O365 Site Collection Administrator Training

O365 and SharePoint Online Site Collection Administration Training Course

Duration – Four Days

Audience – This course is designed to take a novice user of SharePoint to full Site Collection Administration level of using and understanding SharePoint.

This is a FOUR DAY course covering all aspects users will require to work with SharePoint 2013, including manage, administrate and create SharePoint sites.

The course is instructor lead which will be delivered onsite using your own SharePoint system so the delegates get the most from their training and also they will gain experience from the environment they will be working with on a day to day basis.

This course in covers all areas of SharePoint End User Training, SharePoint Power User Training as well as the SharePoint 2013 Site Collection Training giving your staff all the knowledge they will need to work with the system that you have put in place.

Maximum number of delegates – 10

Module 1 – Introduction to SharePoint for Admins

1.1 – What is SharePoint and how does it work with Office365?
1.2 – SharePoint Versions and Licenses
1.3 – Connecting and Navigating
1.4 – SharePoint Terminology
1.5 – SharePoint Planning
1.6 – Strategy Overview

Module 2 – Sites, Sub-sites and Architecture

2.1 – SharePoint Architecture
2.2 – Creating a Team Site
2.3 – Creating Create a Blog
2.4 – Creating a Community Site
2.5 – Navigation
2.6 – Change the Look of SharePoint Sites
2.7 – Adding a Logo
2.8 – Manage Site Regional Settings
2.9 – Managing Site Features

Module 3 – Working with Pages and Web Parts

3.1 – SharePoint Page Types
3.1 – How to Create a New Page
3.3 – How to Edit Existing Pages
3.4 – Changing the Page Layout
3.5 – Adding Text to a Page
3.6 – Adding Images to a Page
3.7 – Adding App Parts to a Page
3.8 – Configuring Web Parts
3.9 – Using the Relevant Document Web Part
3.10 – How to Delete a Web Part from the Page

Module 4 – Using Library Apps

4.1 – Create a Document Library
4.2 – Uploading Documents
4.3 – Creating New Documents within SharePoint
4.4 – Document Properties
4.5 – Editing Documents
4.6 – Document Versioning
4.7 – Check-in and Check-out (controlling one version of truth)
4.8 – Content Approval
4.9 – Document Content Types
4.10 – Document Sets
4.11 – Deleting Documents and Document Recovery
4.12 – Create and use a Picture Library
4.13 – Sync your SharePoint Libraries to Office

Module 5 – Using List Apps

5.1 – Create Calendar List App
5.2 – Create Task List App
5.3 – Create Discussion Board List App
5.4 – Create Announcement List App
5.5 – Create Promoted Links List App
5.6 – Attach a Document to a List Item
5.7 – Import, Export List Data with Excel
5.8 – Creating and Build a Custom List App
5.9 – Sync SharePoint Apps to Outlook

Module 6 – Creating and Using Views

6.1 – Changing the default view of a List or Library App
6.2 – Creating a Sort view
6.3 – Creating a Filter view
6.4 – Creating a Custom Group by view

Module 7 – Workflows

7.1 – Understanding Workflow
7.2 – Activate Site Collection Workflow Feature
7.3 – Create and Configure the Approval Workflow
7.4 – Create and Configure a Flow for Automation and Processes
7.5 – Managing Workflows

Module 8 – Permissions

8.1 – Understanding SharePoint Permissions Levels and best practice of setting up permissions
8.2 – Creating a New SharePoint Group
8.3 – Adding Users to a Group
8.4 – Checking User Permissions
8.5 – Manage Site Permissions
8.6 – Managing List and Library Permissions
8.7 – Managing Individual Item and Document Permissions
8.8 – Re-Inheriting Permissions
8.9 – View Existing Permissions Levels
8.10 – Create new Permission Levels

Module 9 – Templates

9.1 – Creating List Templates
9.2 – How to find your List Template
9.3 – Creating Library Templates
9.4 – Creating Site Templates

Module 10 – Site Collection Policies

10.1 – Site Retention Policies
10.2 – Information Management Policies

Module 11

11.1 – Understanding Search in SharePoint
11.2 – Crawling Content
11.3 – Using Result Sources
11.4 – Using Query Rules
11.5 – Using the search web parts

Module 12 – Taxonomy and Metadata 

12.1 – What is Taxonomy and Folksonomy in SharePoint?
12.2 – Using the Managed Metadata Service
12.3 – Creating a Term Set
12.4 – Using the Managed Metadata Column

Module 13 – SharePoint and Delve

14.1 – What is Delve
14.2 – How SharePoint connects with Delve
14.3 – User profiles in Delve

Module 14 – SharePoint and OneDrive

15.1 – What is OneDrive and how can it work with SharePoint
15.2 – Sync OneDrive for Business to SharePoint Libraries

We are here to support you to make sure that your business has a smooth transition into the world of SharePoint.
To book your O365 training for Site Collection Administration contact a member of our training team on 01383 754674 or complete the enquiry form on the page. 

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