SQL Training in Chelmsford
On site SQL training. One low fixed price for up to 6 per course.
|LSQ-60||Database Querying with SQLSQL~Chelmsford~1~Essex~the South East training outline|
Introductory ANSI SQL training for developers or users who only need to extract (not modify) data stored in database servers like: SQL Server, Oracle and MySQL.
|LSQ-61||Introduction to SQLSQL~Chelmsford~1~Essex~the South East training outline|
Practical Introductory ANSI SQL training for developers or users who need to query and modify data stored in database servers like SQL Server, Oracle and MySQL.
|LSQ-62||A Foundation in SQLSQL~Chelmsford~1~Essex~the South East training outline|
Introductory to intermediate level ANSI SQL training for developers or users who need to query and modify data stored in database servers like SQL Server, Oracle, IBM DB2, PostgreSQL and MySQL.
|LSQ-51||SQL Skills Booster WorkshopSQL~Chelmsford~1~Essex~the South East training outline|
Practical skills booster ANSI SQL training for existing SQL developers or users who are currently working with data stored in database servers like SQL Server, Oracle, IBM DB2, PostgreSQL and MySQL and who wish to take their existing SQL skills to the next level.
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"Pitched at the right level for me and although I was a little more familiar with SQL than the other attendees, I was still at a basic level and there was a lot of subjects I have never seen/used before."
Senior Data Migration Specialist
"The course was excellent. I will definitely recommend it to others. The class size was ideal and allowed us to each have 1:1 help whenever we needed it."
Senior eCommunications Executive
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"It was also great that once I'd covered the introductory modules I could move onto slightly more advanced modules and increase my learning!"
Customer Insight Analyst
"I now have not only a solid understanding the SQL language and how to manipulate data in databases, but have learnt a more valuable skill. The process of being able to break complicated problems into smaller more logical steps is clearer more than ever now, and I will definitely be using these techniques in the future."