Microsoft Access Training

Microsoft Access Training Essentials – Database

Our Microsoft Access Training courses are designed to take you through the stages of building a database. Starting with the Essentials course and moving up to Advanced. If you have been using Microsoft Access for a while, you might start with the Fast Track course.

Who should attend?

Anyone who has never used Access before (or any other database package).

Requirements

Delegates must be confident in using Windows and a mouse and at least one other Windows package (for example Word or Excel).

Aim

By the end of the course, you will be confident in using the essential features of Access to create and alter simple relational databases.

What you will learn

In particular you will be able to:

  • Understand what a database is for and when you need one
  • Find and amend information
  • Extract specific information from your database. For example, show only the organisations with more than 1000 employees
  • Understand when you need more than one table in your database and create tables that link together
  • Create a list of choices to choose from when keying in information
  • Create a user friendly form to use for keying information in across different tables
  • Create reports for the information you extract to provide professional looking output

Course Outline

Microsoft Access Training Essentials - Database

Click here to download the course outline

To find out more call us on 0208 2031774.

Access Intermediate Training Courses

Who should attend?

Anyone who has used Access before to create and alter simple queries and reports.

Requirements

Delegates must be confident in using Windows and a mouse and at least one other Windows package (for example Word or Excel). You must also have some working experience of Access. For example, creating simple queries and reports (see our Access Introduction, Easy Start, Essentials or Essentials Fast Track outlines).

Aim

By the end of the course, you will be confident in using Access to create more advanced queries and reports. For example, creating calculations and statistical information and improving the layout of your reports.

What you will learn

In particular you will be able to:

  • Create queries that prompt you for specific information. For example, set one up to ask ‘Which department do you want to see?’
  • Create queries that group information together and then count the number in that group
  • Add up numerical information and create statistical analysis of this
  • Import information from an Excel spreadsheet into a table
  • Create queries to delete, update and add information in a table
  • Create a report with calculations
  • Improve the layout of your reports. For example, changing and adding standard text, aligning and formatting information
  • Create a report with a running total. For example, show how much you have spent on training after each course attended is added

Course Outline

Access Intermediate Training Courses

Click here to download the course outline

To find out more call us on 0208 2031774.

Microsoft Access Training Advanced

Who should attend?

Anyone who has used Access before to create a simple one to many relational database. (This course does not cover programming.)

Requirements

Delegates must be confident in using Access to at least our essentials level. For example, creating tables, creating a one to many relationship, creating queries, reports and forms that view information across more than one table (see our Access Essentials outline).

Aim

By the end of the course, you will be confident in creating a more user friendly and automated database.

What you will learn

In particular you will be able to:

  • Create a many to many relationship
  • Create a user friendly form based on a many to many relationship
  • Create a list of choices for keying and viewing information
  • Create a form with tabs on to view lots of information easily
  • Use features like command buttons and macros to automate your forms
  • Create automated forms to run reports and queries
  • Create a menu system for your database to make it more user friendly

Course Outline

Microsoft Access Training Advanced

Click here to download the course outline

To find out more call us on 0208 2031774.

Access Fast Track – Database

Who should attend?

Anyone who is a self-taught Access user at a basic level.

Requirements

Delegates must be confident in using Windows and a mouse and at least one other Windows package (for example Word or Excel). You must also have some working experience of Access. For example, creating a simple table, have an understanding of what a relational database is, creating and designing a form based on one table and creating simple queries.

Aim

By the end of the course, you will be confident in using the essential features of Access to create and alter simple relational databases.

What you will learn

In particular you will be able to:

  • Understand what a database is for and when you need one
  • Extract specific information from your database. For example, show only the organisations with more than 1000 employees
  • Understand when you need more than one table in your database
  • Create tables that link together
  • Create a user friendly form to use for keying information in across different tables
  • Create reports for the information you extract to provide professional looking output

Course Outline

Access Fast Track - Database

Click here to download the course outline

To find out more call us on 0208 2031774.

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