- Course info
This Microsoft Access 2019 prepares technical or non-technical professionals to store information for reference, reporting and analysis; how to analyze large amounts of information and uncover meaning in data.
While doing your job, if you deal with data in any form, you owe it to yourself to get trained in Microsoft Access. Understanding the software can help you make better sense of the data you get, write better data pulls, and make you better at your job.
For anyone who manages training for their company, this Microsoft training can be used to onboard new technical or non-technical professionals, curated into individual or team training plans, or as an Access reference resource.
Microsoft Access 2019: What You Need to Know
This Microsoft Access 2019 training covers Access 2019 topics including:
- Identifying important business data and storing it properly
- Recognizing custom Access databases and using them
- Modifying databases to be more useful for your needs
- Managing and importing data from spreadsheet applications
- Processing large amounts of data and displaying it properly
Who Should Take Microsoft Access 2019 Training?
This Microsoft Access 2019 training is considered foundational-level Microsoft training, which means it was designed for technical or non-technical professionals with no experience at all. This Microsoft Access 2019 course is valuable for new or aspiring IT professionals, experienced technical or non-technical professionals looking to validate foundational skills, and non-technical professionals.
Database management systems user training. If you work in a non-IT career field, you might never have imagined that database management training would be important. But knowing how to recognize, store and use data is a skill that more and more professionals need to know. If your organization uses Microsoft Access, you'll navigate your data more confidently and do more with it after this training.
New or aspiring IT professionals. If you're just beginning your career, you've got a lot to think about and prepare for. Don't wait til you're on the job to get a handle on storing data, retrieving it, and displaying the meanings that are hidden inside it. Using and navigating databases is a skill and an art form, with this training you'll start your career off right.