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LearnKey Releases New SQL Training Courseware


Wednesday, November 15, 2006; 05:13 AM

LearnKey, Inc., an award-winning content producer of online learning systems, announced the release of the new Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist Track (MCTS) for Structured Query Language (SQL) 2005 Server training.

The learning track spans three courses, all prerequisites for the new Microsoft Professional Level Curriculum and necessary foundations for effective SQL Database administrators. It contains three courses: Writing Queries, Implementing a Database and Maintaining a Database. These cover the entire breadth of material contained in Microsoft Exam 70-431, the certification test for SQL professionals.

“This SQL Training series from LearnKey is the most thorough and professional of anything similar in the market,” said John Clemons, CEO of LearnKey. “Our comprehensive course will help any database administrator learn methods and processes to ensure the health and dependability of the SQL Server and Database.”

The MCTS SQL Server 2005 is recommended for all database administrators but is helpful to any who want to expand salary possibilities and technology expertise, such as developers and system administrators.

The three courses, all taught by Microsoft Certified Professional Wayne Snyder, include 15 sessions and approximately 45 hours of comprehensive study that covers all aspects of database management and maintenance. Snyder is a noted expert on SQL, having worked with the program since its original release. He is the 1998 Microsoft Most Valuable Professional and holds certifications in MCDBA, MCSE, and MCT.

LearnKey’s MCTS SQL 2005 series costs $1,080 for individuals, or $2,695 for multiple seats. The track is available online, on DVD and CD-ROM. The course is available for purchase through and various resellers.

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