Data Analytics using SQL (Bootcamp)

Key Outcomes

Structured Query Language or most known as SQL is used to retrieve, manage, and access data present in the databases, with the help of simple queries. These queries can be easily understood, as they are quite similar to the English language. All of us working with applications and databases, often tend to perform CRUD operations. Well, knowing SQL will help you to easily get the information from data at high efficiency. With the help of SQL queries, you can view update events, monitor table, and database activity, identify specific data at time intervals and retrieve the information based on the requirement.

Also, I believe that SQL is a great start to your journey of programming, as when you start understanding how a computer works, it becomes much easy to learn the structure of new programming languages like Java, Python, Golang, etc.

Once, you master writing SQL queries, you will understand how simple queries can be combined to do data manipulation. Not only this, but you will also be able to develop your own projects and connect it to the database, run Machine Learning projects and use SQL on various platforms.

Skills you’ll gain

Work with databases using SQL

Create queries for tables

Build SQL projects

Program Modules

Information is all around us. You can put it to use by learning SQL basics. Used in data science, analytics, and engineering, SQL makes it easy to work with data and make more informed strategy, operations, and business decisions. It’s a helpful skill for anyone who works with data (even in non-tech roles). In this SQL course, you’ll learn how to manage large datasets and analyze real data.

Training Intro to SQL: Querying and managing data

A brief outline of the certificate:

• 3 hours per week for a 3 months duration
• Automated assessments and quizzes
• Repeat unlimited times at no additional cost
• Verified and Certified certificate
• 24×7 support to answer your queries and doubts
• Capstone project
• Resume/Interview preparation & Job placement assistance


  • Module 1: Data and SQL Basics
    What is DBMS
    What is RDBMS
    What are Tables
    Table Constraints
    Difference B/W DBMS and RDBMS
    What is Database
    Introduction to SQL
    SQL installation
  • Module 2: SQL concepts
    Different Types of Data Types
    Query language DML DDL DCL
    Create Table and Insert Data
    Select, Where Clause
    Logical Operators
    Set Operators
    Where Operators
  • Module 3: SQL Data Analysis
    Data Aggregation
    SQL functions sum, count, avg, min, max
    Data Sorting
    Data Ranking
    Data Joining
    Types of Join
    SQL case statements
    Null Functions
    SQL wild card
  • Module 4: SQL Processes
    View Creation
    Conditional Code
  • Module 5: Data Optimization
    Types of indexes
    Explain plan
    Query Optimization
  • Module 6: Data Modelling
    Data Model – Use Case Study
    Data-warehouse basic concepts
    Fact and Dimensions
    Slowly Changing Dimensions
  • Module 7: ETL Data Engineering
    What is ETL
    ETL concepts
    Introduction to Talend
    – Talend installation
    Job Creation
    Data loading to Database
  • Module 8: Data in Python
    Anaconda Installation
    Coding basics
    Connecting SQL Database
    Reading Data
    Introduction to Pandas
    Working with Data frames
  • Module 9: Visualize Data in Python
    Plot Charts
    Charts Formatting
    Matplotlib and seaborn
    Line Chart and Bar Chart
    Scatter plot
    Heat Maps
  • Module 10: Capstone Project
    Sales Data Modelling
    Data Automation Job

Program Experience

Office Hours with Learning Facilitators


Coding Exercises in Each Module

Bite-Sized Learning

Knowledge Checks

Dedicated Program Support Team

Mobile Learning App

Peer Discussion

Capstone Project

Bonus Content on Advanced Topics

Career Support

Certification & Digital Badge

Who Should Attend?

This online program is designed for anyone who is interested in acquiring programming skills in Python & Machine Learning. No prior programming knowledge is required.


Upon successful completion of the program, participants will receive a digital certificate of completion from American Institute for IT Professionals. This is a training program, and it is not eligible for academic credit.

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Why Python?

Python is a good starting point for first-time coders. It uses simple, natural language syntax, almost like spoken English. It is powerful and it is versatile, favored by such diverse industry giants as Netflix, PayPal, NASA, Disney, and Dropbox. Python is used by 87% of data scientists.

User-Friendly Syntax: As an interpreted language, Python has simpler, more concise syntax than Java. Python’s simple, concise syntax makes it easy to write algorithms with just a few lines of code.

Open-Source Libraries: Pre-written code is readily available, with algorithms at your disposal, so you do not have to start every project from scratch. You can benefit from highly specific libraries – physics, web development, gaming, machine learning – by simply importing algorithms and applying them to your own data. It is plug and play at its best, with new functionalities being added all the time.

Community Exchanges: Python’s popularity means it has great community support, with almost 8 million Python developers across the world to help you debug or resolve a programming challenge.

Compatibility: Python is a cross-platform language and can be integrated easily with Windows and other platforms.

Adaptability: Almost every field is adopting Python and needs both generalists and specialists who know how to use it. Fields as varied as gaming, web development, healthcare, and fintech prefer Python over other programming languages, making it the must-learn language for STEM professionals and data scientists.

Why SQL?

Our SQL course content is the perfect place to start if you are new to the world of database programming or database administration. In addition to learning basic SQL commands and syntax – such as how to insert, update, and delete information from tables – users will be able to practice those same commands through our free online SQL interpreter. Enter SQL commands to receive immediate results and experiment to better understand how database concepts such as table drops and table selects work.

The SQL tutorial and online interpreter currently supports a subset of ANSI SQL. The basics of commands such as select, insert, update, delete, and drop will be covered in this gentle introduction to Structured Query Language (SQL).

If you are already familiar with the basics of SQL, you can still use this database course as a refresher and practice common SQL commands and statements.

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