Microsoft Access 2010
Short Description: This course covers basic, intermediate, and advanced features of Microsoft Access 2010 software . Access 2010 is a database application, design, and deployment tool that users use to keep track of important information. Users of this software can keep data on their computer, or they can publish it to the Web, so that other users may access the database with a web browser. Access databases can help the user store and track just about any kind of information, such as inventory, contacts, or business processes.
Certification: The typical candidate for the exam works as a user support professional, trainer, teacher, professor, database user, or database creator who needs to create or maintain a basic Access database. Users can create, modify, and extend functionality of basic database objects, including tables, queries, forms, and reports. Users can also construct and modify basic relationships among database entities and can instruct others in basic Access functionality and usage. The Access 2010 user typically is effective in creating, modifying, and personalizing objects. This candidate is capable of working independently on database projects, and can often answer questions from others about databases. Candidates should know and demonstrate how to create or modify a simple Access database and use templates to create basic objects.