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Course Outline for Access Database Design. Training course by Microsoft Master Instructor
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Microsoft Access Logo Database
Design
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One
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Must have Expert Access skills Designing and constructing a third normal form compliant database
Database Design Day

Our Database Design Day offering is rather different to any other Smart Method course.

Our regular courses adhere to a very well defined outline to gradually build the knowledge you need to master the relevant skills.

The objective of the design day is to guide you through the process of building a database to address a specific set of business requirements. You should end the day with a well designed normalised database that will satisfy your specific needs.

This is not a substitute for our competent user and expert access courses but a day you can book when you already have enough Access skills to build an application but are struggling with a database design that will cater for identified business requirements.

Because the Database Design day does not follow any rigid course outline you can use the day in many ways. For example you could :-

  • Bring along an existing Access database that has problems and needs to be re-designed or expanded.
  • Bring along a set of business requirements to be implemented in a new Access database.
  • Bring along a prototype or partially completed Access database to be audited for normal form compliance and correct constraints.

Access is a fantastically productive tool and you'll be amazed with what you can achieve in one day under expert guidance.