Microsoft Access Training Courses

Instructor-led Classroom and Virtual Classroom Training

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Microsoft Access instructor-led training courses are offered in downtown Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Access courses are available at the introduction, intermediate and advanced levels for 2010, 2013, 2016, 2019 and 365. Attend a public course at our Toronto location or arrange a custom course at your site or ours as instructor-led classroom (ILC) or, for remote users, as instructor-led virtual classroom (ILVC) courses. Learn keyboard shortcuts, quick tips and tricks while learning to create and edit tables, forms, queries and reports. In the Intermediate / advanced course, students will learn to create advanced forms, reports and queries and will create calculations using functions such as IF and various other functions in Microsoft Access. Students will also learn to create summaries in both queries and reports. More experienced users can get started automating Access using macros using the Macro Designer or VBA (Visual Basic for Applications).

UPCOMING ACCESS COURSES

As our clients and colleagues continue to practice physical distancing in response to COVID-19, we are offering several of our public courses in virtual classroom format with a live instructor. Attend a public course online or arrange a custom course. Courses may be delivered as instructor-led classroom (ILC) or as instructor-led virtual classroom (ILVC) courses. Contact us at info@avantixlearning.ca to discuss any of our custom training options.

Microsoft Access: Introduction | December 15, 2020 (Virtual classroom)

Microsoft Access: Designing and Automating Forms | January 28, 2021 (Virtual classroom)

Microsoft Access: Designing Queries and Reports | January 29, 2021 (Virtual classroom)

Microsoft Access: Formulas and Functions | February 5, 2021 (Virtual classroom)

Microsoft Access: Introduction to Macros and the Macro Designer | February 12, 2021 (Virtual classroom)

Microsoft Access: Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) Macros | Introduction | March 30/31, 2021 (Virtual classroom)

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Microsoft Access Learning Path

Level 1 training courses.
Just getting started with Microsoft Access? Novice users can start with our Microsoft Access: Introduction course.
Level 2 training courses.
Learn to work with more advanced forms and reports as well as create calculations in our Microsoft Access:  Intermediate / Advanced course.
Level 3 training courses.
If you’d like to learn more about the different categories of functions in Access, check out our Microsoft Access: Formulas and Functions course.

Need to upgrade? You may be interested in Microsoft Access: Upgrading to Access 2013 or the Microsoft Access: Upgrading to Access 2016 course.

Level 4 training courses at Avantix Learning.
We offer courses at this level for users who want to start creating macros to automate Microsoft Access. Courses at this level include Microsoft Access: Introduction to Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) Macros and Microsoft Access: Introduction to Macros and the Macro Designer for those who want to automate Access without using VBA.
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Upcoming Training
Course
Microsoft Access training courses at introduction, intermediate and advanced levels for 2010, 2013, 2016, 2019 and 365 (Online or in Toronto)
Location
Avantix Learning, 1 Yonge Street, Suite 1800 (Toronto Star Building),Toronto, Ontario, Canada,
Next course starts
December 15, 2020
Next course ends
December 15, 2020

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