Introduction to Access

Introduction to Access Course Objectives:

At the end of our Introduction to Access course participants will have an overview of Access databases and be familiar with table creation, form, reports and queries. You will be shown how to create a database from the start and how a database should be designed.

We will travel onsite anywhere in Ireland

Inspire IT has delivered training in Dublin, Cork, Limerick, Galway, Waterford, Kilkenny, Sligo, Galway, Donegal, Tipperary, Athlone, Dundalk, Kerry and Wexford. We have delivered training to clients all over Ireland. Our clients range from multinationals, government bodies and SME’s. We will customise any training course to suit your specific requirements.

Quality Training – Practical Benefits

Typically our courses are delivered in one day to groups of up to 10 delegates at your location. This keeps your costs down and allows your staff to learn in a familiar environment. If you don’t have your own training facility then we can deliver training at a location to suit you, which you can arrange yourself or we can do that for you.

See below for course outline.

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Introduction to Access Training CourseCourse Outline

  • Introduction to Access
  • Introduction to Ribbon User Interface
  • Overview of Databases
  • Creating a database
  • Saving a database

Using Tables in a Database

  • Creating a table
  • Entering data
  • Using the Primary key
  • Saving a table
  • Printing a table
  • Sorting data

Queries in a Database

  • Creating a query
  • Using specific criteria in a query
  • Saving a query


  • Creating Forms
  • Using the Form Wizard
  • Modifying a Form in design view
  • Saving a form


  • Creating Reports in Access
  • Using the Wizard to create reports
  • Modifying the design of the report
  • Creating reports using specific criteria
  • Saving reports

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