It is a matter of months before the Lab officially launches the much-awaited Oracle-administered database administration courses.
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.
Incidentally, classes are planned to begin officially on October 3 this year.
“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/).
However, notes the site, the applicants for Oracle Certified Associate should either be students pursuing a Diploma/ Degree in an IT related course, or be a graduate with a Diploma/ Degree in an IT related course.
“The applicants for the Oracle Certified Professional should have passed the examinations for Oracle Certified Associate,” adds the site.
To be offered at the C4DLab facility in the College of Biological and Physical Sciences(Chiromo), the packages for Oracle Certified Associate include Oracle Database 12c Introduction to Sql to be completed in 40 hours and is to cost Sh25,000.
On the other hand, for Oracle Certified Professional, a package such as Oracle Database 12c Backup and Recovery is to be completed in 40 hours, costing Sh25,000.
Oracle Database 12c Administration Workshop, belonging to Oracle Certified Associate course as well as Oracle Database 12c Installation and Upgrade Workshop, take 40 and 20 hours respectively to finish, and are to cost Sh25, 000 and Sh17,000 respectively.
The last, Oracle Database 12c Multitenant Architecture belonging to Oracle Certified Professional course is to take 40 hours, costing Sh17,000.
“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/).
Meanwhile, interested persons can register from the same page (c4dlab.ac.ke/oracle-database-administration-training/).