MS Excel

Microsoft Excel is one of the most ubiquitous pieces of software used in workplaces across the world. In today’s day and age, Microsoft Excel is fully integrated in both our professional and educational life. Learning how to confidently run this software means adding a very valuable asset to your employability portfolio. At a time like this, when digital skills jobs are growing much faster than non-digital jobs, you can position yourself ahead of the rest by adding Excel skills to your employment profile.

Number of Classes


Class Duration

2 hours

Learning Outcomes

The Essentials of Microsoft Excel.
Expertly navigate the Excel user interface with confidence.
Perform basic calculations with formulas and functions.
Professionally format spreadsheets, create visualizations of data through charts and graphs.
Apply the knowledge of the formulas and tools in practical accountancy works like balance sheet, income statement, Cash-flow statement.
Forecast, calculation of Depreciation, amortization, impairment and financial ratios.

Mahbuba Rahman

ACCA Affiliate

Mahbuba Rahman is an ACCA Affiliate and is currently working at Brac Saajan Exchange Limited. She has been involved in providing tuitions for several ACCA papers for over four years and has extensive experience in conducting training programs on Microsoft Excel, Intuit QuickBooks and Tally ERP-9. Being an Affiliate with practical experience in the Finance field, she is able to tailor her courses and provide the most relevant guideline required in professional practice and Corporate sector. 

She is highly dedicated and committed to providing continuous support to students in addition to the classroom support in order to ensure that the trainees are able to efficiently use the knowledge gained during the training sessions and are able to demonstrate competence in the use of Excel, Tally ERP-9 or Quickbooks.

We work hard to prepare every student for their professional life

Our courses offer a good compromise between the continuous assessment favoured by some universities and the emphasis placed on final exams by others.