Weekend classes for Online Oracle Core DBA Training by industry experts is starting on 10 March 2012.

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Weekend classes for Online Oracle Core DBA Training by industry experts is starting on 10 March 2012.

Time: March 10, 2012 all day
Location: Mumbai
Event Type: online, training
Organized By: Focusthread Ltd
Latest Activity: Mar 2, 2012

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Event Description

 

Our online Core DBA Training is mostly hands-on based. It will help candidates to learn Oracle 11g Database Architecture and day-to-day activities of a DBA such as Database installation, backup & recovery, troubleshooting performance issues. We give special care to every trainee to complete the hands-on lab exercises on each topic. Extra topics on Linux is also covered to help trainees get comfortable with Linux..

 

 

Training Schedule :  10, 11, 17, 18, 24 and 25 March 2012.

 

Timings: 1:00 Noon GMT | 8:00AM EST | 5:00AM PST | 7:00AM CST | 6:00AM MST | 6:30PM IST.

 

For Course contents, please refer below link: 
http://www.focusthread.com/training/oracle-core-dba-training/88-oracle-core-dba-training 

 

Course Fee :  USD 399

 

Our Forte :

•             Extensive Hands-on training

•             Certified Oracle Apps Instructors with real-time experience

•             Courses designed for the latest Oracle Apps versions

•             Study material with presentations & lab exercises designed by industry experts

•             Practice at your leisure 24/7 during the training

•             Email support post training completion

 

Mode of Training:-

 

Our trainings are conducted online using interactive web-conferencing software which also has integrated VoIP. Participants will be able to view trainer's desktop remotely & communicate with him at the same time. Trainer can also take control of your PC/Laptop in case you get stuck while performing exercises. For Audio, you need to have a headset (earphone & microphone)

 

 

For further information and registration email us at  training@focusthread.com. or contact us on Phone - US: +1 213-814-4243 |UK: +44(0) 20 7193 7426 |India: +91-22-64536768

 

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