Power Pivot online classes – now open for you
Hi friends, readers and supporters,
I am very glad to announce that our Power Pivot & Advanced Power Pivot classes are now open for you. If you are ready, Click here to join us.
Those of you new to this, read on.
What are these classes?
These days almost any job requires data analysis & presentation of results. While anyone can put a list of values in Excel & sum them up, not everyone can do advanced analysis, create charts, make them interactive, summarize data intelligently, present output in an intuitive dashboard or slice & dice data using Pivot tables & Power Pivot. Having these vital skills can make you invaluable to your organization & expose you to new opportunities. Not to mention the amount of time, money & effort you can save by efficiently using Excel.
That is why we have created 3 powerful courses – Excel School, Power Pivot & Advanced Power Pivot classes. Think of these as steps in a ladder.
Excel School program teaches you how to analyze data, create pivot tables, make charts, design interactive dashboards using Excel.
Power Pivot class shows you how to use Power Pivot (an Excel add-in) to connect to your enterprise databases, analyze data, create advanced reports & prepare dashboards right from familiar interface of Excel.
Advanced Power Pivot class takes you in to the depths of data analysis thru measures & brilliant techniques so that you can dig insights out of mountains of raw data.
Who should go for this?
Lets play a small game. You get one point for each item you agree to:
- Your job requires data analysis & finding insights to support decisions
- You need to make charts, create reports
- You deal with lots of data from different sources
- You like Chandoo.org and the information you get here
- You want to be awesome in your work, treated like a rock-star by your bosses and colleagues
If you score more than 3, then these courses are for you.
What will you learn, how does it work?
Oh you will learn a lot. Right from basics of Excel to advanced dashboards, right from installation of Power Pivot to using custom calendars, right from simple tricks to ninja-level time saving tactics – everything is covered, and then some more.
Instead of explaining for next several page scrolls, let me show you what you will get. Watch this brief video to understand how this course works.
Ready for the class? Join now
to teach the courses is fantastic. Chandoo has put together
comprehensive Excel material that is easy to understand and clearly
provides all students with the skills to be an advanced Excel User. Thank You!!
– John Geiger
Q. Can I watch lessons anytime?
Yes. All the lessons are pre-recorded videos. You can watch them anytime from anywhere. Just login to our secure online classroom to watch lessons, access workbooks, discuss with classmates, ask questions or download videos.
Note for Advanced Power Pivot course: this course videos will be uploaded once a week from August 19th until all modules are uploaded.
Q. Which version of Excel do I need?
For Excel School course: You need Excel 2007 or above (for Mac users, Excel 2011)
For Power Pivot course: You need Excel 2010 or Excel 2013 Professional Plus with Power Pivot add-in enabled.
Q. Do you have discounts for team enrollments?
Oh yes, we have. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
Questions or doubts?
If you have any questions or want to know anything else about this course, please email me at email@example.com or call me at +1 206 792 9480 or +91 814 262 1090. I will be very happy to help you out.
Thank you so much
Finally, I just want say how thankful I am to you because you made me a partner in your journey to awesomeness. I am so glad I can share my knowledge, passion & mistakes with you thru Chandoo.org. I hope you will enjoy this new course and use it to become even more awesome at what you do.
Wishing you success & awesomeness.
Chandoo & Rob
PS: Enrollment for this course close on Friday, August 16th. So hurry up. Click here to join us today.
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