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Swordsman 22-08-2013 01:48 AM

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Originally Posted by wolfberries (Post 78706220)
Hihi.

So did anyone attend the recommended Excel class?

How's the reviews?
How big is the class?

How much is the govt subsidy for individuals?

Btw I'm an NTUC member. Is NTUC learning hub good?


Any exams after learning?
I wish to have an exam as that I can apply what I have learnt in excel class.

Interested to know too.

Hardworkingm 13-09-2013 01:56 PM

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Originally Posted by ictrocker (Post 69969631)
There are two courses that will suit your needs. Upon taking the course and clearing the exam you will officially be certified by Microsoft.

  1. Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS): Excel 2010 Core (Duration: 3 Days / 21 Hours)
  2. Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS): Excel 2010 Expert (Duration: 3 Days / 21 Hours)

The Core level course covers about 80% of features & capabilities of Excel 2010. The Expert level course covers advanced topics like applying Formulas & Functions, Data Analysis, Macros, Forms, Data Consolidation and how to present Data visually.

Let me know of you are keen. I know a training center that offers the above courses with subsidy.

Hi. Can PM me the details? Thank you

M.A.S.K 29-09-2013 03:24 PM

Can pm the details as well ? thank you

alexclarke 12-12-2013 01:42 PM

Could you PM me as well please. Thanks!

lolita_5 27-12-2013 09:02 PM

Kindly PM me the details. Thank you

Pinkey 22-02-2014 01:50 PM

where to learn?

Ryanmummy 05-03-2014 03:35 PM

im keen too
pls PM me

temptemp 05-03-2014 03:40 PM

im interested, pls PM :)

ves-gary 07-04-2014 12:07 AM

hi. i interested. can pm me the details. thanks

Flyingpig 24-04-2014 01:10 AM

The 2 MOS courses recommended is very good if you are looking for certification. It covers most of the functions but is rather dry, not so cheap neither is it easy to pass. For more good, cheap and practical lessons, can consider the below:

Microsoft Excel Dashboard:
abc://goo.gl/TbLA0h (replace the abc with http)

Microsoft Excel Expert:
abc://goo.gl/FEaOTw (replace the abc with http)

Microsoft Excel Beginner:
abc://goo.gl/Jptrzg (replace the abc with http)

These are my personal favourite. I feel it is very value for $. I reap back every single cent I paid.

Flyingpig 24-04-2014 01:17 AM

The MOS courses recommended is more for Microsoft professional certification. I took the MOS Expert. Super dry. Is not cheap or easy to pass too. I did pass on 2nd attempt.

I think I prefer other courses for excel though. You might be interested to consider:

Microsoft Excel Dashboard:
abc://goo.gl/TbLA0h (replace abc with http)

Microsoft Excel Expert:
abc://goo.gl/FEaOTw (replace abc with http)

Microsoft Excel Beginner:
abc://goo.gl/Jptrzg (replace abc with http)

These courses are online. I like them coz I can learn at my own pace and I can download the stuff too. I took the dashboard course last year and the support was excellent. I have since become Excel expert in office after the course. :p

ivanneo 31-08-2014 06:40 PM

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Originally Posted by ictrocker (Post 69969631)
There are two courses that will suit your needs. Upon taking the course and clearing the exam you will officially be certified by Microsoft.

  1. Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS): Excel 2010 Core (Duration: 3 Days / 21 Hours)
  2. Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS): Excel 2010 Expert (Duration: 3 Days / 21 Hours)

The Core level course covers about 80% of features & capabilities of Excel 2010. The Expert level course covers advanced topics like applying Formulas & Functions, Data Analysis, Macros, Forms, Data Consolidation and how to present Data visually.

Let me know of you are keen. I know a training center that offers the above courses with subsidy.

Can PM me as well on this? thanks

NAYRNAT 17-10-2014 12:38 PM

Hi,
Can pm me as well? I wish to learn excel vba

NY_Ang 17-10-2014 03:55 PM

can PM me also? thanks a lot!

danielsg84 18-11-2014 12:50 PM

hi, can you please pm me the details? thanks!


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