SharePoint® 2013 to 2016 End User Workflow Training in DC, or Belleveue-Seattle (Intermediate) -  Instructor Led Training

SharePoint® 2013 to 2016 End User Workflow Training in DC, or Belleveue-Seattle (Intermediate) - Instructor Led Training

Item# SPT13
SharePoint 2013 End User Workflow Training in DC, or Bellevee-Seattle (Intermediate) - Instructor Led Training This class consists of one day of SharePoint 2013 End User Intermediate Training with 2 days of Workflow Training Prerequisite: Beginner to Intermediate knowledge of SharePoint 2010 or SharePoint 2013.

This class is limited to 5 onsite trainees and 2 Live Video Conference (LVC) Trainees.

Because of the limitation on Class size, classes are usually planned 2- 6 weeks in advance. So if you see a training you want, please join now so you won't be disappointed later.

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Locations and Training Methods:

(1) Onsite: SmartPath LLC, 2018 156th Ave NE, Bellevue WA - Parking is free at this location. For directions: click here

(2) Onsite: SmartPath LLC, 1050 Connecticut Ave NW, 5th Floor, Suite 500, Washington, DC 20036. Click here for directions and DC Metro & Parking Information & Instructions

SharePoint 2013 Training Objectives

The project managers will learn and create a collaborative environment using SharePoint 2013. The following are the training objectives using hands-on learning:

1. Environment for Creating Effective Project Collaboration Site that contains:

A project Team Site
Contacts List
Announcements List
Tasks List
Issues List
Project Calendar
Status List

2. Incorporate change management using Workflows
3. Provide managers and stakeholders with visibility into the project using workflows
4. Sharing all project artifacts
5. Issue Resolutions
6. Change Requests
7. Calendars – internal & external
8. Knowledge exchange
9. Environment for building consensus

Knowledge Framework Pre-Requisites of End User SharePoint 2013 - You should know the following before taking this class

1. What is SharePoint 2013?
2. Functions (Collaboration, Interoperability, Platform)
3. User Types (Designer, Website Developer, Power User, End User)
4. User Interfaces (5 areas)
5. Structure
6. Capabilities
7. Site Collection and Sites
8. Hands-on practices

9. Creating a Team Site
10. Contacts List
11. Announcements List
12. Tasks List
13. Issues List
14. Calendar
15. Surveys
16. Status List
17. Editing Lists Contents

Class Outline Day 1 and 2

1. Workflow Manager
2. Workflow API
3. SharePoint Designer
4. Visio Professional
5. Initiating Workflows
6. Initiation Forms
7. Workflow association to the 1st day hands-on exercises
8. Workflow settings
9. Editing Workflows
10. Workflow Conditions
11. Workflow Actions
12. Hands-on Workflow Development in SharePoint 2013