Microsoft Access 2010: Designing and Creating Your Database Tables
Aligned with day 1 of the Microsoft Access 2010: Comprehensive course, this session offers training for anyone starting to design and create a database using Microsoft Access. As this session only covers one stage of database use, the storage of information in tables, you may find the three-day comprehensive course offering a complete overview of all components of Microsoft Access a better option for your needs than simply booking onto individual day sessions.
With databases commonly used for storing large amounts of textual information it is important to understand how information should be stored to enable you to extract what you require from your database.
This one-day introductory course looks at the fundamental process of creating tables in a Microsoft Access database. Specifically, this course concentrates on the process of creating and working with related tables of information which form the core of any database system.
By the end of this course you will be able to:
- design and create tables and enter data into them
- establish links between tables to construct a relational database
You must be familiar with the Microsoft Office 2010 interface and the use of the mouse and keyboard.
2 x half-day (3 hours) sessions - length of course 6 hours.
£95 for members of staff and students of Cardiff University.
£125 for non-profit making organisations, e.g. other universities, charities, and government bodies, including Cardiff and Vale University Health Board.
£150 for commercial organisations (profit-making) wishing to book anyone onto this course.