Database Management Expert
No modern company or organisation can function without data and a system to organize and access this data.
No modern company or organisation can function without data and a system to organize and access this data. In this session, we take a look at what a database is and the different kinds of database types. We also dig into what a database management system (DBMS) is, the role of a database administrator (DBA) and some of the most common databases and DBMS’
As a database manager, you will learn:
Database Management Expert Course:
- Introduce students to languages, applications and programming used for the design and maintenance of business databases.
- One of the basic skills covered in database management courses is the use of Structured Query Language (SQL), the most common database manipulation language. Students learn to write programs with packages, debugging procedures, triggers and database structures using SQL. Database management courses may also cover Visual Basic programming language skills for program design.
- Other database management skills include the use of data and object modeling, relational algebra, relational data models and applications programming. The physical characteristics of databases, reliability and system performance are additional topics in database management.
- In database concepts classes, the emphasis is on normalization, data dictionaries and data integrity. Students’ skill set upon course completion should include designing and implementing normalized databases using database reports and creating forms and tables. Students completing database applications classes will have the skills necessary to create multiple table systems with screens, updates and reports.