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    Employee Training Tracker (2003)

    I have searched on line and read all the (negative response) posts about this subject, but they appear dated - has anyone seen an employee training file (template) lately? Thanks!

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    Re: Employee Training Tracker (2003)

    You can find some small demo databases in this forum, but not a complete employee training tracking application. A Google search turns up several examples, but they are not cheap. Sorry...

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    Re: Employee Training Tracker (2003)

    You may get some ideas/approach from the following. Check out

    Building Microsoft Access Applications, John L. Viescas

    http://www.viescas.com/Info/books.htm#Access

    The applications included in the book and on the CD are Membership Tracking, Inventory Management, Customer Support, and Registration Management.

    Handles Scheduling challenges

    Also see JV downloads

    ClassRoomMgmt_2000.zip
    http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/MS_Acce...ssionals/files/

    Vacation Tracker
    http://www.utteraccess.com/forums/showflat...r=180454&fpart=

    HTH, John

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