If you need to build, plan or revise a database, this is the course. Starting with a design from the course Databases: Concepts of database design, you will use Access to create tables with fields and a range of useful properties, learn about relationships between tables, create and manage them.
|Intended audience||Those who need to design and build a new database from scratch, or to revise an existing database|
|Prior knowledge||This course assumes you have already planned the design of your database, as shown in Databases: Concepts of database design. Watch these videos to prepare for this course (requires an Oxford University account with Lynda.com).|
|Resources||A course book must be purchased when you attend the course (included in the Cost below)|
|Software||Microsoft Access 2013|
|Format||Presentation with practical exercises|
|Further information||Note: This course replaces Access: Database structure|
|Where next?||Databases: User-friendly databases using Access|
|2nd week||Wednesday 4 May||09:15-12:15||1||9.00||IT Services, 13 Banbury Road||places available|
|5th week||Monday 23 May||09:15-12:15||1||9.00||IT Services, 13 Banbury Road||places available|
|10th week||Wednesday 29 June||09:15-12:15||1||9.00||IT Services, 13 Banbury Road||Booking opens May 30th 2016||Email me when booking opens|
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