Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) is an object oriented programming language developed by Microsoft. VBA language has been integrated with Excel in order to have programming features which enables the developers to handle the data manipulation along with Excel function very easily. VBA is good for developing reporting systems in a capital markets environment and developing core business performance reporting etc.
WCC has been offering VBA courses since 1996. The course content has been changed over the years and is very much in line with demands and expectations of software developers in the corporate marketplace.
Our VBA programming course will teach you the relevant skills necessary for you to shine in the current job market in the financial industry.
Our course is taught by experience Excel VBA trainers with many years of experience. This course involves working with a various practical hands on exercise in a class room based environment. At the end of the course students will end up with lots of practical experience and learn the useful tips and short-cuts.
The trainer for this course has over 30 Years experience in IT Training and consulting to the corporate and government departments in the UK. The trainer also developed the world's first Online automation testing platfrom for BDD, TDD and Selenium called
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I attended the VBA training at Westminster College in Oxford Street. Good,,,,,,, --Kemmy---
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London E15 1XH
Just opposite Stratford station
Introduction to Excel VBA Programming
The Visual Basic Editor
Excel VBA Fundamentals
Variables, Data types, and Constants
VBA Procedures: Sub routines and functions
Decision Making with VBA
Repeating Actions in VBA
Working with Arrays
Working with Collections
Manipulating Files & controlling Other Applications with VBA