To implement the enormous power and flexibility of the EduAdmin solution as
an effective administration tool, it is essential that administrators and
management are provided with the solution of access to effective training:
training to ensure the ability to use the software to its full potential,
training to keep those skills current and training to ensure a rapid
implementation cycle. Training is geared towards providing the total solution to
performing the administrative tasks on a daily, periodic or annual basis.
EduAdmin works incredibly hard at servicing its customers with initiative,
innovation and integrity, and its sincerity in this regard is truly the
Regional support managers are available for on-site training and support. On-site training and support
attracts an additional fee, charged out per hour. Hours are calculated from the
time of arrival at the school; travelling time is not included and usually no
travelling costs are included.
It is important to plan carefully when selecting who is to attend EduAdmin
training and what time-frames will be utilised. All too often, the wrong people
attend the courses and the implementation of the program fails after the
training has been attended. EduAdmin is unlike any other school administration
software program in that it is customisable by the user. This means that the
decision-makers must attend the training, not the operators. The operators can
be taught in-house at a later stage.
The choice of who is to attend the training must also take cognisance of the
level of computer literacy of the delegates. It is futile sending someone on an
EduAdmin course if they are not familiar with Windows. The EduAdmin courses are
largely conceptual. EduAdmin uses the computer to automate tedious functions. It
never takes the decision-making away from management. This is consistent with
the unique EduAdmin paradigm of never customising the program, but rather adding
As a guideline, we suggest the following steps:
Identify key (core) staff.
Map a timetable based on the suggestions below.
Identify other staff for in-house training.
The key staff are defined as follows: