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We are dedicated to your success. Presented here are numerous free training modules you can use to increase your knowledge's and skills sets. All of these modules are engaging and require active participation of the participants. 


I would suggest that you have a personal training journal at the ready for which to take notes, make drawings, and add your own comments as you complete this training.


Click on the download document and save it as "Target" to your PC. When you are ready to view the training module it will play as an swf (typically macro media flash player). You will be able to play in HD mode, allowing you a "full screen view" of your desired training module. image of Cost of Poor Quality training module
Cost Of Poor Quality

The price of non conformance (Philip Crosby) or the cost of poor quality (Joseph Juran), the term 'Cost of Quality', refers to the costs associated with providing poor quality product or service. image of MS Excel 1 Creating Workbook training module
MS Excel 1 Creatig First Workbook

This is the place to learn the skills you need to work in Excel—how to create a workbook, enter and edit different kinds of data, and add and delete columns and rows—quickly and with little fuss.




MS Excel 2 Great Features image of MS Excel 2 Great Features training moduleIn this course you’ll learn about five great Microsoft® Office Excel® 2003 features that will help you to work faster and easier. Overview: Five great features; Lesson 1: Freeze, Lesson 2: Compare side by side, Lesson 3: Sum it up, and more, Lesson 4: Type less, get more and Lesson 5: Call attention to the good or the bad.



MS Excel 3 How to Use Lists image of MS Excel 3 Use Lists training module

There’s a new List command in Excel 2003 that makes it easy to create orderly rows of data such as addresses, names of clients or products, and quarterly sales amounts. The new List command also makes it easy to total up values and to sort and filter data.

MS Excel 4 How to Create Chart image of MS Excel 4 Creating Charts training module

A chart gets your point across—fast. With a chart, you turn worksheet data into a picture, where you can make a comparison or a trend visible at a glance. This course takes you through the basics of how to create charts in Excel.


MS Excel 5 How to Enter Formula image of MS Excel 5 Enter Formula training module

Learn how to add, divide, multiply, and subtract by typing formulas into Excel worksheets. Learn how to use simple formulas that automatically update their results when values change.


MS Excel 6 How to Use Statistical Functions image of MS Excel 6 Use Statistical Functions training module


A novice will learn the basics of building formulas in Excel. More experienced users will learn how to choose the right function to use, and how to troubleshoot some common problems.




MS Excel 7 Basic Statistical Functions image of MS Excel 7 Basic Statistical Functions training module


To illustrate how Excel can be used to carry out some basic statistical analyses and tests. To show you how to use some of the statistical worksheet functions available within Excel. We will explore how to use some of the tools available in the Analysis ToolPak.  Examples include;Frequency Distributions, Mean,Median and Mode,Percentiles and Quartiles,Deviation and Squared Deviation about the Mean,Variance and Standard Deviation, and finally Covariance and the Correlation Coefficient.




Problem Statements image of Problem Statement training module


We will examine how to construct both a mission statement and a problem statement.