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Power Pivot and Power BI Training Class Schedule

Upcoming Two-Day Classes in DC, Seattle (Consecutive with MDIS), Philly, and Indy – Plus a 1-Day Precon at PASS BA in San Jose

A bit more organized this year…

(Today’s post is short and direct, with another “real” post coming on Thursday about Power BI.)

We’re going to be announcing our class schedule a bit further in advance this year, and today we’re excited to share that we have dates scheduled through May Smile

Washington DC, March 8-9

The full two-day Power Pivot and Power BI format, taught by me.  Held at the Microsoft offices in Chevy Chase.  More Info and registration here.

Seattle, March 24-25

Scheduled for the two days immediately following the Microsoft Data Insights Summit!  Combine the two – just plan on staying an extra two days, maybe even stay through the weekend and see Seattle.

This is also the full two-day Power Pivot and Power BI format, taught by me (Rob). We’ll have 1-2 members of the PowerPivotPro team on-hand to help out too.

Held on Microsoft Main Campus in Redmond, you’ll get to meet members of the Excel and Power BI engineering teams!  Psyched about this.

More Info and registration here.

Philadelphia, April 19-20

The full two-day Power Pivot and Power BI format, taught by me (Rob).  Held at the Microsoft offices in Malvern.  More Info and registration here.

San Jose, May 2nd

This is a special one-day preconference session, taught by Rob and Avi.  Register here.

Indianapolis, May 9-10

The full two-day Power Pivot and Power BI format, taught by Rob.  Held at our local training facility.  More Info and registration here.

Rob Collie

One of the original engineering leaders behind Power BI and Power Pivot during his 14-year career at Microsoft, Rob Collie founded a consulting company in 2013 that is 100% devoted to “the new way forward” made possible by Power BI and its related technologies. Since 2013, PowerPivotPro has rapidly grown to become the leading firm in the industry, pioneering an agile, results-first methodology never before seen in the Business Intelligence space. A sought-after public speaker and author of the #1-selling Power BI book, Rob and his team would like to help you revolutionize your business and your career.

This Post Has 2 Comments
  1. If I may, I’d like to chime in and state that these courses are well worth the time, effort and expense. I paid my own way to attend the two-day classes last year in Cleveland and left with a much better understanding and left energized and excited about continuing my Power BI journey.

  2. Hi Rob,

    I’m thinking about signing up for the class up in Redmond following the Data Insights Summit but after looking at the pdf brochure, it seems the course may be more ‘introductory” in nature. Is that fair?

    I’ve already completed your online video training so i’m already “familiar” with the topics on the brochure, but i’m looking to develop a deeper understanding of the concepts as it applies to my specific data sets. What I’m afraid of is signing up for the course, and reviewing everything i already am comfortable with instead of refining what i need to get better at. Make sense?

    Of course everyone learns at different speeds, so it may help to include that I’m using PowerPivot in both Excel 13 with a sharepoint site for PowerView sheets and up to speed on PowerBI as well. I’m just not able to get past the simple measures right now (SUM, and CALCULATE with single filters). I purchased your book “PowerPivot and PowerBI” already too via indiegogo.

    Would this training be good for someone like me? I’d like to take advantage of being at the “Mother ship”, but need to be able to justify the cost.

    Thanks,

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