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How to create new and different courses in the club

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Written by Giulio
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In the menu School, Program Types, it is possible to create different types of courses that you can offer to your clients. 

These programs can be differentiated by sports, children only, number of students, mornings or afternoons etc.
An example of the different types of courses that a club has is shown below. 

To create a new type of course, go to School, Program Types and click on New.

A new page will open, in which you must complete the following fields.

  • Name: Put the description of the type of course. 

  • Sport: From the drop down box, select which sport this program belongs to. 

  • Type of reservation: Select the type of reservation that will be associated with that type of course. Generally it will be "School". 

  • Fee: With the magnifying glass, look for the fee that will be associated wirth this type of course. This fee has already been pre determined by you in another step. This field will decide the price of the course and the periodicity of the payment. 

  • Enrolment Fee: If this particular program has an enrolment fee, you will need to link a product in association with the enrolment fee. 

  • Online inscription and Online payment: Tick these boxes if you would like the course available to be booked online from the client area. 

  • Enrolment by days: Tick this box if you want to allow students to register on individual days in courses of more than one day a week, in places that are available. 

  • # of players: This provides a limit to the maximum number of students allowed in this type of program. 

  • Waiting list: Ticking this box allows customers to register on a waiting list in this course when there are no vacancies. 

  • Discontinued: Tick this box when this type of program is no longer available for registration in the club. 

An example configuration could be this: 

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