PremierPoint Solutions Announces New 2014 SharePoint Training Classes

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PremierPoint Solutions has released its 2014 schedule of SharePoint training classes for January and February.

PremierPoint Solutions today released its training schedule of 2014 SharePoint classes for January and February.

“Business Intelligence Training - the Microsoft Self-Service BI Toolset” will be held Jan. 7-9 and Feb. 18-20 in Nashville, Tenn., and live online. The course provides students with training 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.

“InfoPath 2010 and SharePoint Server 2010 No-Code Workflow Deep Dive” will be taught Jan. 7-10 in Washington, DC; Feb. 4-7 in Nashville; and live online. This intermediate-level course offers experienced SharePoint users an in-depth look at the automating of common business processes using InfoPath and SharePoint. Students will learn how to create digital forms in InfoPath 2010 and how to build sophisticated SharePoint 2010 workflow solutions in SharePoint Designer 2010, a free tool from Microsoft.

“Designing SharePoint Document Management and Records Management Systems in SharePoint 2010” will take place Jan. 14-17 in Dallas; Feb. 18-21 in Washington, DC; and live online. The four-day course helps SharePoint 2010 users step up from document storage to designing powerful document and records management systems. After taking this course, students will be prepared to work with documents in SharePoint in the most effective way possible.

“Exploring SharePoint 2013 - New Features: Preparing Users for Upgrade and Migration” is offered Jan. 21-22 and Feb. 25-26 in Dallas and live online. The course provides a hands-on guided tour of SharePoint 2013’s new user interface, its most significant new features and enhancements in functionality. Exploring SharePoint 2013 is an intermediate course best suited for IT professionals and non-technical business professionals who are comfortable working with SharePoint 2010 on a regular basis, and are very familiar with its features.

“Introduction to SharePoint 2010 - Using SharePoint Foundation 2010,” will be taught Jan. 28-29 in Nashville and live online. This class equips students with the hands-on SharePoint 2010 training they need to begin utilizing SharePoint effectively in their organizations. Students will learn the core concepts of what SharePoint is all about, how to use it to share information with others and ways to facilitate collaboration within teams.

“Introduction to SharePoint 2010 - Using SharePoint Server 2010” is offered Jan. 28-31 in Nashville and live online. The four-day course is a practical introduction to the basic features available in all versions of SharePoint 2010 - including SharePoint Foundation 2010 (the free version of SharePoint) - plus the additional functionality that SharePoint Server 2010 provides. It gives students the hands-on experience with SharePoint 2010 they need to begin utilizing SharePoint within departments and teams in their organizations.

“Using SharePoint 2013 or Office 365 SharePoint - Part 1,” which runs from Jan. 14-15 in Washington, DC; Feb. 11-12 in Nashville; and live online, provides an introduction for business professionals who have not previously used SharePoint, giving them a detailed overview of SharePoint 2013’s most basic and commonly used features.

“Using SharePoint 2013 or Office 365 SharePoint - Parts 1 and 2” will be held Jan. 14-17 in Washington, DC; Feb. 11-14 in Nashville; and live online. This four-day course gives students a complete hands-on introduction to SharePoint 2013’s many features, capabilities, business uses and benefits. Its hands-on lab exercises are designed to bring real-world experience to users of SharePoint 2013 or Office 365 SharePoint.

“SharePoint 2013 for Project Management” will take place Jan. 27-29 in Nashville. Students will learn how to use new, powerful features of SharePoint 2013 to manage projects, documents, meetings, communications and scheduling.

“SharePoint 2013 Boot Camp” convenes Feb. 24-27 in Chicago. In this four-day class, students will gain the hands-on experience and skills they need to deploy SharePoint 2013 in their organizations.

Both the Project Management and the Boot Camp classes are offered cooperatively with ASPE IT Training and are not PremierPoint Solutions courses.

Based in Nashville, Tenn., PremierPoint Solutions (formerly SharePoint Solutions) is a Microsoft Certified Partner and a nationwide leader in expert-led, in-person and online public classes on SharePoint products and technologies. The company’s software division professionally develops high-quality commercial add-ons for SharePoint. Most of the company’s courses and services are also applicable to Office 365. For more information visit


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