Whether a student is just getting started with SharePoint or is an experienced user looking to move up to the next level, the appropriate class will supply them with the tools and skills they need to utilize SharePoint successfully.
Nashville, Tenn. (PRWEB) August 05, 2013
During the next two months, SharePoint Solutions will hold SharePoint training classes on Business Intelligence; InfoPath 2010 and SharePoint Server 2010; and Using SharePoint 2013 or Office 365 SharePoint in the Washington, DC, area.
The company’s “InfoPath 2010/SharePoint Server 2010 No-Code Workflow Deep Dive” course will be held Aug. 20-23. It provides students with an in-depth exploration of the automating of common business processes by creating digital forms in InfoPath 2010, and building SharePoint Server 2010 workflow solutions in SharePoint Designer 2010.
The course takes SharePoint 2010 users through the basics of forms creation using InfoPath 2010 and workflow design in SharePoint Designer 2010. Then, beyond the basics, the course helps students leverage the advanced workflow features only available in the Standard Edition and Enterprise Edition of SharePoint Server 2010.
On Sept. 10-13, the “Business Intelligence Training – the Microsoft Self-Service BI Toolkit” course will give students hands-on instructor-led training that enables them to gather, assimilate and share a wide array of business data in days instead of months by employing a set of powerful, user-friendly tools. Students also will learn how these tools can help them quickly mine important data for decision making.
This intermediate- to advanced-level course is designed for business professionals who are experienced SharePoint 2010 power users.
The two-day “Using SharePoint 2013 or Office 365 SharePoint – Part 1” course, which will be held Sept. 17-18, is a jump-start introduction for business professionals who have not previously used SharePoint. It provides students with an experiential “first look” at SharePoint 2013’s most basic and most commonly used features.
“Using SharePoint 2013 or Office 365 SharePoint – Parts 1 and 2” gives students a complete hands-on introduction to SharePoint 2013’s many features, capabilities, business uses and benefits. This “101-level” course includes a number of hands-on lab exercises and provides a solid foundation to use SharePoint 2013 or Office 365 SharePoint with confidence and competence.
“Whether a student is just getting started with SharePoint or is an experienced user looking to move up to the next level, the appropriate class will supply them with the tools and skills they need to utilize SharePoint successfully,” said Randy Moody, sales and marketing representative for SharePoint Solutions.
All three classes will be held at SharePoint Solutions’ Washington, DC-area location, the Ballston Office Center in Arlington, Va. Students can also attend them live online.
Based in Nashville, Tenn., SharePoint Solutions is a nationwide leader in expert-led public classes on SharePoint products and technologies. The company’s software division professionally develops high-quality commercial add-ons for SharePoint. For more information about SharePoint Solutions, visit http://sharepointsolutions.com.