CCON 018 Excel Skills for Business Credential
Description
Designed to equip contracting professionals with advanced Excel proficiency essential for data and proposal analysis, you’ll start off your learning journey with insights from senior contracting leaders highlighting the significance of data analytics in the field. As the curriculum progresses through a series of Excel courses—from Intermediate to Advanced levels—you’ll learn the skills to design intricate spreadsheets, manage large datasets efficiently and extract meaningful insights. The final segment introduces a DoD application illustrating how enterprise resource planning (ERP) data can be leveraged alongside Excel for in-depth support and touch labor analysis in major contractor proposals. Come away with crucial knowledge on extracting and analyzing data from ERP systems like systems applications and products (SAP), focusing on utilizing tools like the CJI3 report for proposed cost analysis based on actual historical data. Tailored for those engaged in contracting, cost and price analysis, and keen on leveraging Excel's advanced capabilities, this credential serves as a vital asset in mastering data-driven decision-making and proposal analysis within the contracting domain.

Target Attendees
Target attendees are 1102s who are involved in contracting and cost and price analysis activities that require an advanced proficiency in Excel, such as data and proposal analysis.
Requirements  
Course Title Delivery Method
CCON 018 Introductory Video Video
HOS 0013 Excel Skills for Business: Intermediate I Online Training (OLT)
HOS 0014 Excel Skills for Business: Intermediate II Online Training (OLT)
HOS 0015 Excel Skills for Business: Advanced Online Training (OLT)
CON 0780 Using ERP and Excel to Analyze Labor Online Training (OLT)
Additional Credential Information
Expiration 5 years from date earned.
Restrictions
Continuous Learning Points
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Deployed Date
ACE Recommended Credits N/A
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