Learn, practice, assess your skills

This Experiential Learning course consists of common analysis that can be conducted with Microsoft Excel and access to internet. They do not require any programming skills, VBA, macros or coding.

  • Practice your Excel skills with real-world case studies

  • No lengthy videos to watch, or virtual class to join

  • Acquire in-demand, employable skills. Build your reference projects

  • Download the Quick Reference Guide and Excel templates

  • Full lifetime access. PC & Mobile.

  • Satisfaction guaranteed: check our refund policy*

How it works

Retain 75% of what you learn, not 30%

  • Hands-On Experience

    • Download Excel template • Understand analysis example • Practice with realistic data • Assess your skills

  • Employable Skills

    • Create your own analysis • Share your expertise on LinkedIn and social media

  • Quick Reference Guide

    • Quick access to Excel templates • Supports the transfer of new skills to your job • Enhances learning retention

Course overview

  • 1

    Welcome to this Experiential Learning Course

    • Excel for Data Analysis

    • How to Use these Experiential Learning Course

    • What do you need to complete this course?

  • 2

    How to Conduct a Pareto Analysis & Build Professsional Bar Charts

    • Pareto Analysis: Description and Skill Practice

    • Pareto Analysis: Skill Assessment

  • 3

    How to Analyse Variability & Create Box/Whisker Charts

    • Dispersion Analysis & Box Plots: Description & Skill Practice

    • Dispersion Analysis & Box Plots: Skill Assessment

    • Quick Check: How Confident Are You?

  • 4

    How to Create, Visualize & Interpret Histograms

    • Histogram and Bell Curve: Description & Skill Practice

    • Histogram and Bell Curve: Skill Assessment

  • 5

    How to Build Population Pyramids & Violin Plots

    • Population Pyramids & Violin Plots: Description & Skill Practice

    • Population Pyramids & Violin Plots: Skill Assessment

    • Quick Check: How Relevant is the Course Content?

  • 6

    Congrats, You Are Almost Done!

    • Your Quick Reference Guide

    • How did you like this course?

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  • 95% Confident

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  • 94% Plan to Reuse

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  • 96% Relevant to My Work

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