Where are the training courses held?
We can deliver courses anywhere in the UK and we normally hold held at the clients site.
Are courses available remotely?
Sorry, at this time we do not offer a remote training option however it is something we are currently looking into, so watch this space!
How long do the courses last?
Our courses are designed to be held over one day.
Who are the courses aimed at?
Our courses are aimed at those new to working with SQL Server or who are thinking about moving into a SQL DBA or Developer role.
What is the maximum number of attendees for courses?
Typically we find that a smaller class works much better so we usually aim for a maximum of 10 attendees per day course. For our workshop days that are much more tailored to meet individuals requirements we recommend 1-4 participants.
What is the difference between a course and workshop day?
Whilst flexible our courses are delivered on a specific subject area whereas the workshop days are completely tailor made and often contain a mixture of shorter sessions.
What topics are covered by the workshop days?
Almost anything. We’ve delivered workshop days on HA/DR, estate maintenance and performance too, so it really is up to you. Not sure where to begin? Contact us and we’ll arrange a follow up conversation with you to come up with a tailor made plan.
Can we book multiple courses and/or workshop days?
Yes, you can!
How can we find out more information on the training material?
Use our contact form to send us an enquiry about the training option you’re interested in and we’ll let you know what the course covers in more detail. For our workshop days we’ll arrange a conversation with you to discuss your requirements and we’ll give our recommendations.
Can we request additional subject material to be included in any course?
Yes you can as our courses have been designed with flexibility in mind however you may want to consider a workshop day also.
How are the courses priced?
All training days are priced per attendee, please contact us to discuss your requirements and related costs.