This course have no prerequisites except "working knowledge of Python". But there are many comparisons to relational database/SQL structures and working principles, like "third normal form" and "normalisation". And there is no proper explanation of these concepts in the course videos which makes you think you also need to know about SQL before starting this course to be able to understand what is being discussed during those parts.
Assignments and course videos are not very connected; so you need to look up many things without having any proper idea on how to do what is expected.
The course still requires Python 2, and the course videos date back to January 2013.
In conclusion, this course seems to be poorly structured and outdated.