This article contains information for University staff only.


This article contains links to Microsoft Excel e-learning resources and the classroom training calendar. New build University machines will be supplied with Office 2013, older builds have Office 2010 installed. As the changes between Excel 2010 and 2013 are minor, the resources remain applicable to all versions.

What training do I need?

We recommend using the Training Needs Analysis forms to assist you in identifying the e-learning materials most relevant to your development needs.

Microsoft Office Training

Classroom Based Training

IT Training are currently using Microsoft Office 2013 for all Microsoft Office training courses. For details of the courses available, and their content, click here.

E-learning Resources

Below are links to the online training roadmaps for each version of Microsoft Office Excel which include beginner, intermediate and advanced topics. The resources are self-paced online lessons that consist of videos, quizzes and practice tasks to be completed in the application. The resources work best when viewed in Internet Explorer.

The University is now able to offer a wide range of courses for Microsoft software products through the Microsoft Imagine Academy. To make use of these resources refer to these two articles to sign-up for an account and then access the Academy resources:

Excel 2013

For more information about the differences between Office 2010 and 2013 please visit the Differences between Office 2010 and 2013 article.

Excel 2013Excel 2013 Training Roadmap View all the training courses available for Excel 2013 including, Basic Math, Conditional Formatting, VLOOKUP, PivotTables, Macros etc.
Excel 2013 Make the switch to Excel 2013 Get started with the new version to see how to do everyday tasks.

Excel 2010

 Excel 2010 Training Roadmap View all the training courses available for Excel 2010, including Sparklines, IF, VLOOKUP, Macros etc.

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