Excel Training for Groups
If you are coordinating Excel training for a group, we are happy to help! We offer group-enrollment discounts, plus have a few ideas on how to maximize the experience with an in-house facilitator.
Group discount for courses
If you would like to enroll your team, we offer group-enrollment discounts. Depending on the training program and the size of your group, the store will automatically apply a 10% - 50% discount during checkout.
Our courses are organized into two main tracks: Undergraduate and Masters. Undergraduate courses cover classic Excel topics such as VLOOKUP, SUMIFS, INDEX/MATCH, PivotTables, conditional formatting, and more. Masters courses cover more technical topics, such as Power Query, Power Pivot, Power BI, and VBA/Macros.
In addition to our courses, we offer a Campus Pass. A Campus Pass is a subscription-based option that provides access to all undergrad and masters lessons. Plus it has live office hours with Jeff for Q&A.
Group licenses can be switched at each annual renewal.
If you would like a more structured way to train your group, we recommend using an in-house facilitator. The idea is that you designate one of your team members to be the onsite facilitator. The facilitator would book space in your conference or training room for periodic meetings (eg, first Friday of the month). Between meetings, students work individually through the assigned lessons at their own pace, watching the videos and completing the homework. In the group meetings, students would discuss how and where to apply what they learned to specific workbooks in your organization.
For example, a group discussion after the VLOOKUP lesson could lead students to decide that a specific workbook could benefit from VLOOKUP. They would all be on the same page about why it was implemented and how to maintain the workbook going forward. This builds excitement and ownership about the specific functions used. Students all understand the function and how to make updates going forward.
This blended format enables students to learn at their own pace but also participate in live discussions. This keeps students moving through the lessons together, and allows them to discuss ways to apply the topics to specific workbooks. This is a very powerful approach to Excel training.