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BASIC EXCEL

DATA AND STATISTICAL ANALYTICS

1

DAY

8

HOURS

1

ASSESSMENT

THIS IS EXCEL TRAINING FOR FIRST TIME USERS

Most jobs that you go into these days will need you to manage some form of data.

Data such as customer purchases, payments, receipts, customer data, inventory, survey results, appointments, etc

This data is managed most often using the famous software Microsoft Excel. But if you’re going into a digital working environment for the first time, where do you learn these skills?

Most companies are going to expect you to know how to use the software on your first day.

Join our 1-day course that covers everything you need to know about Excel such as:
✔ why do we collect data
✔ types of data processing that are required
✔ typical data formats
✔ introduction to what microsoft excel looks like
✔ what types of work can be done on microsoft excel
✔ entering and storing data with microsoft excel
✔ formatting data for easy statistical analysis
✔ a quick overview of data analytics and use of statistical tools

COURSE OUTLINE:

Section 1:
This section covers what the most common types of business statistics are there and why do we need them.

Section 2:
The major functions in Excel that help us do the math and calculations easier and quicker. Hands-on experience here is provided with computers, software and licenses available on campus.

Section 3:
This section covers how data is collected and stored in Microsoft Excel. Not all data that is stored can be counted. We also cover how data can be stored for easy editing and transformation.

Section 4:
Analyzing your data with microsoft excel and also by common statistical practices. This will help us identify meaningful data for use in future.

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SkillsFuture funding validity period: 01-06-2021 to 31-05-2023

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