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MCSA SQL Server
Earning an MCSA: SQL Server certification will qualify you for a position as a database developer or database analyst.
What is SQL? How can I learn this language? How can I use SQL to access and manipulate data in SQL Server, mySQL and Oracle?
Databases are an integral part of any organization. Retrieving information is just as important as capturing it. However, none of this can be done without basic knowledge of SQL. The course is centred on learning SQL, a query language used to communicate with a database. This language is responsible for catering and maintaining information inside a database. It is also used as a source for reporting applications such as crystal reports which provide user-friendly retrieval of information which is widely requested at customer and managerial levels.
The course is split up into 3 modules: 750 Euro Per Module
70-461 Querying Microsoft SQL Server (40Hrs = 14 Lectures X 3Hrs)
70-462 Administering Microsoft SQL Server Databases (40Hrs = 14 Lectures X 3Hrs)
70-463 Implementing a Data Warehouse with Microsoft SQL Server (40Hrs = 14 Lectures X 3Hrs)
• String Functions
• Date Functions
• Mathematical Functions
• SQL Causes
• Create Commands
• Read Commands
• Update Commands
• Delete Commands
• Crystal Reporting
• Table Constraints
• Field Constraints
• Create/Alter/Drop Databases
• Create/Alter/drop tables
• Crystal Reporting
• Relationship Types
• Micosoft Access
• SQL Server
Lectures & hands on practice.
Good knowledge of English and databases.
MCSA: SQL Server certification
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Wednesday 25th October 2017
Once weekly 6:00pm to 9:00pm
Mr. Omar Zammit
Mr. Omar Zammit received his Master’s in Business Information Systems Management and his BSc Hons Degree in Internet Application Development from Middlesex University.
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