MOSS Forum

Ask Question   UnAnswered
Home » Forum » MOSS       RSS Feeds

looking for 2010 Training Solutions

  Date: Nov 01    Category: MOSS    Views: 598

we're trying to work up a budget to have someone come to Charlotte NC and
train myself and about 6 others using Sharepoint 2010. Mainly stuff like rights
admin, and new features. All of this audience are Webmasters with fairly
extensive experience with SPS2003, MOSS2007. We would need training for use with
our public facing publishing internet as well as our intranet.



8 Answers Found

Answer #1    Answered On: Nov 01    

Did you contact a local training provider?
They may be able to offer a customizable course for you.

Answer #2    Answered On: Nov 01    

I have been dissatisfied with some of the providers I have found locally in the
past. Not naming names. :))

Answer #3    Answered On: Nov 01    

Not getting off topic but it is true.

My training provider rotates their instructors from classroom to the field.

With that being said I have had custom provided training from people who like to
put those numbers at the end of their certification, that was bad so bad I
recommended not paying them and wanting them to run it again with a different

Answer #4    Answered On: Nov 01    

try MindSharp.com for sure.

i remember back in the day when Bleeker was teaching the basic classes. that guy
is intense in a good way. now he mostly does Dev stuff. Great trainer.

Answer #5    Answered On: Nov 01    

I second that - Bleeker did an awesome semi-customized week-long class
for us a few years ago.

Answer #6    Answered On: Nov 01    

Are you just looking for general pricing information? At Improving, we
charge about $1200/person for a public three-day class at our facility (
I can put you in touch with the right people to be sure; we also
custom dedicated classes.

Whether you decide to buy training from us or not, we'd be happy to put
some numbers together for you. Contact me offlist if you're interested.

Answer #7    Answered On: Nov 01    

I have had the best luck attending local SharePoint User groups and asking them
for input. They will hopefully know local places, and keep the money in your

Answer #8    Answered On: Nov 01    

at the very minimum you should at least have your Sharepoint Farm admins install
the Sharepoint 2010 Productivity Hub (SP1)...at least until you get a trainer.

Didn't find what you were looking for? Find more on looking for 2010 Training Solutions Or get search suggestion and latest updates.