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Excel Courses in English

Do you plan Excel courses with English as training language? That's perfect - because we deliver high quality Excel trainings in English! Our Excel trainers speak English due to experience within class as well as living abroad. One even has a master degree in English. So, yes, feel very welcome to book Excel courses in English from Computerschulung Düsseldorf | Malte Koch. Gladly we give additional information via phone or video conference in English, too: +49 211 97710999. Within about ten minutes time we find out about your needs and learning aims. Right afterwards you receive a taylor made offer.

Regarding Excel levels we offer all kinds of classes: beginners, intermediate, advanced, experts. From solid knowledge on how to create great tables based on templates, use filters, start calculating, you or your team might want to go further - explore functions, Pivot, charts, data tools, or even macros.

You also might want to read more below or, if you can read German as well, here: Excel-Kurse.

At your location or as a webinar?

Our open Excel courses in Düsseldorf as well as our open live webinars we both perform in German. But for all other training forms we deliver custom made solutions. That's why you can always choose Excel in English with any inhouse training or company exclusive webinar.

Additionally, you have full freedom of choice regarding (a) Excel topics (Basics, Advanced, Expert, functions, Pivot etc.), (b) Duration (half day, full day, two days, short weekly sessions), (c) Date (according to availability).

Mind the difference: English vs. German Excel

It's so much of a difference: Not only tabs and ribbon, buttons and groups have different names. In Excel even function vary a lot between English and German. Sometimes they are easy to translate like SUM and SUMME. Sometimes you can't tell first glimes they do the same job at all: VLOOKUP vs. SVERWEIS. Also, explanations within each function differ. Did you know the term "Bereich" means "range" in English, for example? For that reason it's important to learn Excel in "your" language. What's the use of taking part in a German-speaking Excel course when everything looks different going back to your computer set up in English? We therefore have a close look at your company's respectively your personal Excel setting - weather you work with English or German or even another menu language.