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Webinar - The Database Developer Series (Session #2)Date: February 2, 2012Time: 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
The Database Developers Series - Session 2
Thursdays: January 26, February 2, February 9, February 23 & March 1, 2012
9am – 12pm
*You only need to register one time for all five webinar sessions. The $100 fee covers all five sessions. To register visit our January calendar page and click on the first webinar of the series on January 26, 2012.
Presented by: Jacquie Skrzpiec, JacqConnect
Webinar Description: The Database Developers Series: THIS IS A 5-WEEK COURSE, EVERY THURSDAY FOR 5 WEEKS (except the week of 2/16). COMPLETION OF HOMEWORK IS REQUIRED. Non-profits thrive on databases ... funding and services depend on the staff's' ability to obtain information about clients, donors, volunteers, etc. Microsoft Access is relatively easy to learn compared to other database applications, but it does take a lot of time and commitment. After this set of courses, you will be able to set up and use practical databases for your organization. Because each course is based upon the information presented in the previous session, we ask that you take all five in the series.
Target Audience: This series is appropriate for anyone who wants in-depth knowledge of Microsoft Access and/or anyone who needs to either develop a database from scratch or is working with one that needs revision.
Bio: Jacquie Skrzypiec MA is President of JacqConnect, a professional consulting firm dedicated to combining the principles of productivity with the power of creativity to implement effective, practical solutions. The firm’s services include training, database and website development, marketing strategies, branding, and technology management assistance. A Certified Master Microsoft Master Instructor, Skrzypiec has written the curricula for and taught more than 50 classes, from introduction to computers to the database developers series. Before starting JacqConnect in 2011, she was Director of Project Connect for Info Line for 13 years, helping nonprofits use technology to streamline operations, communicate effectively with constituents, and more efficiently fulfill their mission. She serves on the board of the Breast Cancer Fund of Ohio as its Treasurer. Her full profile is available here at LinkedIn.