C10003 EXCEL for collision investigators


Excel is an incredibly useful spreadsheet program which can be utilised by collision investigators in every case where calculations are involved.  It doesn’t take long to create a few spreadsheets to cover most collision investigation scenarios.  What’s more in its simplest form Excel is quite easy to use.

This short course is not in any way intended to be a comprehensive guide to using Excel, rather it should give you the bare bones of how to make Excel do sums for you.  With a little bit of 'Googling' to fill in the bits we miss out, you will find that you can solve most collision investigation problems using Excel.

There is no charge for this course.

What you will study

The basic use of Excel, navigation, formulae and graphs. This course is not intended for people who already use Excel.

Entry requirements

This course assumes that you have studied or are studying for the UCPD or above.

Pre-course study


Study method

Online course.

What you will need

You will need a computer running Microsoft Excel and internet access.

Teaching and assessment

The course is on demand and unsupported. Study in your own time.

Whats the qualification


How to register

This course is untutored and available on demand.  Please note you do not have to contact us to take part.  If you don't have one, create an account on our VLE and join the course from there.  Some notes to help you through the registration process are available here.  If you already have an account, use your existing logn detail to enrol.

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The course at a glance

Code: C10003
Credits: None
Level: 4
Duration: One week
Type: Distance learning
Assessment: None


AiTS have been training collision investigators in the UK and overseas since 1996. We are also the UK's main provider of Roads Policing, Prohibitions and Tachograph training in the UK and Ireland.

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