Hosts New Online Class on SharePoint Designer 2013 No-Code Workflows

Share Article to host an online class, “SharePoint® Designer 2013 No-Code Workflows” on October 10, 2013 from 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM (EDT), led by Chris Beckett, Microsoft Specialist and Author.

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This is a jam-packed class with lots of real world information and demonstrations on managing no-code workflows in SharePoint 2013. (Rehmani Consulting, LLC) will host a new online class, “SharePoint® Designer 2013 no-code Workflows”, on October 10, 2013, from 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM (EDT), led by Chris Beckett, Microsoft Specialist and Author.

In today's “do more with less” business environments, busy professionals need to get more done. Workflows automate content management and business processes. Business professionals can develop these without software coding. SharePoint 2013 supports workflows and includes numerous free tools. Business professionals can use these tools to manage workflows, but many are unaware of the full capabilities available to them.

This online course is focused on helping SharePoint content managers, developers and power users author and support robust real world workflow solutions. The class is taught by Chris Beckett, an industry recognized and certified SharePoint expert, author, trainer, and consultant.

Class attendees will learn:

  •     Options to build no-code workflows in SharePoint 2013
  •     New features such as Stages, Looping, Dictionary items and more
  •     Integrating InfoPath forms in workflow-driven solutions
  •     Creating workflows visually using Visio 2013
  •     Advanced workflow options to call SharePoint 2010 based workflows
  •     Customizing workflow experience for users
  •     Working with web services
  •     Implementing process management and performance reporting

Sign Up Now! The online class costs $297 and includes the following bonus materials: (1) presentation slides, (2) a step-by-step tutorial document for building the workflow solution demonstrated in the course, (3) source code and deployment WSP package for a custom workflow activity you can use in your own SharePoint Designer workflows.

Asif Rehmani, SharePoint MVP, MCT and President of Sharepoint-Videos, explains, “We’ve created these online classes as a way to provide quality classroom training to SharePoint users without them incurring the comparatively high cost of physically attending a conference or workshop. The online classes include many of the same benefits found in a physical classroom environment such as: instructor-led demonstrations, open forum collaboration, tangent-topic discussion, and the ability to ask questions yet makes the course more affordable and opens enrollment up for users across the globe.”

For more information about SharePoint online classes offered through Sharepoint-Videos as well as its flagship product, a complete help system for SharePoint, VisualSP™, email info(at)sharepointElearning(dot)com or call 630-786-7026.

About (Rehmani Consulting, LLC) (SPVideos) focuses on empowering information workers, technical decision makers, administrators and developers in corporate environments with the SharePoint knowledge they need to be successful. SPVideos is the creator of the VisualSP™ Help System - in-context technical training content delivered to users through a novel Help tab added to the SharePoint ribbon. VisualSP has been helping drive SharePoint adoption in organizations by exposing Help content to users. This content includes video tutorials, screenshots and reference documents for users to access on-demand precisely when they need it. In addition, hundreds of video tutorials are available on the site, which empower all SharePoint users to build powerful solutions and use the SharePoint platform effectively.

About Chris Beckett
Chris Beckett is an industry recognized and certified SharePoint expert, author, trainer, and consultant. He brings to our online course over a decade of experience building workflow solutions with SharePoint. Chris has also written on Workflow in SharePoint 2010, and is in the process of finishing the SharePoint 2013 Workflow book.

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