Course Overview

This SQL certification course gives you all of the information you need to successfully start working with SQL databases and make use of the database in your applications. Learn how to correctly structure your database, author efficient SQL statements, and clauses, and manage your SQL database for scalable growth.

Key Features

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  • In-depth coverage of SQL fundamentals
  • Covers all of the important query tools and SQL commands
  • Industry-recognized course completion certificate
  • Lifetime access to self-paced learning

Skills Covered

  • Database and relationships
  • Query tools and SQL commands
  • Aggregate functions
  • Group by clause
  • Tables and joins
  • Subqueries
  • Data manipulation
  • Transaction control
  • Views and procedures

Benefits

SQL, though an old language, is highly significant today as companies across the world are gathering massive amounts of data for their growth. SQL consistently ranks high in the most-requested tech skills and learning it will add great value to your array of skills.

  • Designation
  • Annual Salary
  • Hiring Companies
  • Annual Salary
    $61KMin
    $82KAverage
    $130KMax
    Source: Glassdoor
    Hiring Companies
    Oracle
    JPMorgan Chase
    Accenture
    Morgan Stanley
    Wells Fargo
    Virtusa
    Source: Indeed

Training Options

Self-Paced Learning

$ 499

  • Lifetime access to high-quality self-paced e-learning content curated by industry experts
  • 24x7 learner assistance and support

Course Curriculum

Eligibility

This online SQL certification course is ideal for freshers, programmers, software developers, and testing professionals who want to learn SQL. It’s also ideal for marketing professionals and salespeople who want to better understand their company’s data.
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Pre-requisites

There are no prerequisites for this database training course. This course can be taken up by anyone who wants to learn SQL.
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Course Content

  • SQL Training

    Preview
    • Lesson 01: Course Introduction

      06:04Preview
      • 1.01 Course Introduction
        06:04
    • Lesson 02: Introduction to SQL

      11:21Preview
      • 2.01 Introduction
        00:50
      • 2.02 Introduction to Databases
        03:24
      • 2.03 Introduction to Database Management System
        00:52
      • 2.04 DBMS vs RDBMS
        01:19
      • 2.05 Introduction to MySQL
        01:13
      • 2.06 Tables in MySQL
        01:00
      • 2.07 Relationships in MySQL
        00:53
      • 2.08 Views in MySQL
        00:36
      • 2.09 Table vs Views
        00:33
      • 2.10 Quick Recap
        00:41
    • Lesson 03: Database Normalization and Entity Relationship (ER) Model

      17:22Preview
      • 3.01 Introduction
        00:41
      • 3.02 Entity Relationship Model
        01:15
      • 3.03 Attributes
        02:00
      • 3.04 Relationship Set and Degree
        01:21
      • 3.05 Types Of Relationship
        01:28
      • 3.06 Mapping Cardinalities
        01:09
      • 3.07 Database Normalization
        00:23
      • 3.08 Types of Anomalies
        01:36
      • 3.09 Types of Normalization
        00:33
      • 3.10 Types of Normalization One NF, Two NF, and Three NF
        02:18
      • 3.11 Types of Normalization BCNF, Four NF, and Five NF
        04:04
      • 3.12 Recap
        00:34
    • Lesson 04: MySQL - Installation and SetUp

      07:12Preview
      • 4.01 Introduction
        00:39
      • 4.02 Downloading MySQL Community Setup
        00:44
      • 4.03 Installing MySQL Community
        00:26
      • 4.04 Configuring MySQL Community and Workbench
        02:10
      • 4.05 Connecting to MySQL Server
        00:53
      • 4.06 Demo Downloading Sample MySQL Database in MySQL Workbench
        01:50
      • 4.07 Recap
        00:30
      • Retail Mart Management
    • Lesson 05: Working with Database and Tables

      28:39Preview
      • 5.01 Introduction
        00:44
      • 5.02 Database Manipulation in MySQL
        03:01
      • 5.03 MySQL Storage Engines
        03:14
      • 5.04 Creating and Managing Tables in MySQL
        00:21
      • 5.05 Creating and Managing Tables in MySQL CREATE, DESCRIBE, and SHOW Table
        02:48
      • 5.06 Creating and Managing Tables in MySQL ALTER, TRUNCATE, and DROP Tables
        04:04
      • 5.07 Inserting and Querying Data in Tables
        01:20
      • 5.08 Filtering Data From Tables in MySQL
        00:26
      • 5.09 Filtering Data From Tables in MySQL WHERE and DISTINCT Clauses
        01:07
      • 5.10 Filtering Data From Tables in MySQL AND and OR Operators
        01:15
      • 5.11 Filtering Data From Tables in MySQL IN and NOT IN Operators
        01:21
      • 5.12 Filtering Data From Tables in MySQL BETWEEN and LIKE Operators
        01:28
      • 5.13 Filtering Data From Tables in MySQL LIMIT, IS NULL, and IS NOT NULL Operators
        01:50
      • 5.14 Sorting Table Data
        00:35
      • 5.15 Grouping Table Data and Grouping Sets in MySQL
        02:10
      • 5.16 Comments in MySQL
        01:06
      • 5.17 Recap
        00:40
      • School Ranking Analysis
      • 5.19 Spotlight
        01:09
    • Lesson 06: Working with Operators Constraints and Data Types

      09:59Preview
      • 6.01 Introduction
        00:32
      • 6.02 Operators in MySQL
        02:28
      • 6.03 Indexing in MySQL
        01:57
      • 6.04 Order of Execution in MySQL
        00:30
      • 6.05 Assisted Practice Constraint
        02:02
      • 6.06 Data Types in MySQL
        01:57
      • 6.07 Recap
        00:33
      • Patient Diagnosis Report
    • Lesson 07: Functions in SQL

      17:25Preview
      • 7.01 Introduction
        00:37
      • 7.02 Understanding SQL Functions
        00:39
      • 7.03 Aggregate Functions
        02:50
      • 7.04 Scalar Functions
        02:27
      • 7.05 String Functions
        00:52
      • 7.06 Numeric Functions
        01:38
      • 7.07 Date and Time Functions
        01:53
      • 7.08 Handling Duplicate Records
        01:00
      • 7.09 Miscellaneous Functions
        02:11
      • 7.10 General Functions
        01:15
      • 7.11 Recap
        00:43
      • Employee Data Analysis
      • 7.13 Spotlight
        01:20
    • Lesson 08: Subqueries, Operators, and Derived Tables in SQL

      20:58Preview
      • 8.01 Introduction
        00:36
      • 8.02 Introduction to Alias
        01:40
      • 8.03 Introduction to JOINS
        01:46
      • 8.04 Right Cross and Self Join
        02:19
      • 8.05 Operators in MySQL
        02:28
      • 8.06 Intersect and Emulation
        02:08
      • 8.07 Minus and Emulation
        01:12
      • 8.08 Subquery in SQL
        01:09
      • 8.09 Subqueries with Statements and Operators
        02:43
      • 8.10 Subqueries with Commands
        01:53
      • 8.11 Derived Tables in SQL
        00:31
      • 8.12 EXISTS Operator
        00:37
      • 8.13 NOT EXISTS Operator
        00:31
      • 8.14 EXISTS vs IN Operators
        00:36
      • 8.15 Recap
        00:49
    • Lesson 09: Windows Functions in SQL

      15:47Preview
      • 9.01 Introduction
        00:31
      • 9.02 Introduction to Window Function
        00:56
      • 9.03 Window Function Syntax
        01:48
      • 9.04 Aggregate Window Functions
        03:25
      • 9.05 Ranking Window Functions
        02:25
      • 9.06 Miscellaneous Window Functions
        00:27
      • 9.07 Miscellaneous Window Functions FIRST VALUE NTH VALUE and NTILE
        01:56
      • 9.08 Miscellaneous Window Functions CUME DIST LEAD LAG and LAST VALUE
        02:13
      • 9.09 Recap
        00:30
      • Payroll Calculation
      • 9.11 Spotlight
        01:36
    • Lesson 10: Working with Views

      10:25Preview
      • 10.01 Introduction
        00:32
      • 10.02 SQL Views and Manipulation Methods
        01:26
      • 10.03 Altering and Renaming Views
        01:03
      • 10.04 View Processing Algorithms
        02:14
      • 10.05 Updatable Views
        00:51
      • 10.06 Creating Views Using WITH CHECK OPTION LOCAL
        00:55
      • 10.07 Creating Views Using WITH CASCADED CHECK OPTION
        01:44
      • 10.08 Creating Views Using WITH LOCAL CHECK OPTION
        01:02
      • 10.09 Recap
        00:38
    • Lesson 11: Stored Procedures and Triggers in SQL

      35:03Preview
      • 11.01 Introduction
        00:35
      • 11.02 Introduction to Stored Procedures
        00:47
      • 11.03 Advantages of Stored Procedures
        00:31
      • 11.04 Working With Stored Procedures
        03:48
      • 11.05 Compound Statements
        00:29
      • 11.06 Conditional Statements
        00:22
      • 11.07 IF Statement
        00:37
      • 11.08 IF THEN Statement
        01:00
      • 11.09 IF THEN ELSE Statement
        00:52
      • 11.10 IF THEN ELSEIF ELSE
        01:08
      • 11.11 Case Statement
        00:21
      • 11.12 Simple Case Statement
        01:40
      • 11.13 Searched Case Statement
        01:00
      • 11.14 Loops In Stored Procedures
        00:27
      • 11.15 Loop Statement
        00:57
      • 11.16 While Loop
        00:57
      • 11.17 Repeat Loop
        00:58
      • 11.18 Leave Statement
        00:23
      • 11.19 Using Leave with Stored Procedures
        00:53
      • 11.20 Using Leave with Loop Statement
        01:25
      • 11.21 Using Leave with While Loop
        01:05
      • 11.22 Using Leave with Repeat Loop
        01:02
      • 11.23 Error Handling in Stored Procedures
        01:46
      • 11.24 Raising Errors in Error Handling
        02:08
      • 11.25 Cursors in Stored Procedures
        00:52
      • 11.26 Steps to Use Cursors
        01:04
      • 11.27 Stored Functions in Stored Procedures
        02:34
      • 11.28 Stored Program Security
        01:48
      • 11.29 SQL Trigger
        01:51
      • 11.30 Recap
        00:38
      • 11.31 Spotlight
        01:05
    • Lesson 12: Performance Optimization and Best Practices in SQL

      05:59Preview
      • 12.01 Introduction
        00:38
      • 12.02 Execution Plan in SQL
        00:55
      • 12.03 Differences Between CHAR VARCHAR and NVARCHAR
        00:47
      • 12.04 Index Guidelines and Clustered Indexes in MySQL
        01:27
      • 12.05 Common Table Expression
        00:51
      • 12.06 MySQL Best Practices
        00:43
      • 12.07 Recap
        00:38

Exam & Certification

SQL Certificate
  • What do I need to do to unlock my certificate?

    To obtain the SQL training course certification, you must:

    • Complete 85 percent of the online self-learning course

  • What are the system requirements to take the exam?

    You must have a computer with:

    • Chrome or Chromium browser
    • Strong internet access
    • Webcam
    • Microphone, speakers, and headset

Why Online Bootcamp

  • Develop skills for real career growthCutting-edge curriculum designed in guidance with industry and academia to develop job-ready skills
  • Learn from experts active in their field, not out-of-touch trainersLeading practitioners who bring current best practices and case studies to sessions that fit into your work schedule.
  • Learn by working on real-world problemsCapstone projects involving real world data sets with virtual labs for hands-on learning
  • Structured guidance ensuring learning never stops24x7 Learning support from mentors and a community of like-minded peers to resolve any conceptual doubts

FAQs

  • How would a certificate from Simplilearn help me?

    In today’s era where technologies and best practices are changing rapidly, and demand for qualified candidates is significantly increasing, a certificate from Simplilearn is the key to your success and a valuable add-on in your resume. Our training courses are designed and updated by 2000+ renowned industry experts, and more than 40 global training organizations have recognized us as an official provider of certification training.

  • Who are the trainers?

    All our trainers are certified and are highly qualified, with multiple years of experience in working with front-end development technology.

  • What are the prerequisites for SQL training course?

    There are no prerequisites for this SQL Training course.

  • What are the payment options?

    Payments can be made using any of the following options and a receipt will be issued to you automatically via email.

    • Visa debit/credit card
    • American Express and Diners Club card
    • MasterCard
    • PayPal

  • Can I cancel my enrollment? Do I get a refund?

    Yes, you can cancel your enrollment. We provide a complete refund after deducting the administration fee. To know more, please review our refund policy.

  • How do I become a SQL Developer?

    It is not so easy to become a SQL developer, but also not tough to get it. To become a SQL developer, aspirants require a combination of formal training and practical experience. Suppose you want to achieve a decent job that pays you well. In that case, you must obtain the correct grade, education and credentials, and work experience. This course of SQL certification provides all the information you need to start working successfully with SQL databases and use the database in your applications.

  • What is SQL used for?

    SQL is used for database communication. It is the standard industry-based language for relational database management systems, as per ANSI (American National Standards Institute). For operations like updating the data on a database and collecting data from a database, SQL statements are employed. It makes it easier to retrieve specific data from databases that are subsequently analyzed. The SQL course from Simplilearn provides you with an in-depth grasp of everything you need to start working with SQL databases confidently and use them in your application.

  • Is the SQL course difficult to learn?

    It is efficient and easy to use SQL language. You can master the basics of the language, even without a background in IT. SQL uses a relatively English-like syntax, meaning that the learning curve is smooth. Taking an introductory SQL course is an excellent method to start building your expertise.

  • Is SQL Developer a good career option?

    Due to the increasing dependency on data and information, SQL developers are the most demanding experts. SQL certification can boost employment prospects and provide additional jobs. It offers high income, in-demand work, contacting state-of-the-art technologies, and attractive career prospects.

  • How do beginners learn SQL?

    You must know everything about the basics if you want to be a successful SQL developer. Get to know the Object-Oriented Language first of all. One of the best ways to teach novices is to take courses. It is because someone has put a great deal of work into designing the course. You will, therefore, probably make the most of this method. After completing the SQL training, you will also receive a certificate. It helps to show the potential employer that you have specific skills and have committed time and money to your professional growth.

  • Is SQL certification worth it?

    While SQL is an ancient language, it is imperative today as firms worldwide collect vast amounts of data for their growth. SQL consistently ranks high in the most popular technology skills and will add substantial worth to your range of skills if you study it through SQL training. For some firms, recruiters, and SQL server specialists, certificates can be valuable and helpful. According to numerous surveys, 35% of respondents have had a pay increase after certification, and 48% believe that Microsoft certifications are beneficial to increase employment prospects.

  • What are the job titles available after getting a SQL certification?

    SQL Certification assists you in preparing for various database professional responsibilities. A successful SQL career path includes SQL Server Database Administration and Development, Business Intelligence Specialists, Data Science, and Engineering.

  • What does SQL Developer do?

    SQL developers plan, operate and improve enterprise-level databases powered by many giant companies. The most important tasks of the developer are the creation and administration of databases for companies, government agencies, and educational institutions. Many developers additionally write or collect user requirements for database documentation. SQL certification can boost employment prospects and provide additional jobs.

  • What skills should a SQL Developer know?

    If you wish to become a SQL Server developer, SQL is one of the core skills you need to master. Besides the understanding of programming, the competencies of SQL developers include communication and problem-solving skills. Knowledge of the SQL servers, SSIS (server integration services), and SSRS (server reporting services) are also required. Developers must understand the clients' requirements and create the program according to their specifications. Online courses along with SQL certification will quickly advance your SQL study.

  • What industries use SQL most?

    SQL was intended as an industry-standard platform to simplify the use of databases for all. Microsoft SQL Server-based firms are most common in the US and the software sector. SQL is most used by companies with 10-50 people and 1-10 million dollars in revenue. Some of the biggest firms using SQL are Microsoft, NTT Data; Dell; Accenture; and Stack Overflow. SQL course will give you the top professional roles in the industry.

  • Which companies hire SQL Developers?

    Some organizations that hire SQL developers include Accenture, Coforge, BAASS Business Solutions Inc., MSLGROUP, Genpact, IBM, TCS, Penguin Random House LLC, Cognizant, and The American Red Cross. The SQL certification might enable you to find jobs in the top firms.

  • What book do you suggest reading for SQL?

    Getting your hands on fundamental data is the most efficient method you can learn. The following prolific SQL books certainly are the top SQL books and will give you a solid beginning. These finest SQL books will provide you with the direction you need to get meaningful practice and success. In addition, you will be able to design and practice interactive online SQL training and platforms, which complement your book learning activities and offer a practical and attractive environment.

    • Learning SQL (by Alan Beaulieu)
    • Head First SQL (by Lynn Beighley)
    • SQL Queries for Mere Mortals (by John L. Viescas and Michael J. Hernandez)
    • SQL Performance Tuning (by Peter Gulutzan and Trudy Pelzer)
       

  • What is the pay scale of SQL Professional across the world?

    The SQL professionals' typical salary differs based on their expertise and roles in another organization. Apart from core skills, SQL certification helps you land your dream job quickly. According to PayScale, the average SQL developer salary in various nations are:

    • India: ?456,020
    • US: $72k
    • Australia: AU$84,657
    • Singapore: S$54,281 
    • Canada: C$69,541
    • UK: £31,956

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