UALE Beginner’s Course Pre-Registration

Pre-Registration for the Ultimate Access for Law Enforcement Beginner’s class is now open.  In a few short months, the class will be made available and filling out this form will allow me to reach out to you and let you know that it is ready.  As a little bonus, I will be sending out 2 free videos once they are completed.

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I look forward to getting this course out there to all of those that can’t make it to live classes.  I know how that is 🙂

Link to pre-register for UALE Beginner’s Course

Free First Video

I will have my first online Access course video up soon.  Once it is posted, I will share this with everyone!  Get ready!  Get excited!  Online Access training for law enforcement will be here soon!

Stay notified with my LinkedIn page.

Or sign up for my Slack group.

Share your wisdom, tips and tricks, and/or crime analysis work with the growing Slack community and stay tuned for the Ultimate Access for Law Enforcement online training course.

The Process

I continue to piece it together: tables, queries, forms, reports and all the things in between.  I have been searching through old questions and emails and classes to figure out some of the best things to throw into this online Access class I am creating.  If anyone reading this has anything they would like to add about what they wish to learn, please feel free to let me know.

I struggled to find the right tutorials several years ago when I was learning Microsoft Access for myself.  Now, I want to give back to my peers and my community and structure this to meet the needs of this great community.  I am still a short few months away from releasing the class but be on the lookout for the ability to sign up soon.

Thank you all for your support and I look forward to our journey together.

-Nick

The Journey Begins

Thanks for joining me!  I couldn’t agree more with the following quote.  You are in good company.  You are not in alone.  I started using Access years ago.  I knew it was something that was more than useful working within the police department I was at.  I struggled to find anything that had applied Microsoft Access to the law enforcement field.  I knew I needed to track data better and be capable of querying what was held within.

I know it can be an intimidating program but that is what we will cut through here.  No more fear.  We will conquer Access together and you will get to pull the data that you need efficiently and effectively.

Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter. — Izaak Walton

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