SharePoint Course Details

Organizations use SharePoint to create websites. You can use it as a secure place to store, organize, share, and access information from almost any device. All you need is a web browser, such as Internet Explorer, Chrome, or Firefox.

Syllabus ::

Module I – Out of Box

Introduction to SharePoint

What is SharePoint?

Versions of SharePoint

Job Market and opportunities for growth in SharePoint

Web Application & Site Collection

What is Web Application?

Creating Web Application

What is Site Collection?

Creating Site Collection


What is Site?

Different Categories of Sites

Creating a Site

Document Library

What is Document Library?

Different Categories in Library

Creating a Document Library

Navigating through Library Tools in Ribbon

Navigating through Library Settings


What is List?

Different Categories in List

Creating a List

Navigating through List Tools in Ribbon

Navigating through List Settings

Web Parts

What is Web Part?

Different Categories in Web Part

Working with Web Parts

Site Settings

Look and Feel


Users and Permissions

Site Actions

Site Administration

Site Collection Administration

Site Columns
What is Site Column?

Creating a Site Column

Content Types

What is Content Type?

Creating a Content Type

Permissions & Audience Targeting

Different roles in SharePoint

Adding Users and creating Groups

Creating custom Permission Level

What is Audience Targeting

Applying Audience Targeting

Managed Metadata

What is MMS

Configuring MMS

Understanding Enterprise Taxonomy

Term Store

Term Set

Managed Term



Record Center

What is Record Center

Content Organizer

File Plan

In Place Records Management

Document ID

Information Management Policy

What is IMP

Creating Retention Policy

Document Sets

What is Document Set

Creating a Document Set


Understanding Search Architecture

Creating Search Scopes

Configuring Best Bets, Key Words, Filters


Why use an InfoPath Form

Creating Form and adding Form Controls

Ways of publishing InfoPath Form

Working with Rules and Views

InfoPath Form Web Part

Leveraging Visual Studio with InfoPath

SharePoint Designer

Exploring SharePoint Designer

Building Workflows using Designer

XSLT Data Views and Forms

Module II - Programming

SharePoint 2010 Object Model

Client Object Model

Programming with Lists and Libraries

Creating Lists, Site Columns and Content Types

Building custom Web Parts

Event Handlers

Workflows using Visual Studio

Business Connectivity Services

Business Intelligence

SharePoint Central Administration

SharePoint 2013 Features

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