SQL Training in the North West
On site SQL training. One low fixed price for up to 6 per course.
|LSQ-60||Database Querying with SQLSQL~the North West~2~x~x 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~the North West~2~x~x 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~the North West~2~x~x 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~the North West~2~x~x 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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"The tutor is excellent. From delivering courses and attending many I can appreciate how difficult a new topic can be. He is very efficient, has a great understanding of the subject area."
Bury Metropolitan Borough Council
"The quality of the course was fantastic. The inclusion of notes, examples and answers before the projects was great, as were the individual projects themselves and how they progressed in difficulty as you moved your way through each module."
Commercial Business Insight Analyst
"Brilliant combination of examples and theory. The fact that you can go away and work on the examples at home is excellent."
Business Intelligence Locality Manager
NHS St Helens CCG
St Helens, Merseyside
"I felt the course was an excellent introduction to SQL. The tutor was knowledgeable on the subject and made the material easy to understand. Many thanks."
Information Quality Manager
The Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen University Hospitals