IT Enterprise business solutions are proud to announce that they are working in collaboration with Konig+Neurat International to produce a series of Microsoft Excel training courses during 2017. Over the past few years we have lead a number of these courses in West London but a few people have expressed their disappointment that they could not attend due to the distance. Konig+Neurat International have generously offered their comfortable modern showroom as a training area and Informal networking venue for those who can stay afterwards. The cost is 30 pound per head which includes savouries, drinks and course materials.
Konig+Neurat International provides office furniture to business’s in and around London and the south east, so it will give you an opportunity for participants to review their interior design plans at the same time.
The first course we call “back to basics”, starts with a review of the program, looking at the menus, basic functions and formatting options available. We find that people start their working life and just “pick up” skills as they go along, without having a broad overview of what the program does. This an opportunity to take a step back and go over some basic building blocks that will assist when we go onto something more complex.
The course goes through how to build a basic budget so you leave with a practical example that can be used in everyday business life. Even though designed for the novice, there will be a few curve balls to keep an advanced user on their toes. The last time we ran one of these we had an accounts manager, of over 10 years’ experience, comment that she learnt a number of things about how excel operates that she was simply not aware of before.
If successful a series will be rolled out, each one building on the last, to go deeper into different aspects of excel and how it can be deployed in everyday business situations.
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Malcolm Ford Bio:
Malcolm Ford has had over 10 years’ experience in installing and implementing enterprise level software across the UK. As a part of his role he has developed bespoke excel modelling tools for business including financial forecasts, bank feeds, payroll journals and market research tools. As a result, he is ow in demand to share his experience with business owners in order to make sense of their information in order to make more informed management decisions.