In this course, you will examine the basic database concepts, and create and modify databases and their various objects using the Microsoft® Office Access™ 2010 relational database application.
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Gary Brown is an author, autodidact, technologist, and public speaker with over 17 years experience in technology consulting and finance. He has a MBA in Global Business Management and a BS in Financial Management and is the founder of Brown, Jones, & Associates, a consulting firm that helps small businesses turn data into informed business decisions.
Brown began his training career helping peers create business models and databases and found a true passion for teaching. He has taken that passion for sharing knowledge along with practical work experience and creates a dynamic teaching environment for all those seeking knowledge.
This course is intended for individuals who are new to the Microsoft Access 2010 environment but have working knowledge with the following: Operating System(s): Windows XP or Windows 7
Access 2010: The Missing Manual by Matthew MacDonald; ISBN: 1449382371
Target Audience: This course is designed for students who wish to learn the basic operations of the Microsoft Access database application to perform their day-to-day responsibilities, and to understand the advantages that using a relational database application can bring to their business processes. The introduction course is for the individual whose job responsibilities include designing and creating new databases, tables, and relationships; creating and maintaining records; locating records; and producing reports based on the information in the database. Individuals who want to pursue certification in Microsoft Office Access 2010 can also take this course.
Learning Outcomes: Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:
Teaching Methodology and Assessment:
Methodology: Lecture, group discussions, power point presentations, real life experiences, and case studies.
Assessments: Discussion, Q and A, Practical Exercises, and Verbal Pop quizzes
Criteria for Successful Completion: At a minimum, for a Clayton State University Continuing Education Certificate and CEUs: 80% attendance, active participation and a completed evaluation for the course.
Amount of contact time (in hours) needed to effectively teach this course:1 day(s) or 6 hours
Number of CEUs to be offered: 0.6