Finally - your chance to master excel

Excel Academy and CFO South Africa have teamed up to deliver a signature online course at a price that's hard to beat - but Friday midnight is the deadline for using the discount code.

Showing their commitment to South African accountants, Excel Academy and CFO South Africa have reduced the cost of the six-week signature Excel Academy online course to just $397 (normal price $497). The offer expires at midnight on Friday 22 June and is now available to anyone using the code: EXCELUNICFO.

With their growing reputation as one of the best online training platforms, Excel Academy are making a name for themselves not only with the quality of the learning but their commitment to beating widely felt cost creep and exchange rate volatility. 

Excel Academy founder Dan Stillerman said:

"We are an international business and use dollars to price our product across multiple jurisdictions. We believe in the product so much that we're prepared to discount the opportunity so that South Africans don't feel too much of the pain in the exchange rate fluctuation over the last couple of weeks."

CAs and CFOs were already given the opportunity to participate in a hugely informative introduction to the course in the form of a free webinar that covered keyboard shortcuts, pivot tables and pivot charts, dashboards and macros. Over 300 individuals registered and watched the webinar, and have already augmented their Excel skills with valuable new competences.  
 
If you missed out, you can watch a replay of the webinar here (still for free). Or you can simply skip straight to registering for the career-boosting online course, using the discount code.
 
CFO South Africa MD Graham Fehrsen said:

"It's great to work with partners like Dan and the team at Excel Academy. Their commitment to a community of professionals is as strong as ours and I think any finance professional considering a skills upgrade or refresh would be crazy not to take advantage of this great course at a price that is hard to beat."