Student Records System overview

An insightful and short overview session on the Student Records System. Essential for new staff or anyone that uses it regularly. The course will next run on Monday, 9 May 2016 from 2.00pm - 4.30pm.

This short session will give you a brief introduction to the University Student Records System and how it is used to store, administer and manage aspects of the student lifecycle from a student applying to the University all the way through to their graduation.

The session is high level overview of the IT systems used in the Student Records System, rather than a hands-on PC session. It is designed as an introduction course aimed at those who are new to using the Student Records System to cover introductory concepts.  However if you have used the Student Records System previously you will still pick up some very useful information.

What other staff say about the course

These are comments from staff who have already attended this course and found it helpful:

This course is great for new starters, administrators and academics that have not been part of the  admissions/registration process and need to have an introduction to what these systems do and their functionality
This is one of the most useful courses I have been on. It should be recommended to anyone who uses one or more of these systems.
Very interesting –should be compulsory for all new staff when they start
Enjoyed the course - a good way to learn about all the systems
Good informative course – real progress linking departments to central systems
Useful to have the future vision of the Student Record System and next stages for development

Book to attend

The next date for this course is Monday, 9 May 2016 from 2.00pm - 4.30pm. To book your place or for a list of the other dates visit the Student Record System overview page on the Leicester Learning Institute website.

Need IT help?

Visit the Student Record System pages on the IT Help website for more information.

Contact the IT Service Desk on 0116 252 2253 or via email at Please make urgent queries by telephone.

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