SQL Classes Denver

Master the art of SQL with a variety of hands-on classes in Denver. Learn to navigate and manipulate databases, gain in-demand skills, and unlock new career opportunities in the tech industry.

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SQL Level I

NYC Career Centers - Virtually Online

Learn the fundamentals of SQL (Structured Query Language) and relational databases, so you can start writing SQL queries to extract and understand the information stored in databases. This SQL starter course will provide you with strong foundational skills to explore the tables, columns, and rows stored in a database and write/code SQL queries to extract and start analyzing that data. Using practical, hands-on exercises, our expert instructor will...

Sunday Oct 15th, 10am–5pm Eastern Time


SQL Level II

NYC Career Centers - Virtually Online

Expand your SQL skills by learning how to group data with aggregate functions, filter groups with HAVING, work with dates/time, perform advanced JOINS such as Self Join and Union, and more. In this intermediate SQL course, you’ll build on your knowledge of SQL fundamentals, enhancing your skills to filter, group, and analyze data. You’ll learn how to group data and perform common statistical calculations using aggregate functions. Working...

Sunday Oct 22nd, 10am–5pm Eastern Time



NYC Career Centers - Virtually Online

Take your SQL skills to the next level in this advanced course. You’ll learn about subqueries, views, functions, stored procedures, and more. In this advanced SQL course, you’ll learn how to add If-Else logic to queries using CASE statements, and how to use string functions to get just the part of text you need. Subqueries enable you to dynamically grab data from anywhere in a database and use that result in another query. You (or someone...

Sunday Oct 29th, 10am–5pm Eastern Time


SQL Programmer Bootcamp

Developer Bootcamp

The SQL Programmer bootcamp includes coverage of relational database fundamentals and SQL programming. This bootcamp provides a solid understanding of relational database design concepts as well as SQL syntax and construction of complex SQL queries. Coverage includes the creation and use of stored procedures, functions, views and triggers. Program Highlights: Designing normalized table structures for relational databases Creating databases and...

Monday Oct 9th, 8am–8pm Eastern Time

SQL Queries Introduction

Computer Training Source, Inc. @ Online Classroom

SQL statements are used to perform tasks such as updating data on a database, or retrieving data from a database. Some common relational database management systems that use SQL are: Oracle, Sybase, Microsoft SQL Server, Access, Ingres, and others.  Some of these database systems will have extensions specific only to their system. However, the standard SQL commands such as “Select”, “Insert”, “Update”, “Delete”, “Create”,...

Saturday Oct 21st, 9am–4pm Central Time

 (2 sessions)


2 sessions

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SQL Bootcamp

Practical Programming - Virtually Online

Learn SQL fundamentals including data types and queries. Why SQL? Upwards of 90% of time on data wrangling is spent cleaning and manipulating data. With SQL you can easily address these challenges with English-like queries to a database. The gap between the supply and demand of people skilled in SQL is huge. As nearly every industry is moving toward being more data-driven, having this skill will give you a larger role in decision-making wherever...

Saturday Oct 28th, 10am–5pm Eastern Time

 (3 sessions)


3 sessions

Introduction to Structured Query Language (SQL) for Data Analytics

Borough of Manhattan Community College @ Live Online

Structured Query Language (SQL) is used to extract information from a relational database to address an array of business information needs. Thus, the goal of the course is to teach participates how to query a relational database for information and analysis. Course Objectives: Students will learn how to query a relational database for information and analysis using Transact-SQL. Understand how data is retrieved prior to analyze it Curriculum...

Monday Dec 4th, 6–9pm Eastern Time

 (12 sessions)


12 sessions

SQL Server Administrator Bootcamp

Developer Bootcamp

The SQL Server Administrator bootcamp includes coverage of relational database fundamentals, SQL programming and administering SQL Server 2016 databases. This bootcamp provides a solid understanding of relational database design concepts, coding and utilizing SQL queries and database management tools. It includes comprehensive coverage of SQL syntax including complex queries, as well as creating and using stored procedures, functions, views and...

Monday Oct 9th, 8am–8pm Eastern Time

Advanced SQL Server Developer Bootcamp

Developer Bootcamp

The Advanced SQL Server Developer bootcamp includes coverage of relational database fundamentals, SQL programming, Reporting Services (SSRS), Integration Services (SSIS), and Analysis Services (SSAS) as well as coverage of ASP.NET Web forms. Students may optionally choose to also learn about Power BI, which is a business analytics service and reporting tool from Microsoft. Our unique approach to teaching advanced SQL Server development combines ...

Monday Oct 9th, 8am–8pm Eastern Time

SQL Server Business Intelligence Developer Bootcamp

Developer Bootcamp

The SQL Server Business Intelligence Developer bootcamp includes coverage of relational database fundamentals, SQL programming, Reporting Services, Integration and Analysis Services. This bootcamp provides a solid understanding of relational database design concepts, coding and utilizing SQL queries and database management tools. It includes comprehensive coverage of SQL syntax including complex queries, as well as creating and using stored procedures,...

Monday Oct 9th, 8am–8pm Eastern Time

Querying Data with Microsoft Transact-SQL


This course is designed to introduce students to Transact-SQL. It is designed in such a way that the first three days can be taught as a course to students requiring the knowledge for other courses in the SQL Server curriculum. Days 4 & 5 teach the students remaining skills required to take the Microsoft 70-761: Querying Data with Transact-SQL certification exam. The average salary for a Database Administrator is $71,429 per year. Course Objectives:...

Monday Dec 11th, 8am–4pm Eastern Time

 (2 sessions)


2 sessions

Data Analytics Technologies Bootcamp

Noble Desktop - Virtually Online

Master the top data analytic tools: Excel, SQL, & Tableau. Organize, analyze, summarize, and visualize your data to present actionable insights. In this comprehensive and affordable classroom training, you'll work on real-world projects in Excel, SQL, and Tableau. This program is offered at our business training school in Midtown Manhattan. Registration Notes: It is highly recommended to attend the Excel classes before SQL and Tableau....

Tuesday Oct 10th, 10am–5pm Eastern Time

 (8 sessions)


8 sessions


Borough of Manhattan Community College @ Live Online

This course is intended for students who want to learn about the Linux operating system and prepare to pass the Linux+ certification exam from CompTIA (Powered by LPI). The course provides comprehensive coverage of topics related to Linux certification, including Linux distributions, installation, administration, X-Windows, cloud technologies, networking, and security. Prerequisites: CompTIA Network+ certification or course equivalent recommended....

Tuesday Dec 5th, 6–9pm Eastern Time

 (30 sessions)


30 sessions

Python Developer Certificate

Noble Desktop - Virtually Online

Become a Python Developer Learn the essential skills and tools to become a Python Developer. This course teaches Python for software development with Django, Django REST, and other developer tools such as Git and SQL. After completing this certificate, you will have the skills to apply for roles such as Python Developer, Back End Developer, and Software Engineer. Learn Programming Fundamentals Start by learning the basics of Python. In the first...

Tuesday Feb 20th, 10am–5pm Eastern Time

 (15 sessions)


15 sessions

Data Engineering on Microsoft Azure


In this course, the student will learn about the data engineering patterns and practices as it pertains to working with batch and real-time analytical solutions using Azure data platform technologies. Students will begin by understanding the core compute and storage technologies that are used to build an analytical solution. They will then explore how to design an analytical serving layers and focus on data engineering considerations for working...

Monday Oct 23rd, 8am–4pm Pacific Time

 (4 sessions)


4 sessions

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Discover the Best SQL Classes in Denver

SQL, which stands for Structured Query Language, is a powerful programming language used for managing and manipulating relational databases. It provides a standardized way to interact with databases, enabling users to perform various operations, such as querying, updating, and managing data. SQL is widely used in various industries and professions, including IT, data analysis, finance, healthcare, marketing, and others.

Professionals with SQL skills are in high demand in the job market as more organizations rely on large databases to store and manage their data. SQL topped the job ranking in IEEE Spectrum’s top programming language of 2022, demonstrating the language's rising popularity among employers. SQL is also a foundational skill to know for professionals interested in working in data-related fields, such as data analysis, business intelligence, or database administration. There has been no better time than now to learn SQL skills!

Best SQL Classes & Schools in Denver

ONLC Training Centers’ SQL Querying: Fundamentals introduces students to SQL foundational concepts and their practical applications in querying and data management. The course covers topics such as database design, creating and managing tables, and executing basic SQL queries. Through hands-on exercises and real-world examples, participants learn to retrieve specific data using SELECT statements, filter and sort results, and perform basic data manipulation tasks. Additionally, students gain proficiency in working with SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS) for efficient database administration. 

If you are open to a live online beginner-friendly SQL course, Noble Desktop's SQL Level 1 class introduces students to the fundamentals of the SQ programming language. The course covers essential concepts, including data manipulation, database design, and querying using SQL commands. Through hands-on exercises and practical examples, participants learn to create and manage databases, extract specific information using SELECT statements, and perform filtering, sorting, and grouping of data. Additionally, students gain insights into working with multiple tables, establishing relationships, and combining data from various sources using joins. This comprehensive bootcamp equips attendees with the necessary skills to navigate SQL databases proficiently and lays a solid foundation for more advanced SQL development.

For those interested in learning a variety of skills, including SQL, Turing’s Back End Engineering program is a good option. Students learn to build "server-side" applications, including how to write Ruby, leverage the Ruby on Rails framework, and work with SQL databases. By the end of this course, students will be able to build a fully-functioning web application. 

For those open to a live online option, NYIM Training’s SQL Bootcamp provides an intensive and comprehensive learning experience for participants looking to master SQL. The course covers fundamental SQL concepts, including data manipulation, database design, and querying using SQL commands. Students will learn how to create and manage databases, extract specific information, and perform filtering, sorting, and grouping of data. The bootcamp also delves into more advanced topics, such as subqueries, string functions, and If-Else logic with CASE.

Denver Industries That Use SQL


Denver is home to the second-largest Aerospace economy in the country. Global space and defense contractors, like Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman, and Raytheon, have operations in Colorado. In the aerospace and defense sectors, SQL is utilized to manage engineering and manufacturing data, ensuring the precision and safety of aerospace products.

Broadband & Digital Communication

The Broadband and Digital Communication industry in the Denver metro area is a crucial sector driving the region's technological advancement and connectivity. This is one of the largest industries in the area, with over 400 companies and 18,000+ employees. Notable companies in the area include Comcast, a leading provider of broadband and cable television services, and CenturyLink, a major player in the telecommunications and internet services domain. This industry relies on SQL for customer data management, billing, and network performance analysis. SQL databases enable telecom companies to optimize service delivery and analyze user behavior.

Financial Services

Over 180 fintech companies call the Metro Denver area their home, contributing to the area being the largest financial center between Los Angeles and Chicago. Financial giants like Charle Schwab, Well Fargo, and U.S. Bank. The financial services industry uses SQL for managing customer data, processing transactions, and analyzing financial trends. SQL databases support secure and accurate financial data storage and reporting.

Healthcare & Life Sciences 

The life sciences industry in the Denver metro area is a rapidly growing sector focused on healthcare, biotechnology, and medical research. According to the CBRE, the Denver metro ranks among the top 10 U.S. markets for research talent, emerging as a leading market for life sciences talent. In the healthcare and life sciences sectors, SQL is used to manage patient records, clinical data, and medical research information. SQL databases facilitate secure and efficient storage and retrieval of critical healthcare data.

Energy & Natural Resources 

The Denver metro area's strategic location and proximity to natural resources make it a hub for energy production, distribution, and renewable energy innovation. According to the Metro Denver Economic Development Corporation, there are over 4,500 energy companies working in oil, coal, gas, wind, solar, energy efficiency, and sustainable technology in the nine-county Metro Denver area. The energy industry in Denver uses SQL to manage and analyze data related to energy production, consumption, and distribution. SQL databases help energy companies track and optimize their operations, ensuring efficient energy delivery.

IT and Software 

Denver is home to a vibrant tech industry that is driving technological innovation and digital transformation. According to the Metro Denver Economic Development Corporation, the tech industry has experienced significant growth, with over 10,000 tech companies operating in the region, employing approximately 185,000 people. The IT sector in Denver heavily relies on SQL for database management, data retrieval, and analysis. SQL is essential for handling vast amounts of data and ensuring data integrity in software development projects.

SQL Jobs & Salaries in Denver

Database Administrator: A database administrator is responsible for managing and maintaining SQL databases, ensuring data integrity, security, and performance for various organizations. A Denver-based database administrator can earn an annual salary of $103,000. 

Data Analyst: Data analysts utilize SQL to retrieve and analyze data, generate reports, and provide valuable insights for businesses and organizations. A Data Analyst can make an average yearly salary of $70,000 in Denver.

Business Intelligence Developer: Business intelligence (BI) developers use SQL to design data models, create database queries, and develop interactive dashboards and reports for data-driven decision-making in companies. A BI Developer living in Denver can earn an average annual salary of $98,000. 

Software Developer: Software developers use SQL to interact with databases, write database queries, and manage data storage in software development projects. Denver-based software developers earn $117,000 per year.

Data Engineer: Data engineers utilize SQL to build and manage data pipelines, integrate data from multiple sources, and design databases for organizations. Data engineers in Denver earn an average salary of $123,000.