Implementing a Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Database Training
Do you need to learn how to implement a Microsoft SQL Server 2005 database? When working with MS SQL Server, it’s important that you understand what you are doing and have a working knowledge of relational databases. Get the technical knowledge you need to become proficient by enrolling in Implementing a Microsoft SQL training.
Many students prefer to study on their own and our self-paced Implementing a Microsoft SQL Server 2005 CBT fits the bill. By choosing the computer based training instead of traditional courses, you are in full control of your learning. You can sharpen your skills so that you will perform better on the job without having to take time off to attend classes. Whether you want to improve in your existing position or move up to a more advanced career, getting the right type of training will get you where you want to be fast.
Follow the self-study Microsoft SQL training and learn how create databases, data types, tables, and index as well as enforce data integrity through constraints and triggers. You will also learn about implementing views, stored procedures, functions, and managed code along with using Service Broker and Notification Services. These and many more topics are presented in a variety of interactive presentations including animations, simulations, quizzes, assessments, and hands-on activities.
Certified instructors present lectures that you can view on the Implementing a Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Database computer based training videos on CD. These lectures are shown in full motion video that you can watch as often as you need.
As you work through the self-paced Microsoft SQL 2005 Database CBT, you also get hands-on practice using simulations and activities. Our simulated SQL Server environment is just like the real thing! You’ll explore the various features and tools and become comfortable performing a variety of tasks.
The Implementing a Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Database training is a comprehensive course that prepares you for real-world success through a blend of technology, high-quality lectures led by certified instructors, and hands-on components.
CBT Training Features:
- Engaging instructor-led Implementing a Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Database training videos
- Chapter review test questions
- Clear and precise demonstration videos to watch over and over if needed.
- No need to worry about cancelled Implementing a Microsoft SQL Server 2005 training classes
- No need to worry about cancelled Implementing a Microsoft SQL Server 2005
- No need for online access
- Covers Microsoft exam 70-431
Module 1 – Creating Databases and Database Files
Module 2 – Creating Data Types and Tables
Module 3 – Using XML
Module 4 – Creating and Tuning Indexes
Module 5 – Implementing Data Integrity
Module 6 – Triggers and XML Schemas
Module 7 – Implementing Views
Module 8 – Implementing Stored Procedures
Module 9 – Implementing Functions
Module 10 – Implementing Managed Codes in the Database
Module 11 – Managing Transactions and Locks
Module 12 – Using Service Broker
Module 13 – Using Notification Services
The Certified Microsoft Trainer:
Mark Russell – MCT, MCDBA, MCSD.NET, MCSE Security, CEH, and Security+, and SQL 2005 Trainer
Mark Russell brings his twenty years of networking and programming experience to you with an emphasis on enterprise database development and training using the tools and technologies of Microsoft SQL Server. Mr. Russell is a Certified Technical Trainer who has taught over five hundred Desktop Applications classes and over five hundred technical classes. In addition, he has completed the Microsoft approved “Train-the Trainer” program. New Horizon’s Worldwide named him instructor of the year in 1999. As Microsoft Certified Trainer, Mark has maintained an overall instructor score average of 9.62 (on a scale of 10).