SSIS for Beginners

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  • 430+ hours of video courses.
  • Instructed by RADACAD Coaches
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  • GBP: £40.42
  • NZD: $78.73
  • CAD: $63.17
  • AUD: $71.20

Academy Membership - for Teams

This is for team Membership: When you have a group of team members registering. if you want to register for one person, check out the individual membership. Worth more than $10K! 48-hours free trial

  • Access to all video courses.
  • 430+ hours of video courses.
  • Instructed by RADACAD Coaches
  • Get certification for completed courses.
  • Member-only discount on upcoming in-person training sessions.
  • Yearly and Monthly plans. You can cancel anytime.

From: $49.00 / month with a 2-day free trial
  • EUR: €46.92
  • GBP: £40.42
  • NZD: $78.73
  • CAD: $63.17
  • AUD: $71.20
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SSIS for Beginners

SSIS (SQL Server Integration Services) is a tool for data transformation. The SSIS courses are designed “spiral-out” and “hands-on.” Spiral-out means start in the center, at the heart of the platform, and then build learning and experience around that center. Hands-on reflects the fact that we learn best by doing. Combined, spiral-out and hands-on are the best way to learn technology (or anything).

Length: 75 Minutes

$259.95
  • EUR: €248.90
  • GBP: £214.43
  • NZD: $417.69
  • CAD: $335.13
  • AUD: $377.70
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The SSIS courses are designed “spiral-out” and “hands-on.” Spiral-out means start in the center, at the heart of the platform, and then build learning and experience around that center. Hands-on reflects the fact that we learn best by doing. Combined, spiral-out and hands-on are the best way to learn technology (or anything).

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