The first classes of the long-awaited Oracle database courses are officially kicking off this coming Monday, according to the organisers.
This comes even as efforts to get a sufficient number of students to take the first ever C4DLab-run database administration courses appear to be bearing fruit, with the latest registration figures standing at over 70 potential candidates.
“This training will enable you to attain the following skills: understand SQL features which will help you query and manipulate data within the database, use the dictionary views to retrieve metadata and create reports about their schema objects; manage Oracle database storage structures; monitor the database; manage database performance as well as install Oracle Database 12c software ,” reads part of the course registration page (c4dlab.ac.ke/oracle-database-administration-training/).
To be offered in both part time and full time sessions, candidates for Oracle Certified Associate as well as Oracle Certified Professional courses are looking to spend a minimum of 20 hours and Sh17,000 per package.
“The mode of study for part time: 3 hours in the evening for 5 days a week translating to 2.5 Months per Module. For full time, it is 6 hours a day from 9.00am-4.00pm for 3 days a week (Monday, Wednesday and Friday), translating to 2.5 months per Module,” continues the page on the website(c4dlab.ac.ke/oracle-database-administration-training/).
Incidentally, with the deadline fast approaching, interested persons can do last-minute registrations from c4dlab.ac.ke/oracle-database-administration-training.