finance, IT & administration
build skills to work with software, systems and procedures
SI-net Admissions (Part A)
|Start Date||Start - End Time||Venue||Places Taken|
|6/12/2017||9:30 AM - 12:30 PM||Seddon Bldg-82A, Room S40||6 of 12||Register|
Duration: 3 hours
Coordinator: Ms Lisa Forster
Presenter: Ms Lisa Forster
You must complete SI-net Fundamentals as a prerequisite course prior to attending SI-net Admissions (Part A).
This course is run centrally only when required. Please try to arrange training with your SI-net expert user before enrolling in the course.
SI-net is the University's student administration system and is a database storing all aspects of student data (application for admission, enrolment, progression, financial, etc.) online.
Admissions training will teach staff to process applications to study at UQ, prospective students, and recruitment information and is segregated into two sessions: Part A and Part B.
Training incorporates theoretical and practical-based learning competencies to ensure participants can apply the trained skills in their actual workplace. Training attendance is linked to SI-net access so only trained staff have access.
This course will enable participants to:
1. enter/update prospect data and identify recruiters
2. enter/update applications
3. enter education, work experience and test results data
4. manage changes to application details
5. use checklists, comments and communications functionality for applicants.