Register for Live Webinars

These instructor-led virtual classes use the Internet to provide a convenient and cost-effective learning experience. Webinars are offered throughout the year on a variety of focused 1.5 hour training topics.

In addition to topic-focused sessions, we also hold open Friday Forums that allow participants to direct the focus of the session. This allows for flexibility to receive training on any other topic relevant to the group.

HOW IT WORKS

Registrants will be provided a web address and sign-in that allows them to join their class with a live trainer at the scheduled date and time. You will be able to interact with the trainer and other participants in real time – just as if you were in a classroom! All you will need is a connection to the internet, voice will be delivered over the phone.

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UNLIMITED WEBINAR SUBSCRIPTION

A webinar subscription would enable your school or district to participate in an unlimited number (via 1 connection) of the various courses offered.

INTERESTED IN SELF-LEARNING?

Contact training@cri-mms.com to test our self-guided modules. These modules will be coming soon- be the first to check them out!

 

 

HOW TO REGISTER

We offer several pricing options. You may register for just one webinar ($100.00 per webinar) or you may choose our cost-saving Unlimited Webinar Subscription plan.

To register for a webinar:

     

    • Log in to view our webinar calendar

     

     

    • Browse the calendar below for the webinar you wish to attend. View the details and follow the instructions given on-screen.
    • You may locate a webinar through browsing in daily, weekly, monthly or agenda views in the Webinar Calendar.

     


    TitleDateStart TimeDurationRegister
    Eight Stages of Scheduling Review the different stages of scheduling. From initial planning, gathering the data to build schedules through printing off the final schedules.Dec 10, 20189:00am EST1 hour
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    Course Section Patterns New! Take a look at the Section Pattern editor in Vision SIS. Automated Schedule Builder (ASB) will build the Master Schedule based on information you set up. Start by creating sample section definitions that are organized into Section Pattern groups. These Section Pattern groups are then associated with specific courses. Understanding how the ASB works with these Section Patterns to speed up the scheduling process. Dec 10, 201810:00am EST1 hour
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    Open Forum The topic(s) covered during theses sessions are up to you our clients. We invite you to join in the discussion and bring your own questions. Please submit your questions to training@cri-mms.com.Dec 13, 20181:00pm EST1 hour
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    What's new in Vision SIS? Take a look at the new features added to Vision SIS with the Fall 2018 Release. In this webinar we will take a closer look at the following operations: Configuring Family Portal Biographical Information, Configure Schedule Rotation, Upload Student Photos, Manage Skills Report Cards, Graduation Requirements, and more!Dec 13, 20182:00pm EST1 hour
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    ASB Constraints New! Take a look at setting up ASB Scheduling Constraints in Vision SIS. Users will gain an understanding of how the Automated Schedule Builder creates course sections based on guidelines that they set. Topics covered include the basics of defining course codes and descriptions, how to determine the number of sections needed per course, maximum enrollment figures per section and how to effectively allocate resources such as meeting rooms and teacher assignments.Dec 17, 20189:00am EST1 hour
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    Setting up Transcripts Take a look at setting up transcripts in Vision SIS. This transcript can be made available to the CR Family Portal as well as to Teachers and Staff. Generate a multi-year transcript with demographics, school information, academic standing, activities, and more. Opt to include final averages for prior years and ongoing term grades for the current year. You will also learn how to include standardized testing.Dec 17, 201810:30am EST1 hour
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    Open Forum The topic(s) covered during theses sessions are up to you our clients. We invite you to join in the discussion and bring your own questions. Please submit your questions to training@cri-mms.com.Dec 20, 20189:00am EST1 hour
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    Course Section Patterns New! Take a look at the Section Pattern editor in Vision SIS. Automated Schedule Builder (ASB) will build the Master Schedule based on information you set up. Start by creating sample section definitions that are organized into Section Pattern groups. These Section Pattern groups are then associated with specific courses. Understanding how the ASB works with these Section Patterns to speed up the scheduling process. Dec 20, 20182:00pm EST1 hour
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    Open Forum The topic(s) covered during theses sessions are up to you our clients. We invite you to join in the discussion and bring your own questions. Please submit your questions to training@cri-mms.com.Dec 27, 20181:00pm EST1 hour
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    ASB Constraints New! Take a look at setting up ASB Scheduling Constraints in Vision SIS. Users will gain an understanding of how the Automated Schedule Builder creates course sections based on guidelines that they set. Topics covered include the basics of defining course codes and descriptions, how to determine the number of sections needed per course, maximum enrollment figures per section and how to effectively allocate resources such as meeting rooms and teacher assignments.Dec 27, 20182:00pm EST1 hour
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    Running the Automated Schedule Builder (ASB) Automated Schedule Builder (ASB) will build the Master Schedule based on Course, Teacher and Room Constraints you set up. Topics include Semester balancing, schedule sequence, overloads, student order, course priority, student versus teacher schedules. Additionally, attendees will learn which MMS reports can be used to get an accurate picture of the scheduling process and monitor it going forward.Dec 28, 20189:00am EST1 hour
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    Team Scheduling The fine art of scheduling is applied to the specific needs of middle schools using a ‘team’ approach to student grouping. Along with detailing methods for assigning students to teams, an easy to understand technique for course code naming is presented. Scheduling ‘Specials’ or ‘Unified Arts’ courses, in addition to core academic courses, are also discussed, as well as tips for scheduling non-standard or variable-length term rotations.Dec 28, 201810:30am EST1 hour
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