Your Programming module allows you to create standalone classes within your programs. A single session is typically a one off session. You can add new sessions if needed.
Step 1: From the Programming module. Click on 'Programs' in the right-hand corner. Its the icon.
Step 2: Select a course category in the boxes or select add a new category - remember, a category is the collective group of clinics or programs.
Step 3: The click on Add New Program
You will receive three program choices, select Single Session
Fill in the program defaults.
You will then add information in the description: This is shown on the front page under Notes from the coach: Having as much information in here as possible will help reduce questions.
Confirmation : This is the information provided after they have completed the registration process.
Start Date: As this is a single session - there is only one date. If you want to run more than one session, you will need to manually add more sessions, or use the short course or recurring sessions, as they may be a better option.
Contact information: This will be displayed on the page overview and in any emails. They are mandatory, but if you do not want to offer a phone number - you can enter 11 x 0's.
Waiver : This is where you can add the terms and conditions/waiver. They have to agree to the terms as part of booking process. If you don't add one they don't.
The choose where to publish - by unticking them, they will not be published.
Next you set up the session defaults:
Step 4: Save
You will now see the session summary, this is the screen where the participants will be listed once they have booked onto the session. You will be able to click on the links below. You can use these for creating QR codes for advertising.
There is also a direct link to the course displayed, this link will take you to the course booking page.
Once you have one session created. You can add new sessions by clicking on
this will copy all the information over, you just need to add the date and coaches that are running this session.