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All Day Event: Select this check box if the event will last all day and
doesn’t have a specific starting or ending time.
Recurrence: The frequency with which the course is offered, if it is
offered more than once, such as monthly or annually.
Workspace: Select this check box if you’d like to automatically
create a public workspace that attendees can use to learn more
about the course.
5. Click OK to save your changes and return to the Training Course list.
Your new course now appears with any other classes you’ve already
scheduled.
Figure 17-15:
Creating
a new
Training
Course.
Taking attendance
A popular movie contends that if you build it, they will come — but when it
comes to holding training courses and seminars, I’m not sure that’s the best
advice to follow. If you’ve ever planned a seminar only to find that no one
shows up, you’ll know exactly what I mean.
Knowing who your attendees are in advance of a seminar is important for a
number of reasons. Obviously, you don’t want to run a course if no one has
signed up to take it. You might also find that it isn’t cost-effective to run a
seminar for a small crowd. Alternatively, your offering might prove so
popular that you have to limit attendance to ensure you’ll have ample supplies
and seats for all attendees.
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