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Patricia Tonge 
5 months ago
I had looked at various free training online before settling on Computer Learning Zone. I watched some LearnIT and some SimonSez Access training sessions on YouTube. I am so pleased I watched your Beginners 1 in full. Fantastic! It became obvious to me that you not only follow a structure to your training modules (as did the others) but, having worked as an Access designer, you also pass on practical knowledge. It seemed to me that the others were proficient, knew the application, but were trainers first and foremost and did not have the practical knowledge to add value to their training sessions.
I have now worked through the Beginner Course (Lessons 1 ? 9).  As a complete novice I liked the structure of the course. Clear instructions to follow. Explanations as to why we do things one way and not another.  I have various books and tried to use those to learn Access but find watching video an aid to learning so I plan to do more courses till I feel I know enough for my simple needs and keep the books as reference. The downloadable course notes are a helpful reference.  Thank you Richard.
Richard Rost
5 months ago
Yeah I spent many years as an Access Developer before I ever started teaching it and there are just things that you learn from spending many nights pulling your hair out trying to figure out why you can't get a client's database to work right that you just can't learn in a classroom. There's theory and then there's practice and the two don't always meet. For example Denormalizing a database is something that most academics absolutely abhor but I've had to do it to get databases to run fast in the past.

I've always found that it's best to learn something through a tutorial but it's great to have a reference book on the shelf to look something up that you already kind of know how to do. So my job is to teach you how to do stuff and then if you want to be able to look stuff up that's a reference books are for or the good old Google machine.

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