Alandale Training Courses: MS Access

Microsoft Access, Access 2010, Access 2013, Access 2016, Access 365 Training Courses

Windows

Microsoft Access is a relational database program that can be used to store, retrieve and analyze information.

 

MS Access is a powerful program that can be used to implement entire applications, such as an accounting system. However, the focus of our courses is to enable an end user to design, implement and maintain a simple database.

 

Introduction to MS Access 2010, MS Access 2013, Access 2016 or Access 365 Course

Prerequisite: Several months experience with the Windows environment.

 

Sample topics include:

  • Getting Started with Access
  • Working with Table Data
  • Querying a Database
  • Creating Advanced Queries
  • Generating Reports
  • Customizing the Access Environment 

MS Access Intermediate Course

Prerequisite: Access Introduction course or over six months using the software on a regular basis. A good knowledge of the Windows environment is also useful.

Sample topics include:

  • Designing a Relational Database
  • Joining Tables
  • Organizing a Database for Efficiency
  • Sharing Data Across Applications
  • Advanced Reporting 

Don't see listed above the Microsoft Access topics you want? We can develop a custom course for you. Contact usto discuss your specific training requirements.

 

Alandale Training offers Microsoft Access Training in Vancouver British Columbia. We offer corporate MS Access classes for all levels. For more information on course delivery options, please see our list of training services.

 

 

All Microsoft and Adobe courses can be customized to your particular version.


What our learners say

Easy to work with, adaptive to change, and tailored his training practice to fit with our requests.

We hired John to perform two Microsoft Access training sessions, via webinar, to our program coordinators across the province. John was easy to work with, adaptive to change, and tailored his training practice to fit with our requests. Great work John!

Camille J. Hannah

Program Communications – Better at Home United Way of the Lower Mainland

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