CS Time Training

November 11th, 2016 by Gareth Leave a reply »

Eco Time will be hosting CS Time training again soon. Training will take place in Cape Town, Johannesburg and Durban. The emphasis will be on practical activities and all attendees will have their own PC to work on.

Level 1 training is aimed at new operators who have not been trained by Eco Time. The training will cover concepts such as adding public holidays, capturing leave and other basic functionality.

Level 2 training is ideal for clients who have already attended our Eco Time Beginner training or have been using CS Time for more than 6 months. The training will review the basics and other concepts such as basic shift rostering, overtime authorisation, lock dates, setting the date and time on a CS TimeClock and other intermediate functionality.

The training will be a 3 hour session from 9:30 to 12:30.
These will take at our offices in Cape Town, Gauteng and Durban.
The cost is R1500 (ex VAT) per delegate, additional delegates from the same company cost R1250.

Training dates are:

Level 1:
19 or 20 July   (registration required by 6 July)
17 or 18 October (registration not yet open)

Level 2:
25 or 26 July   (registration required by 17 July)
24 or 25 October (registration not yet open)

The training is repeated, so pick which day works best for you.
Classes will be limited in size, so places will be allocated on a first-come first-serve basis.

Please send us an email at training@eco-time.com if you are interested and we’ll send you the necessary information to complete registration.


Level 1 training covers the following topics:

Buttons explained
Managing employees
Managing clockings
Managing daily hours
Managing payroll hours
Managing leave records
Adding a public holiday
Fixing errors
Doing a bulk process
Generating a payroll extract file
Doing a backup

Level 2 training covers the following topics:

Basics review (what’s covered in beginner training)
Basic Shift Rostering ( Payroll & Daily)
Overtime authorisation
Lock dates
Toolbar Shortcuts
Viewing the Audit log
Analysis (warnings)
Set date & time on the CS TimeClock
Bulk operations

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