Introduction to MS (Access)

What is special about this course?

The Microsoft Access course has been specifically designed to provide you with the knowledge and techniques needed for the successful creation and manipulation of an Access Database. We will demonstrate the features as you work through the unit step-by-step.

 

The course is delivered through the Microsoft Academy and on successful completion an official certificate from Microsoft will be awarded.

You will be introduced to key aspects of using Access databases, including:

  • Using the Menus & Toolbars
  • Database Principles
  • Database Window
  • Moving within a Table
  • Changing Table Layout
  • Using Find
  • Creating a Database
  • Sorting & Filtering Data
  • Creating & Using Forms
  • Querying & Searching
  • Creating & Using Reports

How will I study my course?

  • Evening
  • Face-to-face

How long will my course last?


5 Weeks

Where can I study my course?

    • Inverness Campus

Start date

Commencing 26 April 2017

Fees

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Funding

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Apply for Introduction to MS (Access)

To apply for this course, download the application form and return to the Admissions Team.
If you have any questions please contact 01463 273480

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