Oracle SQL Training in the North
On site Oracle SQL training. One low fixed price for up to 6 per course.
|OSQ-71||Database Querying with Oracle SQLOracle SQL~the North~2~x~x training outline|
Introduction to SQL training for developers or users who need only to extract (not modify) data from Oracle databases
|OSQ-72||Introduction to SQL for OracleOracle SQL~the North~2~x~x training outline|
Introductory SQL training for those who need to extract data from, and update data in, Oracle databases.
|OSQ-73||A Foundation in SQL for OracleOracle SQL~the North~2~x~x training outline|
Introductory to intermediate level Oracle SQL training for developers or users who need to query and modify data stored in Oracle database servers.
|OSQ-53||SQL for Oracle Skills BoosterOracle SQL~the North~2~x~x training outline|
Practical skills booster Oracle SQL training for existing Oracle SQL developers or users who wish to take their existing Oracle SQL skills to the next level.
|OSQ-74||PL/SQL ProgrammingOracle SQL~the North~2~x~x training outline|
PL/SQL training to develop solutions with Oracle's programming objects and procedural extensions.
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"I thought the pace was good as I could complete the practical work without feeling I was lagging behind or holding anyone else back from progressing to the the next section."
Harrogate, North Yorkshire
"Very helpful - the potential for learning was uncapped (because of the training format) and really suited our mixed-ability group. I learned a lot and will reference the SQL files later to brush up on what I've learned."
Specialist IT Support Analyst
University of Sheffield
Sheffield, South Yorkshire
"The course was presented brilliantly. The tutor was able to answer all questions posed to him and kept the team interested for what many of them would feel is quite a dry subject."
Contract Information Manager
NHS East Riding
Hull, North Humberside
"It was very useful to be able to work at my own pace which allowed me to move on from each module when I felt I had understood the content rather than moving on when everyone else did (just to keep up)."
Rotherham, South Yorkshire