SIMS Maintaining the Timetable Training Course

SIMS Maintaining the Timetable Training Course

SIMS Maintaining the Timetable Training Course coming this month!

Our upcoming SIMS Maintaining the Timetable Training Course is a rewarding course for all staff responsible for the day-to-day maintenance of the school timetable.

Delivered by Cara Patching, by the end of this course you will have learnt how to:

  • Change the room and teacher of a timetabled class
  • Add additional staff onto classes, as is the case with support
  • Carousel teachers and/or rooms around classes in a block
  • Deal with the arrival of new staff
  • Maintain the integrity of data between T6 and SIMS .net (SQL)
  • Use non-class codes

Our next course date is Monday 29th April 2019 10am – 4pm at Swiss Cottage School in Camden, London.

Places are limited so schools are advised to book now

To reserve a space on this course or if you require any further information, please see below:

Contact our team → See venue information → Course prices and current offers →


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