SQL Server Training

SQL Server Tutorial
Class Name

SQL Server Design and Implementation

This is designed to be a hands on class in developing with SQL Server 2000 Enterprise Edition. Students will design, develop, and implement a database project of their choosing. This course would help prepare the student for a number of IT positions, including database developer, database administrator, IT consultant, and IT manager. People who want to gain an understanding how to develop and maintain SQL Server database would want to attend this class. The course contents is also covered in the some of the industry certification exams.
Week 1: Introduction to SQL Server
  • Overview of SQL Server
  • Components of SQL Server
  • Overview of SQL Server Architecture
Week 2: Designing a SQL Server Database
  • Introduction to Database Design
  • Planning a SQL Server Database
  • Identifying System Requirements
  • Developing a Logical Data Model
Week 3: Implementing SQL Server Databases and Tables
  • Creating and Maintaining a SQL Server Database
  • Identifying Data Types
  • Creating and Managing Tables
Week 4: Accessing and Modifying Data
  • Accessing Data in a SQL Server Database
  • Using Advanced Queries to Access Data
  • Modifying Data in a SQL Server Database
Week 5: Accessing and Modifying Data
  • Importing and Exporting Data
  • Using Distributed Queries to Access External Data
Week 6: Conclusion
  • Discuss any items of interest relating to SQL Server
Students should have an understanding of relational databases, and should have some experience with client databases, such as Access.
Software and System Requirements: These are the minimum system requirements for installing SQL Server 2000 Enterprise Edition. An evaluation version of SQL Server is available if the student does not have access to a database server running SQL Server.
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Course Price
  • Member Price: $120.00 US
  • Non-Member Price: $220.00 US
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This online course is limited to 50 participants. Your place in the course is confirmed by your payment. Introductory courses are intended for students with no experience in the subject matter and are seeking beginner level training.

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