Course Details and Schedule

A first look at using Access for data entry, using a database system that is already set up. You will gain confidence moving around a database and working on simple data. ** Note ** If you need to design or build your own new database or re-structure an existing one, do not attend this course.

See below for course schedule

Key topics
  • Entering, correcting and editing data
  • Fields, records and tables
  • Navigating in forms and tables
  • Running queries and reports
  • Printing results
Course information
Intended audience Those who need to work on data entry in a database system which has already been set up, for adding, editing and reviewing data
Prior knowledge You will need to be familiar with Windows, but no knowledge of Access or databases is expected
Resources A course book will be loaned to you during the session
Software Microsoft Access 2010
Format Presentation with practical exercises
Further information ** Note ** If you need to design your own database, build a new system or re-structure an existing one, do not attend this course. Go instead to the course “Database: Concepts of database design” which leads to the series on building a database.
Where next? Databases: Concepts of database design and Access: Building a database
Taught using:
Windows XP

Course provider: IT Learning Programme


Frequency: Every term. Express an interest in future dates for this course.