Certstaffix® Training offers SQL training in Dallas, Texas. Our SQL classes in Dallas are available in several training formats. We have different attendance methods which allow you to choose a convenient way for you to learn SQL.
View available training formats and attendance options in Dallas, Texas below.
SQL is a domain-specific language used in programming and designed for managing data held in a relational database management system, or for stream processing in a relational data stream management system. If you are looking to boost your overall tech knowledge and resume through training, SQL Query courses are a great avenue to do so. While we offer a wide selection of classes, SQL is one of the most popular topics in our catalog and with good reason. Our SQL Query classes are comprehensive, concise, and convenient to give you the utmost flexibility. We offer world-class training for Beginners SQL (or Introduction to SQL), MySQL Workbench: Data Modeling & Development as well as Advanced SQL Query. All classes are delivered by one of our expert trainers.
From hands-on, instructor-led live online SQL Query training for individual employees to private online or on-site group training, we provide the best option for your company. Our Bootcamp like online SQL classes are task-based and focus on real-world scenarios and challenges students face in their day to day environments. The online SQL Training that we offer is a great way to quickly build upon the necessary skills within the privacy of your own home or office. If you are looking for local SQL courses, you can check one of our many computer labs around the United States. Each SQL Query course we offer provides the training a person will need to understand and use SQL queries. Check out our website and compare the lessons’ outlines for the SQL Query courses (from beginners to advanced) that we offer and decide which one you need to complete.
How Can I Learn SQL, Get Certified, and Become a SQL Developer?
A: The best way to learn Structured Query Language (SQL) can vary between individuals, but generally, one of the best ways to learn SQL will be through a training course taught by an experienced professional. Depending on the individual and their chosen educational track, the training process can take anywhere from days to years. Certification paths vary, so you'll want to research your options and choose appropriately. Earning a certification or otherwise demonstrating proficiency with SQL can be a worthwhile investment, as it helps applicants stand out in a crowded tech job market.
Our Dallas training location is located on the 12th floor, in the Meridian Business Center, just off the intersection of I-35 and I-635 within minutes of DFW International Airport and Dallas Love Field Airport. Free parking is available in the garage next to the building in the VISITORS floor. Look for the Visitors sign on the garage. Use the garage elevator to go to floor 3 and use the sky walkway to enter the building. Use the elevator to proceed to the 12th floor and enter Meridian Business Center.
This popular business area on the North side of the Dallas Metroplex is shared with corporations such as Ikon, Home Depot, IBM, Essilor, Celanese and Club Corp. With numerous restaurants surrounding the property, and a short three mile drive from the Galleria Shopping mall, the location provides great convenience for tenants.
$2,280 (USD) • MySQL Workbench Data Modeling and Development helps developers learn how to effectively use this powerful product for database modeling, reverse engineering, and interaction with the database without writing SQL statements.
$495 (USD) • In this course you will compose Advanced SQL queries to retrieve desired information from a database. You will build on derived tables and common expressions, group and summarize data, explore advanced where clauses and finally write advanced queries.
$990 (USD) • In this course you will compose basic SQL queries to retrieve desired information from a database. You will explore database concepts, write simple SELECT queries, use built-in functions and expressions, join tables, build subqueries and unions, and finally perform some advanced where clauses.