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Intertech delivers a series of SharePoint training courses. Our SharePoint training courses cover different SharePoint versions and core functions including SharePoint administration, use of SharePoint Designer, business intelligence (BI) in SharePoint, and SharePoint for targeted audiences such as developers and end users.
Depending on the SharePoint training course chosen, students learn core features like creating a site, configuring a site, managing site content and structure, using lists and libraries including viewing lists and library content, configuring a list or library, and creating and deleting lists. Content types are explored such as items, documents, pages, and related content features like metadata and using web parts.
For documents in SharePoint, Intertech’s SharePoint training, depending on course chosen, covers areas like document editing, using the SharePoint ribbon, and adding, deleting, and recovering documents. Document versioning is covered along with document checking out, document checking in, and the general working with version history.
SharePoint’s collaboration features are also covered SharePoint training offerings including discussion boards, alerts, blogs, wikis, announcements, calendars, surveys, and workspace sites.
Tagging and taxonomy sections of courses cover areas like social tagging, enterprise managed metadata, managed keywords, managed terms, metadata-driven navigation, and SharePoint managed metadata administration.
Publishing site templates, master pages, publishing sites with workflow is covered along with using the My Sites and personalization like SharePoint profiles, and overall site personalization.
Courses that include coverage of web parts cover areas like adding web parts to a page, built-in web parts such as lists, libraries, filters, forms, media, outlook web application, search, and social collaboration.
SharePoint customization is also covered in the respective SharePoint training courses including list customization, site customization, and custom forms.
SharePoint client applications are covered such as SharePoint connecting to client applications like Office, Outlook, and InfoPath.