SQL Beginner

SQL Beginner 

Learn SQL efficiently so that you can save time when creating your next project.

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How do you Learn?

These can include functionality, performance, usability, design, and more.

What you Learn?

Throughout the course, you will likely have practical exercises, quizzes, and assignments to reinforce your learning.

This course covers

Introduction to SQL

Overview of Structured Query Language (SQL)
Advantages of DBMS
DBMS vs Traditional
SQL Syntax and Clauses

Data Types

Numeric Types
Character Types
Data and Time Types
Special Types

Creating and Managing Database Objects

Introduction to creating database objects
Creating tables, views, indexed, sequences and synonyms

Types of Data Models

Data Models

Working with Tables and Joins

Creating Tables
Modifying Tables
Inserting and Updating Data
Unions and Union All

DML, DCL, TCL, DCL Queries

DML (Data Manipulation Language)
DQL (Data Query Language)
TCL (Transaction Control Language)
DCL (Data Control Language)

Types of Queries

Introduction to Queries
Types of SQL Queries

SQL Functions

Aggregate Functions
String Functions
Date Functions
Window Functions
Math Functions


Understand the Basics

Learn about the different types of database management systems (DBMS), with a focus on SQL-based systems like MySQL, PostgreSQL, or Oracle.


Learn SQL Fundamentals

Start with the basic SQL statements: SELECT, INSERT, UPDATE, DELETE. Understand how they work and their syntax.


Dive Deeper into SQL

Explore advanced SQL concepts such as subqueries, aggregate functions (e.g., SUM, AVG, COUNT), and nested queries.


Practice with Real-world Examples

Work on hands-on exercises and solve real-world SQL problems. Practice on sample databases or create your own.


Expand Your SQL Knowledge

Explore additional SQL topics, such as transactions, views, triggers, and user-defined functions, depending on your specific needs and interests.


Work on Projects

Apply your SQL skills by working on practical projects. Build a database-backed application or solve a business problem using SQL queries.

Why Choose Us?

What’s in it for me?

You can learn new skills or enhance your existing ones, which can help you advance your career or pursue new opportunities.


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Skill Level

Version Used
SQL-86, SQL-92, SQL:1999, 2003, 2008, 2011, 2016, and 2019


Session length


Certificate of Training

Rewarded upon successful completion of your  course.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is SQL?

SQL stands for Structured Query Language and is a programming language used for managing and manipulating relational databases.

What is guided simulation learning?

Unlike video which is a passive way to learn we use a hands-on approach to building muscle memory. This hands-on approach results in a significant increase in memory retention.

Is SQL difficult to learn for beginners?

SQL is considered relatively easy to learn for beginners. It has a simple syntax and provides a clear and intuitive way to interact with databases.

Do I need any prior programming knowledge to learn SQL?

No, you don't need any prior programming knowledge to learn SQL. It is a declarative language, meaning you focus more on describing what you want rather than how to do it.

Are there any prerequisites for the course?

There are no specific prerequisites for the SQL beginner course. Basic computer literacy and familiarity with databases would be helpful but not mandatory.

Will I receive a certificate upon completion?

Yes, upon successful completion of the course, you will receive a certificate of completion, which can be a valuable addition to your resume or professional profile.

Can I get help or support during the course?

Absolutely! The course will provide instructor support to help you with any questions or difficulties you encounter. Additionally, we offer email support to address any concerns you may have.