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Training & Events

08 Jun
Webinar - Reporting in SIMS - Standard
Do you use the Preview screen to its full potential? Would you like to report on a few pupils instead of the whole group? Do you know how to add in extra columns into your reports? Do you know how to produce a Person Data Report following GDPR? Are you using the General Student List to create easy simple reports? By attending this course delegates will return to school with the confidence to: • Explore SIMS basic reporting routines. • Design new reports. • Edit existing reports. • Change output to run from Excel. • Use report filters. • Use sort orders. • Use Preview view. • Manipulate General Student List. • Create mail merge labels and letters. • Create mail merge rules to deal with personal pronouns such as he/she, him/her, son/daughter. • Manipulate Analysis reports. • Delete old reports.
09 Jun
Webinar - Using the SIMS Attendance Module
This course will give hands-on experience which will lead to: • A full understanding of the use of statutory attendance codes and their statistical meanings. • Knowing how to monitor, track and assess whole school and individual trends. • The ability to deliver what the Education Welfare Service and Ofsted want from you when they arrive to do their inspections. • An understanding of the wide range of reports available within the module. • Advice and guidance on the use of letters to praise good attendance or raise concerns about poor attendance.
10 Jun
WEBINAR Clerk to School Governors Training (Halton)
Over the course of the four half-days, clerks will be given opportunities to share experiences and current ways of practice, the sessions will be interactive allowing Clerks to carry out activities such as reviewing examples of minutes. It is a great opportunity for Clerks to be reflective of their work, whilst developing and improving in their role. You will be updated on current legislation and statutory requirements relating to Governance. This course will enable you to dissect the Clerking role.