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NOVA-T6 Timetabling - Day 1 of 4 - Secondary
Running: On 27 February 2018 from 09:15 to 15:00
Spaces Available: There are only 2 places remaining.
Location: NPW Training Room 5
Course Organiser: Delakshi Nadanasivam
Fees: SLA Non-subscriber Fee: £105
SLA Standard Level Subscriber Fee: £0
SLA Comprehensive Level Subscriber Fee: £0
Required Documents: NOVA-T6 Timetabling - Day 1 of 4 - Secondary. The manual for this course will be available electronically. If you prefer to work with a hard copy you will need to print this from the NPW website and bring it with you to the training session. Please contact NPW for further details as documentation is updated on a rolling basis.

Aimed At:

Staff responsible for constructing the Timetable in secondary schools. Beginners to timetabling are advised to attend the course NOVA and Options for September 2014 first.

Course Outline:

The course is spread over 4 days to provide the knowledge and guidance to create a school timetable which will integrate into SIMS .net

The course consists of:

· Timetable basedata - subjects, teachers and rooms

· Timetable cycle details

· Curriculum plans - bands, blocks and classes

Knowledge required:

An understanding of school curriculum and timetable structures. Basic knowledge of SIMS .net Academic Management would be an advantage.



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