Breeze Training are conducting a few SharePoint courses in Melbourne, Sydney Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth and Canberra (all capital cities) in 2008 and early 2009.
Hands-on SharePoint 2007 End User Training for ‘Newbies’ (1 day workshop)
By the end of the day the new ‘End User’ is now a highly intelligent and efficient SharePoint user; building, customising and managing their own sites and would have even learnt some advanced publishing skills, where previously this would have been the role of a web designer.
Please note: this course is not suitable for SharePoint IT Professionals, developers or designers
SharePoint Team Leader Course (1 day)
This one day course is designed for the SharePoint Team Leaders, Site Champions or ‘SharePoint Evangelists’ managing a SharePoint site using SharePoint 2007.
This course is an ideal follow-on to the End User course.
Silverlight for SharePoint (3 days)
Students will get a thorough understanding of Silverlight 2.0, its constructs and runtime environment.
Students will compliment their already existing SharePoint knowledge by learning how to enhance a WSS/MOSS environment with Silverlight 2.0.
SharePoint Web Content Management (4 days)
This intensive 4-day course takes developers through the process of building and implementing content-centric websites on the SharePoint platform using the latest release: Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 (MOSS).
This four day, fast paced workshop is designed for IT Professionals and Developers needing effective skills transfer for the new products and technologies delivered with the next version of Microsoft Office 2007.
You will have the opportunity for ‘hands-on’ experience to Develop, Customise and Integrate solutions on the Office 2007 Platform.
Click on the title link to see the full details. Bookings and Registrations are via a “training partner” – Dimension Data Learning Solutions (DDLS)
Hope I can attend some of the above – especially the Silverlight + SharePoint – sounds like a great course.
Some great training material – so, get on-board with SharePoint, there’s no excuses now !
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