Microsoft SharePoint Training for End Users
Create a more productive team environment with our Microsoft SharePoint training for end users.
For site members or owners, on versions 2010, 2013 or 2016, we have the SharePoint course that’s right for you.
SharePoint is becoming the default application for collaboration within organizations. Learning to use it effectively leads to a more productive team environment and improvement of overall effectiveness.
Being part of the Microsoft Office suite, SharePoint seamlessly integrates with other Office Applications.
Microsoft SharePoint training from ctc TrainCanada is designed for employees with different organizational roles. For the IT professionals in your organization, we also offer SharePoint training for administrators and developers.
SharePoint Courses for End Users
Your Guide to SharePoint 2013 EssentialsDownload this Microsoft official Quick Reference Guide and get started with SharePoint 2013.
SharePoint End-User Training at Locations Across Canada –
Click on a city below for more information about directions to the nearest branch, business hours and local contact information to take a SharePoint course in your city –
Training Delivery Options –
ctc TrainCanada can deliver a SharePoint course to your end-users in one of three ways –
- In-class– Attend a publicly scheduled course in one of our 13 cross-Canada education centres.
- Virtual– Attend virtually from the comfort of home or office via our TrainLive technology.
- Team Training– Organize a private group session for your team. These can be customized and held at either your location or ours.
We know that no one has a perfect memory! ctc TrainCanada® offers students taking our public Desktop Application courses the opportunity to attend the same course again at no charge for up to one year after the original course date. Some restrictions apply. Contact us for complete details.
We Never Cancel Courses – At ctc TrainCanada® we take great pride in our ability to deliver your course without cancelling or rescheduling due to low enrollment. Desktop and graphic application courses only require one student to guarantee them to run.