Courses Benefits

The Oracle Certified Professional: Java Programmer (OCPJP) designation that follows your name tells current and potential employers that you know the intricacies of the Java programming language. To be eligible for a OCPJP credential, you must pass a rigorous multiple-choice examination designed to objectively assess and measure your ability to write Java applications. This course is dedicated to all OCPJP exam aspirants and will give you the best chances to pass the OCPJP certification exam on your first try. Each chapter concludes with drill exam questions, and the course concludes with a take home mock exam. This course is designed to help you prepare for the Java certification exam in the shortest possible time.

You Will Learn How To

  • Understand the exam objectives for Oracle Java Programmer Certification
  • Evaluate your readiness to take the Oracle Certified Professional: Java Programmer exam

Who Should Attend

This Java Training course is for experienced Java programmers who would like to pass the Oracle Certified Professional: Java Programmer SE 6 exam (Exam ID 1Z0-851), formerly known as Sun Certified Java Programmer 6.

Course Outline

Declarations and Access Control

  • Declaring Classes
  • Declaring Interfaces
  • Declaring Class Members

Object Orientation

  • Encapsulation
  • Inheritance
  • Polymorphism
  • Overriding/Overloading Methods
  • Reference Variable Casting
  • Implementing Interfaces
  • Legal Return Types
  • Constructors
  • Statics
  • Coupling and Cohesion


  • Literals, Assignments, and Variables
  • Passing Variables into Methods


  • Using Wrapper Classes/Boxing
  • Overloading
  • Garbage Collection

Flow Control

  • if and switch Statements
  • Looping
  • Exception Handling
  • Common Exceptions and Errors
  • Assertions

Strings, I/O, Formatting, and Parsing

  • String/StringBuilder/StringBuffer
  • File Navigation and I/O
  • Serialization
  • Dates, Numbers, and Currency
  • Parsing, Tokenizing, and Formatting

Generics and Collections

  • Overriding the hashCode() method Collections
  • Using the Collections Framework
  • Generic Types

Inner Classes

  • Method-Local Inner Classes
  • Anonymous Inner Classes
  • Static Nested Classes


  • Defining, Instantiating, and Starting Threads
  • Thread States and Transitions
  • Synchronizing Code
  • Thread Interaction


  • Using the javac and java Commands
  • JAR Files
  • Using Static Imports