SharePoint 2010 for Site Owners

SharePoint 2010 for Site Owners

Bascom Bridge’s SharePoint 2010 Site Owner training course teaches students the basics of collaborating in SharePoint 2010 using Contacts, Tasks, Links, Calendar, and document libraries. Attendees also learn to use social networking capabilities such as blogs and wikis as well as how to customize SharePoint 2010 for improved efficiency and productivity.



  • Understand SharePoint 2010 basics, including Components
  • Manage and customize Lists and Libraries
  • Create workflows
  • Work with Content Types, Web Parts, and Sites
  • Manage Users and Permissions for their sites
  • Use Sites and Workspaces
  • Work with Business Intelligence
  • Brand sites to enhance the user experience
  • Build solutions in SharePoint
  • Implement a Governance Framework
  • Optional objectives that can be swapped for other units in the course or added in a five-day course:
    • Work with social features
    • Manage forms and access services
    • Work with web content
    • Publish content on a Team Site
    • Manage records
    • Use Business Connectivity Services
    • Use Search in SharePoint 2010


Attendees should have experience using a Web browser and interacting with Web-based systems as well as hands-on experience with SharePoint 2010 from an end user perspective. Experience with Microsoft Office 2007 or later, as well as site owner experience with a previous version of SharePoint, is a plus, but not required.


All attendees receive a copy of Wrox’s Beginning SharePoint 2010: Building Business Solutions.


  • The class will need a central SharePoint 2010 server with a site set up for each user.
  • The student PCs should have:
    • Internet Explorer 9 or later
    • SharePoint Designer 2010 with the latest updates
    • Visio 2010 Premium
    • Office 2010 Professional Plus, with the latest updates.  Office Professional Plus includes InfoPath Designer and Filler. If no training on InfoPath is required, the Professional version of Office 2010 may be used.
  • During the process of scheduling the class, we will host a conference call with you to discuss setup options.
  • For classes delivered online, all participants need either dual monitors or a separate device logged into the online session so that they can do their work on one screen and watch the instructor on the other. A separate computer connected to a projector or large screen TV would be another way for students to see the instructor’s screen simultaneously with working on their own.


  • Introduction
  • Getting Started with Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010
    • Introducing SharePoint
    • What Is SharePoint 2010?
    • Comparing SharePoint Foundation and SharePoint Server
    • SharePoint Components Overview
  • Working with SharePoint Lists
    • Understanding List Elements
    • Discovering SharePoint List Column Types
    • Understanding the Standard List Templates
    • Working with Lists
  • Working with Libraries
    • Understanding Libraries and Documents
    • Understanding SharePoint Library Templates
  • Managing and Customizing Lists and Libraries
    • Creating an Environment That Reflects Your Business
    • Best Practices for Building a Dynamic System for Managing Content
    • Working with Columns
    • Creating and Customizing Views
    • Working with Custom Lists and Libraries
  • Working with Workflows
    • Understanding Workflows
    • Working with Workflow Templates
    • Creating Custom Workflow Solutions
    • Workflow Tasks and History
    • Office Client Integration
    • Workflow Administration
  • Working with Content Types
    • Content Types Overview
    • The Anatomy of a Content Type
    • Base Content Types
    • Managing Content Types
  • Working with Web Parts
    • Using Web Parts
    • About the Out-of-the-Box Web Parts
    • XSLT List View Web Parts
    • The Web Part Gallery
  • Sites and Workspaces
    • Site Collections and Sites
    • Managing Site Collections and Sites
    • Understanding the Templates
    • Creating Custom Templates
    • Working with Content Offline
  • Branding and the User Experience
    • Why Organizations Brand
    • Best Practices for Enhancing the User Experience
    • Changing the Site Logo
    • Working with Themes
    • Working with Master Pages
  • User Management, Audiences, and Profiles
    • Understanding User Access Management and Personalization
    • Managing Access in SharePoint
    • Understanding the Different Levels of Access in SharePoint
    • Understanding User Profiles
    • Working with Audiences
  • Business Intelligence and Insights
    • Getting Started
    • Excel Services Overview
    • Chart Web Part
    • Understanding Status Lists
    • Working with Visio Services
    • PerformancePoint Features
    • Getting Started
  • Implementing a Governance Framework
    • Governance Overview
    • Understanding the Pillars of a Governance Framework
    • Best Practices for Effectiveness
  • Conclusion
  • Optional topics that can be swapped for other units in the course or added in a five-day course:
    • Personalization and Social Networking
      • Personalization Overview
      • Understanding My Sites
      • Tagging and Note Boards
      • Manage Content Rating
      • Social Computing Web Parts
      • People Search
      • Blogs and Wikis
      • Understanding Audiences
      • The Outlook 2010 Social Connector
    • Forms Management
      • What Is InfoPath?
      • Creating and Customizing an InfoPath Form
      • Core Concepts
      • Working with Form Templates
      • Customizing a Form Template
      • Advanced Form-Publishing Options
    • Getting Started with Web Content Management
      • Web Content Management
      • Publishing Features Overview
      • Working with Variations
      • Page Layouts and Content Types
      • Understanding Document Conversion
      • Enabling Publishing on a Team Site
    • Records Management
      • What Is Records Management?
      • Implementing a Classification Plan
      • The Records Repository
      • Records Retention and Expiration
      • Holds
    • Business Connectivity Services
      • Configuring a BCS Application
      • Working with BCS
      • For the Administrator
      • Developing Custom Solutions for BCS
    • Working with Search
      • Understanding SharePoint Search
      • Working with Search
      • Search Services Configuration
      • Search Analytics

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  • Course No : SHPT-215
  •  Theory : 40%
  •  Lab : 60%
  • Duration : 24 hours
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