reconciliations and budgeting activities for accountants and consultants.
Excel’s flexibility naturally lends itself to cost accounting. Unlike financial accounting, which has strict rules and a standardised approach, cost accounting should be tailored to the firm’s specific needs.
Excel can track, update, and present data in ways that help businesses make better decisions.
Importing your data into your Excel spreadsheets instead of manually entering it is the logical next step for efficiency. This procedure entails obtaining data from another software and populating it in predetermined Excel workbook regions. You can also save your extracted data in an external database and use a data connection to access it.
You save time and avoid the difficulties of manual data entry when you import data into Excel. Refresh your workbook as soon as your direct or indirect connection points are formed.
- Excel for Financial Modelling
A corporation, a financial asset, or a portfolio of assets/companies is mathematically represented by an Excel financial model.
Financial modelling is a method of simulating an asset’s financial performance over a period of three to ten years. Decision makers can use the data to acquire, sell, expand, merge assets, or take any other action they want. Providing a value for the worth of a financial asset is frequently the final goal.
- Excel for Financial Reporting
The previous method of inputting statements into word processors is no longer used. Businesses are increasingly preparing financial statements in Excel, which is often supplemented by another data management and reporting software solution.
It’s simple to update the statements once they’ve been built. To repair a modification in affected areas, you no longer need to manually search all the statements. In Excel, the same modification now immediately cascades and updates.
- Excel for Financial Analysis
By manipulation, we mean the ability to insert or delete rows or columns in Excel, as well as the ability to hide, unhide, group, and ungroup your data.
When we say navigation, we’re talking about how to get around your workbook and worksheets more quickly.
We advise you how to make your data more presentable by formatting it. It explains how to alter the backdrop colour, text size, colour, and other aspects of the presentation.
We refer to the active role calculations play in the Excel programme as formulas. Many built-in functions are accessible in the Excel software.
Advanced Topics refers to capabilities such as Lookup functions, Pivot Tables, Macros, and other functions that extend Excel’s capacity to conduct financial calculations.
These are some Excel features that are commonly used in financial modelling jobs such as investment banking, finance, and consulting.
Why is Excel so popular in Finance?
Excel is an essential ability. Excel is used for financial analysis, modelling, and reporting because of its unrivalled mathematical calculations, formatting, and VBA/macro tools.
Many companies have tried to get away from Excel only to find themselves reverting to it. Why push your financial team to learn additional apps when you can use an integrated solution to supplement Excel?
As a result, teams are more productive and financial professionals are happier. Vena also overcomes Excel’s restrictions by incorporating data integrity, real-time updates, and version control.
Excel isn’t going anywhere.
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We offer all of our Excel training courses onsite, as well as online.
Our remote Excel courses cover the same content as our onsite in-person courses and run over Zoom.