About this Course

Tech Type Specialist
Course Code QASP10MC
Duration 5 Days

The goal of this course is to provide you with not only the knowledge and skills to use the tools of Microsoft SharePoint 2010, but to create a 'Real-World scenario' in which these tools will be applied to training and support roles within an organisation.

You will be given a SharePoint experience that is suitable for representing a SharePoint learning environment and learn how to use SharePoint productively and in a way you can apply the skills to support others. You will be able to relate your experiences of SharePoint to your work and create solutions that can provide a learning environment with an organisation.

The course emphasises instructor-led delivery with hands-on experience. On the afternoon of day 5 you will be required to build your own site to support a learning environment.

Target Audience:

This course is ideal for you if you are seeking to learn SharePoint from the ground up ready to take into a supporting role where you will lead or 'champion' a group of users whether this is to deliver training or to provide assistance such as telephone support or floor walking.

Prerequisites

  • No prior SharePoint experience or knowledge is required.
  • A good understanding of Windows.
  • Experience using Internet Explorer 7/8 or equivalent browser.
  • Experience with relational databases, web design and/or programming (such as VBA) are useful but not essential.
  • A good knowledge of Office 2010 applications (Word, Excel, Outlook).

Delegates will learn how to

At the end of this course you will be able to:

  • Create a Learning and Support site with Workspaces for learning content
  • Manage your team with groups and permissions
  • Create Custom Lists and Libraries with special content types for learning and support
  • Customise Library and List settings to reflect course project requirements
  • Edit web pages to keep your team informed of the project progress

Outline

Module 1: Understanding SharePoint

  • SharePoint Fundamentals
  • SharePoint Structure
  • SharePoint Environment
  • Working with Sites

Module 2: Working with Lists

  • Understanding Lists
  • Working with Lists
  • Custom Lists
  • Create Lists from existing data
  • Working with Items

Module 3: Working with Libraries

  • Lists vs. Libraries
  • Working with Libraries
  • Working with Documents
  • Viewing and Editing Documents

Module 4: Managing content

  • Item Properties
  • Working with Columns
  • Sorting & Filtering
  • Working with Views
  • Check Out / Check In
  • Versioning
  • Managing Copies

Module 5: Social Networking

  • Understanding My Site
  • My Profile
  • Blogs
  • Discussion Boards
  • Tags and Notes

2: Design

Module 6: Site Architecture Model

  • Defining Site Purpose
  • Effective Site Structure
  • Site Types
  • Roles within your Organisation
  • Site and Object URLs
  • Name vs. Title
  • Publishing Site Templates
  • Initial Site Settings
  • Site Solutions
  • Legacy Admin Tools

Module 7: Users, Groups and Permissions

  • Securable Elements
  • Defining your Site Community
  • Users and Groups
  • Default SharePoint Groups
  • Custom Groups
  • Managing Users in a Group
  • Using a Group within a List Item
  • Permissions
  • Permission Inheritance
  • Securable Objects

Module 8: Managing Advanced Content

  • Managing Site Columns
  • Applying Site Columns
  • Taxonomy
  • Managed Metadata Service
  • Creating a Managed Metadata Column
  • Managing Site Content Types
  • Applying Site Content Types
  • Folders & Document Sets
  • Per Location View Settings

Module 9: Workflows

  • Understanding Workflows
  • Creating Workflows
  • Applying Workflows
  • Workflow Maintenance

Module 10: Navigation Structure

  • Team Site Navigation
  • Tree View
  • Top-Link Bar
  • Quick Launch Pane
  • Metadata Navigation
  • Publishing Site Navigation

Module 11: Web Page Editing

  • Site web pages
  • Edit a web page
  • The site home page
  • Rich Text Editor Ribbon
  • Hyperlinks
  • Images
  • Web parts
  • View and Form pages
  • Creating views and linking to web parts

Module 12: User Support Tools

  • Support centre
  • Announcements
  • Issue Tracking
  • Discussion Boards
  • Surveys

3: Deploy

Module 13: Content Publishing

  • Audience Targeting
  • Audience for a list or library
  • Target an audience to list content
  • Web Part Connections
  • Publishing Feeds
  • Pulling RSS Feeds from other sites
  • Using Calendar Groups

Module 14: Office Document Control

  • Office 2010 Backstage
  • Manage SharePoint Lists from Office
  • The Document Panel
  • Office Web Apps
  • Outlook Web Apps
  • Live Co-Authoring

Module 15: Connecting to content

  • Finding Information
  • Synchronising Excel Data with SharePoint
  • Using Alerts
  • RSS Feeds
  • Working Offline
  • Connecting to Outlook
  • Connecting to SharePoint Workspace

4: Deliver

Day 5 Workshop:

  • Designing a Learning & Support Site
  • Develop site content
  • Deploy and Implement a Site

This workshop will require you to provide evidence of design and deployment of a SharePoint site solution which will be analysed and discussed at the end of the day as a group

Specialist Course

5 Days

Duration
Microsoft Office
Delivery Method

Delivery method

Classroom / Attend from Anywhere

Receive classroom training at one of our nationwide training centres, or attend remotely via web access from anywhere.

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Online booking is currently not available for this course, to find out more please call us on 0113 220 7150 or email us at info@qa.com to discuss how we can help.

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