SQL Training in Exeter
On site SQL training. One low fixed price for up to 6 per course.
|LSQ-60||Database Querying with SQLSQL~Exeter~2~Devon~the South West 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~Exeter~2~Devon~the South West 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~Exeter~2~Devon~the South West 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~Exeter~2~Devon~the South West 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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"Superb course. The setup of tutor being able to see work in progress kept me on my toes! Would highly recommend this to our other DBA's."
SQL Server Database Administrator
The Land Registry
"The course pace was brilliant. Being able to work at my own pace but at the same time not feeling uncomfortable about being left behind or moving on was a fab approach to teaching/learning."
"Presented excellently. The tutor has honed his skills over the years and he knows how to read people of different personalities and training needs and developed the best way to teach them."
Import and Integrity Manager
Save the Children
"Having been put off SQL when first starting it, it's a major achievement of this course that now I feel SQL could be the most enjoyable part of what I do for a living and that it doesn't hold the "fear factor" it once did."