Realdolmen Education


SharePoint 2016 for Site Owners Essentials

This course is currently not scheduled on the open calendar, but can be organized on request.

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1 day(s)


SharePoint Site Owners and Power Users or future Site Collection Administrators


Students must have strong SharePoint 2010-2016 end user skills or have attended the course "SharePoint 2016 for Information Workers", good Microsoft Office skills, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook.


After completing this course, students will be able to add and manage SharePoint list and libraries, and use wiki and web part pages. Students will be able to create sites with and without permission inheritance. They'll know how to change the site settings and the navigation. Finally students will be familiar with permissions on site, list and folder level.


Classroom training with a strong practical and hands-on approach.


This one day class is designed for SharePoint Site Owners and Power Users or future Site Collection Administrators who need to know how to create and manage SharePoint lists and libraries, how to use wiki and web part pages, and how to create sites, setting navigation and monitor site security.


  • Adding and configuring Lists & Libraries
    • SharePoint Lists and Libraries
    • Creating and deleting Lists and Libraries
    • Adding items and documents
    • Organizing Content Using Folders and Metadata
    • Adding Columns to Lists and Libraries
    • Creating List and Library Views
    • List and Library Settings
    • Other Libraries
  • Using Wiki & Web Part Pages
    • Wiki Pages
    • Web Part Pages
  • Creating Sites
    • SharePoint Structure
    • Site Collections and (sub)sites
    • Site templates
    • Creating Sites
    • Deleting sites
  • Site Settings & Navigation
    • Site Settings
    • Setting Navigation
    • Navigation do’s and don’ts
  • Permissions & Security
    • Governance
    • Creating SharePoint sites with unique permissions
    • Changing the existing security
      • On site level
      • On List and Library level
      • On folder level
    • Creating new SharePoint security groups
    • Checking Permissions
    • SharePoint Security Best Practices