Tidying up your registration structure for one-form years

During part 6 of the New School Year Setup process, you schedule classes for your registration forms to enable you to take registers. When completing option A (Schedule Sessions from Registration Forms), this automatically created the registration form within a parent course for the year group.

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This means all of your class names can be quite long and repetitive if you only have one registration form within each year group.

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To make your registration class the top-level module to simplify your setup, go to School > Programmes > Year Courses and click into the registration form.

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Click the Component of field.

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In the slide over, click Edit.

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Here you can either select a different top-level component to move it under, or you can click the X to make this class the top-level course.

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Once you have chosen where to put the module, click the green button.

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Your class will then be the top-level component. Notice how the class name at the top looks much simpler.

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Don't worry, your automatic enrolments from the Registration From student groups will remain.

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If you chose to make your class the top-level course, you may also wish to delete any old top-level courses that they used to be under. To do this, go back to School > Programmes > Year Courses and click the course to delete.

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In the overview, click the red Delete button.

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