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Introduction to and Developing Spreadsheet Skills

Part-time, 3 days per level


Level 1: 15 May 2018 - 17 May 2018

Level 2: 22 May 2018 - 24 May 2018

Duration: Part-time, 3 days per level

at Ruskin Hall Campus, Old Headington, Oxford, OX3 9BZ

Contact Us:  01865 759600 /


This course will introduce you to Microsoft Excel®. You will learn how to record and manipulate numerical data in a spreadsheet – for example your income and expenditure. The course will cover the use of formulae and functions to perform calculations and summarise data. We will help you develop your skills in formatting and presenting data and creating charts.


Entry Requirements & How to Apply MORE INFORMATION

While there are no entry requirements for this course, it is advised that you have  computer skills and a basic ability to use a keyboard.

There are no academic requirements for entry to this course.

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“I have made new friends here and it is good for my confidence”

“Having acquired these skills is a step towards me getting get a good job”

“Now I will be able to help my son with his school work”

“I think learning about spread sheets will help me to get better in managing my finances and for my CV”

The course can be can be built on by attending other IT courses (such as Word, PowerPoint and Internet) to achieve the ITQ for IT Users Award. The content of this unit has been developed with employers to ensure it is relevant to the real world and meets the needs of employers.

Microsoft Excel is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation.

You may be charged course fees depending on your previous level of education but don’t worry; we will help you access financial support if you are entitled to it. For more information visit our Further Education fees and funding page.