£625 + VAT for most venues (£750 + VAT for London)
You can use SQL to retrieve information from your corporate database (providing, of course, that you understand its structure). This two-day course will show you how to create tables in SQL Server, and then how to write SQL to extract information from them. You'll learn about the WHERE clause (for setting criteria); the ORDER BY clause; how to aggregate data using GROUP BY; and how to create inner, outer and full joins!
Neil Parry (Towergate Insurance)
Nick Stringle (IBM Business Consulting Services)
Vickie Goddard (Gateway 6th Form College)
Cassie Reilly (Biochemical Society)
Alex Richardson (Met Office)
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You will get more out of the course if you are already familiar with at least one relational database, whether built in Access or SQL Server.
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