• Planning your Education

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  • What training do you need?

    Teradata’s recommended training paths are based on the job role you have in your company. To become familiar with the curriculum most suitable for your position, please see the diagrams below. Locate your job role – the column below contains the recommended curriculum and course sequence (top to bottom). In the far left-hand column, the length of the course is displayed. If a title is also available in a self-paced format, that is also indicated.

    Definitions for the standard job roles are listed in the table following the diagrams. We understand that your responsibilities may include more than one of the roles listed. For example, if you have DBA responsibilities, but also do physical database design work, ensure your plan includes the core courses from both roles.

    If a class is designated as a prerequisite, it should be taken prior to classes further down in the curriculum sequence. For example, Teradata SQL is a prerequisite to Teradata Physical Database Design.

    Teradata Education Plan - Americas

     

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    Teradata Database on Amazon Web Services (AWS)

    For companies deploying Teradata Database on AWS, please click here to see a matrix of recommended training courses. If you have prior experience with Teradata, simply choose courses for the products that you haven’t worked with before. 

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    Job Roles

    Teradata Job Roles  
     
     Database Administrator    Responsible for creating and maintaining the Teradata infrastructure. Duties may include runtime operation, capacity management and planning,  system monitoring and tuning, security, user definitions, configuration, backup/restore, and scheduling/execution of maintenance.
     
     Designer/Architect     Responsible for transforming business information requirements into logical and physical data models.
     
     Application Developer     Responsible for application development/maintenance and Extract, Transform and Load (ETL).
     
     Data Analyst     Responsible for defining and creating analytical and discovery models for advanced data mining and “Big Data”.
     
     Business User     The Business User is the “consumer” of the data warehouse and typically is aligned with a business organization. The Business User may access  Teradata through SQL, a BI tool, Teradata Warehouse Miner or a specialized application.

     

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