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Jan
7
Mon
SharePoint Online/2016 Power End User 4-Day Course, Canberra @ Cliftons Canberra
Jan 7 @ 9:30 am – Jan 10 @ 5:00 pm
SharePoint Online/2016 Power End User 4-Day Course, Canberra @ Cliftons Canberra | Canberra | ACT | AU

All dates and tickets are available at the bottom of this page…

Course: SP2016PEU

Duration: 4 Days

Microsoft Course: 55215

Overview

This course delivers the complete site owner story from start to finish in an engaging and practical way to ensure you have the confidence to plan and create new sites or manage your existing sites, whether you’re using SharePoint Online through Office 365, or SharePoint 2016 on-premises. Your goal is to learn how to make SharePoint relevant to your team by using a sites functionality to help you share information and collaborate with your colleagues. During the class you will also learn best practices and ‘what not to do’ as you watch live, interactive demonstrations and put theory into practice with hands on exercises.

Module List

* Module 1: Introduction to SharePoint

* Module 2: Finding Content

* Module 3: Working with Lists

* Module 4: Working with Libraries

* Module 5: Working with Publishing Features

* Module 6: Leveraging Social Content in the Business

* Module 7: Site Owner Responsibilities

* Module 8: Creating and Managing Sites

* Module 9: Permissions and Security

* Module 10: Adding and Configuring Apps (Pt. 1)

* Module 10: Adding & Configuring Apps (Pt. 2)

* Module 11: Adding & Managing Workflows

* Module 12: Creating & Managing Content Types

* Module 13: Document Lifecycle Management

* Module 14: Site Customisation


 

Click here for the full ‘SharePoint Online for Power Users’ course outline
Click here for the full ‘SharePoint 2016 for Power Users’ course outline
Jan
18
Fri
Office 365 Groups & Teams, 1-Day Course, Sydney @ Dynamic Web Training
Jan 18 @ 9:30 am – 5:00 pm
Office 365 Groups & Teams, 1-Day Course, Sydney @ Dynamic Web Training | North Sydney | NSW | AU

All dates and tickets are available at the bottom of this page…

Course Code: O365GRTM

Duration: 1 Day

Overview

Over many years, we have come to understand and love a suite of Microsoft products including products like Outlook and Excel; most of these products have been with us for over ten years and often make the work we do possible.

Office 365 has introduced a range of new products causing much excitement and more than a little confusion. This class will help you to understand two of these newer products, Office 365 Groups and Teams.

We cover the specific details of how to use Groups and Teams, while also looking at the bigger picture to help you understand how you might use them in the real world to improve the way you share files and communicate as a business.

Finally, we discuss the administration process for Groups and Teams, with a review of the management options including security and controlling who can use the tools.

Module 1: Office 365 the Bigger Picture

To provide context to the use and benefits of Office 365 Groups and Teams we need to start with a brief introduction to Office 365. Here we discuss the other major components of Office 365 including Mail, Skype for Business and SharePoint. By realising the limits of these we can start to understand the benefits of Groups and Teams.

* Overview Office 365

* Other communication tools in Office 365

* Browser, client and mobile apps

Module 2: Getting Started with Groups

Now we look at Office 365 Groups in detail, everything from who can create them to daily usage scenarios and limitations. Groups can be accessed from Outlook or a web browser so we will demonstrate both.

* What is a Group?

* Create a Group

* Delete a Group

* Browse Groups

* Use groups from Outlook and the web browsers

* Group Membership (Join and Leave)

* Conversations

* Email a Group

* Files and Notebook

* Planner

* Connectors

Module 3: Getting Started with Teams

Next we look at Teams in detail, again starting with how to create them and including specific usage scenarios. There is some overlap between Group and Teams so here we will focus on what is unique to Teams.

* What is a Team?

* Create a new Team

* Use Teams from the Browser and Client Tools

* Activity and Chat

* Channels and Tabs

* Meetings

* Files

* Delete a Team

Module 4: Groups vs Teams

During modules two and three you have seen how to use Office 365 Groups and Teams, next we compare the two tools to help you decide when it is appropriate to use each, based on criteria such as the type or work being performed and the experience of the users involved.

* Benefit of Office 365 Groups

* Benefit of Teams

* Business Scenarios for comparison

Module 5: Group and Team Administration

Now that you have seen how Groups and Teams are used, the final thing you need to know is how to manage them. This will include how to delete and monitor using Office 365 management tools. We will also discuss how to configure the administration setting to ensure Groups and Teams are optimised for your company.

* Office 365 Admin

* Delete a Group

Jan
31
Thu
Office 365 End User Essentials, 2-Day Course, Melbourne @ Dynamic Web Training
Jan 31 @ 9:30 am – Feb 1 @ 5:00 pm
Office 365 End User Essentials, 2-Day Course, Melbourne @ Dynamic Web Training | Melbourne | Victoria | AU

All dates and tickets are available at the bottom of this page…

Course Code: O365EU

Duration: 2 Days

Audience: End Users

Overview

This 2-day course provides detailed hands-on experience for organisations looking to make a smooth transition to Office 365. The course explains what Office 365 is, and how it will benefit individuals and the company as a whole. The course removes the mystery of Office 365, showing practical uses for all of the key Office 365 components, from SharePoint Online to Delve.

Prerequisites

You do not need a prior knowledge of Office 365 to attend this course, however experience with the Microsoft Office suite would be advantageous.

Module List

  • Module 1: Introducing Office 365
  • Module 2: Getting Started with Office 365
  • Module 3: Office 365 Social
  • Module 4: Working with Office Documents and Videos
  • Module 5: Using Outlook, Yammer and Teams
  • Module 6: SharePoint Basics

Click here for the full course outline

 

Feb
8
Fri
Office 365 Groups & Teams, 1-Day Course, Canberra @ Cliftons Canberra
Feb 8 @ 9:30 am – 5:00 pm
Office 365 Groups & Teams, 1-Day Course, Canberra @ Cliftons Canberra | Canberra | ACT | AU

All dates and tickets are available at the bottom of this page…

Course Code: O365GRTM

Duration: 1 Day

Overview

Over many years, we have come to understand and love a suite of Microsoft products including products like Outlook and Excel; most of these products have been with us for over ten years and often make the work we do possible.

Office 365 has introduced a range of new products causing much excitement and more than a little confusion. This class will help you to understand two of these newer products, Office 365 Groups and Teams.

We cover the specific details of how to use Groups and Teams, while also looking at the bigger picture to help you understand how you might use them in the real world to improve the way you share files and communicate as a business.

Finally, we discuss the administration process for Groups and Teams, with a review of the management options including security and controlling who can use the tools.

Module 1: Office 365 the Bigger Picture

To provide context to the use and benefits of Office 365 Groups and Teams we need to start with a brief introduction to Office 365. Here we discuss the other major components of Office 365 including Mail, Skype for Business and SharePoint. By realising the limits of these we can start to understand the benefits of Groups and Teams.

* Overview Office 365

* Other communication tools in Office 365

* Browser, client and mobile apps

Module 2: Getting Started with Groups

Now we look at Office 365 Groups in detail, everything from who can create them to daily usage scenarios and limitations. Groups can be accessed from Outlook or a web browser so we will demonstrate both.

* What is a Group?

* Create a Group

* Delete a Group

* Browse Groups

* Use groups from Outlook and the web browsers

* Group Membership (Join and Leave)

* Conversations

* Email a Group

* Files and Notebook

* Planner

* Connectors

Module 3: Getting Started with Teams

Next we look at Teams in detail, again starting with how to create them and including specific usage scenarios. There is some overlap between Group and Teams so here we will focus on what is unique to Teams.

* What is a Team?

* Create a new Team

* Use Teams from the Browser and Client Tools

* Activity and Chat

* Channels and Tabs

* Meetings

* Files

* Delete a Team

Module 4: Groups vs Teams

During modules two and three you have seen how to use Office 365 Groups and Teams, next we compare the two tools to help you decide when it is appropriate to use each, based on criteria such as the type or work being performed and the experience of the users involved.

* Benefit of Office 365 Groups

* Benefit of Teams

* Business Scenarios for comparison

Module 5: Group and Team Administration

Now that you have seen how Groups and Teams are used, the final thing you need to know is how to manage them. This will include how to delete and monitor using Office 365 management tools. We will also discuss how to configure the administration setting to ensure Groups and Teams are optimised for your company.

* Office 365 Admin

* Delete a Group

Feb
11
Mon
Microsoft PowerApps, 2-Day Course, Melbourne @ Dynamic Web Training
Feb 11 @ 9:30 am – Feb 12 @ 5:00 pm
Microsoft PowerApps, 2-Day Course, Melbourne @ Dynamic Web Training | Melbourne | Victoria | AU

All dates and tickets are available at the bottom of this page…

Course Code: MSPOWAP
Duration: 2 Days
Audience: End-users & Developers

Overview

This course delivers an instructor-led breakdown of Microsoft PowerApps. Students will be taught how to design, test and publish new applications that work with a variety of data sources. We will take users through a selection of well-crafted lessons to help them build new applications for their business.

Audience

This class has something for everything, from beginners who wish to customise their data entry forms in SharePoint right up to advanced users who need to use advanced formulas to deliver more bespoke actions to their applications.

Prerequisites

Delegates should have prior experience of using Office 365, including working with Excel data sources and formulas, OneDrive, and SharePoint lists to a reasonably advanced level. We recommend taking a look at the following courses:

Module List

  • Module 1: An Introduction to Microsoft PowerApps
  • Module 2: Getting Started with PowerApps
  • Module 3: Branding and Media
  • Module 4: PowerApps Controls
  • Module 5: Data Sources and Logic
  • Module 6: Model-Driven Apps
  • Module 7: PowerApps Integration
  • Module 8: Administration and Maintenance

Click here for the full course outline

 

Feb
13
Wed
Microsoft Flow, 1-Day Course, Melbourne @ Dynamic Web Training
Feb 13 @ 9:30 am – 5:00 pm
Microsoft Flow, 1-Day Course, Melbourne @ Dynamic Web Training | Melbourne | Victoria | AU

All dates and tickets are available at the bottom of this page…

Course Code: MSFLOW
Duration: 1 Day
Audience: End-users & Developers

Overview

This course delivers an instructor-led product showcase for Microsoft Flow from start to finish in an engaging and practical way. Flow is a diverse product, turning business processes into automated, consistent and visual workflows. Flow is designed to interweave the various products in Office 365 as well as connect to other on-premises and web-based solutions. This course will give you the confidence to select the right actions and workflow logic for your business workflows.

Audience

The intended audience for this course would be those who have been using Office 365 for some time and are now looking at optimising their existing business processes and designing new ones.

Prerequisites

Delegates should have prior experience of using Office 365, including working with OneDrive, SharePoint lists & libraries, and content approval processes to a reasonably advanced level. We recommend taking a look at the following courses:

 Module List

  • Module 1: An Introduction to Microsoft Flow
  • Module 2: Getting Started with Workflows
  • Module 3: Flow Logic
  • Module 4: Integration
  • Module 5: The Mobile App
  • Module 6: Administration and Maintenance

Click here for the full course outline
Feb
15
Fri
SharePoint Online Site Collection Admnistrator, Online Course
Feb 15 @ 9:30 am – 4:30 pm
SharePoint Online Site Collection Admnistrator, Online Course

Overview

This course builds on knowledge gained through our SharePoint for Power Users course, taking attendees through the key aspects involved in successfully managing SharePoint Site Collections.

Prerequisites

This course is aimed at delegates that have completed the SharePoint for Power Users course or have previous equivalent experience with SharePoint Online or on-premises versions of SharePoint. The course is designed for Power Users who will be managing top-level Sites within SharePoint Online (Office 365).

Module 1: Introduction to Site Collection Administration

This module introduces Site Collections within a SharePoint Online deployment, the topology of SharePoint Sites, and discusses the importance of site model planning. The module also overviews the agenda for the rest of the course.

  • Course overview and agenda
  • Introduction to Site Collections for SharePoint Online
  • Site Collection Administrative Tools

Module 2: General Tools and Options

Site Collection Administrators, as part of the initial design, need to configure general options and settings such as consistent navigation, Recycle bin settings, activating features, managing templates, uploading user solutions, and creating help options.

  • General Options
  • Navigation Options
  • Managing the Galleries
  • Help Collections
  • Site Collection Upgrade

Module 3: Content Management

SharePoint Online provides Site Collection Administrators with many tools to manage content, such as content publishing, caching and Managed Metadata and Taxonomy.

  • Web Content Publishing
  • Master Page Gallery
  • Output caching and cache profiles
  • Variations
  • Content and Structure
  • Term Store Management
  • Entering Managed Metadata

Module 4: Search Settings

Search in SharePoint Online provides Site Collection Administrators with more options enabling them to exercise more control over search results. This allows the administrator to configure Search to align with the needs and culture of the people using the SharePoint sites.

  • Introduction to Search
  • Understanding Search Schema
  • Create and Manage Result Sources
  • Manage Result Types
  • Manage Search Settings
  • Search Center Sites

Module 5: Policies and Auditing

SharePoint Online has many options for maintaining governance with regards to controlling the lifecycle of documents and items within Lists, as well as configuring Auditing options for logging specific actions taken on content for legal compliance reporting. In SharePoint 2013, there is now the possibility to create Site Policies, allowing administrators to manage the retention and deletion of sites.

  • Introduction to Site Collection Policies
  • Create Site collection Policies
  • Site Collection Content Type Policies
  • Export and Import Site Collection Policies
  • Modify Site Collection Policy Settings
  • Site Policies
  • Auditing
Feb
18
Mon
SharePoint Online/2016 Power End User 4-Day Course, Melbourne @ Dynamic Web Training
Feb 18 @ 9:30 am – Feb 21 @ 5:00 pm
SharePoint Online/2016 Power End User 4-Day Course, Melbourne @ Dynamic Web Training | Melbourne | Victoria | AU
All dates and tickets are available at the bottom of this page…

Course: SP2016PEU

Duration: 4 Days

Microsoft Course: 55215

Overview

This course delivers the complete site owner story from start to finish in an engaging and practical way to ensure you have the confidence to plan and create new sites or manage your existing sites, whether you’re using SharePoint Online through Office 365, or SharePoint 2016 on-premises. Your goal is to learn how to make SharePoint relevant to your team by using a sites functionality to help you share information and collaborate with your colleagues. During the class you will also learn best practices and ‘what not to do’ as you watch live, interactive demonstrations and put theory into practice with hands on exercises.

Module List

* Module 1: Introduction to SharePoint

* Module 2: Finding Content

* Module 3: Working with Lists

* Module 4: Working with Libraries

* Module 5: Working with Publishing Features

* Module 6: Leveraging Social Content in the Business

* Module 7: Site Owner Responsibilities

* Module 8: Creating and Managing Sites

* Module 9: Permissions and Security

* Module 10: Adding and Configuring Apps (Pt. 1)

* Module 10: Adding & Configuring Apps (Pt. 2)

* Module 11: Adding & Managing Workflows

* Module 12: Creating & Managing Content Types

* Module 13: Document Lifecycle Management

* Module 14: Site Customisation


 

Click here for the full ‘SharePoint Online for Power Users’ course outline
Click here for the full ‘SharePoint 2016 for Power Users’ course outline
Feb
26
Tue
Microsoft PowerApps, 2-Day Course, Perth @ Cliftons Perth
Feb 26 @ 9:30 am – Feb 27 @ 5:00 pm
Microsoft PowerApps, 2-Day Course, Perth @ Cliftons Perth | Perth | Western Australia | AU

All dates and tickets are available at the bottom of this page…

Course Code: MSPOWAP
Duration: 2 Days
Audience: End-users & Developers

Overview

This course delivers an instructor-led breakdown of Microsoft PowerApps. Students will be taught how to design, test and publish new applications that work with a variety of data sources. We will take users through a selection of well-crafted lessons to help them build new applications for their business.

Audience

This class has something for everything, from beginners who wish to customise their data entry forms in SharePoint right up to advanced users who need to use advanced formulas to deliver more bespoke actions to their applications.

Prerequisites

Delegates should have prior experience of using Office 365, including working with Excel data sources and formulas, OneDrive, and SharePoint lists to a reasonably advanced level. We recommend taking a look at the following courses:

Module List

  • Module 1: An Introduction to Microsoft PowerApps
  • Module 2: Getting Started with PowerApps
  • Module 3: Branding and Media
  • Module 4: PowerApps Controls
  • Module 5: Data Sources and Logic
  • Module 6: Model-Driven Apps
  • Module 7: PowerApps Integration
  • Module 8: Administration and Maintenance

Click here for the full course outline

 

Feb
28
Thu
Microsoft Flow, 1-Day Course, Perth @ Cliftons Perth
Feb 28 @ 9:30 am – 5:00 pm
Microsoft Flow, 1-Day Course, Perth @ Cliftons Perth | Perth | Western Australia | AU

All dates and tickets are available at the bottom of this page…

Course Code: MSFLOW
Duration: 1 Day
Audience: End-users & Developers

Overview

This course delivers an instructor-led product showcase for Microsoft Flow from start to finish in an engaging and practical way. Flow is a diverse product, turning business processes into automated, consistent and visual workflows. Flow is designed to interweave the various products in Office 365 as well as connect to other on-premises and web-based solutions. This course will give you the confidence to select the right actions and workflow logic for your business workflows.

Audience

The intended audience for this course would be those who have been using Office 365 for some time and are now looking at optimising their existing business processes and designing new ones.

Prerequisites

Delegates should have prior experience of using Office 365, including working with OneDrive, SharePoint lists & libraries, and content approval processes to a reasonably advanced level. We recommend taking a look at the following courses:

 Module List

  • Module 1: An Introduction to Microsoft Flow
  • Module 2: Getting Started with Workflows
  • Module 3: Flow Logic
  • Module 4: Integration
  • Module 5: The Mobile App
  • Module 6: Administration and Maintenance

Click here for the full course outline
Mar
4
Mon
SharePoint Online/2016 Power End User 4-Day Course, Adelaide @ Cliftons Adelaide
Mar 4 @ 9:30 am – Mar 7 @ 5:00 pm
SharePoint Online/2016 Power End User 4-Day Course, Adelaide @ Cliftons Adelaide | Adelaide | South Australia | AU

All dates and tickets are available at the bottom of this page…

Course: SP2016PEU

Duration: 4 Days

Microsoft Course: 55215

Overview

This course delivers the complete site owner story from start to finish in an engaging and practical way to ensure you have the confidence to plan and create new sites or manage your existing sites, whether you’re using SharePoint Online through Office 365, or SharePoint 2016 on-premises. Your goal is to learn how to make SharePoint relevant to your team by using a sites functionality to help you share information and collaborate with your colleagues. During the class you will also learn best practices and ‘what not to do’ as you watch live, interactive demonstrations and put theory into practice with hands on exercises.

Module List

* Module 1: Introduction to SharePoint

* Module 2: Finding Content

* Module 3: Working with Lists

* Module 4: Working with Libraries

* Module 5: Working with Publishing Features

* Module 6: Leveraging Social Content in the Business

* Module 7: Site Owner Responsibilities

* Module 8: Creating and Managing Sites

* Module 9: Permissions and Security

* Module 10: Adding and Configuring Apps (Pt. 1)

* Module 10: Adding & Configuring Apps (Pt. 2)

* Module 11: Adding & Managing Workflows

* Module 12: Creating & Managing Content Types

* Module 13: Document Lifecycle Management

* Module 14: Site Customisation


 

Click here for the full ‘SharePoint Online for Power Users’ course outline
Click here for the full ‘SharePoint 2016 for Power Users’ course outline
Mar
8
Fri
Office 365 Groups & Teams, 1-Day Course, Adelaide @ Cliftons Adelaide
Mar 8 @ 9:30 am – 5:00 pm
Office 365 Groups & Teams, 1-Day Course, Adelaide @ Cliftons Adelaide | Adelaide | South Australia | AU

All dates and tickets are available at the bottom of this page…

Course Code: O365GRTM

Duration: 1 Day

Overview

Over many years, we have come to understand and love a suite of Microsoft products including products like Outlook and Excel; most of these products have been with us for over ten years and often make the work we do possible.

Office 365 has introduced a range of new products causing much excitement and more than a little confusion. This class will help you to understand two of these newer products, Office 365 Groups and Teams.

We cover the specific details of how to use Groups and Teams, while also looking at the bigger picture to help you understand how you might use them in the real world to improve the way you share files and communicate as a business.

Finally, we discuss the administration process for Groups and Teams, with a review of the management options including security and controlling who can use the tools.

Module 1: Office 365 the Bigger Picture

To provide context to the use and benefits of Office 365 Groups and Teams we need to start with a brief introduction to Office 365. Here we discuss the other major components of Office 365 including Mail, Skype for Business and SharePoint. By realising the limits of these we can start to understand the benefits of Groups and Teams.

* Overview Office 365

* Other communication tools in Office 365

* Browser, client and mobile apps

Module 2: Getting Started with Groups

Now we look at Office 365 Groups in detail, everything from who can create them to daily usage scenarios and limitations. Groups can be accessed from Outlook or a web browser so we will demonstrate both.

* What is a Group?

* Create a Group

* Delete a Group

* Browse Groups

* Use groups from Outlook and the web browsers

* Group Membership (Join and Leave)

* Conversations

* Email a Group

* Files and Notebook

* Planner

* Connectors

Module 3: Getting Started with Teams

Next we look at Teams in detail, again starting with how to create them and including specific usage scenarios. There is some overlap between Group and Teams so here we will focus on what is unique to Teams.

* What is a Team?

* Create a new Team

* Use Teams from the Browser and Client Tools

* Activity and Chat

* Channels and Tabs

* Meetings

* Files

* Delete a Team

Module 4: Groups vs Teams

During modules two and three you have seen how to use Office 365 Groups and Teams, next we compare the two tools to help you decide when it is appropriate to use each, based on criteria such as the type or work being performed and the experience of the users involved.

* Benefit of Office 365 Groups

* Benefit of Teams

* Business Scenarios for comparison

Module 5: Group and Team Administration

Now that you have seen how Groups and Teams are used, the final thing you need to know is how to manage them. This will include how to delete and monitor using Office 365 management tools. We will also discuss how to configure the administration setting to ensure Groups and Teams are optimised for your company.

* Office 365 Admin

* Delete a Group

Mar
14
Thu
Office 365 End User Essentials, 2-Day Course, Brisbane @ Cliftons Brisbane
Mar 14 @ 9:30 am – Mar 15 @ 5:00 pm
Office 365 End User Essentials, 2-Day Course, Brisbane @ Cliftons Brisbane | Brisbane | Queensland | AU

All dates and tickets are available at the bottom of this page…

Course Code: O365EU

Duration: 2 Days

Audience: End Users

Overview

This 2-day course provides detailed hands-on experience for organisations looking to make a smooth transition to Office 365. The course explains what Office 365 is, and how it will benefit individuals and the company as a whole. The course removes the mystery of Office 365, showing practical uses for all of the key Office 365 components, from SharePoint Online to Delve.

Prerequisites

You do not need a prior knowledge of Office 365 to attend this course, however experience with the Microsoft Office suite would be advantageous.

Module List

  • Module 1: Introducing Office 365
  • Module 2: Getting Started with Office 365
  • Module 3: Office 365 Social
  • Module 4: Working with Office Documents and Videos
  • Module 5: Using Outlook, Yammer and Teams
  • Module 6: SharePoint Basics

Click here for the full course outline

 

Mar
18
Mon
Office 365 End User Essentials, 2-Day Course, Sydney @ Dynamic Web Training
Mar 18 @ 9:30 am – Mar 19 @ 5:00 pm
Office 365 End User Essentials, 2-Day Course, Sydney @ Dynamic Web Training | North Sydney | NSW | AU

All dates and tickets are available at the bottom of this page…

Course Code: O365EU

Duration: 2 Days

Audience: End Users

Overview

This 2-day course provides detailed hands-on experience for organisations looking to make a smooth transition to Office 365. The course explains what Office 365 is, and how it will benefit individuals and the company as a whole. The course removes the mystery of Office 365, showing practical uses for all of the key Office 365 components, from SharePoint Online to Delve.

Prerequisites

You do not need a prior knowledge of Office 365 to attend this course, however experience with the Microsoft Office suite would be advantageous.

Module List

  • Module 1: Introducing Office 365
  • Module 2: Getting Started with Office 365
  • Module 3: Office 365 Social
  • Module 4: Working with Office Documents and Videos
  • Module 5: Using Outlook, Yammer and Teams
  • Module 6: SharePoint Basics

Click here for the full course outline

 

Apr
12
Fri
Office 365 Groups & Teams, 1-Day Course, Brisbane @ Cliftons Brisbane
Apr 12 @ 9:30 am – 5:00 pm
Office 365 Groups & Teams, 1-Day Course, Brisbane @ Cliftons Brisbane | Brisbane | Queensland | AU

All dates and tickets are available at the bottom of this page…

Course Code: O365GRTM

Duration: 1 Day

Overview

Over many years, we have come to understand and love a suite of Microsoft products including products like Outlook and Excel; most of these products have been with us for over ten years and often make the work we do possible.

Office 365 has introduced a range of new products causing much excitement and more than a little confusion. This class will help you to understand two of these newer products, Office 365 Groups and Teams.

We cover the specific details of how to use Groups and Teams, while also looking at the bigger picture to help you understand how you might use them in the real world to improve the way you share files and communicate as a business.

Finally, we discuss the administration process for Groups and Teams, with a review of the management options including security and controlling who can use the tools.

Module 1: Office 365 the Bigger Picture

To provide context to the use and benefits of Office 365 Groups and Teams we need to start with a brief introduction to Office 365. Here we discuss the other major components of Office 365 including Mail, Skype for Business and SharePoint. By realising the limits of these we can start to understand the benefits of Groups and Teams.

* Overview Office 365

* Other communication tools in Office 365

* Browser, client and mobile apps

Module 2: Getting Started with Groups

Now we look at Office 365 Groups in detail, everything from who can create them to daily usage scenarios and limitations. Groups can be accessed from Outlook or a web browser so we will demonstrate both.

* What is a Group?

* Create a Group

* Delete a Group

* Browse Groups

* Use groups from Outlook and the web browsers

* Group Membership (Join and Leave)

* Conversations

* Email a Group

* Files and Notebook

* Planner

* Connectors

Module 3: Getting Started with Teams

Next we look at Teams in detail, again starting with how to create them and including specific usage scenarios. There is some overlap between Group and Teams so here we will focus on what is unique to Teams.

* What is a Team?

* Create a new Team

* Use Teams from the Browser and Client Tools

* Activity and Chat

* Channels and Tabs

* Meetings

* Files

* Delete a Team

Module 4: Groups vs Teams

During modules two and three you have seen how to use Office 365 Groups and Teams, next we compare the two tools to help you decide when it is appropriate to use each, based on criteria such as the type or work being performed and the experience of the users involved.

* Benefit of Office 365 Groups

* Benefit of Teams

* Business Scenarios for comparison

Module 5: Group and Team Administration

Now that you have seen how Groups and Teams are used, the final thing you need to know is how to manage them. This will include how to delete and monitor using Office 365 management tools. We will also discuss how to configure the administration setting to ensure Groups and Teams are optimised for your company.

* Office 365 Admin

* Delete a Group

Apr
15
Mon
Microsoft PowerApps, 2-Day Course, Canberra @ Cliftons Canberra
Apr 15 @ 9:30 am – Apr 16 @ 5:00 pm
Microsoft PowerApps, 2-Day Course, Canberra @ Cliftons Canberra | Canberra | ACT | AU

All dates and tickets are available at the bottom of this page…

Course Code: MSPOWAP
Duration: 2 Days
Audience: End-users & Developers

Overview

This course delivers an instructor-led breakdown of Microsoft PowerApps. Students will be taught how to design, test and publish new applications that work with a variety of data sources. We will take users through a selection of well-crafted lessons to help them build new applications for their business.

Audience

This class has something for everything, from beginners who wish to customise their data entry forms in SharePoint right up to advanced users who need to use advanced formulas to deliver more bespoke actions to their applications.

Prerequisites

Delegates should have prior experience of using Office 365, including working with Excel data sources and formulas, OneDrive, and SharePoint lists to a reasonably advanced level. We recommend taking a look at the following courses:

Module List

  • Module 1: An Introduction to Microsoft PowerApps
  • Module 2: Getting Started with PowerApps
  • Module 3: Branding and Media
  • Module 4: PowerApps Controls
  • Module 5: Data Sources and Logic
  • Module 6: Model-Driven Apps
  • Module 7: PowerApps Integration
  • Module 8: Administration and Maintenance

Click here for the full course outline

 

Apr
17
Wed
Microsoft Flow, 1-Day Course, Canberra @ Cliftons Canberra
Apr 17 @ 9:30 am – 5:00 pm
Microsoft Flow, 1-Day Course, Canberra @ Cliftons Canberra | Canberra | ACT | AU

All dates and tickets are available at the bottom of this page…

Course Code: MSFLOW
Duration: 1 Day
Audience: End-users & Developers

Overview

This course delivers an instructor-led product showcase for Microsoft Flow from start to finish in an engaging and practical way. Flow is a diverse product, turning business processes into automated, consistent and visual workflows. Flow is designed to interweave the various products in Office 365 as well as connect to other on-premises and web-based solutions. This course will give you the confidence to select the right actions and workflow logic for your business workflows.

Audience

The intended audience for this course would be those who have been using Office 365 for some time and are now looking at optimising their existing business processes and designing new ones.

Prerequisites

Delegates should have prior experience of using Office 365, including working with OneDrive, SharePoint lists & libraries, and content approval processes to a reasonably advanced level. We recommend taking a look at the following courses:

 Module List

  • Module 1: An Introduction to Microsoft Flow
  • Module 2: Getting Started with Workflows
  • Module 3: Flow Logic
  • Module 4: Integration
  • Module 5: The Mobile App
  • Module 6: Administration and Maintenance

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Apr
29
Mon
Office 365 End User Essentials, 2-Day Course, Adelaide @ Cliftons Adelaide
Apr 29 @ 9:30 am – Apr 30 @ 5:00 pm
Office 365 End User Essentials, 2-Day Course, Adelaide @ Cliftons Adelaide | Adelaide | South Australia | AU

All dates and tickets are available at the bottom of this page…

Course Code: O365EU

Duration: 2 Days

Audience: End Users

Overview

This 2-day course provides detailed hands-on experience for organisations looking to make a smooth transition to Office 365. The course explains what Office 365 is, and how it will benefit individuals and the company as a whole. The course removes the mystery of Office 365, showing practical uses for all of the key Office 365 components, from SharePoint Online to Delve.

Prerequisites

You do not need a prior knowledge of Office 365 to attend this course, however experience with the Microsoft Office suite would be advantageous.

Module List

  • Module 1: Introducing Office 365
  • Module 2: Getting Started with Office 365
  • Module 3: Office 365 Social
  • Module 4: Working with Office Documents and Videos
  • Module 5: Using Outlook, Yammer and Teams
  • Module 6: SharePoint Basics

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May
1
Wed
Microsoft PowerApps, 2-Day Course, Adelaide @ Cliftons Adelaide
May 1 @ 9:30 am – May 2 @ 5:00 pm
Microsoft PowerApps, 2-Day Course, Adelaide @ Cliftons Adelaide | Adelaide | South Australia | AU

All dates and tickets are available at the bottom of this page…

Course Code: MSPOWAP
Duration: 2 Days
Audience: End-users & Developers

Overview

This course delivers an instructor-led breakdown of Microsoft PowerApps. Students will be taught how to design, test and publish new applications that work with a variety of data sources. We will take users through a selection of well-crafted lessons to help them build new applications for their business.

Audience

This class has something for everything, from beginners who wish to customise their data entry forms in SharePoint right up to advanced users who need to use advanced formulas to deliver more bespoke actions to their applications.

Prerequisites

Delegates should have prior experience of using Office 365, including working with Excel data sources and formulas, OneDrive, and SharePoint lists to a reasonably advanced level. We recommend taking a look at the following courses:

Module List

  • Module 1: An Introduction to Microsoft PowerApps
  • Module 2: Getting Started with PowerApps
  • Module 3: Branding and Media
  • Module 4: PowerApps Controls
  • Module 5: Data Sources and Logic
  • Module 6: Model-Driven Apps
  • Module 7: PowerApps Integration
  • Module 8: Administration and Maintenance

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May
3
Fri
Microsoft Flow, 1-Day Course, Adelaide @ Cliftons Adelaide
May 3 @ 9:30 am – 5:00 pm
Microsoft Flow, 1-Day Course, Adelaide @ Cliftons Adelaide | Adelaide | South Australia | AU

All dates and tickets are available at the bottom of this page…

Course Code: MSFLOW
Duration: 1 Day
Audience: End-users & Developers

Overview

This course delivers an instructor-led product showcase for Microsoft Flow from start to finish in an engaging and practical way. Flow is a diverse product, turning business processes into automated, consistent and visual workflows. Flow is designed to interweave the various products in Office 365 as well as connect to other on-premises and web-based solutions. This course will give you the confidence to select the right actions and workflow logic for your business workflows.

Audience

The intended audience for this course would be those who have been using Office 365 for some time and are now looking at optimising their existing business processes and designing new ones.

Prerequisites

Delegates should have prior experience of using Office 365, including working with OneDrive, SharePoint lists & libraries, and content approval processes to a reasonably advanced level. We recommend taking a look at the following courses:

 Module List

  • Module 1: An Introduction to Microsoft Flow
  • Module 2: Getting Started with Workflows
  • Module 3: Flow Logic
  • Module 4: Integration
  • Module 5: The Mobile App
  • Module 6: Administration and Maintenance

Click here for the full course outline