Excel for the Workplace

Master the amazing power of Excel

Excel is one of the most powerful software tools used in businesses across the nation, and this course is designed to help you master the program beyond the basics. This four-session course will explore a different topic each week.

Participants will learn about the following elements:

  • formatting funcitonality
  • formula creation and best practices
  • workbook management
  • pivot tables

This course is ideal for professionals who wish to expand their skill set to some of Excel's more advanced features.

Excel Series Schedule and Registration

Excel for the Workplace is a four-session course that will meet on Tuesday's:

  • Dates to be determined

Delivery: Online via Zoom. Instructor-led workshops will be recorded, and students will have access to the recordings.

Investment: Students may sign up for more than one class

  • $49 for once class
  • $88 for two classes ($98 - $10 discount)
  • $127 for three classes ($147 - $20 discount)
  • $166 for all four classes ($196 - $30 discount)

Please contact us at 570-963-2600 for information on discounts or email [email protected]

About the Instructor

Presented by Angela Brown, MBA, CMA, Lecturer of Accounting and Division Coordinator of Business, Penn State Schuylkill

Angela M. Brown is lecturer of accounting and coordinator of the business division at Penn State Schuylkill, teaching a variety of accounting and business courses.

Prior to joining the faculty at Penn State Schuylkill in 2018, Ms. Brown taught as an adjunct instructor for Penn State and McCann School of Business. Most recently she was employed as the controller at Preferred Warranties Inc., a Schuylkill County-based vehicle service contract provider, where she managed the accounting-related activities. Prior to that role, she was the controller of a retail furniture chain based in Harrisburg, PA, with locations throughout numerous states.

Ms. Brown is a certified management accountant and has earned her MBA from Alvernia University.