Introduction to SQL for Business & Finance
1-Day Course @ CFA San Francisco, Friday, 30 June 2017
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SQL (Structured Query Language) is one of the most important skill sets for business and finance professionals. From corporate strategy to finance, the ability to access information from corporate databases is highly prized because such information can support strategic decision-making and create competitive advantages for organizations.
CFA Society of San Francisco and Cognitir, a global training company, are organizing a one-day course on June 30th to teach the essentials of databases and SQL queries. Cognitir has successfully led training at CFA San Francisco before and is excited to be invited back!
The company also regularly leads training at other CFA societies such as CFA Society of Los Angeles and CFA Society of Washington D.C. and top business schools including: Wharton, London Business School, MIT Sloan, Chicago Booth, Columbia Business School, Kellogg School of Management, UCLA Anderson, USC Marshall, and NYU Stern.
By the end of this introductory course, participants will have used SQL to query large corporate databases to pull relevant information and edit existing databases.
No prior programming or database experience is required.
COMPUTER REQUIREMENTS: Both PCs and Macs can be used in the course. You will need to download free SQL-related software to participate in this course. We will provide you with detailed instructions on how to do this after you sign up. Please note that if you are planning to use a corporate laptop, you may need permission from your IT/tech department to download external software, so please allow enough time for this installation process.
Member Pricing: $499
Non-Member Pricing: $599
Early Bird Discount (available until 6/16/17): $100 off registration
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This event qualifies for 8 hours of continuing education credit for CFA Charterholders
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