Last Chance for Dashboard Course and Free Webinars

Just a quick reminder that registration for the awesome Excel Dashboard and Power BI courses by Microsoft Excel MVP, Mynda Treacy, closes on Thursday Nov 21, 8pm in Los Angeles, to be exact.

With demand for Data Visualization skills and Excel data analysis jobs set to explode by 44% and 34% respectively, now is the time to get these skills so you can take advantage of these exciting opportunities. Demand for workers with these skills is also predicted to outstrip supply, and that means these jobs will command a premium salary.

Mynda’s courses will have you up to speed quickly so you can start benefiting ASAP.

Excel or Power BI?

If you’re not sure which course, then if you’re quick you can catch a replay of the free webinars and see both tools in action.

Click here for the webinar replays.

Mynda also put this list of Pros and Cons together to help you decide whether Excel or Power BI is the right tool for your needs:

 

Registration Closes Nov 21

Loads of people have already joined the courses and are on their way to impressing their boss and colleagues with their new skills. Don’t get left behind.

Find out more and compare Excel vs Power BI for building Dashboards on the course pages below:

Click here for the Excel Dashboard course

Click here for the Power BI course

Tip: you can get the Dashboard and Power BI courses in a discounted bundle on the Power BI course page here.

 

Disclosure: I make a small commission (at no additional costs to you) for students who join Mynda’s course via my site, but as you know I don’t just recommend anything and everything. It has to be of outstanding quality and value, and something I can genuinely recommend. After all, if it doesn’t live up to what I’ve promised you’ll think poorly of me too and I don’t want that. Oh, and just watching the course videos won’t transform your career, you have to actually put it into practice, as if reading a cookbook won’t make you a chef.

 

About MF

An Excel nerd who doesn’t work on Excel most of the time at current job...... 🤔 Recently in love with Power Query and Power BI.😍 Keep learning new Excel and Power BI stuffs and be amazed by all the new discoveries.
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