This course provides hands-on training in the knowledge and skills of the various Microsoft 365 (Office 365) communication and collaboration tools.
If you would like to focus on the essential tools of Microsoft 365 (Office Online, OneDrive, OneNote and Teams) in a shorter timeframe, we recommend the 1-day course: “Microsoft 365 – Practical use of essential tools (Office Online, OneDrive, OneNote, Teams)”.
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- Log in and identify Microsoft 365 components
- Create and store files for collaborative use with OneDrive and use specific features of Office Online applications (Word, Excel and PowerPoint)
- Share a OneNote digital notepad
- Manage a team and its files. Communicate and create online meetings using the Teams application.
- Use the Planner task management tool to better distribute a team’s work.
- Set up lists and file libraries for collaborative use with SharePoint Online.
- Create relevant surveys and forms with Forms
This course leads to the ENI certification Office 365 – Advanced Knowledge.
- Regularly use a computer and be comfortable with Windows
- Regularly and easily surf the Internet
- Regular use of office tools such as Word and Excel
Anyone who has little or no experience of Microsoft 365 (Office 365), and who would like to get hands-on experience of the various tools: Office Online, OneDrive, OneNote, Teams, SharePoint Online, Planner, Forms, Yammer, etc.
Introduction to Microsoft 365 (0.5 hours)
- Overview of applications and associated services
- Access and navigation via the Web portal
OneDrive: storing and sharing files (1.5 hours)
- A shareable personal storage space
- OneDrive Online (Browser)
- Environment: folders, views, search, navigation
- Manage folders and files (create, rename, move, copy, delete, download)
- Open a document in the Online application (or, if available, in the workstation application)
- Share and manage file access
- Version history and file details
- Synchronize with OneDrive client (Explorer)
- Managing OnDrive files via Explorer
- Best synchronization practices
Office Online (1.5 hours)
- Overview of the specific features of the “light” versions of Office Online (Word, Excel and PowerPoint)
- Opening files (“Recent”, “Pinned”, “Shared with me”, “To discover” …)
- Manage file sharing
- Multiple file editing
- Best practices in collaborative working
OneNote: Managing multi-author shared digital notes (2 hours)
- Simple, efficient navigation
- Sharing and working with others
- OneNote and Outlook
- Efficient OneNote functions (search and history)
- Specific uses of OneNote
- Project management notepad (files, messages, notes and meetings)
- Departmental notepads (templates, meetings and procedures)
- Teams notepad
Microsoft 365 groups in Outlook (0.5 hour)
- Create a Microsoft 365 group with your email address
- Use group tools (files, calendar, notepad)
Teams: Communicating and collaborating (3.5 hours)
- Overview of the interface
- Conversing with Teams
- Instant messaging, screen sharing, file sharing
- Create and manage online meetings
- Organizing and collaborating with structured Teams
- Teams and channels
- Create and manage teams (from scratch, from an Office 365 group or from a template)
- Create and manage standard and private channels (subgroups) within teams
- Communicate with team members by publication and meeting
- Manage and organize file sharing by standard and private channels
- Extract and archive files
- Complete and customize Team tools using tabs (OneNote, Website, Planner, Lists…)
Planner: Managing an event or project via Teams (1 hour)
- Planner overview (Task by planner and To Do)
- Creating action plans
- Enrich actions (assignments, instructions, checkpoints, attachments)
- Monitor and present project progress
Forms: Create surveys and questionnaires (1 hour)
- Integrate a form into a team
- Create surveys with customized forms
- Ensure processing in Web pages or with Excel analysis
- Integrate a form into a PowerPoint presentation
Lists: Managing data lists (Sharepoint lists) (0.5 hour)
- Create a list from an Excel file or template
- Customize a list
SharePoint Online : Taking shared file management further in Teams (1.5 hours)
- Access Sharepoint from Teams
- Discover SharePoint navigation
- View and use Office document versions (versioning)
- Share and manage file sharing
- Follow the life of a file by notification
Yammer: The corporate social network, an additional communication channel (0.5 hours)
- Discover the corporate social network
- Create a Yammer group
- Communicate through a Yammer group
- Initiate the R.S.E. with animators and internal communications
Teaching, technical and supervisory methods and resources
Training with a trainer, which can be followed in one of the 3 ways below:
1 – In the classroom in the presence of the trainer.
2 – In one of our immersive classrooms, with the trainer physically present at a distance. The immersive classrooms are equipped with an HD video-conferencing system and complemented by teaching tools that guarantee the same level of quality.
3 – From your home or office. You join an online training environment, using your own computer, while being physically removed from the trainer and other participants. You are totally immersed in the group, and take part in training under the same conditions as in a classroom. For more information: Telepresential – our distance learning solution.
The number of trainees can vary from 1 to 12 (5 to 6 on average), which facilitates permanent follow-up and close contact with each trainee.
Each trainee is provided with a workstation adapted to the needs of the training course, a course support and/or a reference manual in digital or paper format (for inter-company sessions, if the official course support is in English, we offer in addition, if available, a reference work from Editions ENI in digital format written in French).
For better assimilation, the trainer alternates theoretical presentations, demonstrations and practical exercises throughout the day, either alone or in groups.
Assessment of skills acquired
At the beginning and end of the course, trainees carry out a self-assessment of their knowledge and skills in relation to the course objectives. The difference between the two assessments enables us to measure their learning achievements.
In addition, certain training courses can be officially validated by a certification exam. Candidates for certification are required to put in a considerable amount of personal work in order to sit the exam, and attending the training course alone is not sufficient to guarantee a good result and/or certification.
For certain certification courses (e.g. ITIL, Prince2, DPO, etc.), the certification exam is included and taken at the end of the course. Candidates are then prepared for the exam by the trainer throughout the course.
Means of monitoring performance and assessing results
Attendance sheet, signed by each trainee and trainer for each half-day;
Qualitative evaluation at the end of the course, which is then analyzed by the ENI teaching team;
End-of-training certificate, given to the trainee by hand or by e-mail.
Training is led by an IT and teaching professional whose technical, professional and teaching skills have been validated by certifications and/or tested and approved by publishers and/or our teaching team. He or she is constantly on the lookout for new technologies, and has several years’ experience of the products, technologies and methods taught. He is present with the trainees throughout the course.
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