SIMS .net is a School's Information Management system for recording / management of pupil and staff data.
It can record key data on individual attendance, progress, behaviour, achievements and special educational needs. This information is displayed on a single screen, with quick links to all the pupil / student information.
Target Audience: School Admin Assistants responsible for the input and maintenance of basic pupil / student data
Key Features: Following on from the Basic course this will look at more detailed pupil / student data
A variety of topics related to pupil / student data are covered including:
The course follows on from Personnel 7 - Part 1 and demonstrates how to produce reports based on the data entered onto staff records to support pay related and absence data management.
Target Audience: New Admin Officers with responsibility for maintaining staff records. The course is aimed at staff with little or no knowledge of Personnel procedures.
Key Features: The Personnel Module is one of the key core modules in SIMS .net. Reporting in Personnel provides the opportunity to check and maintain the information on staff records ensuring records comply with School Workforce Census requirements.
Topics covered include:
SIMS .net has its own reporting facility. There are numerous reports provided within the software to allow users to extract useful information from the Pupil / Student database in a variety of formats. Users are also able to design their own reports to extract data specific to their requirements.
Target Audience: Delegates must be familiar with basic usage of SIMS .net
Key Features: The course will cover:
FMS provides a comprehensive at-a-glance picture of your school's finances and resources to help your team to manage their day-to-day financial tasks. Administrative staff can handle payments quickly and efficiently, heads of departments can manage their budgets and bursars can track spending and staff costs against commitments.
Target Audience: School Finance staff new to FMS
Key Features: This course provides an introduction to the School Finance module for new staff.
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.
Target Audience: 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.
Key Features: Routines included in the course include:
The course follows on from the Basic Reporting course and so assumes that users are able to create basic reports.
Target Audience: This course requires users to have a basic knowledge of reporting up to the level obtained through the Basic Reporting course. It assumes that users are able to create basic reports and have used SIMS Analysis and other output types from SIMS.
Key Features: The course will equip users with a clear understanding of how reports are produced in SIMS and in particular be able to:
Target Audience: School Finance staff with prior knowledge of the basics of FMS
Key Features: This course provides more in-depth training to the School Finance module for staff already familiar with FMS
Topics covered include:-
The course follows on from the Basic Reporting course and therefore assumes that users are able to create basic reports.
Target Audience: This course requires users to have a basic knowledge of reporting up to the level obtained through the Basic Reporting course. It assumes that users are able to create basic reports which can be output to standard lists.