The CIW Database Design Specialist is perfect if you want to learn in-depth knowledge into the purpose and function of relational databases and how to ensure they run smoothly. Databases are essential in the day-to-day operations of a business as they provide a key part of the structure of an organisation; housing customer, supplier, client and employee information all in one manageable place.
The CIW Database Design Specialist is suited to:
Basic knowledge of the purpose and function of a database is recommended as you will be learning about product-focused database specialisation using products including DB2, Oracle, SQL and MySQL.
Every successful business should have a developed database in place for day to day operations to be able to run smoothly, and your skill set will certainly be in demand once you have completed this course of study. Following this course, you could go on to work in roles within database management.
If your goal is to excel in a specialized area of IT and become better equipped with technicalities such as relational databases, relational database nomenclature, and relational algebra, then this is the course for you.
The CIW Database Design Specialist exam (1D0-541) lasts for 90 minutes and contains 50 questions testing your knowledge of the content in the study modules – and your ability to apply it.
To pass the exam, you will need to achieve a score 75%, demonstrating a range of knowledge and skills in this discipline.