Recession Retraining: Required Excel Skills

Are you prepared for your next interview? If you need to brush up on your Excel skills in order to qualify for your next job opportunity, then this class is a must. You will leave feeling confident that you can create basic tasks in Excel. You will receive  "recipies" to organize files, format a spreadsheet, add data and work with a list. We will cover the material in class so you completely understand the concept. You will then have the instructions that you can practice on your own until you feel like an expert with those tasks.


This class is ideal for beginners or intermediate users of Excel. Click here to register. Registration fee is $49.


Training is provided by Office Leverage, a workforce training firm specializing in Microsoft Office. For more information, viist or call 888.364.4222.


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