Introduction to Database Design
Duration 0.5 days
Training Points 1.0
Team Professional Development
Learning Outcomes:
Participants will be exploring the nature of information storage and retrieval systems. 

Tools covered will include:

  • Introducing participants to the concepts behind database design
  • Exploring the structure of a database and its components
  • Enabling participants to understand the database they are using
  • Preparing participants to modify existing databases and to design new databases.

Who Should Attend:
Participant who are already, or who will be using a database and want to learn about how they work. Staff who will be making amendments to existing databases or designing new databases from square one.

Tutor input and group work. Please note participants will NOT be using a computer on this course.
Pre-Requisites Class manuals are for REFERENCE ONLY and must not be removed or defaced.  If you wish to download or print the manual please follow the link

Please print off the handout and bring it to the workshop when you attend

If you are not already familiar with these policies, you are strongly advised to read them:
Click here to view the University Data Handling Policy
Click here to view the University Data Protection Policy

If you have any questions about the content of these policies then please contact or see for more information.

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