SharePoint Course

Microsoft SharePoint is collaboration software.

SharePoint Online Training

Microsoft SharePoint is collaboration software that makes it easier for people to work together by simplifying business intelligence, content management, search, and sharing for intranet and internet sites. You can set up sites to share information with others, manage documents from start to finish, and publish reports to help everyone make better informed decisions.

What you will learn

Our SharePoint 2010 training portfolio consists of Microsoft Official Curriculum (MOC) courses in addition to exclusive material created by leading SharePoint practitioners.

  • Introduction to SharePoint
  • Organizing Information with Websites

SharePoint Online Training Course Content


  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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 Workflow
  • 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
  • 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
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