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An Excel Training for Staffs and Local volunteers


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Volunteers Initiative Nepal (VIN) conducted an Excel training to staffs and local volunteers. On 5 of May Paweł Bryk, an EU Aid Volunteer taking part in the 9-month project in Nepal had conducted a Basic Excel training at VIN. During the training, staff of the organization, some EU Aid volunteer as well as volunteers working with the organization could learn about efficient ways to use different MS Excel functions and how to prepare graphs. Training was concentrating on the case study of the budget file, so that participant could use it in the future for their work for the organization.

Despite the fact that training was long, participants had a lot of energy till the end and remarked that they would like to attend another Excel training, this time concentrating on more advanced functionalities, such as Pivot Tables, using Macros and multi-formulas within Excel training. Training was interactive and participants were active, also by asking a lot of questions – showing that there is not only big interest in improving IT skills but also in learning and participation in such technical and result-oriented workshops.

Training was also an opportunity for the participants and the trainer to share their experiences and good practices and in the end all of the people taking part in it evaluated it as useful and interesting.


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