Steps to adding a class

Steps to adding a class

As soon as you know you will be running a class, you will need to add this class to the Academy. This will then enable you to enrol students onto that class and also allows you to advertise the class (if appropriate) so it appears in the catalog on the Infrastructure academy site.

On a public listed class students can register their interset in the class and you will receive an email with the student details and so can arrange their attendance on the class directly with them.

To begin adding a class, click the Add Class button on the Country ATA Portal and then fill out the form.

The class name is used to identify that particular class, this will not be visible to students. We recommend you use something unique that clearly identifies the class e.g AMP ACT 1 Geneva March 2016

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