SharePoint 2013 End User Master Course


If you want to give your End Users more knowledge of how to utilise SharePoint, the SharePoint 2013 End User Master Course is for you.  The course is geared towards people using a SharePoint environment as an intermediate user. During this course users are taken through the best practice ways of using and working within a SharePoint environment. This is a non-technical course. This SharePoint 2013 End User Master Course takes the end user to the next level of using SharePoint.

Prerequisites for attending this course: A good knowledge of Microsoft Office.

Duration – 3 day

Max number of delegates – 10

SharePoint 2013 End User Master Course

Module One – Introduction to SharePoint 2013

1.1 – Understanding SharePoint 2013
1.2 – Roles and Responsibilities in a SharePoint Environment
1.3 – Understanding a SharePoint site hierarchy
1.4 – Navigation of a SharePoint Environment
1.5 – Best practice on storing data in a SharePoint Environment

Module Two – Working with Documentation in a SharePoint Environment

2.1 –  Library app functions and navigation
2.2 – Uploading single documents into a document library
2.3 – Uploading multiple documents into a document library
2.4 – Adding metadata to an existing document in a library
2.5 – Connecting libraries to Microsoft Office
2.6 – Creating documentation directly within a SharePoint library
2.7 – Best practice of editing documents in a SharePoint library

  • Checking documents out
  • Checking documents in
  • Knowledge of discarding Check outs

2.8 – Understanding best practice of versioning in SharePoint

2.9 –  Sharing documents from a library via email
2.10 – Exporting library information into Microsoft Excel
2.11 – Understanding the recycle bin policies
2.12 – Deleting information from a library
2.13 – Retrieving information from the Site recycle bin

Module Three – Using the View functionality

3.1 – Introduction to ‘What are views?’ and how they can be used
3.2 – Creating a new view layout –

  • In a document library
  • In a List

3.3 – Creating a ‘Filter By’ view
3.4 – Collating data by creating a ‘Group By’ view
3.5 – How to modify an existing view
3.6 – How to remove an existing view

Module Four – Understanding and Using Document Sets

4.1 – Introduction into ‘What is a Document Set?’ ‘Why would you use them in SharePoint?’
4.2 – Creating a Document Set in a library
4.3 – Uploading data into a Document Set
4.4 – Creating documents in a Document Set

Module Five – Creation and Management of Alerts

5.1 – Introduction on Alert functionality
5.2 – Creating an Alert to track data in a library
5.3 – Creating an Alert to track changes on individual items
5.4 – Managing Alerts

Module Six – Understand the functions of List Apps

6.1 – Introduction into the List apps that are available in a SharePoint Environment.
6.2 – Using a Calendar App and its functionality in SharePoint
6.3 – Connecting a SharePoint Calendar to a Microsoft Outlook Calendar
6.4 – Using a Task App and understanding its functionality
6.5 – Syncing a SharePoint Task List App to Microsoft Outlook
6.6 – Understanding a Discussion Board
6.7 – Using the Announcement App on a SharePoint Site

Module Seven – Social SharePoint Functionality

7.1 – Introduction into Social SharePoint
7.2 – How to follow an item
7.3 – Tagging an Item with a custom key word
7.4 – Creating an item on a Note Board
7.5 – Rating items in a SharePoint Site

Module Eight – Structuring library apps in a SharePoint site

8.1 – Introduction into the various library app structures available in SharePoint
8.2 – Creating a document library app including-

  • Naming Convention best practice
  • Activating Version Control
  • Microsoft Office template activation

8.3 – Configuring versioning setting
8.4 – Manipulating the requirement for Forced Checkout
8.5 – Allowing the management of content types on a library app
8.6 – Activating Document sets in a library

Module Nine – Creating column structures

9.1 – Introduction into columns in a library/list app and how they can be utilised
9.2 – Building a Choice Column in a document library app
9.3 – Creating a Date Column
9.4 – Modifying an existing Column

Module Ten – Structuring List Apps in a SharePoint Site

10.1 – Introduction to the numerous List apps available in SharePoint
10.2 – Configuring an Out of the Box list app
10.3 – Creating a Custom List app structure including:

  • Custom column configuration
  • Creating a look up column and its functionality
  • Configuring custom views in the list

10.4 – Producing a custom list app by importing a spread sheet from Microsoft Excel

Module Eleven – Creating and Modifying Pages of a SharePoint Site

11.1 – Introduction to Site Pages and how they can be utilised in a SharePoint Site
11.2 – Editing a site page
11.3 – Changing the page template
11.4 – Adding a picture slide library webpart to a page
11.5 – Adding images to a site page
11.6 – Creating a Wiki Link on a page
11.7– How to create a new page

We are happy to discuss a tailored course if the above does not meet your exact requirements.  Our aim is to ensure all of our clients get the best experience from our training and our trainers.  Contact us now to discuss course dates or call our office on 0800 107 6362.
All courses are delivered onsite on client premises, unfortunately we do not offer public courses.