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.

 

Event Registration

12th December - Options Online (AM)

Course Outline

This course is intended to help school staff create an Options plan, offer course selections to students online and create a solution that helps satisfy students' choices. It is a linear process that starts with defining the plan and ends with transferring the plan to SIMS.

Objectives

By the end of the course you will be able to:

  • define a new options plan, enter and analyse student choices
  • create classes and place them into a blocking structure
  • allocate students to classes, modifying the structure as appropriate
  • process the export to SIMS
  • print the final plan.

Course Requirements

A basic understanding of the options process in schools and its relationship to the timetable and Academic Management.

 

Price: Free Event

Date:

December 12, 2019, starting at 09:30

Address:

Keystone MIS Suite 1, Hull Sports Centre, Chanterlands Avenue,
Hull
HU5 4EF Map and Directions

Available Spaces:

8

21st January - SIMS Basic Office User

Course Outline

This course is aimed at school office staff.  It investigates key functionality and features in SIMS to enable your school to run efficiently through its effective use of data.  This is an ideal course to new members of staff or those who would like to gain more confidence using SIMS.

Objectives

The objectives are that by the end of the course the delegate will have the skills necessary to use SIMS in a school office environment including:

  • finding your way around SIMS
  • looking up pupil information
  • making day-to-day adjustments to pupil details
  • sending a letter home
  • responding to information received about pupils and contracts
  • dealing with leavers and admissions.

Throughout the course tasks/activities will be related to scenarios to equip delegates with the skills to accurately locate/view information and maintain their data. The course will investigate how to respond to requests for information needed from the software on pupils, these requests may come from teachers, support staff etc.

The idea to use scenarios throughout the course is to give the delegates a more realistic approach to the training, and to try to mirror some of the tasks/requests that may occur back in the school office on a daily basis.

Price: Free Event

Date:

January 21, 2020, starting at 09:30

Address:

Keystone MIS Suite 1, Hull Sports Centre, Chanterlands Avenue,
Hull
HU5 4EF Map and Directions

Available Spaces:

8

22nd January - Behaviour & Achievement (PM)

Course Objectives

The course provides a complete overview of the SIMS Behaviour Management area which a school can use to record, monitor and manage its pupils’ behaviour and achievements, including detentions and the use of report cards.

Overview

By the end of the course you will be able to:

  • 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
  • define report card templates and create report cards to enable the monitoring of session/lesson behaviour
  • define and record interventions where required
  • produce information on the data held in this area using the reports supplied in SIMS.

Course Requirements

A familiarity with the pupil data held in SIMS will 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 your school’s future ambitions in this area.

Price: Free Event

Date:

January 22, 2020, starting at 13:00

Address:

Keystone MIS Suite 1, Hull Sports Centre, Chanterlands Avenue,
Hull
HU5 4EF Map and Directions

Available Spaces:

8

23rd January - Interventions (AM)

Course outline

SIMS Interventions is a system to record and track underperforming students, allocate additional resources and monitor how those resources affect Key Performance Indicators. Interventions allows schools to record how much those resources cost, so that outcomes can be tracked against cost as well as against impact.

By the end of the course you will be able to:

  • define interventions, and capture and understand basic cost information
  • set up when the intervention will take place, who will run it and allocate students to the intervention for a specific period of time
  • add an intervention to an individual student
  • record whether an intervention has been effective for an individual student
  • record a target for an individual student
  • review interventions against assessment data
  • review which intervention is the most effective
  • view/edit all interventions against an individual student
  • analyse the intervention group in Discover
  • to analyse intervention information in an Assessment Marksheet and the Programme of Study
  • create reports on the interventions through the reporting dictionary
  • create analysis reports to provide to Ofsted or an LA as evidence of which students have which interventions and which interventions are most effective
  • enhance Discover to pull through information on the interventions being run in the school.

Who is it for?

This course is aimed at staff responsible for the setup, maintenance and analysis of Interventions within SIMS including Senior Leaders, Data Manager and Administrative Staff.

Price: Free Event

Date:

January 23, 2020, starting at 09:30

Address:

Keystone MIS Suite 1, Hull Sports Centre, Chanterlands Avenue,
Hull
HU5 4EF Map and Directions

Available Spaces:

8

29th January - Standard Reporting

Course Outline

This course is aimed at school office staff. Delegates will learn the various processes involved in importing pre-defined reports. Setting up a wide variety of reports, using Mailmerge, Labels and Student / Pupil Analyses reports and linking to Word and Excel. This is an ideal course to new members of staff or those who would like to gain more confidence using SIMS.

Objectives
The objectives are that by the end of the course the delegate will have the skills necessary to use SIMS in a school office environment including:

The various processes involved in importing pre-defined reports setting up a wide variety of reports using mailmerge, labels and student / pupil analyses reports links to MS Word and Excel.

Throughout the course tasks/activities will be related to scenarios to equip delegates with the skills to accurately locate/view information and maintain their data. The course will investigate how to respond to requests for information needed from the software on pupils, these requests may come from teachers, support staff etc.

The idea to use scenarios throughout the course is to give the delegates a more realistic approach to the training, and to try to mirror some of the tasks/requests that may occur back in the school office on a daily basis.

 

Price: Free Event

Date:

January 29, 2020, starting at 09:30

Address:

Keystone MIS Suite 1, Hull Sports Centre, Chanterlands Avenue,
Hull
HU5 4EF Map and Directions

Available Spaces:

5

30th January - Dinner Money (PM)

Course Outline

This course is an introduction to using SIMS for recording Dinner and Dinner Money information. It will cover the activation of the software, the personalisation of the settings to meet the school’s own requirements, the recording of opening balances, daily meal arrangements and payments and how to run the banking routine and produce various reports and letters to parents.

Objectives

The objectives are that by the end of the course the delegate will have the skills necessary to use SIMS in a school office environment including:

  • record all types of pupil, staff and visitor meal arrangements including special meals such as theme meals
  • record all types of pupil, staff and visitor payments including electronic payments
  • produce a variety of reports for different requirements such as registers, the kitchen, mid-day supervisors, pupil and staff statements
  • complete the regular financial transactions
  • produce a weekly catering return
  • produce mail merge letters to parents.

Course Requirements

An understanding of how SIMS is used to maintain and update pupil information is desirable but not essential.

 

Price: Free Event

Date:

January 30, 2020, starting at 13:00

Address:

Keystone MIS Suite 1, Hull Sports Centre, Chanterlands Avenue,
Hull
HU5 4EF Map and Directions

Available Spaces:

8

31st January - Options Online (AM)

Course Outline

This course is intended to help school staff create an Options plan, offer course selections to students online and create a solution that helps satisfy students' choices. It is a linear process that starts with defining the plan and ends with transferring the plan to SIMS.

Objectives

By the end of the course you will be able to:

  • define a new options plan, enter and analyse student choices
  • create classes and place them into a blocking structure
  • allocate students to classes, modifying the structure as appropriate
  • process the export to SIMS
  • print the final plan.

Course Requirements

A basic understanding of the options process in schools and its relationship to the timetable and Academic Management.

 

Price: Free Event

Date:

January 31, 2020, starting at 09:30

Address:

Keystone MIS Suite 1, Hull Sports Centre, Chanterlands Avenue,
Hull
HU5 4EF Map and Directions

Available Spaces:

8

4th February - SIMS InTouch (PM)

Course

SIMs InTouch enables the sending of messages between your school and members of staff, parents, contacts and students.  This functionality provides for a better flow of information between your school and any of its contacts in an efficient manner.

The messaging facility provided by SIMs InTouch currently enables communication via the following methods:

  • SIMs internal messaging system
  • Email
  • Short Message Service (SMS).

At present there are three types of messages that can be sent in SIMs:

  • General Message
  • System Generated Message
  • Emergency Alerts.

Course Requirements

Administration staff responsible for communicating with members of staff, parents, contacts and students.

Price: Free Event

Date:

February 4, 2020, starting at 13:00

Address:

Keystone MIS Suite 1, Hull Sports Centre, Chanterlands Avenue,
Hull
HU5 4EF Map and Directions

Available Spaces:

8

5th February - SIMS Office Hints and Tips

Course Outline

This course is aimed at school office staff and follows on from the SIMS Office User Primary course.  It extends the knowledge on the procedures for maintaining a wider range of accurate and useful data on pupils within the school’s Management Information System (MIS).

The course deals with some of the extended requests for information from the schools MIS and guides delegates through the general housekeeping routines.

Objectives

The objectives are that by the end of the course the delegate will have the skills necessary to use SIMS in a school office environment including:

  • Extending Pupil Data (recording Passport and Nationality Details, adding individual photographs)
  • Linking agents and agencies
  • How to record an absent pupil
  • Recording behaviour incidents and achievements
  • How to record exclusions
  • Updating Parental Salutation and Addressee fields
  • Manage individual registration group membership over time
  • Understanding of the Pastoral Structure
  • Maintaining the School Diary
  • Creating and reporting on User Defined Groups
  • Creating User Defined Fields
  • General Housekeeping routines
  • How to view and add Basic Staff Details
  • How to use the Home Page.

Throughout the course tasks/activities will be related to scenarios to equip delegates with the skills to accurately locate/view information and maintain their data. The course will investigate how to respond to requests for information needed from the software on pupils, these requests may come from teachers, support staff etc.

The idea to use scenarios throughout the course is to give the delegates a more realistic approach to the training, and to try to mirror some of the tasks/requests that may occur back in the school office on a daily basis.

Price: Free Event

Date:

February 5, 2020, starting at 09:30

Address:

Keystone MIS Suite 1, Hull Sports Centre, Chanterlands Avenue,
Hull
HU5 4EF Map and Directions

Available Spaces:

7

11th February - Cover

Overview

The course includes implementing Cover to manage all aspects of classroom staff absence and explore the dynamic links of the software to other areas of SIMS, such as SIMS Personnel and Examinations Organiser. This course will cover:

  • global settings available to customise the module
  • links to Personnel
  • managing supply cover
  • declaring teaching absence and arranging cover
  • managing room closures due to examinations
  • printing of the cover arrangements
  • cover statistics and impact summaries.

Course Objectives

By the end of the course you will be able to:

  • deal appropriately with supply staff in respect of personnel records
  • create and modify reasons for absence and closure
  • maintain optional rotas
  • define classes that do not require cover or should be suspended
  • manage the expectation that certain staff should be required to more cover than others
  • add absences and room closures and provide appropriate cover/invigilation
  • book and use supply staff and agencies
  • publish arrangements by print and by intranet
  • analyse statistics for absences, covers and the impact on particular classes and students.

Course Requirements

No prior knowledge required.

Price: Free Event

Date:

February 11, 2020, starting at 09:30

Address:

Keystone MIS Suite 1, Hull Sports Centre, Chanterlands Avenue,
Hull
HU5 4EF Map and Directions

Available Spaces:

8

12th February - SIMS Discover (AM)

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 it's full potential.

Objectives

  • The relationship between SIMS Discover and SIMS
  • The SIMS Discover interface
  • The range and scope of the pre-defined 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.

Price: Free Event

Date:

February 12, 2020, starting at 09:30

Address:

Keystone MIS Suite 1, Hull Sports Centre, Chanterlands Avenue,
Hull
HU5 4EF Map and Directions

Available Spaces:

8

12th February - SIMS Pay Online Payments (PM)

Overview

SIMs Agora helps you collect payments and permissions from parents simply, securely and cost-effectively, with the SIMs you already use.

With everything in one place, parents can easily manage payments and make purchases, whether it's for school meals, trips, clubs, transport, uniform or other school items.  SIMs Agora is accessible from PC's, mobiles and tablet devices, making it even more convenient for parents to make payments from wherever they are.

What are the benefits?

  • Simplify parent payments
  • Save your staff time
  • Improve safety by not having much cash at your school, and ensures children are safe by not having to carry cash with them.

Price: Free Event

Date:

February 12, 2020, starting at 13:00

Address:

Keystone MIS Suite 1, Hull Sports Centre, Chanterlands Avenue,
Hull
HU5 4EF Map and Directions

Available Spaces:

8

13th February - Options Online (AM)

Course Outline

This course is intended to help school staff create an Options plan, offer course selections to students online and create a solution that helps satisfy students' choices. It is a linear process that starts with defining the plan and ends with transferring the plan to SIMS.

Objectives

By the end of the course you will be able to:

  • define a new options plan, enter and analyse student choices
  • create classes and place them into a blocking structure
  • allocate students to classes, modifying the structure as appropriate
  • process the export to SIMS
  • print the final plan.

Course Requirements

A basic understanding of the options process in schools and its relationship to the timetable and Academic Management.

 

Price: Free Event

Date:

February 13, 2020, starting at 09:30

Address:

Keystone MIS Suite 1, Hull Sports Centre, Chanterlands Avenue,
Hull
HU5 4EF Map and Directions

Available Spaces:

8

3rd March - Options Online (PM)

Course Outline

This course is intended to help school staff create an Options plan, offer course selections to students online and create a solution that helps satisfy students' choices. It is a linear process that starts with defining the plan and ends with transferring the plan to SIMS.

Objectives

By the end of the course you will be able to:

  • define a new options plan, enter and analyse student choices
  • create classes and place them into a blocking structure
  • allocate students to classes, modifying the structure as appropriate
  • process the export to SIMS
  • print the final plan.

Course Requirements

A basic understanding of the options process in schools and its relationship to the timetable and Academic Management.

 

Price: Free Event

Date:

March 3, 2020, starting at 13:00

Address:

Keystone MIS Suite 1, Hull Sports Centre, Chanterlands Avenue,
Hull
HU5 4EF Map and Directions

Available Spaces:

8

4th March - Behaviour & Achievement (PM)

Course Objectives

The course provides a complete overview of the SIMS Behaviour Management area which a school can use to record, monitor and manage its pupils’ behaviour and achievements, including detentions and the use of report cards.

Overview

By the end of the course you will be able to:

  • 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
  • define report card templates and create report cards to enable the monitoring of session/lesson behaviour
  • define and record interventions where required
  • produce information on the data held in this area using the reports supplied in SIMS.

Course Requirements

A familiarity with the pupil data held in SIMS will 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 your school’s future ambitions in this area.

Price: Free Event

Date:

March 4, 2020, starting at 13:00

Address:

Keystone MIS Suite 1, Hull Sports Centre, Chanterlands Avenue,
Hull
HU5 4EF Map and Directions

Available Spaces:

8

5th March - Standard Reporting

Course Outline

This course is aimed at school office staff. Delegates will learn the various processes involved in importing pre-defined reports. Setting up a wide variety of reports, using Mailmerge, Labels and Student / Pupil Analyses reports and linking to Word and Excel. This is an ideal course to new members of staff or those who would like to gain more confidence using SIMS.

Objectives
The objectives are that by the end of the course the delegate will have the skills necessary to use SIMS in a school office environment including:

The various processes involved in importing pre-defined reports setting up a wide variety of reports using mailmerge, labels and student / pupil analyses reports links to MS Word and Excel.

Throughout the course tasks/activities will be related to scenarios to equip delegates with the skills to accurately locate/view information and maintain their data. The course will investigate how to respond to requests for information needed from the software on pupils, these requests may come from teachers, support staff etc.

The idea to use scenarios throughout the course is to give the delegates a more realistic approach to the training, and to try to mirror some of the tasks/requests that may occur back in the school office on a daily basis.

 

Price: Free Event

Date:

March 5, 2020, starting at 09:30

Address:

Keystone MIS Suite 1, Hull Sports Centre, Chanterlands Avenue,
Hull
HU5 4EF Map and Directions

Available Spaces:

8

10th March - Interventions (AM)

Course outline

SIMS Interventions is a system to record and track underperforming students, allocate additional resources and monitor how those resources affect Key Performance Indicators. Interventions allows schools to record how much those resources cost, so that outcomes can be tracked against cost as well as against impact.

By the end of the course you will be able to:

  • define interventions, and capture and understand basic cost information
  • set up when the intervention will take place, who will run it and allocate students to the intervention for a specific period of time
  • add an intervention to an individual student
  • record whether an intervention has been effective for an individual student
  • record a target for an individual student
  • review interventions against assessment data
  • review which intervention is the most effective
  • view/edit all interventions against an individual student
  • analyse the intervention group in Discover
  • to analyse intervention information in an Assessment Marksheet and the Programme of Study
  • create reports on the interventions through the reporting dictionary
  • create analysis reports to provide to Ofsted or an LA as evidence of which students have which interventions and which interventions are most effective
  • enhance Discover to pull through information on the interventions being run in the school.

Who is it for?

This course is aimed at staff responsible for the setup, maintenance and analysis of Interventions within SIMS including Senior Leaders, Data Manager and Administrative Staff.

Price: Free Event

Date:

March 10, 2020, starting at 09:30

Address:

Keystone MIS Suite 1, Hull Sports Centre, Chanterlands Avenue,
Hull
HU5 4EF Map and Directions

Available Spaces:

8

11th March - SIMS and the SENCo (PM)

Course Outline

This 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.

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 lookup tables
  • Add linked Adults, Agents and Agencies
  • Send, receive and view messages relating to SEN pupils
  • Configure their SIMs homepage to help monitor SEN processes.

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.

 

Price: Free Event

Date:

March 11, 2020, starting at 13:00

Address:

Keystone MIS Suite 1, Hull Sports Centre, Chanterlands Avenue,
Hull
HU5 4EF Map and Directions

Available Spaces:

8

12th March - SIMS Office Hints and Tips

Course Outline

This course is aimed at school office staff and follows on from the SIMS Office User Primary course.  It extends the knowledge on the procedures for maintaining a wider range of accurate and useful data on pupils within the school’s Management Information System (MIS).

The course deals with some of the extended requests for information from the schools MIS and guides delegates through the general housekeeping routines.

Objectives

The objectives are that by the end of the course the delegate will have the skills necessary to use SIMS in a school office environment including:

  • Extending Pupil Data (recording Passport and Nationality Details, adding individual photographs)
  • Linking agents and agencies
  • How to record an absent pupil
  • Recording behaviour incidents and achievements
  • How to record exclusions
  • Updating Parental Salutation and Addressee fields
  • Manage individual registration group membership over time
  • Understanding of the Pastoral Structure
  • Maintaining the School Diary
  • Creating and reporting on User Defined Groups
  • Creating User Defined Fields
  • General Housekeeping routines
  • How to view and add Basic Staff Details
  • How to use the Home Page.

Throughout the course tasks/activities will be related to scenarios to equip delegates with the skills to accurately locate/view information and maintain their data. The course will investigate how to respond to requests for information needed from the software on pupils, these requests may come from teachers, support staff etc.

The idea to use scenarios throughout the course is to give the delegates a more realistic approach to the training, and to try to mirror some of the tasks/requests that may occur back in the school office on a daily basis.

Price: Free Event

Date:

March 12, 2020, starting at 09:30

Address:

Keystone MIS Suite 1, Hull Sports Centre, Chanterlands Avenue,
Hull
HU5 4EF Map and Directions

Available Spaces:

8

17th March - Extended 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 continues from the Standard Reporting course and so assumes that you are able to create basic reports.

The Extended Reporting course will cover using sub-reports where pupils have many pieces of data attached to them (for example contacts) and will look at creating user defined templates in Word, Rich Text Format Reports, reports from different focuses, outputting to Excel and making basic use of macros.

Course Objectives

By the end of the course you will have a clear understanding of how reports are produced in SIMS and in particular be able to:

  • report using sub-reports
  • create Word templates
  • see how to save paper with columns
  • understand why delegates would use a Rich Text Format Report
  • look at different focuses and create reports using them
  • output to Excel and the use of basic macros.

Throughout the course tasks/activities will be related to scenarios. This will equip you with the skills to respond to requests for information needed from the software on pupils. These requests may come from sources within or external to the school.

Overview

This course builds on the ground covered in the Standard Reporting course and extends those techniques further. It will:

  • enable the production of more complicated lists and mail merged documents
  • modify templates to adjust the appearance of reports including the incorporation of headed paper
  • develop the use of RTF output.

Course Requirements

This course requires you to have a basic knowledge of reporting up to the level obtained through the Standard Reporting course. It assumes that you are able to create basic reports, which can be output to standard lists or Word mail merges and assumes that you have used SIMS Analysis and other output types from SIMS.

Price: Free Event

Date:

March 17, 2020, starting at 09:30

Address:

Keystone MIS Suite 1, Hull Sports Centre, Chanterlands Avenue,
Hull
HU5 4EF Map and Directions

Available Spaces:

4

24th March - SIMS Basic Office User

Course Outline

This course is aimed at school office staff.  It investigates key functionality and features in SIMS to enable your school to run efficiently through its effective use of data.  This is an ideal course to new members of staff or those who would like to gain more confidence using SIMS.

Objectives

The objectives are that by the end of the course the delegate will have the skills necessary to use SIMS in a school office environment including:

  • finding your way around SIMS
  • looking up pupil information
  • making day-to-day adjustments to pupil details
  • sending a letter home
  • responding to information received about pupils and contracts
  • dealing with leavers and admissions.

Throughout the course tasks/activities will be related to scenarios to equip delegates with the skills to accurately locate/view information and maintain their data. The course will investigate how to respond to requests for information needed from the software on pupils, these requests may come from teachers, support staff etc.

The idea to use scenarios throughout the course is to give the delegates a more realistic approach to the training, and to try to mirror some of the tasks/requests that may occur back in the school office on a daily basis.

Price: Free Event

Date:

March 24, 2020, starting at 09:30

Address:

Keystone MIS Suite 1, Hull Sports Centre, Chanterlands Avenue,
Hull
HU5 4EF Map and Directions

Available Spaces:

8

31st March - Advanced Reporting using Excel Analysis

Introduction

SIMS is designed to extract a wide range of data using its reporting functionality, including student details, attendance, assessment and behaviour data. The export of data into Excel is the default option for many of the predefined reports in SIMS.

Excel is a spreadsheet programme which enables you to store, display, organise and analyse data. Formulas process data in an accurate and repeatable way and pivot tables provide an interactive method of interrogating data.

Once you have analysed data in Excel provided via a SIMS report, that same analysis will most probably be repeated for the next week, next month or next year. Incorporating the Excel analysis directly within the SIMS report means that both the extraction of the data from SIMS and the analysis of the data in Excel can be achieved, automatically, in one step.

Course Objectives

By the end of the course you will have an understanding of:

  • automating data analysis in SIMS reports using Excel
  • Excel formulas
  • analysing data using Excel
  • designing more complex SIMS reports
  • Excel pivot tables
  • Excel macros.

Throughout the course tasks/activities will be related to scenarios. This will equip you with the skills to respond to requests for information needed from the software on pupils. These requests may come from sources within or external to the school.

Overview

This course explores the use of the reporting functionality to extract data and the use of Excel to analyse this data. We will explore some of the capabilities of Excel in data analysis and show how to automate this analysis. This course will demonstrate how to combine the reporting and the analysis into a repeatable automated process, enabling you to generate the reports whenever necessary.

Course Requirements

You need some basic knowledge and experience of SIMS, including the Assessment, Attendance and Behaviour Management areas. A basic knowledge of reporting is also required as is some knowledge of formulas and functions in Excel 2007 or later. Your trainer may spend the first part of the first day of the course teaching or refreshing Excel skills so that these do not become an obstacle to the rest of the course. Various resources have been included to enable these skills to be learned and practised.

Price: Free Event

Date:

March 31, 2020, starting at 09:30

Address:

Keystone MIS Suite 1, Hull Sports Centre, Chanterlands Avenue,
Hull
HU5 4EF Map and Directions

Available Spaces:

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