Microsoft SharePoint 2010 Skills for End User Site Administrators — A 2 day course

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This course is to provide delegates with the knowledge required for a Site Administration role.

You will create, customise and manage SharePoint 2010 sites within a site collection in response to the differing needs of site members and visitors, and according to the infrastructure of the business.

You will identify the roles and expectations of a site owner and a site collection administrator.

You will see how to manage sites and users by defining permissions, structure, content and policy.

You will see how to gather information about the site's usage as a means to maintain the site and identify where improvements can be made.


Delegates will learn how to:-


Site Architecture Model

Users, Groups and Permissions

Managing Site Content

Page Editing

Navigation Structure

Site Search

Content Publishing

Site Reporting

Publicly scheduled dates, locations, and prices

A schedule of dates for this subject is not currently available. Please call 0333 210 0140 or use our contact form to enquire about places and availability.

Suitable For

This course is aimed at end users, knowledge workers and managers who have the responsibility to manage teams and information within SharePoint Sites.

This course is not aimed at a technical audience, but at end users who will appreciate some technical background information.

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This course requires delegates to meet the following pre-requisites:

Have good computer literacy levels and have be competent in the Office application suite 2007/2010

A basic understanding of Windows XP, Vista or Windows 7

Experience using Internet Explorer or an equivalent browser

Delegates should have attended the SharePoint 2010 End User - Introduction course, or have equivalent experience. It is also recommended for delegates to have attended the SharePoint 2010 End User - Advanced Features course, or have equivalent experience.

Have a clear understanding of what is expected of them by their organisation / line manager on how their newly developed skills will be used to create and manage sites back in the workplace