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Training Packs are back for Summer 2014

June 5, 2014

As the school year winds down to a close, and new schools sign on for the new school year, QuickSchools will be offering the discounted Training Packs from last year. So if you’re new to QuickSchools, or want a quick refresher on some of modules available on QuickSchools, then this training pack is for you..

How it works

The training will be conducted via an online meeting / webinar (We typically use GoToMeeting, Fuze, or Join.me). If you’re interested in the training pack, contact us to arrange times for your admin training and your teacher training (they don’t have to be at the same time, or on the same day). We’ll send you a link for the webinar, and the training will be done online.

We recommend having a projector ready for training sessions with a lot of participants. It helps if each participant has a laptop, so they can walk through the various parts of the software, as we’re explaining the features and modules.

Once the training sessions are completed, you will see a bill for the training pack on your Account page. If you’re on a credit card subscription, you will be charged automatically in your next billing cycle.

Admin Training

So the admin training will include all things schools administrators need to know when setting up a QuickSchools account for the new school year. We discuss these steps quite extensively in this blog article:

https://blog.quickschools.com/2013/08/14/getting-started-for-the-new-school-year/

Your trainer will be able to answer any questions you may have about setting up your account. So be prepared with any questions as well.

Teacher Training

During the Teacher Training, we’ll first go over the basics that every teacher should know, like how to log in and where to go for help. We have a short article about it here:

https://blog.quickschools.com/2013/06/26/getting-started-as-a-teacher/

From there, we’ll go into all the modules available to your teachers (depending on what you have enabled for teachers). This will include the Teacher’s Lounge, the Gradebook, Report Cards, Attendance, Discipline, Homework, Online Class Discussions, and Private Messaging. We’ll also field any questions from teachers about specific setups.

How much does it cost?

Training sessions typically run for $150 an hour. You can now get both the 1-hour admin training and the 1-hour teacher training for $75. Offer ends August 31, 2014.

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