If you want to gain the confidence, skills and knowledge to use computers, then getting an ECDL qualification could be right for you. Not only will you get familiar with a whole range of common IT software packages, but the ECDL is also an internationally recognised qualification.
Once you’ve done all your learning, you’ll need to purchase the assessments from an approved ECDL test centre to gain the qualification.
Who is the course for?
ECDL is perfect for anyone who wants to brush up on their computer skills. This course, Databases, is ideal for beginners and those who feel unsure about how to use Access, or what it can do for them.
What will you get from this course?
This Database Software tutorial takes you through tasks in Access 2010 as per Module 5 of the ECDL syllabus.
You can start your course straight away and access it at any time, providing you have access to a computer with an internet connection. The course is available for six months from the date you first access it.
This course aims to ease you into the world of IT with clear, easy-to-follow explanations and a helpful glossary of the key terms you’ll need.
Throughout the course, real-life scenarios, examples and interactive activities make learning relevant and enjoyable. Each module includes exercises to help consolidate your learning and check that you’re ready to move on.
- Introducing Access 2010
- Creating and Opening Databases
- Working with Tables
- Working with Forms
- Retrieving Information
- Reports, Printing & Exporting
Learning Type: Online
Duration: 8 Hours
Any Certification Exam: No
Who Should Take This:
- All Audiences