Excel Classes NYC

Discover the power of Excel with a wide range of classes in NYC. From beginner to advanced, these courses will teach you essential skills for data analysis, automation, and financial modeling, helping you to thrive in your professional life.

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Microsoft Excel Bootcamp

NYC Career Centers @ 185 Madison Ave, New York, NY 10016 & Virtually Online

Master all Excel has to offer in our three-day, 21-hour bootcamp. The only prerequisite for the course is basic computer skills. Learn calculations, tables, and basic hotkeys on Day 1. Dive into Pivot Tables, database functions, and advanced spreadsheet features in Day 2. Conclude by learning how to automate tasks with macros on Day 3 The bootcamp combines our beginner, intermediate, and advanced Excel courses into one affordable bundle. By enrolling...

Tuesday Oct 10th, 10am–5pm Eastern Time

 (3 sessions)

$549

3 sessions

Microsoft Excel Training

Sprintzeal Americas Inc @ 305 Broadway, New York, NY 10007

MS Excel can never be displaced by any technology and every organization uses it in one way or the other. Enrolling in Sprintzeal's Advanced Excel training will ensure you have the basic skills to promptly and efficiently carry out day to day activities at work. Although technology has immensely evolved with various high-level programming languages, the importance, and potential of this basic feature cannot be ignored. Every organization needs an...

Monday Oct 16th, 9am–5pm Eastern Time

 (3 sessions)

$4,975

3 sessions

Intermediate Microsoft Excel

NYC Career Centers @ 185 Madison Ave, New York, NY 10016 & Virtually Online

Master VLOOKUP, Pivot Tables, formulas and functions in this intermediate Excel course. Build on your basic Excel knowledge by learning more advanced techniques like Sort & Filter, logical functions, and time-saving tricks. The intermediate Excel class focuses on more advanced functions (including VLOOKUP, COUNTIFS and SUMIFs), Sort & Filter, and Pivot Tables. You'll also learn crucial text-related features like splitting and joining text,...

Sunday Oct 1st, 10am–5pm Eastern Time

$249

Advanced Microsoft Excel

NYC Career Centers @ 185 Madison Ave, New York, NY 10016 & Virtually Online

Learn advanced Excel features and become an Excel expert. In this course, you'll master advanced functions like INDEX-MATCH, macros, and data analysis. Develop expertise in Excel’s most advanced features and become a resident Excel expert. Maximize the power of Pivot Tables, save hours by automating tasks with macros, and develop experience with advanced database functions. By the end of this course, you'll have knowledge and skills above and...

Sunday Oct 8th, 10am–5pm Eastern Time

$249

Excel Level II: Intermediate

Noble Desktop @ 185 Madison Ave, New York, NY 10016 & Virtually Online

In this intermediate Excel class, you’ll learn functions such as VLOOKUP and SUMIFs; summarize data with Pivot Tables; Sort & Filter databases; and split and join text. The course comes with our revolutionary Excel video suite, so you can review the materials anytime after the class. Take this class as part of the Excel Bootcamp and get a 15% discount. The package includes our Fundamentals, Intermediate, and Advanced Excel classes. This...

Sunday Oct 1st, 10am–5pm Eastern Time

$249
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Excel Level I: Fundamentals

Noble Desktop @ 185 Madison Ave, New York, NY 10016 & Virtually Online

In this beginner Excel workshop, you’ll learn the essentials of Microsoft Excel, including calculations, basic functions, graphs, formatting, and printing. This basic Excel class is perfect for those with limited experience looking to expand their proficiency. Practical Hands-On Training Our Excel course includes practical exercises that walk you through the basics. Learn the concept, watch an example, and complete an activity with the new concept...

Tuesday Oct 3rd, 10am–5pm Eastern Time

$249

Excel Level III: Advanced

Noble Desktop @ 185 Madison Ave, New York, NY 10016 & Virtually Online

Learn all of the most complex features of Microsoft Excel in this advanced training course. Once you’ve gotten the hang of the basics of building and organizing spreadsheets using Excel, you can learn to manipulate and visualize that data to improve your workflow and draw deeper insights. In this class, you will find out how to manage spreadsheets, utilize advanced analytics tools, and write macros to improve efficiency. You will also become...

Sunday Oct 8th, 10am–5pm Eastern Time

$249

Excel Programming with VBA

NYC Career Centers @ 185 Madison Ave, New York, NY 10016 & Virtually Online

Master VBA (Visual Basic for Applications) and macros in this course for avid Excel users. Visual Basic for Applications or VBA is Microsoft's coding language to program Excel. You can use it to write macros and automate tasks. On Day 1, you'll learn everything covered in Excel VBA Macros Level 1. Day 2 covers advanced VBA techniques in Excel VBA Macros Level 2. In this hands-on course, you'll learn how to accelerate your workflow in Excel with...

Monday Oct 2nd, 10am–5pm Eastern Time

 (2 sessions)

$549

2 sessions

Excel Specialist Certification Program

NYC Career Centers @ 185 Madison Ave, New York, NY 10016 & Virtually Online

Give your resume a boost with Microsoft Excel Certification. The Excel Specialist Certification program includes our three Excel courses (Fundamentals, Intermediate, and Advanced), two hours of private training, and the Excel Specialist Exam fee with a free retake. You'll also receive free proctoring on exam day. All students enrolled in our Microsoft Excel certification program gain lifetime access to our free Excel video courses, the perfect companion...

Tuesday Oct 10th, 10am–5pm Eastern Time

 (3 sessions)

$899

3 sessions

Excel VBA Macros Level I

NYC Career Centers @ 185 Madison Ave, New York, NY 10016 & Virtually Online

Learn macros and automation in Excel VBA and Macros Level I. The class begins with an introduction to Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) and macros. Throughout the course, you'll learn hotkeys, how to compile code, loops, and logic statements. The session ends with a lesson on using interactive code to create input and message boxes, and error handling, so you can avoid mistakes that lead to software crashes. Excel VBA Programming Course Workbook...

Thursday Nov 2nd, 10am–5pm Eastern Time

$345

Excel VBA Macros Level 2

NYC Career Centers @ 185 Madison Ave, New York, NY 10016 & Virtually Online

Dive into advanced VBA and Excel functions in Excel VBA and Macros Level II. This course builds upon lessons learned in Excel VBA and Macros Level I, including creating objects, loops, and logic statements. Learn how to control variables and create automated processes. Master Advanced Excel Functions with VBA In Excel VBA and Macros Level II, you will create a user interface to input data. In addition, learn how to evaluate data with looping structures...

Friday Nov 3rd, 10am–5pm Eastern Time

$345

Excel for Data Analytics

Noble Desktop @ 185 Madison Ave, New York, NY 10016 & Virtually Online

Harness the full potential of Excel’s data analytic capabilities. Learn database functions, analytic tools, and other skills that you can apply to organize and visualize data on a professional level. Apply Excel to Data Analytics If you want to learn Excel and dive into data analytics, this is the class for you. Build Skills with Hands-On Projects To learn efficient data analysis, you'll complete projects under the guidance of an experienced...

Monday Nov 6th, 10am–5pm Eastern Time

 (3 sessions)

$595

3 sessions

Excel Expert Certification Program

NYC Career Centers @ 185 Madison Ave, New York, NY 10016 & Virtually Online

This Excel certification program will prepare you for the Microsoft Excel exam "Excel 2016 Expert: Interpreting Data for Insights." Learn formulas, functions, Pivot Tables, charts, and more, and ace the Microsoft Excel Expert exam. Check out using "Flexible Scheduling" on the right. Once you've signed up, email us to schedule your three group classes, private training, and exam date. We offer weekday, weeknight, and weekend group classes and private...

Tuesday Oct 10th, 10am–5pm Eastern Time

 (3 sessions)

$1,099

3 sessions

Advanced Excel for Financial Modeling

NYIM Training @ 185 Madison Ave, New York, NY 10016 & Virtually Online

Learn the tricks and techniques in Excel needed for financial analysts to build financial models, create sensitivity analyses, and more. Master the advanced Excel tricks, techniques, and tools financial analysts use to build and audit financial models. By the end of this course, you will know how to write efficient and flexible formulas, create sensitivity analysis, and master Excel's features for finance. Get started with cash flow modeling...

Wednesday Oct 25th, 10am–5pm Eastern Time

$350
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Discover the Best Excel Classes in NYC

Excel is the industry standard spreadsheet application used by professionals. Those who know how to use this versatile program are an asset to employers because of the range of skills they can contribute to organizations. Possessing advanced Excel skills can open the doors to employment in a range of industries and professions. Those with Excel expertise can apply time-saving shortcuts and macros to drastically reduce the time it takes to perform routine or repetitive tasks. With the help of Excel’s built-in language, VBA, users can customize macros based on their professional needs, which enables them to quickly and accurately perform complicated calculations. Advanced Excel formulas provide a useful way for professionals in fields like finance to better optimize the data they possess.

For those whose job requires creating reports and dashboards, Excel can help with both tasks. This application helps professionals organize data in a manner that’s easy to navigate to more easily spot data patterns or trends. By creating visualizations of data findings in Excel, it’s possible to easily communicate information with any stakeholders or decision-makers. Excel is also a powerful tool for improving accuracy. Humans often make errors when manually performing data tasks or making calculations. Even simple spreadsheet formatting errors can have huge ramifications for a business or its customers. Those who have advanced Excel skills can add checks to calculations like averages or sums, which leads to a spreadsheet with fewer errors. Using Excel’s automation functions, such as filtering or sorting data, spreadsheet users can spot problems or errors that may otherwise have been overlooked.

Best Excel Classes & Schools in NYC

A great location to study Excel is New York City. The following are some of the current Excel courses available in the city:

Noble Desktop offers several in-person Excel courses for those in the NYC area. Excel Level 1: Fundamentals is a beginner-friendly Excel that teaches students how to perform basic spreadsheet tasks like working with basic functions, calculations, formatting, graphs, and printing. Noble’s Excel Level 2: Intermediate and Excel Level 3: Advanced are available as well for those seeking to take their Excel skills further. Each of these courses costs $249 and takes approximately six hours to complete. Students have the option of a free course retake included with tuition.

Ace Institute of Technology is a New York City-based educational provider offering a range of coursework in Excel and beyond. Those looking to study spreadsheets can enroll in its Microsoft Excel course. Participants learn how to create and develop a basic worksheet, work with macros and formulas, and execute special operations and graphic operations. This beginner-friendly class is intended for those who want to become familiar with Excel’s many functions.

NYIM Training offers training options in Excel in NYC. Excel for Business Bootcamp teaches students both introductory-level and advanced spreadsheet skills, such as working with functions and formulas, macros, VLOOKUP, and PivotTables. This 18-hour course costs $549 and includes the option of a free retake. NYIM Training’s Excel for Business Fundamentals is available as well. This introductory-level class covers core Excel skills like working with charts, tables, basic functions, and formulas. This class is six hours long and costs $249.

New York City Computer Classes provides onsite training in a variety of Excel topics. Excel Introduction is a one-day course that can be completed in less than four hours. Participants receive guidance on creating basic spreadsheets and navigating the Excel work environment. Students learn how to work with tabs, workbooks, and worksheets, how to format and manipulate rows and columns, and how to sort data. This class costs $150. Mastering Excel Intermediate and Advanced are available from this provider as well for learners who want to take their Excel study further and master tools and functions like PivotTables, VLOOKUP, INDEX, MATCH, and LOGICAL. 

NYC Career Centers is another New York City-based educator that has several Excel classes currently listed. Interested learners can enroll in Beginner Microsoft Excel, a one-day program for spreadsheet novices interested in building a foundation with Excel. Intermediate Microsoft Excel is available as well, which teaches students skills like keyboard shortcuts, combo charts, PivotTables, and functions like LOOKUP. Advanced Microsoft Excel is intended for those with a firm understanding of Excel but wish to learn this program’s advanced features and functions. By course completion, students will know how to perform tasks like cell locking and advanced cell management, Index-Match, and What-If analysis. Each of these classes costs $249 and provides the option of a free course retake. 

New Horizons has a range of Excel courses available in New York City for those who are new to this spreadsheet application, as well as more advanced Excel users. Excel 2019 - Part 1 is a beginner-friendly, one-day class that teaches participants how to work with the Excel interface, execute basic calculations, and manage and save workbooks. Excel 2019 - Part 2 provides intermediate-level Excel instruction on topics like conditional formatting, lists, charts, and PivotTables. Experienced spreadsheet users can take Excel 2019 - Part 3, which offers guidance on creating and using macros, working with the goal seek feature, forecasting data, making sparklines, and handling multiple worksheets. These courses each cost $295 and include the option of a free course retake for those who wish to revisit class material at a later time.

NYC Industries That Use Excel

If you’re interested in putting your Excel skills to use in New York City, this spreadsheet application plays an integral role in many industries and professions. 

In the business sector, Excel has a variety of applications. Excel’s PowerPivot feature provides Business Analysts with smart insights from huge datasets. These insights are used to help the business make informed decisions that consider current market trends, sustained profit, and how to remain competitive against the competition. Business Analysts use Excel to scour present data, as well as past information, to spot strengths and weaknesses, and to make projections based on data patterns.

Excel is a common tool in software development. This tool allows Software Developers to quickly organize and analyze large volumes of data. Excel can be used for data manipulation and visualization so findings are easy to see and share with stakeholders and decision-makers. Software Developers also use Excel to create spreadsheets for project management. These spreadsheets are used to track how tasks are progressing, assign work to team members, and establish deadlines. 

Excel is widely used in the field of finance by professionals such as Investment Bankers, Financial Analysts, and Loan Officers. Excel is one of the most popular office tools for tracking cash. This makes it an essential tool for any financial professional who deals with money. Financial Analysts aid their organization with making informed decisions on how best to invest, as well as whether to pursue a loan.

In digital marketing, Excel spreadsheets are a common tool that allows professionals to collate their findings and perform data analysis. Marketers use a range of Excel features, such as its charting and graphing data visualization features, to show executives how ROI is impacting various campaigns. 

Excel is widely used by those who oversee projects. In the field of project management, Excel allows them to monitor a range of tasks, such as assigning worker functions, adhering to budget constraints, managing costs, and ensuring projects are completed on schedule. These professionals often use Excel alongside other project management software to keep track of a range of variables in multiple projects.

Those who work in economics are tasked with studying and applying various economic concepts to increase profits and initiate more effective public policies. These professionals draw on a range of skills, such as Excel knowledge, to perform common tasks. This spreadsheet app has applications for managing, analyzing, and reporting financial data. It also can help them apply different economic concepts and theories to projects. They use Excel to forecast trends, generate models, and share their findings in an accessible format. Excel aids with financial planning, investment analysis, and land use analysis, and helps Economists make observations and decisions based on economic data.

Excel Jobs & Salaries in NYC

Many professionals in the New York City area rely on Excel for work-related tasks. Retail Managers, Financial Analysts, Business Analysts, and Accountants are just a few examples of professionals who work with this spreadsheet application. The following paragraphs will explore the national average salary for these professions, as well as the pay rates for those employed in NYC. Since The Big Apple is one of the largest and most populated cities in the world, the cost of living is higher there than in other places in the US, which is a contributing factor to higher pay rates. 

Retail Manager Career Path

Retail Managers perform a range of organizational tasks using Microsoft Excel. They use this app to organize various store operations and delegate employee responsibilities. Excel also helps these professionals perform budget-related tasks to ensure their store or stores are performing as efficiently as possible, minimizing expenses, and increasing profit. The national average pay for a Retail Manager is around $65,000 a year. Retail Managers who work in NYC earn slightly higher pay and can expect a yearly salary of approximately $70,000.

Financial Analysts Career Path

Financial Analysts are employed by businesses, banks, insurance companies, and other financial institutions. They provide insights to individuals and organizations about how best to spend their money to maximize profits and reduce costs. These professionals work with tools like Excel to perform tasks like evaluating how investments such as stocks and bonds perform and keeping track of this information in an organized spreadsheet. The average annual pay for Financial Analysts in the US is currently $75,000. Those who are employed in the NYC metropolitan area earn a slightly higher pay rate of above $80,000.

Business Analyst Career Path

Business Analysts work with their organization’s data to gather insights into how it performed in the past, how it’s currently operating, and how it may perform in the future. They work to locate issues pertaining to staff development, IT processes, organizational structure, or any other element that can contribute to performance. Often, they use Excel to keep track of this information. The recommendations they provide to policymakers based on data findings drive organizational change to ensure the business will continue to operate efficiently and maximize profits. In the US, the average pay for Business Analysts is just above $80,000. In the NYC area, Business Analysts earn a higher pay rate of more than $85,000 annually.

Accountant Career Path

Businesses use Accountants to help them make a range of financial decisions. Accountants gather information on their organization’s finances. They track this information and make any corrections as needed. This involves performing tasks like checking the accuracy of financial records, performing financial audits, and reconciling bank statements. Accountants work with software like Excel to help them organize and easily access financial data. Currently, the average pay in the US for an Accountant is approximately $60,000. New York City-based Accountants make well over this rate and can expect a yearly pay rate of around $75,000.