Train Signal Releases Microsoft Access 2010 Training

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New Microsoft Access 2010 Training is Designed Specifically with Corporate End Users in Mind

When creating this course I put a lot of emphasis on showing students how to use expressions and functions, because I always found that to be the most frustrating thing to figure out when I was first learning Access

Train Signal, the global leader in professional computer training, just announced the release of the company’s new Access 2010 training. The course is the first in their new line of training for Microsoft Office 2010 suite of programs.

Access 2010 is markedly different from previous versions; it includes several new features as well as important changes when compared to its predecessors. Train Signal’s Access 2010 training is also significantly different from other computer based training options on the topic.

While most Access 2010 training that you find is very comprehensive, covering how to design and build a new database, Train Signal’s Access 2010 training focuses specifically on the corporate end users who are working with existing databases and need to know now to enter in data, retrieve data and analyze it. What sets this course apart from other Access 2010 training is the narrow focus of the course; other courses tend to be very broad and general intended for a wide audience which in turn makes learning tedious and time consuming. Train Signal’s Access 2010 training on the other hand is designed for office workers, who need to know how to query, retrieve and analyze data using queries and reports and that’s what the training covers. Heather Ackmann, the instructor for the course, also puts much emphasis on building your own custom expressions, using the many built-in functions and other useful features of Access 2010.

“When creating this course I put a lot of emphasis on showing students how to use expressions and functions, because I always found that to be the most frustrating thing to figure out when I was first learning Access,” says Heather Ackmann, Train Signal’s Microsoft Access training instructor. “I would find many help articles online on how to use a particular function, but they always seemed to be written for someone just above my level; I try to avoid that by taking a very step by step approach in teaching this section.”

Priced at $97, Access 2010 training comes on 2 DVDs with additional multiple file formats, such as iPod video, Mp3 audio, .WMV and high quality .AVI along with 24 hour online access for students’ convenience.

Featuring almost 12 hours of instructor led training the course covers:

  •     Creating PivotTables and PivotCharts
  •     Finding data using Criteria, Operators and Wildcards
  •     Creating and Formatting Forms and Reports
  •     Creating Flexible (Parameter) Queries
  •     Creating Calculated Expressions

About Train Signal: Founded in 2002, Train Signal provides computer-based "Total Experience" training that gives individuals the tools and confidence to tackle real-world challenges, pass their certification exam and succeed in today’s competitive global IT market.

Train Signal offers a wide range of computer training packages covering Microsoft, Cisco, CompTIA, VMware, and Microsoft Office. In addition to its Windows Server 2008, Exchange Server 2010, and SQL Server 2008 courses, Train Signal offers training for over forty-eight different courses including: VMware vSphere, Cisco CCNA, Windows 7, and more.

A privately-held company, Train Signal is based in Schaumburg, IL. For more information about Train Signal, please visit http://www.trainsignal.com.

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