Course Duration for Advanced Access 2016 Training : 3 full days (8:45 am to 5:45 pm)
Singaporeans above 25 years can use their SkillsFuture Credits for this training course. Contact us for more information on how to apply for this SkillsFuture Grant.
Course Duration for Microsoft Access 2010 Training : 3 days
|Training Schedule for Upcoming Workshop in Singapore|
Up to 95% WSQ Funding + Absentee Payroll is available for Singaporeans & PRs .
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Certification: Upon completion, you will attain the internationally recognized ICDL Certificate in Mastering Access 2010.
Course Objectives: This training is a high-level certification program which will bring your Access 2010 skills to an Expert Level. Upon completion, you will master the more advanced functions of Access, and be able to produce more sophisticated reports, perform complex mathematical calculations, saving time & improving productivity.
Course Duration: 3 Full Days
Advanced Access 2016 Certification: Course Outline
|Module 1: Database Concepts
Module 2: Tables and Relationships
Module 3: Queries
Module 4: Forms
Module 5: Reports
Module 6: Enhancing Productivity
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Our Participants says:
Training is enthusiastic & helpful. It does provide some improvement in manipulating material data & makes the job more efficient and thus saving more time for other work.
The training content is arranged logically. Sessions are very useful to extract data and generate reports from raw data. Small class allows more effective interaction with the trainer. – Fong Kee
Working on examples along the way helps in understanding the lessons. – Anna
Trainer was very helpful & Patient to teach different functions & usage of Advanced Access. The exercises were relevant to the topic & useful. – Ai Koon