Excel is Microsoft’s spreadsheet program and a component of its office product group for business applications. It enables users to format, organise and calculate data in an easy-to-read and well-strutted format known as a spreadsheet. Excel uses an extensive collection of cells formatted to organise and manipulate data and solve mathematical functions.
Knowing Excel well increases your chances of getting employed or the way you manage your enterprise.
Excel skills include producing graphs and tables, using spreadsheets efficiently and performing calculations and automation to process extensive data.
Microsoft Excel application is one of the most demanded skills for employment across many industries. A certification in Excel will open many doors of opportunities for you. People use Excel in various business settings, from project management to human resources, operations
management and performance reporting. The market is looking for people with Excel skills for sales, marketing and finance. Knowing Excel well is one of the best investments in furthering your career. Good Excel skills add value to your CV, make you better at your job, increase your salary, and help you get stuff done in time. Some schools and institutions teach Excel; each provides the learner with a different qualification. Like the government’s Grade Test standard, most employers appreciate a standard certification like the one the International Computer Driving Licence (ICDL) offers.
How to develop Excel skills?
- Browse YouTube for Excel tutorials
- Take a free course on edx.org.
- Join Excel learning groups on social media
- Self tutoring – LLYCE is an ICDL testing centre. You are welcome to use the ICDL manuals, and PC’s in the Centre to teach yourself Excel, and when you are ready, you can write the test and get qualified at minimal costs. Our volunteer is helping learners with Excel on Tuesday and Thursday at 1 pm.
Visit Likusasa Letfu Youth Centre for Employability at shop 14, Matsapha Business Centre, call 79585564, email firstname.lastname@example.org