Date(s) - 25/11/2022
2:00 pm - 4:30 pm
BTS House, Wallington
This is the second session of our return to In Person small group training sessions which will take place in our training room within the Cygnet office in Wallington. The course is perfect for beginners starting to learn and begin to use SIMS Reporting functions. It will be an interactive session, introducing you to the report designing process in SIMS with the objective of being able to extract useful information from the pupil database in a variety of formats. This course introduces you to the report designing process in SIMS with the objective of being able to extract useful information from the pupil database in a variety of formats.
Your trainer for this course will be Katharine Segura Harvey
You must be familiar with the day to day use of SIMS, the range of data which is stored within the database and how that data is entered and maintained.
By the end of the course you will be able to produce lists of information on all areas of a pupil record through the Student List area, experiment with Rename, Nest, Remove, Blank and Photo options. Explore how a report is designed before modifying existing pre-defined reports then learn how to create new ones. Produce mail merged address labels and mail merged letters in Word, apply Rules and Styles. Learn how to apply filters and when to use them to acquire different information. Look at the difference between preview and running reports and changes that can be made. Create new reports to output to Excel and Basic Analysis.
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This course costs £100 per attendee.
Customers with Cygnet support contracts can use their training credits against this course.
We request you provide details of your authorising manager, we will then inform them of your booking along with sending any invoice that may be applicable.
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