SharePoint Solutions’ four-day “InfoPath 2010/SharePoint Server 2010 No-Code Workflow Deep Dive” course will be held Aug. 7-10 in the Washington, DC area. The course provides students with an in-depth exploration of the automating of common business processes by creating digital forms in InfoPath 2010, and building SharePoint Server 2010 workflow solutions in SharePoint Designer 2010.
“InfoPath 2010 and SharePoint Server 2010 No-Code Workflow Deep Dive” is an intermediate-level course that takes SharePoint 2010 users through the basics of forms creation using InfoPath 2010 and workflow design in SharePoint Designer 2010. Then, beyond the basics, the course takes students further – leveraging the powerful advanced workflow features only available in the Standard Edition and Enterprise Edition of SharePoint Server 2010.
“My confidence level in working with SharePoint and InfoPath has jumped 110 %,” said Leslea Logan-Anderson, a senior information technology specialist who recently took the InfoPath course in Nashville.
“I would highly recommend this class to anyone who has to work with a program like InfoPath because there’s so much more to it than you think, than you know, than you’ve heard about,” she added.
“This powerful, sophisticated automation, which once required highly-trained programmers to attain, can now be accomplished by non-technical office workers through the use of InfoPath forms creation and SharePoint Designer’s menu-driven Workflow Designer – without ever having to write programming code,” said Ricky Spears, senior instructor and director of training for SharePoint Solutions. “These complex workflows then run in the SharePoint 2010 environment.