Then you can write query
tell you what emplee has not done a skill from the skill table
hope this help
See clear as mud
the aim is store once, not store multiple times
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This is what I have (see the screenshot). This is where I ran into a problem and didn't expect it to happen.
If I add a training for employee1 and (employee1's skill sets have been defined).
When Employee 1 completes the training and check will be made for that training and employee. However, the query is locked and it will not allow me to check.(screen shot2).