What is SQL?
SQL (Structured Query Language) is a programming language used for managing and manipulating relational databases. It provides a standardized way to communicate with databases, allowing you to store, retrieve, update, and delete data efficiently.
You'll learn to use SQL and apply concepts that can be used with nearly every data storage system through hands-on practice and real-world data sets. At the end of the course, you will have the skills to apply for most Junior Data Analyst roles and have a portfolio to show your future employer.
What will you learn?
This is for you if you're...
A beginner who's completed Data Level 1
Aspiring data analysts looking to master the foundations that will get you hired as a data analyst.
A programmer, developer, or engineer
A beginner who wants to learn more programming languages - and work more efficiently with databases.
A business analyst
Want data to back up your presentations to stakeholders? Learning SQL can help you grow the business.
Module 1 - Week 1
Relational Databases and SQL
Learn the basics, starting with relational databases and how to use SQL
Module 2 - Week 1
Basic SQL functions
Understand terminology, syntax, and queries.
Module 3 - Week 2
Create data visualisations on Tableau
Module 4 - Week 3
Communicating your analysis
Present your findings in a report
Module 5 - Week 4
Put everything you've learned together in a portfolio
Module 6 - Week 6
Earn premium perks
Graduate and get surprise gifts!
Nabeel started off as an accountant and left its corporate side after finishing his CPA to start teaching it. He enjoys making complex topics engaging for young adults. Nabeel's curiosity and love for solving problems led him towards the world of data. He taught himself the power of SQL, Python and data visualisation tools and uses them to make people's lives easier, whether that means automating operational reports or building a chatbot to assist with his personal meditation routine. He currently works as a Senior Product Analyst in Singapore.
Land a high-paying job
Every person I sent my portfolio to was amazed.
That was my first time finishing a whole portfolio.