Explore Data Engineering Courses With Makers

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What Does the Data Engineering Course Include?

After 8 weeks of Software Engineering Fundamentals, learners who choose this track will focus on 8 weeks of Data Engineering. The program consists of six modules and a final project:


Intro to Data

Weeks 1-2


SQL for Data Processing and Analysis

Week 3


Analytical Databases

Week 4


Batch Processing

Week 5


Data Warehouses

Week 6


Stream Processing

Week 7


Final Project

Week 8

Makers' Data Engineering Courses: Empowering Your Career


Our data engineering courses can open up a wide range of career paths in the fields of data management, data processing, and data infrastructure.
Data engineers play a crucial role in building and maintaining the data pipelines that organisations rely on for data analytics, machine learning, and decision-making. Here are some potential career paths you can explore with a data engineering qualification.

These career paths can vary in terms of the technologies and tools you'll work with, as well as the specific responsibilities and industries you'll be involved in. The choice depends on your interests, skills, and the job market in your region. Data engineering is a dynamic field with ample opportunities for those with the right qualifications and expertise.

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Data Engineer

This is the most obvious career path for someone with a data engineering qualification. Data engineers design, build, and maintain data pipelines, data warehouses, and ETL (Extract, Transform, Load) processes. They work with big data technologies and databases to ensure data is accessible, clean, and ready for analysis.

Big Data Engineer

Big data engineers specialise in managing and processing large volumes of data using technologies like Hadoop, Spark, and NoSQL databases. They work on distributed systems to handle massive datasets efficiently.

Data Architect

Data architects design the overall data architecture for an organisation, defining how data is stored, organised, and accessed. They work on data modelling, and schema design, and ensure data consistency and integrity.

Cloud Data Engineer

With the rise of cloud computing, many organisations are moving their data infrastructure to the cloud. Cloud data engineers specialise in setting up data pipelines and data storage solutions in cloud platforms like AWS, Azure, or Google Cloud.

Data Warehouse Engineer

Data warehouse engineers focus on building and optimising data warehouses. They design and implement data warehouse solutions, such as those based on platforms like Snowflake, Redshift, or Google BigQuery.

Machine Learning Engineer

Data engineering skills are valuable in machine learning as well. Machine learning engineers work on data preprocessing, feature engineering, and building pipelines to train and deploy machine learning models.

Data Integration Specialist

Data integration specialists focus on integrating data from various sources, including databases, APIs, and external data feeds. They ensure data flows seamlessly across the organisation.

Data Quality Analyst/Engineer

Data quality professionals are responsible for ensuring the accuracy, consistency, and reliability of data. They design and implement data validation and cleansing processes.

Data Governance and Compliance Analyst

These professionals ensure that data is managed in accordance with regulatory requirements and organisational policies. They establish data governance frameworks and oversee data compliance efforts.

Business Intelligence Developer

BI developers work on creating dashboards, reports, and data visualisations to help organisations make data-driven decisions. They often use tools like Tableau, Power BI, or QlikView.

Data Operations Manager

Data operations managers oversee the day-to-day operations of data engineering teams. They ensure that data pipelines are running smoothly, meet performance standards, and troubleshoot any issues.

Data Consultant/Contractor

Some data engineers choose to work as consultants or contractors, offering their expertise to various organisations on a project basis.

Data Engineering Instructor/Trainer

If you enjoy teaching and sharing your knowledge, you can pursue a career in education by becoming a data engineering instructor or trainer, either in a traditional educational institution or through online platforms.

Additional Routes

We offer alternative routes as part of our training, including:

Software Engineering

Cloud Engineering

Quality Engineering

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Apply today and enhance your Data Engineering expertise on our Bootcamp Course. 

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