Tue, 17th September 2019
Provides thorough training in practical techniques for the design and development of databases systems and also develops a sound understanding of the underpinning theory. The Module will be heavy based on SQL which is a domain- specific Language used in programming and designed for managing data held in a relational database management system.
Method of Assessment
This Particular unit will prepare one for an assignment and examination.
The Qualification is taught face-to-face, through lectures, tutorials, seminars and laboratory session, by NCC qualified tutors.
Upon completion of this module equivalent to 7.5 ECTS credits you are also able to complete your diploma in computing MQF Level 5. The whole diploma consists of 8 modules these are:
Skills for computing, Computer networks, Computer systems, Designing and developing a website, Databases, Designing and developing object-oriented computer programs, software development techniques, Office solutions Development
- Introduction to the Module and Databases Fundamentals
- Databases and Database Management Systems (DBMS)
- Entity Relationship (ER) Modelling 1
- Entity Relationship (ER) Modelling 2
- The relational Model
- Database Design
- Supporting Transactions
- Database Implementation
NCC Education is regulated by Ofqual (Office of the qualifications and examination regulator) to award the QCF Level 4 Diploma in Computing in England. The official name on the certificate will be MQF level 5 Diploma in Computing.
Lectures, hands on practice & workshops
6 O'levels. Mature students are accepted on their own merits.
NCC Education 'Databases' module | 7.5 ECTS Credits
Tuesday 17th September 2019
Thursday 21st November 2019
Tuesdays & Thursdays
6:00pm - 9:00pm
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