SQL Essentials Training and Certification

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SQL Essentials Training and Certification

In the fields of web development, programming, data analysis, and reporting, SQL expertise is highly valued. The SQL Essentials training course shows you how to use Microsoft’s SQL Server Management Studio to develop SQL (Structured Query Language) from scratch. The SQL Essentials training course teaches you how to develop SQL (Structured Query Language) from start.

SQL Essentials Training Features

Instructor-led live sessions

24 Hours of Online Live Instructor-led Classes. Training Schedule: 8 sessions of 3 hours each.

Lifetime access

Students will get lifetime access to all the course materials where presentations, quizzes, installation guides, and class recordings are available. 

24/7 expert support

We provide 24/7 support to all the students, thereby resolving technical queries. 


Each class will be followed by practical training sessions for a better hands-on experience.


Each class will be followed by practical training sessions for a better hands-on experience.

SQL Essentials Course Description

The goal of SQL Essential Training is to enhance the knowledge of SQL, the most widely used language for operating databases. A SQL Server database's data can be retrieved, sorted, filtered, grouped, aggregated, and calculated using SQL. Other RDBMS (relational database management systems), including MySQL, IBM DB2, PostgreSQL, Oracle, Ingres, Sybase, and Microsoft Access, can easily adapt to SQL because it is a widely used language.

This course is intended for newbies and learners who have no prior knowledge or expertise with databases. Candidates who are interested in the the following roles can go for this course:

    • Data Analysts

    • Data Scientists

    • Data Engineers

    • Database / Datawarehouse Developers and Designers

    • Software Quality Engineers

Creating tables, constructing relationships, manipulating strings, numbers, and dates, utilising triggers to automate processes, and using subselects and views are just a few of the key SQL capabilities that candidates will learn.

Although there are no prerequisites for this course, having a basic understanding of database management systems would be helpful.

Why SQL Essentials Training

Information is now collected from many different sources, and it is very valuable to businesses. However, as there is more data available, it becomes necessary to store it in a database so that a trained specialist may access it and analyse it. Therefore, in today’s digital age, effective data analysis is widely valued after.

You can get data and update, insert, or delete it using SQL queries, which are essentially requests or instructions that you submit to a database. The majority of people connect SQL with the IT industry, and database managers use it frequently. Systems architects use SQL to create database models, while developers use it to create applications that need database connectors.

SQL Essentials Course Syllabus

  • Standardization of Relation Database Management Systems (RDBMS)

  • Establish database entities

  • SQL Data Types and Table Modification Statements

  • Drop Table Declarations

  • Innumerable Constraints

  • Producing Views

  • Insertion – As-Select Statement

  • Inserting of Statements

  • Up-to-date Statements

  • Remove Statements

  • Shorten Statements

  • Select Statement

  • Categorization and Filtering

  • SQL – Wild Card

  • The CASE Expression

  • Conversion Utility

  • Logical Functions

  • Math Functionality

  • Aggregate Utilities

  • String Utilities

  • Date Functionality

  • Custom Functions

  • Triggers

  • Stored Procedure

SQL Essentials Course FAQs

No, SQL is a database administration language, not a programming language in and of itself. However, some of its features allow for the development of procedural extensions, making it a more advanced programming language.

The minimal system requirements for this course are a PC with an Intel i3 processor or higher, 3GB of RAM (but 4GB is suggested), and a 32- or 64-bit operating system. You also need Microsoft SQL server 2005 or later.

Being a SQL Developer will increasingly encompass areas outside than computer science, such as banking, retail, healthcare, the public sector, science & technology, etc. Every firm needs a database for data storage.

Database technology is in great demand right now and will continue to be in the future. Therefore, a job as a SQL Developer may be rewarding in the future.


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