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Old May 27th, 2010, 10:10 PM posted to microsoft.public.access.tablesdbdesign
Dorian
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Default Employee Training Help

It sounds like both Employee and Training are one to many with Completed
Training
However since you might want to tracj scheduled training (not yet complete)
you might want to rename the third table and have an date for completion
which can be set or unset.
-- Dorian
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"Lkay107" wrote:

Hey Y'all,

I am creating an employee training database where I can run reports and
queries about who has taken what type of course.

What kind of relationship should be created between the tables? Based on the
some of the discussions I have seen here, I have created three tables:

1: tblemployee (with employee id set as primary key)
2: tbltraining (with trainingid set as primary key).This table has no
employee information
3: tlbcompletedtraining (in this table I have employee ids with the id's of
the training courses that they have completed)

I am unsure of what kind what kind of relationships to create between the
three tables.

Any help out there would be greatly appreciated....

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