SQL & Oracle Training With Peak Indicators

At Peak Indicators, we regularly help companies and individuals to get the most from the business intelligence software they use.

We do this in part through our wide range of training courses, which are structured around SQL and Oracle BI.

Robust, End-User Training

Our training expertise is delivered through comprehensive, end-user courses for analytics professionals including Developers and Architects. Instructor-led with hands-on exercises, these training courses vary in length depending on the subject area being covered.

Our aim with each of them is to enable those attending to become fully-self sufficient and capable of delivering best-practice implementations.

The course you select will determine the format of delivery, which could include any of the following options:

  • ‘Train the trainer’ programmes
  • Hands-on, classroom-style training
  • Seminar-style group demonstration
  • Computer-based training
  • Mentoring programmes

Who Do We Help?

We can adapt our courses to suit the needs of companies or individuals, whilst we can also look at creating something more bespoke, depending on your requirements.

The classroom-style environment of many of the courses we run means that we can easily work with professionals from multiple organisations at any time - so you don’t necessarily have to book with 15 employees for example.

We've helped companies in industries including:

  • Retail
  • Public Sector
  • Professional Services
  • Financial Services
  • Travel
  • Beauty
  • Technology
  • Education

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How Do Our Training Courses Typically Get Broken Down?

We usually have around 15 courses available at any one time, with each one naturally varying depending on what’s being covered. By taking a look at two examples of our more recent courses - ‘Oracle BI 12c Beginners Reports and Dashboards’ and ‘SQL (Structured Query Language) Training’ - you can see the sort of formats we use:

Oracle BI 12c Beginners Reports & Dashboards

Held over a single day, this course has been designed for End Users, BI Developers and Architects. It is available on demand for public and private training.

During the day, delegates will be taught the skills to design and build interactive reports and dashboards in OBIEE 12c, using a range of features and visualisations. These will include pivot tables, graphs and actions.

There will be video demonstrations for each topic and delegates will complete 9 practical exercises to develop the knowledge they need.

You can view the full breakdown for the course here.

SQL Training

Structured Query Language is a widely-used database language. It is implemented to create queries and manipulate data. This means that those proficient in SQL use are highly valuable.

Over 2 days, this course will teach BI Developers and Architects the skills they need to become familiar with SQL in practical terms. Suitable for up to 15 delegates - both publicly and privately - it will significantly develop the knowledge of each delegate.

You can view the full breakdown for the course here.

Don’t Just Take Our Word For It

One of the many satisfied clients we’ve delivered training for was the RAF. Steve Ambrose Leigh, who works for the organisation, was keen to share the following testimonial following completion of the course he participated in:

“The training course we took was a 10 out of 10 experience. The group questions raised throughout the session were answered straight off the bat by the Peak Indicators' BI consultant running the course. A+ from us."

Make An Enquiry Now

If you’d like to find out more about booking onto a training course with our award-winning BI team, we’d be keen to speak with you. 

Make An Enquiry Now & Select the Course You're Interested In! If you can't find the exact course you're looking for, let us know and we can discuss bespoke options with you.

For those looking for ongoing support, we can also assist through our managed services, such as Workforce Retention Analytics and Tallinn Machine Learning


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