Live Excel Webinars

These are live sessions and contain no pre-recorded content

Excel at Lunch Webinar Series

Enjoy Excel training in bite-sized chunks


Improve your Excel skills during your lunch hour. Learn techniques that can save you time and effort. All sessions are written & presented live by Neale Blackwood. I am a CPA and I have written the Excel Yourself articles for the CPA Australia magazine INTHEBLACK since 2002. My Excel book, Advanced Excel Reporting for Management Accountants, was published in 2014 by Wiley.

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Turn your lunch hour into a CPD* hour

No Hard Sell – Just Excel

Advantages of my webinars

  • Training provided direct to your desktop – watch it during lunch – no travel required
  • Live and interactive – ask questions via a chat box during the session – unanswered questions are handled via email after the session
  • No pre-recorded content – you will see live Excel training – no PowerPoint slides
  • Access to example Excel files and the pdf manual as soon as you register
  • Reminder emails are sent one week; one day and one hour before each session
  • Sessions are recorded and a link supplied – you can review, pause, replay and download at your leisure
  • A listing of your attendance at live sessions is sent to you annually (in late January) for CPD* purposes
  • The next free session is in February 2020.

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Sessions are priced at $25 each (incl GST).

You can purchase access to recordings of past paid webinars  Рclick here for more details.

Day/DateName / TopicsPriceLinks
Thu 13-02-20FREE - Excel Budget ChallengeFreeRegister
Tue 18-02-20Advanced Budgeting Techniques$25Register
Thu 20-02-20Excel Budget Template$25Register
Tue 25-02-20Three Statement Budget$25Register
Wed 26-02-20Budget and Power Query$25Register

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*Continuing Professional Development