Learn how to manage your data and create detailed reports simply and easily.
This highly popular short course is ideal for anyone in an Access database developer's/administrator's role, or where Access is a component of a diverse data management solution.
The Microsoft Access Database Access short course is for everyone who uses data and would like to quickly create reports without the need for programming knowledge.
The short course is tutored by a professional academic at the University and provides a great introduction to programming with Access.
This practical short course takes the form of a series of evening classes taking place once a week in our Central London location.
Starting from the fundamentals of how to design and build databases in Microsoft Access, the Microsoft Access Database short course is a fully hands-on evening class that moves swiftly to cover tables, relationships, forms, queries, reports and macros.
The short course ends with an introduction to modules and Access programming.
Working knowledge of Excel is an advantage.
You must be proficient in written and spoken English.
Informal assessment will take place through group discussion, class room activities, and questions and answers sessions as guided by your tutor.
George K. Lekeas
George K. Lekeas is a visiting lecturer with the Department of Computer Science in the School of Mathematics, Computer Science & Engineering and research collaborator with the University of Athens. He is also working as a Systems Administrator with University College London, where part of his duties includes administration of Office365 solutions, including SharePoint.
He holds a PhD in Computing and conducts research in the area of Multi-Agent Systems and Web Services.
He has taught extensively at all levels courses in software development methods, programming and software engineering in general (C#, C, C++, Unix, Systems Administration, PHP, Perl, Java, Oracle, MySQL, XML, CMS, Web Services) and other computing areas. He also works as a freelance Unix and Web Scripting Languages consultant.