After you have created a class, you must schedule the class before students can enroll. Scheduling a class involves setting the start date, stop date, start time, location, class capacity, duration / class length, and instructors. To schedule a class, follow these instructions:
- Click on "Classes" on the main menu
- Click on Schedule ext to the class you want to schedule:
- A list of schedule classes for the selected classes will be displayed. You can see the completed classes, classes in progress, and classes not started.
- Click on the "Schedule Class" button to schedule a new class. Optionally, you can select "Edit the Class Schedule" to edit an existing class schedule.
- Enter in the class start date, Start Time, and Stop Date:
Tip: Depending on the browser you are using, you may see a drop down calendar. For example, if you are using the Chrome browse, you will see the above drop down calendar.
- Select the class location, the schedule class type, the class capacity, and the class length in minutes.
Example: If your class is 1 hour long, enter in 60, which indicates 60 minutes
Tip: Class capacity refers to the maximum number of students the class can accommodate. For example, enter 25 if the class can accommodate 25 students.
- Indicate the days of the week this class meets, and if the class meets every other week:
- Select one or more instructors that will teach this class.
- Click on the Save button to schedule this class
Tip: Studioware will automatically calculate all the dates for this scheduled class. If you have set any holidays in the administration panel where your business is closed, Studioware will not schedule classes on those dates.
You can easily see all the dates that Studioware calculated for any scheduled class by selecting "View Class Dates" next to any schedule class:
The list of scheduled dates will appear. You can easily add more dates, delete dates, edit dates, change teachers, set class start time or the class duration, by selecting the corresponding buttons in the toolbar or action list: