SharePoint 2010 is Microsoft's latest enterprise-wide solution for both internal collaboration, and externally with partners and customers.
This course is aimed squarely at staff with no previous software development background, who will need to be able to create and maintain SharePoint sites for project collaboration, document handling, and setting up intranet and internet portals, using Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2010.
Delegates who are interested in previous versions of Sharepoint can attend this course but note that although back end functionality is largely similar, there are differences to the User Interface and although these differences can be explained, delegates will need to consolidate these differences in their own time after the course, as the hands-on sessions will be in 2010.
Microsoft Office SharePoint 2010 Training Course
The course has been designed with the Public Sector as well Private Sector organisations in mind.
The course will benefit IT managers, helpdesk support analysts, editorial / web content providers, and team leaders from organisations such as hospitals, schools, local government, central government, and other public sector offices.
The course will contain a substantial amount of Hands-On work. Delegates will be introduced to topics during theory sessions and these will be followed by lab exercises relating to the topic. Delegates will work on practical exercises which will reflect real-world scenarios.
This course has been developed for real-world, commercial scenarios by our expert instructors. See below for detailed syllabus. If you have a technical question, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
SharePoint 2010 Training UK
Introduction to SharePoint 2010
What is Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2010?
Sites & Site Management
Concepts and functions
Overview of integrating with Microsoft Office
Creating records management solutions
Creating content management solutions
Using SharePoint designer
Options and concepts
Connecting to the SharePoint server
What is a Workflow?
Benefits of Workflows
Designing a Workflow
Implementing a Workflow