2010 | 2013 | 2016
1 Day, 9:00-4:00
This thought-provoking course will explain important database terms and concepts that everyone should know in order to properly design a relational database. The emphasis of this course is 1) building the tables, 2) establishing the relationships between the tables and 3) understanding the various considerations when building a relational database. Microsoft Access is the software used for the examples throughout this course; however, the concepts learned can be applied to any relational database application.
This course is designed for students that need to create their own relational database or that are on a team and need to give feedback regarding the design of the database. Students should have a basic understanding of Microsoft Access or another relational database application.
What is a Relational Database?
Steps for Designing a Relational Database
On Your Own
|Public Course at Softek||Private Course at Your Office||Private Course at Softek|
|$350 per student||$1400 flat fee up to 8 students||$1550 flat fee up to 8 students|
|$1600 flat fee up to 12 students||$1750 flat fee up to 12 students|
|$100 per additional student||$100 per additional student|
Private group courses are cost effective when you have a group of students who need the same course. Pricing is based on the maximum number of students anticipated per day per course. Volume discounts of 5% to 20% are available when five or more training days are scheduled. For classes conducted at your office, you are responsible for the classroom setup, including student computers, instructor station, LCD projector, and software installation. For courses conducted at Softek, we take care of classroom setup.