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A practical introduction to databases using MySQL

Learn the major features of MySQL - a modern open-source and industry-
standard database used both for general database applications as well as powering many modern dynamic websites.

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Date: 4 Aug 14 - 5 Aug 14
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Access: advanced

Learn advanced features of databases: relationships, data validation, advanced form design, subforms, multiple queries, advanced reports, macros and switchboard. Knowledge required: essentials course or equivalent knowledge and experience. See also 'ECDL advanced'.

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Access: analysing data

Use databases but stuck with basic techniques? Expand your range and develop various techniques to manipulate and analyse data in a relational database using Access 2010. Thank you for your interest in this course. We are still working on the outline which we hope to complete before long. Please keep looking on the website as further details are uploaded.

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Date: 6 Aug 14
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Access: creating queries, forms and reports

Learn how to design queries, forms and reports in a relational database. You will set and edit criteria for queries and use the inbuilt wizards to create forms and reports. Thank you for your interest in this course. We are still working on the outline which we hope to complete before long. Please keep looking on the website as further details are uploaded.

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Date: 6 Aug 14
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Access: essentials

Learn the basics of databases: setting them up, creating tables and forms, entering and editing data, using queries, producing reports and relationships. Knowledge required: basic computer literacy and the ability to use a mouse and keyboard.

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Adobe Flash: beginners (for Deaf people)

Learn how to add animation, video and interactivity to web pages. Ideal if you have previous experience of using an Apple Mac.

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Date: 1 May 14 - 24 Jul 14
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Adobe Muse

Get started with Adobe Muse: Software which allows you to create websites for desktop and mobile devices without the need to learn how to code.

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Date: 6 Aug 14
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Android: getting to know your tablet

Learn what the Android Operating System is and how you can use it. You will need to bring your own tablet to class.

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Apple Mac (OSX): stage 1

Discover how a Mac computer works, the common functions and their application. For Apple Mac users with little or no previous experience.

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Apple Mac (OSX): stage 2

Learn more advanced features of OSX. This course follows on from the 'Apple Mac OSX: stage 1' course, and is ideal if you have some previous experience of using an Apple Mac.

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