Microsoft SharePoint Training

Microsoft SharePoint Training

SharePoint 2016 provides a business collaboration platform that streamlines document management, simplifies access to information, and provides the ability to deploy solutions quickly and securely. In this training course, you gain a comprehensive overview of the SharePoint 2016 application platform, and learn to create, manage, and customize SharePoint 2016 across your organization.

You Will Learn How To

  • Aggregate data across sites and the enterprise
  • Create departmental websites and administer site security
  • Add and edit wiki and Web Part pages
  • Organize office documents using list and library apps, and metadata
  • Integrate Microsoft Office and working offline

Important Course Information
Requirements:

Working knowledge of Microsoft Windows, Office, and the Web

Software:

Concepts covered in this course are applicable in Office365

 

Course Outline

Introduction to SharePoint

  • Solving information pain points with SharePoint
  • Building applications with the browser
  • Exploiting SharePoint in your organization
  • Managing, organizing and presenting information

Organizing Information with Websites

Grouping websites into site collections

  • Matching the correct template for your website
  • Building logical navigation
  • Managing your projects with the project site
  • Sharing insights with the blog site

Site configuration and settings

Applying style and branding to your site
Administering site settings

Configuring Apps and Designing Pages

Distinguishing between wiki pages and Web Part pages

Creating and editing site pages
Combining site information on a centralized dashboard page
Displaying master detail relationships
Tailoring pages for different users
Building page functionality into your site with SharePoint apps

Aggregating content

Rolling up content across your sites using the Content Query Web Part
Rolling up information across your enterprise with the Content Search Web Part

Controlling Website Security

Managing access

Implementing access request workflows
Defining permission levels
Simplifying security management with SharePoint groups

Streamlining security with inheritance

Creating and customizing SharePoint groups
Breaking and re-establishing inheritance

Managing Enterprise Content

Defining content types

Centralizing metadata with site columns
Defining information records
Standardizing content with templates

Creating organization-wide metadata

Centralizing metadata for reuse across sites and the enterprise
Establishing external content types

Building Line-of-Business (LOB) applications

Architecting “no code” composition applications
Updating LOB databases with external content types

Managing Business Process Workflows

Leveraging out-of-the-box workflows

Approval
Collect feedback
Collect signatures

Creating custom workflows with SharePoint Designer

Defining conditions, actions and stages
Capturing workflow data with custom forms

Managing Site Content with Apps

Controlling information with the list app

Creating lists and list templates
Adding, deleting and changing content
Categorizing and identifying information with metadata
Filtering and targeting information with views

Administering office documents with libraries

Tracking and managing versions
Restricting editing access with checkout
Selecting the appropriate library template for your document
Approval processing

Integrating Office with SharePoint

Tagging documents with metadata using the Document Information Panel
Utilizing Outlook and working offline
Concurrent coauthoring with Word and PowerPoint
Excel and Word integration

Pre-Requisites

Attendees will be expected to be using SharePoint 2016. A basic knowledge of SharePoint 2016 will therefore be assumed, but if delegates need a refresher on specific items then, time permitting, the course director will try and meet their needs.

Request Proposal/Quotation