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SharePoint-Videos.com and Critical Path Training Announce a Partnership Providing SharePoint Full Life-Cycle Training at SPC on Monday March 3 at 12:00, Booth #733
Plainfield, IL (PRWEB) February 21, 2014
On Monday, March 3, 2014 at 12:00 Noon at the SharePoint Conference, Booth # 733 SharePoint-Videos.com (SPVideos) and Critical Path Training will announce a new exciting partnership providing full life-cycle training to SharePoint users. There will also be a raffle with exciting prizes, including free training, for those who attend.
Critical Path Training and SPVideos together now offer full life-cycle training for SharePoint users. The two-prong training approach delivers the best results for SharePoint users to learn and retain the knowledge delivered through training sessions.
Here's how it works:
1) Critical Path Training delivers live, instructor-led SharePoint training via hands-on or web-based instruction led by Microsoft MVPs and SharePoint experts.
2) SPVideos provides on-going support to users following their in-depth training via end user support delivered through a SharePoint Help tab in the SharePoint ribbon.
This combination of instructor-led training and follow-up support helps SharePoint users retain knowledge by giving them the ability to reiterate the concepts learned in the classroom with in-context, on-demand help easily accessed through the SharePoint ribbon. These support documents include: screenshots, video tutorials, reference documents, and custom take-away materials from Critical Path Training classes, future training schedules, and more.
"Although in-person training is often the best way to teach a complex topic, students can only absorb so much in a one-week session," explains Asif Rehmani, SPVideos. "This is why the follow-up support documents help students retain knowledge as they are able to reinforce the concepts learned in the classroom on their own time."
According to Marshall Butler, Critical Path Training, Students are exposed to a huge amount of content in a Critical Path Training class. By providing a channel for them to continue learning after they return to the office while performing real world tasks is an ideal way to ensure they master needed skills.
Please join us on Monday, March 3, 2014 at 12:00 Noon at the SharePoint Conference, Booth #733 as we formally make this exciting announcement to the SharePoint community. We'll expand on the details of how our new partnership will work, the benefits provided to organizations using SharePoint as well as individual SharePoint users. We will also raffle off a number of exciting prizes.
For more information, please contact info(at)sharepointElearning(dot)com.
SharePoint-Videos.com (SPVideos) provides online SharePoint training, consulting and end user help for SharePoint users delivered through a Help tab in the SharePoint ribbon. SPVideos strives to empower end users to be more productive when working within their current SharePoint work environments by giving them the tools they need to reinforce the knowledge they've learned, thus helping organizations increase SharePoint adoption. http://www.SharePoint-Videos.com
About Critical Path Training
Critical Path Training is the leading provider of hands-on SharePoint training for all audiences working within the SharePoint platform including: developers, IT pros, administrators, and business users. Critical Path Training offers instructor-led training classes in first class training facilities across the United States and via private onsite engagements. Critical Path Training is able to reach many other customers throughout the world by offering online versions of their most popular SharePoint training classes. Critical Path Training instructors are SharePoint MVPs and leading voices in the SharePoint community. http://www.CriticalPathTraining.com
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