The “Diploma in Microsoft Excel Using NVDA” is a comprehensive program tailored to empower visually impaired individuals with the proficiency to excel in Microsoft Excel, the powerful spreadsheet software. Over the course of 1 month, participants will embark on a transformative learning journey, mastering Microsoft Excel through the lens of the NVDA (NonVisual Desktop Access) screen reader.
In this diploma program, students will explore the various features and functionalities of Microsoft Excel, including data entry, formula creation, data manipulation, and data analysis. They will learn to utilize NVDA effectively to navigate the Excel interface, access menus, and interpret spreadsheet data seamlessly.
Participants will gain hands-on experience in creating and managing spreadsheets, performing calculations, and visualizing data using accessible charting tools.
The course curriculum covers advanced Excel topics, including pivot tables, data validation, conditional formatting, and advanced formula techniques. Learners will develop a deep understanding of data organization and analysis, all while leveraging NVDA to make data-driven decisions.
Throughout the program, emphasis is placed on producing accessible and user-friendly spreadsheets that adhere to accessibility guidelines, ensuring that visually impaired users can actively participate in data analysis and collaborate effectively with sighted colleagues.
Moreover, students will be introduced to Excel automation and accessibility add-ins, enabling them to streamline repetitive tasks and enhance their Excel workflows using NVDA.
By the end of the program, graduates will be proficient in Microsoft Excel, equipped with the skills to handle complex data scenarios, and poised to pursue careers in data analysis, financial modeling, or business intelligence.
The “Diploma in Microsoft Excel Using NVDA” paves the way for visually impaired individuals to thrive in the world of data-driven decision-making, promoting accessibility and inclusivity in spreadsheet proficiency and data analysis.
|Course Title||Level||Course Duration||New Batch Starting Date|
|Diploma in Microsoft Excel Using NVDA||Beginner||1 month||October 1, 2023|