November 2017 News 

Welcome to our November newsletter. With 2017 drawing to a close soon, this month marks the busiest time of the year for most training providers. Here's a run down of our latest course schedule and a round up of what's happening here at Trainers Direct. Don't forget to read our tip at the end too, hope you find it useful!

New Courses Launched

We're constantly reviewing demand for courses and would love to hear from you if there's a particular course that you'd like to see on our schedule.

2 new courses which are being added to our portfolio are:-

Visual Basic for Excel:

a one day introduction to visual basic programming including writing and editing macros. Our expert trainer Tom brings this course to you packed full of working examples and real life scenarios. This course can be run on site for groups and is also available in 2018 as a classroom course. Next scheduled date is 6th Feb 2018 in Parramatta priced at $550 inc GST per delegate.

An Introduction to SQL:

sql training sydney

a one day course to provide an introduction to SQL, available for on site training at present but this will be introduced into the classroom early 2018. Keep posted on our Facebook page by liking our page for regular updates.

Up and Coming Computer Courses in Parramatta

We still have spaces on the following courses:-

REMEMBER: we can also offer one to one courses at your workplace as well as group training onsite.

This Month's Quick Tip...

How To Remove First/Last Characters From a Cell in Excel

A common problem in Excel is if you have a range of data and you need is to remove the first few characters from each string (or the last). This post introduces the tricks for you to quickly remove the first or last few characters from a text string in Excel and then convert the finished cell to a value. Read the article here...

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Thanks for reading and don't forget to get in touch if you need any training or support.


Anita Lund