The Complete SharePoint Portal Administration Course
(SPTUSER10, Live Instructor-Led Training, 2 days)


This popular SETC Certified course focuses on the use of SharePoint in a business environment and in response to specific operational requirements. The course begins with a high level discussion of SharePoint site architecture. This is followed by a thorough exploration of SharePoint lists and document libraries, which includes views, document versioning, document creation and authoring as well as the use of SharePoint workflows to implement complex document approval processes. The course concludes with a discussion on security planning and implementation and the use of SharePoint Designer to create and customise content.

Dates and Pricing

Jan 15 to Jan 16, 2018$1,150/person Feb 12 to Feb 13, 2018$1,150/person Mar 12 to Mar 13, 2018$1,150/person


SharePoint Introduction
The SharePoint User Interface
The Content-View Separation
SharePoint Server Architecture
Creating a SharePoint Site
About Customised and Uncustomised SharePoint Pages
Creating and Using Site Lists
Working with Lists
Working with Columns
About Site Content Types and Site Columns
Content Versioning
Content Approval
Data Validation
Creating and Using Views
Creating and Using Site Libraries
SharePoint Libraries
Content Versioning and Content Approval
The Document Library
Check-In and Check-Out
The Form Library and InfoPath
Customizing Site Pages and Using Web Parts
Creating a Web Pages
Working with Web Content
Web Parts
Minimizing, Closing and Deleting Web Parts
Editing Web Part Properties
Document Publishing Infra-Structure
SharePoint Security
The Technology of Security
The SharePoint Security Model
Permission Levels
SharePoint Groups
SharePoint Users
SharePoint Workflows
SharePoint 2007 Workflows Overview
SharePoint Workflow Essentials
Using Out-of-the-Box Workflows in SharePoint 2007
Adding a Workflow to Document Library
Working with SharePoint Designer
The SharePoint Designer Interface
Creating SharePoint Containers
Creating Workflow Associations
Creating Custom Workflows – The Basics