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Comparing Reference Column to Actual Column (text)

I am trying to track training status of employees, and identify which training each employee should take next, based on required/recommended courses and historical information. Following are some relevent tables. These tables can be changed to facilitate the analysis. Any help would be appreciated.

 

Required/Recommended Training by Role

RoleRequiredRequiredRequiredRecommendedRecommendedRecommendedRecommended
DeveloperCourse ACourse BCourse FCourse GCourse H  
BACourse BCourse CCourse ECourse ICourse JCourse KCourse L
TesterCourse ACourse BCourse FCourse GCourse H  
ManagerCourse B Course CCourse DCourse M   

 

Historical Training

Course IDCourseStart DateEnd DateName
1Course 14/1/20224/15/2022John
2Course 14/1/20224/15/2022Jane
3Course 24/16/20224/30/2022Sarah
4Course 24/16/20224/30/2022Tom

 

Employee Role

NameRole

John

Developer
JaneBA
SarahTester
TomManager
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Super User

Unpivot "Required/Recommended Training by Role" to create a table with

Role and Course because tabulare tables are much easier to work with. 😀

 

Data clean the Course ID so the "Historical Training" and "Required/Recommended Training by Role" correspond because you cant not relate Course 1, 2,3 to Course A. B, C

.

 

Build a 1:M relationship from Employee Role[Name] to "Historical Training".

 

Build a 1:M relationship from Employee Role[Role] to "Required/Recommended Training by Role".

 

I think you will be able to do the rest, but ask if you need more help. 

 

I helped you so now please help me.

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