Search results for "courses"
…SQL029.net Student Extending his Course.doc SQL030.net Creating New Courses.doc SQL061.net Courses-Multiple Price Items.doc SQL144.net Adding Holiday Break.doc SQL154.net Missing Course Booking.doc HS160 Maintenance_Settings – Valid Start Dates.docx SQL172.net Availability.doc SQL203.net Changing Weekly Course Rates.doc SQL212.net Automatic Booking Fees.doc…> Read More
…HV085 Maintenance Settings – Warning Dates (National Holidays) This explains how to set up Warning Dates for courses starting on National Holidays. HV160 Maintenance Settings – Valid Start Dates Valid intake dates can be set up to ensure courses are booked to start on the correct day or within the correct week….> Read More
How reporting by ‘date spread’ works with statistical weeks
When running an invoicing statistics report based on ‘date spread’ for courses the statistical weeks are not always rounded as 1 statistical week. Instead we see results such as 0.77 and 1.08. This is because courses generally run from Monday to Friday – 5 days The invoicing statistics are always based on 7 days There is a helpsheet (no. HS046) which covers this. Please click on the following link to view or download helpsheet – HS046 Statistics…> Read More
How do I create new course bookings?
…Each new tuition master price item that you create within Class should have a course booking line attached. If you happen to add a course item to enrolment and the course booking line is not attached. There is a helpsheet (no.SQL030) which covers this. Please click on the following link to view or download helpsheet – SQL030.net Creating New Courses.doc…> Read More
Can you add multiple price items to a course?
…It is possible to add more than one price item to a course . There is a helpsheet (no.SQL061) which covers this. Please click on the following link to view or download helpsheet – SQL061.net Courses-Multiple Price Items.doc …> Read More
I need to change a students weekly course rate?
…d at 20 week rate, even if the student splits their 20 week stay between 2 courses (priced either the same or differently) of, for example, 2 x 10 weeks. Within the 1st course, change the ‘Charge Rate’ to 20 weeks and this will then pick up the price of 20 weeks. Then when adding the second course also set the ‘Charge Rate’ to 20 weeks. Then when looking at the finance, it will correctly reflect the amended prices for example: For General English…> Read More
Is Class available in different languages versions?
…h Class Web in the future. Keep an eye out for developments on this. If this does not answer your question or you need further assistance please don’t hesitate to contact us….> Read More
What is Class Cloud?
…Tip! Use our customisable forms from our Online Toolkit Academic Classing, courses, and timetabling Student attendance, progress, assessments Teacher database and payroll hours Finance Invoicing and sales ledger accounting Multiple price lists Payments and receipts Detailed financial and statistical reporting Accommodation Database management for all kinds of accommodation (homestay, rooms, apartments, houses, dorms, etc.) Accommodation allocation…> Read More
…oicing arrangements, price lists and promotions can be set up for specific courses or time periods. With the optional Ledger Module agents payments can also be managed within Class giving you detailed reporting of any outstanding debt. Full database of Agent Details and contacts Bespoke Invoice layouts 10 user defined fields Unlimited dated notes History of students Pricing Class has very flexible Price List and Invoicing capabilities to ensure yo…> Read More
Is it possible to record student absence?
…er users wishing to make use of absence recording will need the Attendance module. The absence can be recorded at the same time the attendance is added or separately and you can run the absence reporting. The absence report will check across classes/courses/enrolments/schools for continuous absence, which then enables you to send out documentation advising the student. There is a helpsheet (no.SQL175) which covers this. Please click on the followi…> Read More