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Posted Wednesday, September 18, 2013 8:39 AM
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Yes i agree, I am not starting from scratch, I have worked with SQL for 5 years, but it has only been running transact SQL queries and looking through stored procedures for faults in code, but to get a DBA job im going to need to learn a lot more and some certs.
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If I can suggest something.

Have a look at the SQL server MS exams to get to MCSA for SQL server. I think it's 70 461,462,463.
Have a look at the skills measured break this down into a matrix. Then start going through each one till you are happy with it. Then take the exams. Then you have created a formal training program for yourself and got certified.

There are plenty of you tube clips on the various subjects and if you get stuck people will give you pointers.

Best of luck
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