Course Name: ECDL Advanced Databases Awarding Body: British Computer Society
Course Description Anybody who works with databases on a regular basis already knows just how useful they can be for managing and analysing large quantities of information. Thanks to database applications we can structure and manage large amounts of data and manipulate it to extract valuable information. But did you know that most database applications have advanced features that allow one to carry out more complex functions that can further enhance the quality of one's work and save time – if one has the skills to use them!
As a certified ECDL / ICDL Advanced Database Candidate, one can:
ExaminationThe exam must be taken in the Unit with an invigilator present. You are allowed up to one hour to complete the exam. Exams are sent to BCS for marking and results are emailed usually within two to three weeks. Certificates are sent to the Unit. There is a re-sit charge of £50 per exam.
Guided Learning Hours 25-30 guided learning hours is recommended for this course. We also offer taught sessions for this module - please refer to the timetable.
Entry Requirements You must possess level 2 skills, preferably at ECDL or Clait Plus level to enrol on this course.
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Database Syllabus AM5 v2 (adobe .pdf, 214 kbs)
This is the Version 2 syllabus