This module allows candidates to understand the concept of a database and demonstrate competence in using a database.
The Syllabus sets out the specific knowledge and skills that make up this module, as informed by input from subject matter experts from a wide range of computer societies and organisations.
On completion of this module the candidate will be able to:
- Understand what a database is and how it is organised.
- Create a simple database and view the database content in various modes.
- Create a table, define and modify fields, and create relationships between tables. Enter and edit data in a table.
- Use filters and queries to retrieve specific information from a database.
- Create a form to enter, modify, and delete records and data in records.
- Create routine reports and prepare outputs ready for print or electronic distribution.
What are the benefits of this module?
- Covers the key skills needed to organise and operate a database.
- Can be applied to a range of database software from vendor packages to ‘freeware’.
- Certifies best practice in effective database software use.
- Developed with input from computer users, subject matter experts, and practising computer professionals from all over the world. This process ensures the relevance and range of module content.
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ECDL Foundation provides sample tests to enable potential candidates and employers to understand Using Databases in more depth and prepare for testing.
- Download the Using Databases - Syllabus - V6.0 - Sample Tests - Office 2013 - V1 - 0.zip
- Download the Using Databases - Syllabus - V6.0 - Sample Tests - Office 2016 - V1 - 0.zip
- Download the Using Databases Sample Test - Syllabus V5.0 - Office 2013 (.zip)
- Download the Using Databases Sample Test - Syllabus V5.0 Office 2010 (.zip)
- Download the Using Databases Sample Test - Syllabus V5.0 - OpenOffice 4.1 (.zip)
Please note: Answers are provided for the multiple choice questions of the sample papers, please refer to ECDL training materials for information on practical tasks.