Excel courses and training
The Excel Community is committed to strategic collaboration with carefully selected partners to deliver the best advice, training and qualifications to our members.
Our partners’ offer training in the following functional areas:
Management Information Reporting
Management Information Reporting is a 3 day course designed to teach applied advanced Excel techniques to financial professional seeking to improve their business intelligence reporting within their organisation – and improve personal Excel skills in the process. You will learn to present information in a clear and concise manner, benefiting from dynamic graphs and charts all of which can be refreshed from your accounting system at a click of a button.
Financial Modelling – investment appraisal, valuation, business cases
The aim of the course is to enable you to apply best practice Excel techniques to produce a robust business model for the evaluation of investment opportunities.
Financial Modelling – FP&A system data and strategic planning
The aim of the course is to enable you to apply best practice Excel techniques to extract information from databases and produce monthly management accounts and rolling strategic plans.
Financial Modelling – decision support, Monte Carlo analysis and using visual basic
The aim of the course is to enable you to apply best practice Excel and Visual Basic techniques to produce an enhanced business model with Monte Carlo analysis and dependency ranking of assumptions.
Using Excel better
The Excel Community provides a 'one-stop shop' for accountants who want to use Excel better and understand and minimise spreadsheet risk. Excel Community materials are provided by accounting experts who use, train and consult on Excel.
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