Microsoft Access Training

Microsoft Access Training in Peterborough, Cambridgeshire and UK-wide Microsoft Access onsite training.

Microsoft Access Training
We offer three Microsoft Access training courses, suitable for beginners, experienced users and developers. Access is one of the regular scheduled computer training courses, held at our Peterborough training centre, and we can also organise in-house Access training anywhere in the UK.

Microsoft Access Introduction

Our Introduction to Access course assumes no prior knowledge of the program and gives a thorough grounding in how Access works and the function of each of its key environments.

Microsoft Access Intermediate

Our Access Intermediate course is suitable for those with prior experience and covers: ‐ database relationships; ‐ working with tables; ‐ working with queries; ‐ working with forms; and ‐ working with reports.

Microsoft Access Advanced

Our Advanced Access course includes such topics as the creation of interactive forms, replication, security and the creation of macros.

Microsoft Access VBA Training

Our Access programming course concentrates on the creation of modules. It shows users how to use Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) to control and manipulate the objects and data in their database solutions.

About Microsoft Access

Microsft Access is one of the key components of MS Office and is a powerful relational database application. It allows developers to produce sophisticated database management solutions.

On-site Microsoft Access Training

We can offer you customised on-site training on Access at just £495 plus VAT, per day, for up to 10 users. For Access Programming, the charge is £650, plus VAT. This applies wherever you are in the UK: West Midlands, Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Tyne And Wear, Cumbria, West Midlands, Nottinghamshire, Cambridgeshire, Avon, Somerset, North Yorkshire, Hertfordshire, Norfolk, Lancashire, Surrey, Greater London, West Yorkshire, Hampshire, Humberside, Cleveland, Cornwall, Shropshire, Somerset, Bedfordshire, Berkshire, Greater Manchester, Merseyside, Norfolk