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Pandemic Relief Excel Course Features 26 Instructors


May 13, 2020 - by Bill Jelen

Many of us are stuck at home during the CoVid-19 quarantine. For a very limited time, you can enroll in a unique online Excel course called “Excel Tips by the Experts”. Twenty-six Excel experts from around the world each contributed a 10-to-15 minute lesson to the course.

This is a great chance to brush up on your Excel skills. By watching a few lessons, you can learn some new Excel skills. You will also have a chance to see the teaching style of some Excel experts who are new to you, and you might subscribe to their blog or YouTube channel.

The course enrollment is only open through May 19, 2020. Once you enroll, you have access to the videos for six months. The 25 lessons include over five hours of instruction. The enrollment fee is either $10 or $20. The course is the same whether you pay $10 or $20. You choose what you can pay.

“This is a once in a lifetime global pandemic and a once in a lifetime Excel course. Your enrollment fee will be used in the fight against CoVid-19 in the places that it is needed most,” according to Paula Guilfoyle, an instructor at The Excel Club who organized the course.

All of the money raised through the course is going to given to GOAL. What is GOAL? Founded in 1977, GOAL has responded to almost all of the world’s major humanitarian crises since, working with vulnerable communities in more than 60 countries.


Alan Vard, Senior Development Manager for GOAL said: “A huge thanks to everybody at the Excel Club for coming up with this unique idea which will encourage people to use time at home to upskill, while raising funds for GOAL’s COVID-19 response at the same time.”

To sign up for the course, visit https://goalexcel.newzenler.com/. But hurry, as you must enroll by May 19, 2020.

The lessons and instructors in the course are:

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Bill Jelen is the author / co-author of
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