In this course, students will use the advanced features of Microsoft® Office Excel® 2010 to attain proficiency as an Excel power user.
Who Should Attend?
This course is designed for advanced Microsoft Office Excel professionals who may work or be interested in the domain of finance, statistics, project analysis, and market analysis including the fields of micro- and macro-economics.
Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
- Manipulate data using statistical and lookup functions - Analyse data using the data analysis tools in Microsoft Excel 2010 - Make investment decisions using the financial functions in Excel 2010 - Examine data using math functions in Excel 2010 - Manipulate data using text and information functions in Excel - Create templates and work with Excel's advanced chart options - Manage data in Excel workbooks
It is recommended that delegates attend at least one of the following courses prior to attending the Level 4 course:
Lesson 1: Manipulating Data Using Statistical and Lookup Functions
- Forecast GDP Using Statistical Functions - Evaluate Sales Data Using Statistical Functions - Analyse Stock Data Using Statistical Functions - Mine Data Using the Lookup and Reference Functions
Lesson 2: Analysing Data Using Data Analysis Tools
- Analyse Sales Data Using Descriptive Statistics - Analyse Time Series Data Using Exponential Smoothing - Analyse Data Using Regression - Identify the Beta Value of a Security - Analyse Sector Data Using Correlation and Covariance Matrices - Optimize a Stock Portfolio Using Solver
Lesson 3: Working with Data Using Financial Functions
- Develop an Investment Schedule Using Financial Functions - Make Investment Decisions Using Financial Functions
Lesson 4: Examining Data Using Math Functions
- Analyse Sales Data Using Math Functions - Calculate Stock Returns Using Math Functions - Aggregate GDP Data Using Math Functions
Lesson 5: Manipulating Data Using Text and Information Functions
- Manipulate Data Using Text Functions - Validate Data Using Information Functions