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Scheduling Classes

If a course is offered at more than one time or more than one location, each offering of the course is called a class. You can schedule multiple sessions for a class. Each class session is identified by a unique numerical code.

You can schedule class sessions for the same day and the same time, but in different rooms. Instructors and students can be associated with a class. Though not required, class sessions allow for greater flexibility in managing time, room, and instructor changes that may occur during the course of a multiday classroom event.

This task is a step in Process of Setting Up Class Schedules and Sessions.

To schedule classes for a course

  1. Navigate to the Administration - Training screen > Course Details view.
  2. In the Courses list, select the course, and then click the Class Schedule view tab.

    NOTE:  The Format drop-down list is a toggle that displays a list for Instructor-Led and Distance Learning classes and a form for non-Instructor-Led and Distance Learning classes.

  3. In the Class Schedule list, create a new record, and complete the fields.

    If the fields do not appear, click the menu button in the Class Schedule form, and select Columns Displayed.

    Some of the fields are described in the following table.

    NOTE:  The format for the course must be Instructor-Led or Distance Learning. Do not create a new class schedule record for other formats such as Web-based formats.



    Values are Active, Inactive, End of Life, Pre-Release, Pending, QA, Near Term, and Cancelled.


    Number of seats in the class already taken by enrollees.


    Number of seats in the class still available for enrollees. Open seats are automatically calculated.

    Access Group

    Access groups determine course or product and curriculum visibility based on account, group, user, or organization.

    Course Sponsor

    Values are Customer Education, Employee Education, End User Education, and Technical Education.

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