Oracle SQL Training in the South East
On site Oracle SQL training. One low fixed price for up to 6 per course.
|OSQ-71||Database Querying with Oracle SQLOracle SQL~the South East~1~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 South East~1~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 South East~1~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 South East~1~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 South East~1~x~x training outline|
PL/SQL training to develop solutions with Oracle's programming objects and procedural extensions.
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"I really enjoyed this course. Probably the most challenging course I have done through work. Being able to work at my own pace meant I was able to get the most out of the two days."
Head of Student Advisory Services
University of London
"I had previously used SQL (pretty much blind) to query our extensive accommodation database without really knowing what I was doing. Now I'll be able to interpret the commands being used, modify them well, and also create new queries from scratch."
Accommodation Services Manager
"The course was very well presented. The tutor was great and very helpful throughout the whole course. I wouldn't have anything negative to say about the course."
"All of it was very useful to me, I haven't worked with SQL before but I felt that it was very relevant to my tasks at work. I also liked that we got a bit on how Oracle differs from Teradata, as that will be very useful in my everyday work."