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Earn a valuable CPD certification as an Excel data analyst with this comprehensive bootcamp.
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May 10, 2019
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If you've worked in an office (or even at home) at any point in the past thirty years, chances are you've at least dabbled in Microsoft Excel -- that number-crunching powerhouse that lies at the heart of virtually every successful business.

Having just a baseline understanding of Excel is no longer sufficient if you want to stand out from the competition in an increasingly saturated career pool. The Excel Data Analyst Certification School will transform you from an Excel novice to an all-out pro, and a lifetime subscription is available for over 95 percent off at just $49.

Whether you're trying to build a career in data science or simply want to learn how to build powerful spreadsheets, this extensive training has you covered.

You'll learn how to craft compelling charts, analyze massive sets of data, predict future financial trends and work with algorithms that can drastically cut down your work time -- all through hands-on instruction that uses real-world examples to keep you on track.

You'll even be able to validate your training with a CPD-certified diploma when you've completed your studies.

If you want to add a valuable skill-set to your repertoire, take advantage of everything that Excel has to offer with a lifetime subscription to the Excel Data Analyst Certification School for just $49.

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