This two day course is aimed at those wanting to learn powerful techniques and best practice in FileMaker database design. It covers some of the less obvious features of FileMaker and emphases the creative use of relationships to build user-friendly interfaces and the efficient capture, display and output of data. The course draws on many tried and tested procedures used by FileMaker developers to create database systems that are both easy to use and that possess rich functionality when required.
Strong existing FileMaker Pro skills and a good understanding of relationships and scripting. This may be acquired through experience as a database developer or previous attendance on the equivalent Transmedia training course and follow up practice.
A comprehensive set of reference notes covering course topics, follow-up telephone support and, for training on Transmedia premises, lunch and refreshments.
|All our courses run in London and Bristol, or can be tailored to requirements at your own offices. For alternative dates, please email or call us on 0208 269 4260|
|All prices are per person and are subject to VAT|
15% discount for groups of four delegates.
10% discount for groups of three delegates.
(This offer applies for delegates on the same public scheduled course on the same date.)
The knowledge gained on this course is a valuable contribution towards passing the FileMaker Pro Certification Exam (more at tiny.cc/j7y2cz), allowing a successful candidate to become an FileMaker Certified Developer.
"Excellent in all areas. The trainer was fantastic."
University of Glamorgan
"I am writing to say thank you for organising my FileMaker training day; I learned so much with my trainer, Nick, and have come away with such a great database. It delighted both the Director and my job share partner. I feel I have left with a great amount of knowledge that can help the business immensely. I learned more than I thought I would and would like to thank Transmedia for being so helpful!"
"I wish all training courses were run this well!"