onCourse 4.1 Build 32107 Freeware

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onCourse 4.1 Build 32107 Freeware

A simple to use piece of software that you can use to manage important information

Track your students, courses and enrolments with onCourse, a comprehensive system from ish.onCourse. Your staff will be able to easily manage the most important information from across your organization: web site pages, students, enrolments, invoices, tutors and much more. Almost no training is needed to get your staff up and running with the new system. onCourse has been designed to work the way you do. Because onCourse automatically updates your web site as you make changes to course information, or fill places in your courses, your web site is always accurate and up to date. onCourse has been written for colleges with as few as several hundred enrolments per year. It scales easily to accommodate large colleges with thousands of enrolments per week. It is written with a focus on the Australian environment, however it will work in any country and with most sales tax systems. Because of onCourse’s core marketing qualities, it is more suited to colleges and schools providing short courses (that is, one year or less) and trying to sell those courses to the general public. It has features specific to running an RTO but it equally useful to colleges without accreditation. Requirements: · Java What’s New in This Release: [ read full changelog ] New features: · CorporatePass · Printing backgrounds · Course relations · USI and AVETMISS 7 Improvements: Performance: · We have spent significant effort in this release to improve network performance and reduce memory usage. This will impact the entire application, but in particular the class edit screen has been a focus of our efforts. You may not notice any difference if you were on a fast local network, but remote connections should see significant improvement. In some cases on a very slow link we observed open the class edit view improve from 30 seconds to 5 seconds. Tagging: · Tag groups can now no longer be available to both courses and classes at the same time. This has caused quite a lot of confusion for our users over the years, and the use-case for such a feature is so narrow that we figure it is time to restrict this option to what people mostly want to achieve. Tagging classes should be a pretty rare thing anyway, and if you have a tag group linked to both courses and classes, th…

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