Microsoft SharePoint Power Users | Training Course

In this 3-day course, gain the confidence and skills to use, build and manage sites in SharePoint Server.

This 3-day intensive SharePoint Power Users course introduces Microsoft Office SharePoint Server, and describes how you can leverage it to enhance control over your content, streamline your business processes, and share information with others in your organization.

Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (MOSS) is a portal-based platform that enables teams to work together when creating, managing and sharing documents and Web content.  

SharePoint Power Users training will give you the skills to provide and manage your users with a centralised administrative point. From here, team members can easily access business information, set up SharePoint server farms, perform backups and upgrades, tweak system settings and share files between portals. 

At the end of this SharePoint Power Users course, you will have gained the confidence and skills to use, build and manage sites in SharePoint Server. The course effectively combines the Site Members and Site Owners courses into one comprehensive course.


Before enrolling on this SharePoint Power Users training:

  • You should be familiar with general concepts of web technologies from the point of view of a user. 
  • Knowledge of the principles of document management systems is helpful but not essential.

Why take this course?

Connect team members effectively - Having a solid understanding of the tools and features that SharePoint provides will allow team members to collaborate on documents and share data. 

Simplify business processes - You will learn how to implement streamlined workflows to move common business tasks quicker and smoother. 

Easily share business intelligence – Learning SharePoint Server will ease sharing of critical business information, empowering your team to make more informed decisions.

Who should take this course?

  • The course is targeted at experienced IT Professionals interested in learning how to install, configure, deploy and manage SharePoint Server installations. 
  • Existing SharePoint users looking to expand on their knowledge of the tools and features of SharePoint Server in the shortest possible time. 
  • Administrators who want to understand how to manage SharePoint Server.


3 days

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3-Day Course Content

  • What is SharePoint? 
  • Navigating a SharePoint site 
  • Searching within SharePoint 
  • Exploring parts of a SharePoint space 
  • Concepts of search crawls and rules 
  • Creating and working with discussion boards
  • What is a document library? 
  • Managing and organising documents 
  • Document menus
  • List and library views 
  • Customising document libraries 
  • Working with templates and content types 
  • Working with folders and explorer view 
  • Principles of the recycle bin 
  • Understanding and using the content organiser
  • Understanding and using versioning 
  • Setting document versioning
  • Understanding workspaces 
  • Working with document workspaces 
  • Working with meeting workspaces 
  • Creating document workspaces 
  • Maintaining a document workspace 
  • Creating meeting workspaces
  • Working with Office 2010 documents in SharePoint libraries document check in and out 
  • Setting and using auto check-out 
  • Synchronising SharePoint with Outlook 2010 
  • Linking tasks and calendars to Outlook 
  • Exporting library or list content to Excel 
  • Creating and linking lists to Outlook 2010 
  • Setting up a site feature for the Excel interface
  • Understanding the SharePoint workspace 
  • Using the workspace 
  • Synchronising SharePoint sites with the workspace 
  • Working offline
  • Workflow concepts 
  • Understanding workflow types 
  • Using and viewing workflows 
  • Creating workflows
  • Understanding RSS 
  • Viewing RSS feeds 
  • Using lists and libraries as feeds 
  • Setting up feeds and RSS web parts
  • Understanding 'My Site' 
  • Navigating 'My Site' 
  • Setting up and working with 'My Site' 
  • User permissions in 'My Site'