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Microsoft Access

Microsoft Access

Microsoft Access. Create databases fast without being a developer.

25% off Information Technology Courses

From 3 September – 31 December inclusive, receive 25% off selected Information Technology courses including Adobe, Microsoft (excluding Excel), Web Development, Computer Basics, MYOB and Xero. The discount will apply automatically on checkout.

*Enrolments made as part of this offer are non-refundable. This discount cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer.


Master one of the world’s leading relational database software. Learn how to build sophisticated database applications to track, report and share information, and sort, filter and group data in a way that makes sense for your organisation. Advanced features range from data validation, system security and performance optimisation to SQL commands and Visual Basic coding to produce highly customised solutions. Learn Microsoft Access the smart way with Microsoft Access courses at CCE, the University of Sydney.

Microsoft Access Course: Level 1

Microsoft Access. Create databases fast without being a developer. Learn Microsoft Access the smart way with Microsoft Access courses at CCE, the University of Sydney. Aims This Microsoft Access training course will provide you with the skills and knowledge sufficient to be able to create database systems, enter, edit and delete data in database files, produce information in forms and reports and generate queries on the data. Outcomes By the end of this course, you should be able... [More]
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Microsoft Access Course: Level 2

Microsoft Access. Create databases fast without being a developer. Learn Microsoft Access the smart way with Microsoft Access courses at CCE, the University of Sydney. This Microsoft Access training course builds on the introductory skills and knowledge covered in Microsoft Access: Level 1. You will learn how to ensure that data is entered correctly, how to create more sophisticated and complex queries, and be introduced to some basic automation techniques involving macros.... [More]
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