Webinars – short, focused, on-line presentations on specific Excel topics
If you can’t spare the time to attend classes, a 60-90 minute webinar may be just the ticket. Here’s how it works:
- After registering online to attend a webinar, log in to the webinar site at the scheduled time
- For 45-75 minutes or so, you’ll be seeing my Excel screen and hear me conduct a training session devoted to the specific topic.
- At the end of this session, for 15-20 minutes, you’ll be able to ask questions about various topics presented during the training. Some webinars might include a pause every 15 minutes for Q&A instead.
Many webinars that I present are offered publicly – through companies such as American Management Association, Business21 Publishing, or Lorman Education.
Other webinars can be presented to just your specific organization and can include your data in the examples. If your organization has personnel located in multiple sites, there’s no need to bring them to a central site for the webinar, they can simply log in from their respective locations at the time of the webinar.
For more information about how you can attend any of these webinars, go to these sites:
www.amanet.org click the tab for Individuals, then Web Events, then Webinars
www.lorman.com click Audio Conferences
www.b21pubs.com click AudioConferences/Webinars, then Finance Programs
Sessions are taught by Dennis Taylor, author/presenter of 50+ Excel video/CD courses and author of Teach Yourself Microsoft Excel 2000. Author/presenter of over 300 Excel webinars to thousands of attendees; taught hundreds of public Excel seminars in the US and Canada in recent years.
View sample Excel training videos: www.lynda.com/dennistaylor