Please see our course pricing guide for details if you are interested in buying days up front to save money. Schools who are not supported by Keystone MIS are still welcome to attend all of our training courses from our experienced dedicated trainer to help your school SIMS system achieve its potential.

 

An Inspector Calls

Introduction

To learn how SIMS can be used to support the systems the school has in place in readiness for an Ofsted inspection.

Course Objectives

  • How to interpret RAISEonline analysis
  • How assessment analyses from SIMS can support the schools self

Evaluation

  • How to use SIMS in the classroom to show progress.

Course Requirements

Senior leaders who have a basic understanding of SIMS and who have some experience of using SIMS Assessment.

Analysing Assessment Data

Introduction

This course is designed to follow on from the Assessment Essential Skills course, where you will have addressed a range of skills and become familiar with the school’s assessment arrangements. Learn how to analyse the full range of your pupils’ assessment data by using the functionality in SIMs Analysis.

Course Objectives

  • The creation and maintenance of user defined groups
  • Creating tracking grids
  • The creation and use of analysis grids; group, aspect, chance and result set
  • The design and construction of assessment templates to track attendance on a termly basis
  • Using marksheets to analyse outcomes, employing a range of filters as appropriate
  • An overview of SIMs Discover
  • An overview of SIMs school report and the mapping processes

Course Requirements

This course is for members of staff who are experienced in using SIMS Assessment or those who have previously attended Assessment courses or are already familiar with Assessment. The course is aimed at senior teaching staff involved in the strategic planning of assessment and data analysis and staff engaged in the day to day maintenance of the assessment process.

Assessment Essential Skills

Introduction

Explore the potential of SIMS Assessment and how the software can be used to create a customised tracking system and create an efficient way of keeping track of all your pupils’ progress.

Course Objectives

  • How to record and view pupils’ assessment data
  • How to track pupil progress
  • Monitoring individuals and groups effectively
  • Sharing information across the school and with parents

Course Requirements

Senior leaders or staff with responsibility for the assessment process who have a basic knowledge of SIMS.

Assessment Top Tips

Introduction

The course is designed to provide an opportunity to explore new and existing functionality within SIMS assessment, Analysis and Discover, learn some top tips and share best practice.

Course Objectives

  • The use of marksheet and group filters
  • Missing results reporting
  • Head of year / head of department marksheet creation
  • Inclusion of Key Stage results within marksheets
  • Top Discover tips and techniques
  • Examples of best practice

Course Requirements

Users of SIMS who are responsible for the recording and analysis of pupil attainment and who are familiar with SIMS assessment.

Attendance

Introduction

This course covers the procedures in Attendance which enables users to meet the school’s day to day statutory attendance monitoring requirements. It includes configuring Attendance, preparing letters, capturing data efficiently, statutory attendance codes and extracting information through a variety of reports.

Course Objectives

  • Plan a strategy for managing the statutory attendance process
  • Customise SIMS Attendance to meet the particular needs of your school
  • Understanding the potential links to other functionality in SIMS
  • Identify the most efficient way of collecting attendance data
  • Understanding how to maintain that data effectively
  • Reporting attendance data to help monitor attendance

Course Requirements

The course is aimed at users with a responsibility for attendance who have an understanding of attendance procedures and who are familiar with SIMS.

Behaviour Management

Introduction

Learn how SIMS Behaviour Management can be used to record, monitor and manage pupils’ behaviour and achievements, including detentions and the use of report cards.

Course Objectives

  • Set up and configure the Behaviour Management area
  • Edit relevant lookup tables to meet the needs of, and terminology used in, an individual school
  • Use the behaviour and achievement recording routines for both individuals and groups of pupils
  • Set up and administer individual and scheduled detentions including letters to parents
  • Create report cards to enable the monitoring of session/lesson behaviour
  • Produce information on the data held in this area using the reports supplied in SIMS.

Course Requirements

Staff with pastoral or administrative responsibilities for monitoring pupil behaviour and achievement who have a basic knowledge of SIMs would be helpful but it is more important that you have a good knowledge of the way behaviour and achievements are currently recorded, reported and analysed in your school and the school’s future ambitions in this area.

Early Years Tracking and Sims

Introduction

To learn how to import and analyse the SIMS EYFS tracking resources.

Course Objectives

  • An overview of the SIMS EYFS resources
  • Downloading and importing the resources
  • Completing the EYFS tracking Progress Grids
  • Viewing the EYFS marksheets
  • Displaying data in the EYFS Tracking Grids
  • Analysing EYFS tracking data
  • Customising EYFS resources.

Course Requirements

This course is designed for assessment co-ordinators and early years’ teachers. You should have an understanding of the assessment requirements in the new Early Years Foundation Stage framework. Ideally you should be familiar with the use of SIMS, but this is not a requirement. No prior experience of SIMS Assessment is required.

Further courses recommended after attendance:

  • Tracking Pupil Progress in the Primary School Parts
  • Assessment Essential Skills – Primary
  • Analysing Assessment Data – Primary
  • Reporting Home – Primary
  • Key Stage Entry Explained

Ofsted: Proving you are making the Difference – Primary

Introduction

You want to show that your school is well-managed and that you enable pupils to overcome specific learning barriers. Learn how SIMS can help you provide a continuous flow of information to Ofsted about your school’s performance. Also to ensure that you are getting the most from SIMS in preparing for an Ofsted inspection and to support your self-evaluation.

Course Objectives

  • How information can be obtained about different aspects of school performance
  • How current attainment and progress data can be analysed
  • How the effectiveness of teaching can be analysed
  • How behaviour and attendance can be monitored using SIMs
  • How teaching and learning can be monitored to raise standards and for performance management
  • How information provided for governors can better inform them in fulfilling their role of critical friend.

Course Requirements

Head teachers and senior leaders. Little detailed knowledge of SIMS is required as all analyses will be provided and you will be shown how to manipulate these during the course.

Personnel User

Introduction

Learn about the maintenance and management of staff personal, professional and contractual data. There will be a focus on data collected by the School Workforce Census.

Course Objectives

  • The SIMs Personnel record
  • How to add new appointments to SIMs Personnel
  • Understanding contracts
  • Managing staff leavers
  • How to deal with promotions
  • Maintain staff qualifications, absence and training details.

Course Requirements

This course is aimed at staff in school with responsibility for updating and maintaining personal, professional and contractual information. Knowledge of SIMS and school personnel procedures is desirable.

Sims Advanced Reporting

Introduction

This course will advance your ability to carry out the report designing process in SIMS, with the objective to extract useful information from the pupils’ database in a variety of formats. The course provides a follow up to the Standard Reporting course and so assumes that you are able to create basic reports.

Course Objectives

  • The production of more complicated lists and mail merged documents
  • Modifying templates to adjust the appearance of reports including incorporating headed paper
  • Developing the use of RTF output exploring cross-modular links in the data
  • Using different focuses as the starting point for reports
  • Exploring the use of conditional formatting and filtering in Excel related reports
  • Extending the use of Analysis tool.

Course Requirements

Staff responsible for responding to requests for information. You should have either attended the Standard Reporting course or be familiar with the techniques covered on the course.

Sims And the Senior Leader

Introduction

Tailored specifically for senior leaders, you can learn how to drive improvement across your school by making effective use of your data and maximising your investment in SIMs. This course will help you to explore how data in SIMS can support teaching and learning strategies and the management of school resources.

Course Objectives

  • How to access the data held in SIMs to inform decision making
  • How to analyse available pupil data for a variety of reasons
  • How to identify problem areas quickly
  • How to access the Pupil/Teacher view
  • How to set up the SIMs Home Page as appropriate for senior leaders
  • How to use SIMs to identify key areas of improvement across the school.

Course Requirements

Senior leaders seeking a wider knowledge of the key data held in SIMS who have a basic knowledge of SIMS.

Also consider SIMS Discover Overview

Sims General Office User

Introduction

A school’s management information system (MIS) holds a vast amount of data which, if accurately maintained, can be used to inform school improvement strategies and support a wide range of school management activities, including processing statutory returns.

Course Objectives

  • Finding your way around SIMS
  • Looking up pupil information
  • Making day to day adjustments to pupil details
  • Responding to information received about pupils and contacts
  • Dealing with leavers
  • Dealing with new arrivals
  • Sending a letter home.

Course Requirements

The course is aimed at new users of SIMS in the school office, new recruits or staff with new responsibilities in primary schools. No previous knowledge of SIMS is required. It would also be useful for administrative staff/data managers with responsibility for maintaining pupil information.

Sims Office – Hints & Tips

Introduction

The one day SIMS Office User course is a sound grounding to the main functions of pupil and contact data in SIMS. This course aims to demonstrate useful ways of managing school data, best practice housekeeping and to extend your awareness of functionality within SIMS.

Course Objectives

  • Contact management
  • Customising correspondence
  • User-defined groups
  • User-defined fields
  • Alerts, notifications and communication
  • Merging agents and agencies
  • Quick reports
  • Changes to data – bulk update
  • Validating and maintaining address details.

Course Requirements

Administrative staff and data managers with a basic knowledge of SIMS including reporting.

Sims Reporting

Introduction

An introduction to the report designing process. You will learn to be able to respond to requests for information efficiently, including reports, making your school processes more streamlined.

Course Objectives

  • Running pre-defined reports, modifying and creating reports to produce lists
  • Creating reports to produce mail merged documents and address labels
  • To use the different output formats of Word® and Excel®
  • Using analysis output
  • Exporting, importing and using the My Favourite Reports panel on the homepage.

Course Requirements

Staff responsible for responding to requests for information. You should have attended a SIMS Office User course or have a good understanding of SIMS, the range of data which is stored within the database and how that data is entered and maintained.

Sims SEN User

Introduction

The course will enable delegates to familiarise themselves with the functionality of SEN within SIMs in order to use it effectively and efficiently within their school and reflect the SEN Code of Practice.

Course Objectives

  • Navigate through SIMS
  • Manage and record details of reviews, events and provisions
  • Manage students with statements
  • Produce the SEN reports provided in SIMS
  • Edit look up tables
  • Add linked Adults, Agents and Agencies
  • Send, receive and view messages relating to SEN pupils
  • Configure their SIMS home page to help monitor SEN processes.

Course Requirements

SENCOs and senior staff with responsibility for overseeing special needs provision and administrative staff who may be involved in maintaining SEN information. An understanding of the SEN Code of Practice and how it is managed in school would be useful.

SIMS Year End – Primary

Introduction

Learn about the pastoral arrangements for the new academic year, including the new pupil intake, pupil leavers and associated procedures. Carry out the year-end procedure on your own school data, so once you go back to school the year-end will be completed.

Course Objectives

  • Creating the new academic year
  • The pastoral promotion process
  • Dealing with admissions
  • Processing leavers
  • Housekeeping routines

Course Requirements

Staff with responsibility for preparing SIMS for the new academic year who have a basic knowledge of SIMS.

 

Staff Performance – Primary

Introduction

Gain an understanding of how to manage and maintain the new staff performance functionality. The Staff Performance functionality is activated via a licence; this course assumes the process of applying the licence has been completed.

Course Objectives

  • Setting up and amending a line management structure
  • Allocating staff performance appraiser rights to your staff
  • Customising module lookups and settings
  • Completing the initial staff performance set up process for your school
  • Recording and managing staff objectives, CPD, observations and reviews
  • Running staff performance reports.

Course Requirements

This course is aimed at school leadership teams and other staff members familiar with SIMs Personnel who want to gain an understanding of the functionality contained within the new staff performance area.

 

An Inspector Calls

Introduction

To learn how SIMS can be used to support the systems the school has in place in readiness for an Ofsted inspection.

Course Objectives

  • how to interpret RAISEonline analysis
  • how assessment analyses from SIMS can support the schools Self-Evaluation
  • How to use SIMS in the classroom to show progress.

Course Requirements

Senior leaders who have a basic understanding of SIMS and who have some experience of using SIMS Assessment.

Analysing Assessment Data

Introduction

This course is designed to follow on from the Assessment Essential Skills course, where you will have addressed a range of skills and become familiar with the school’s assessment arrangements. Learn how to analyse the full range of your students’ assessment data, including exploring advanced features which enable you to use SIMs Analysis as a tool to improve student attainment.

Course Objectives

This course will cover:

  • The creation and maintenance of user defined groups
  • Creating tracking grids
  • The creation and use of analysis grids; group, aspect, chance and result set
  • Using individual reports for analysis
  • Creating tracking grids
  • The design and construction of complex Assessment templates
  • Using progression and value-added graphs.

Course Requirements

Senior leaders or staff with responsibility for the assessment process; you will be an experienced user of SIMS Assessment.

Also consider: SIMS Discover Assessment User – Secondary

Attendance

Introduction

This course covers the procedures in Attendance which enables users to meet the school’s day to day statutory attendance monitoring requirements. It includes configuring Attendance, preparing letters, capturing data efficiently, statutory attendance codes and extracting information through a variety of reports.

Course Objectives

  • Plan a strategy for managing the statutory attendance process
  • Customise SIMS Attendance to meet the particular needs of your school
  • Understanding the potential links to other functionality in SIMS
  • Identify the most efficient way of collecting attendance data
  • Understanding how to maintain that data effectively
  • Reporting attendance data to help monitor attendance
  • Managing and maintaining SIMs Lesson Monitor data
  • Using letter templates to enhance communication with parents
  • Using SIMs pre-defined lesson attendance reports.

Course Requirements

Staff who are involved in monitoring both statutory and lesson attendance. Your school must already be recording data in SIMS Lesson Monitor for the course to be relevant.

Behaviour

Introduction

Learn how SIMS Behaviour Management can be used to record, monitor and manage students’ behaviour and achievements, including detentions and the use of report cards by making the best of SIMs Behaviour Management.

Course Objectives

  • Setup and configure the Behaviour Management area
  • Edit relevant lookup tables to meet the needs of and terminology used in an individual school
  • Use the behaviour and achievement recording routines for both individuals and groups of students
  • Setup and administer individual and scheduled detentions including letters to parents
  • Create report cards to enable the monitoring of session/lesson behaviour
  • Produce information on the data held in this area using the reports supplied in SIMS.

Course Requirements

School staff with pastoral and/or administrative responsibility for student behaviour and achievement monitoring. A familiarity with the pupil data held in SIMS would be helpful but it is more important delegates should have a good knowledge of the way behaviour and achievements are currently recorded, reported and analysed in their school and the school’s future ambitions in this area. After completion of the course delegates may find that the course Reporting on Behaviour will allow them to develop bespoke reports in this area while the courses Standard Reporting and Extended Reporting will widen their general knowledge of reporting from SIMS.

Course Manager and Post-16 Learning Aims

Introduction

To learn how to link SIMs Course Manager functionality with other areas of SIMs to support maintenance of Post-16 Learning Aims

Course Objectives

  • When a course is created
  • The relationship between course manager and other areas of SIMs
  • An understanding of examination awards and courses of study
  • Linking examination awards and courses of study
  • Managing the Post-16 learning aims processes.

Course Requirements

This course is aimed at academic administrators, examination officers and staff responsible for the Post-16 learning aims return.

Cover

Introduction

Understand how to implement Cover to manage all aspects of classroom staff absence and to explore the dynamic links of the module to other areas of SIMS such as SIMS Personnel and SIMS Examinations Organiser.

Course Objectives

  • The optional migration of Nova-T4 cover data
  • Global settings available to customise the module
  • Links to SIMs Personnel
  • Managing supply cover
  • Declaring teaching absence and arranging cover
  • Printing of the cover arrangements
  • Cover statistics and impact summaries

Course Requirements

Staff involved in the cover process.

Curriculum Management Using Nova-T (4 x 1 day courses)

Introduction

Gain a step by step explanation of how to use Nova-T in the production of the school timetable, from populating the system with core data (rooms, staff and subjects) to submitting the completed timetable to SIMS. Prior to this course you will have the opportunity to complete the SIMS Timetabling Essentials e-module. This will provide a valuable introduction to your face to face training.

Course Objectives

  • Defining the timetable cycle
  • Populating base-data
  • Constructing a curriculum model
  • Resourcing classes
  • Managing multiple length sessions (doubles, triples…)
  • Allocating non class codes
  • Curriculum analysis
  • Manual and automatic scheduling
  • Optimising the timetable
  • Automatic and manual allocation of rooms
  • Printing of timetables and reports
  • Links between SIMS and Nova-T.

Course Requirements

Staff with responsibility for constructing and maintaining the timetable and with some prior knowledge of timetable principles.

Exam Results Analysis

Introduction

Uncover all aspects of the examinations results process including importing results into the software and analysing them to produce headline analyses on results day.

Course Objectives

  • Importing results files
  • Calculating PI information
  • Running standard reports and analyses
  • Exporting results to Excel
  • Creating and using results marksheets
  • Editing results

Course Requirements

Staff with responsibility for handling external examination results

Exam Results Analysis Advanced

Introduction

Learn about the analysis and customisation of examination results in line with our school’s specific requirements. Explore the relationship between SIMS Examinations Organiser, SIMS Assessment and SIMS Discover.

Course Objectives

  • Using SIMs to perform group, aspect, result set and chance analyses of examination results data
  • Creating tracking marksheets with traffic lights to identify and target students
  • Producing graphs and charts in various analyses
  • Using SIMs Course Manager to allow heads of department to see departmental marksheets.

Course Requirements

Staff with responsibility for producing analyses of examinations data who are familiar with SIMs Examination Organiser software.

Also consider Analysing Assessment Data for secondary schools.

Exams Organiser

Introduction

Explore all aspects of managing external examinations using SIMS Examinations Organiser to be able to streamline your examinations process, saving you time while ensuring your data is accurate.

Course Objective

  • Setting up the Examinations Organiser module
  • Entering candidates for examinations and recording forecast grades and coursework marks
  • Submitting data to examination boards
  • Using seating organiser
  • Dealing with clashes.

Course Requirements

Exam officers and administrative staff with responsibility for external examination entry and organisation.

FMS User – Academy

Introduction

Explore all aspects of day-to-day processing of finance procedures specifically for academies, including an overview of asset management. Managing your finances is key to the smooth running of any academy. Gain a full overview of day-to-day finance procedures.

Course Objectives

  • Allocating income budgets
  • Understanding FD and RE codes’ impact on carry forward
  • Setting up and processing VAT claims and BACS returns
  • Equipment Register overview and assigning a financial value to an asset
  • The journals, entries and cash-flow associated with Asset Management
  • Undertaking annual depreciation and reverse if necessary
  • Retiring an asset

Course Requirement

Business managers, finance officers, bursars and staff involved in the production of reports for the EFA and external accountants. You will need an awareness of your academy FMS structure and how you will operate your carry forward balance at year end. Staff who are new to FMS should attend the FMS Daily Tasks course prior to this course.

Managing the timetable

Introduction

Gain an overview of the procedures required in order to maintain an effective school timetable by keeping it up to date so everyone knows where they should be.

Course Objectives

  • How to change the room and teacher of a timetabled class
  • Adding additional staff onto classes, for example, for support
  • Establish teacher and room carousels
  • Dealing with the arrival of new staff
  • Maintaining the integrity of data between Nova-T and SIMs.

Course Requirements

Staff with responsibility for day-to-day maintenance of the timetable.

Ofsted: Proving you are making the Difference – Secondary

Introduction

You want to show that your school is well-managed and that you enable students to overcome specific learning barriers. Learn how SIMS can help you provide a continuous flow of information to Ofsted about your school’s performance. Also to ensure that you are getting the most from SIMS in preparing for an Ofsted inspection and to support your self-evaluation processes.

Course Objectives

  • How information can be obtained about different aspects of school performance
  • How current attainment and progress data can be analysed
  • How the effectiveness of teaching can be analysed
  • How behaviour and attendance can be monitored using SIMs
  • How teaching and learning can be monitored to raise standards and for performance management
  • How information provided for governors can better inform them in fulfilling their role of critical friend.

Course Requirement

Head teachers and senior leaders; little detailed knowledge of SIMs is required as all analyses will be provided. You will be shown how to manipulate these.

Preparing for the New Year – Academic

Introduction

Explore academic arrangements for the school year, including the assignment of students to classes and producing student timetables. This academic course complements the pastoral course. Dealing with the new school year can be a complex process. Gain an overview of the requirements of the new school year, including assigning students to classes.

Course Objectives

  • Setting the new academic year
  • How to use CTF or ATF to import new pupil data
  • Defining the academic promotion rules
  • Allocating students to bands and classes
  • Printing timetables and class lists
  • Housekeeping routines

Course Requirements

Staff with responsibility for preparing SIMs for the new academic year who have a basic knowledge of SIMs.

Also consider Preparing for a New School Year – Pastoral – Secondary

Preparing for the New Year – Pastoral

Introduction

Learn about the pastoral arrangements for the new academic year, including the new student intake, student leavers and associated procedures. This pastoral course complements the academic course. To gain an overview and understanding of the pastoral requirements of the new school year. Before the new school year commences, both the academic and pastoral process must be completed in SIMS.

Course Objectives

  • Creating the new academic year
  • The pastoral promotion process
  • Dealing with admissions
  • Processing leavers
  • Housekeeping routines

Course Requirements

Staff with responsibility for preparing SIMS for the new academic year who have a basic knowledge of SIMS.

Also consider Preparing for a New School Year (Academic) – Secondary

Sims Discover Assessment User

Introduction

This course teaches delegates how to adapt the SIMS Discover user-definable components to analyse assessment data effectively. To understand how you can enhance your analysis of assessment data using the innovative analytic tool, SIMS Discover.

Course Objectives

  • The relationship between Discover and SIMS including Assessment
  • The SIMs Discover interface
  • The SIMs Discover configuration utility
  • Defining, calculating and using SIMs Discover aspects
  • How to customise the pre-defined SIMs Discover assessment graphs
  • How to create new SIMs Discover assessment graphs

Course Requirements

Experienced users of SIMs Assessment who wish to explore user-defined assessment functionality of SIMs Discover.

Also consider Analysing Assessment Data – Secondary

Sims Discover Overview

Introduction

Learn how to use the analysis tool, SIMS Discover, to analyse your school’s data effectively. This hands-on course provides a useful overview of the software. SIMS Discover helps you drill down into your data so you can monitor at risk groups, assess intervention strategies and see the whole picture of your school. Learn how you can use it to its full potential.

Course Objectives

  • The relationship between SIMs Discover and SIMs
  • The SIMs Discover interface
  • The range and scope of the predefined SIMs Discover graphs
  • How to manipulate the predefined SIMs Discover graphs
  • How to create a Venn analysis
  • Configuring dynamic groups and automatic membership alerts

Course Requirements

Users of SIMs who wish to explore the pre-defined functionality of SIMs Discover.

Also consider the SIMs Discover Assessment User – Secondary

Using Sims to support the school leadership

Introduction

The effective integration of SIMS can provide key information to support teaching and learning. Find out how to make best use of SIMS as a senior leader. To discuss and understand the ways in which leaders can benefit from their school’s data rich environment including the development of priorities based on statistical evidence.

Course Objectives

  • How best to access and apply key data in SIMS, including attendance, assessment and behaviour data to inform decision making
  • How to use available tools, including the Discover analysis tool, to analyse the school’s data and find trends and patterns
  • How to use available tools, including the Discover analysis tool, to identify underperformance and monitor intervention
  • How to use this analysis to make connections, identify key areas for improvement across the school and support strategic objectives.

Course Requirements

Senior leaders with a basic understanding of SIMS who wish to enhance their use of the data and consider strategies for embedding its use across the school.

Also consider: Ofsted: Proving you are making the Difference – Secondary

 

FMS Budget Management

Introduction

Learn about the budget management functionality present within FMS and how to use this functionality to actively manage the school budget.

Course Objectives

  • Modifying the chart of accounts
  • Budget allocation to cost centres/ledger codes
  • Personnel links and salary projections
  • General ledger reports for budget monitoring

Course Requirement

Managers and administration staff who have a good working knowledge of FMS.

FMS Top tips and techniques

Introduction

Explore how you currently use FMS and examine how you can maximise efficiency with time saving tips in managing your school’s finances and share best practice.

Course Objectives

Utilising functionality in the following FMS areas for maximum efficiency:

  • Accounts Payable
  • General ledger
  • Non-invoiced income
  • Personnel links to SIMs
  • The new year/year end process
  • Supporting documents
  • Emailing PDF orders

Course Requirement

Staff responsible for maintaining financial information and who may have attended the FMS Daily Tasks course.

FMS User – Academy

Introduction

Explore all aspects of day-to-day processing of finance procedures specifically for academies, including an overview of asset management. Managing your finances is key to the smooth running of any academy. Gain a full overview of day-to-day finance procedures.

Course Objectives

  • Allocating income budgets
  • Understanding FD and RE codes’ impact on carry forward
  • Setting up and processing VAT claims and BACS returns
  • Equipment Register overview and assigning a financial value to an asset
  • The journals, entries and cash-flow associated with Asset Management
  • Undertaking annual depreciation and reverse if necessary
  • Retiring an asset

Course Requirement

Business managers, finance officers, bursars and staff involved in the production of reports for the EFA and external accountants. You will need an awareness of your academy FMS structure and how you will operate your carry forward balance at year end. Staff who are new to FMS should attend the FMS Daily Tasks course prior to this course.

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