Course Code: CPE0014

Course Delivery:

Online.


Qualification:

Diploma in Relational Database

Uses:

Relational databases are the bedrock of transactional processes and are used extensively in almost all businesses. A standard set of methodologies has been developed to help architects and data modellers to structure data at rest and identify the relationships between data elements e.g.; entity relationship diagrams. Further approaches like ‘data flow diagrams’ have been developed to identify when data needs to be moved from one location to another or from one state to another e.g.; the data is moved to the processor so that it is converted to a human readable form rather than a binary form used internally in the computer.

Learning outcomes:

The student will understand and be able to design and use data fields, records, tables and databases. The student will be able to create databases and tables and know how to create, read, update or delete data. The student will be able to use and manipulate data types like characters, strings, numerical, dates and time.  The student will be able to connect applications to databases, process data and disconnect applications from the databases. The student will understand the basics of data access controls and the granularity of controls available.  Students will understand the use of single and multi-field indexes for performance and sorting purposes.

Course Fee Information:

WE ARE OPEN FOR ENROLLMENTS ON THIS COURSE

Pay in Full – €695

Pay in Instalments – €795

(€350 Deposit & 3 monthly payments paid consecutively of €148.33 starting when the course begins)

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Entry Requirements:

  • Students must have a functional level of English.
  • The student must have an interest in the course topic or industry.
  • The deposit or full course fee must be paid to enrol on the course.

Assessment / Examinations:

This course will be assessed through continuous assessment.

Location & date:

Location Cut-Off Starts Day Time Delivery
Online 18th Sept 2020 28th Sept 2020 Monday 6.30pm-9.30pm 12 Weeks