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New Learning Tree 1 Day SQL Server Training

Learning Tree has recently introduced some new 1 day virtual training events There is range of courses and subjects for you to choose from and you can find out more about these by following the link on the image below.
One-Day Express Boot Camp
These are 1 day instructor led events that you will attend online and include extensive hands-on exercises and labs to enhance the technical skills. For more information on the subjects and areas covered visit http://www.learningtree.co.uk/info/bootcamp-courses.htm
The SQL Server 1 day online courses include:
  • Writing SQL Queries with SQL Server Management Studio • Course 4550
  • Report Development with SQL Reporting Services • Course 4556
  • Writing SQL Queries • Course 4551
  • Creating Analytical SQL Queries for SQL Server • Course 4552
  • SQL Server DBA Essentials • Course 4553
  • Introduction to SQL Server BI Tools & Strategies • Course 4554
  • Data Migration with SQL Server Integration Services • Course 4555
Remember to check back regularly as these will be updated frequently in the early part of the year.
For my UK readers you get the flexibility of attending either morning or afternoon start sessions that start at either 9am or 2pm UK time.
I will be starting to teach some of these courses in April, but they are starting as early as January, so feel free to enroll on dates and times that suit.

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