ISS Step 3 - Creating a Booking pattern

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Creating an IS attendance booking pattern

Once you have updated the CCSS Enrolment you are now able to set up the ISS booking pattern against the child.

The booking pattern can be created by selecting the Account name on the Account screen.
  1. Select the ISS/FSF tab
  2. Select New

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The below screen will then display.
  1. Select the Child the IS booking pattern is for. Each child should have a separate IS Booking pattern created.
  2. Select the applicable Enrol ID for the IS booking pattern. The IS Case must be linked to this ID
  3. Select the applicable IS case ID that the booking pattern is to be claimed against (information is drawn from the chosen EnrolID).
  4. Select the Roll linked to the IS case.
  5. Begins - select the date the IS case commences that the booking pattern is to begin on (recommended that this be a Monday).
  6. Select the Payment Type of hrs to be claimed.
  7. Add the expected In and out times for the Educator for the week relating to this IS case.
  8. IS case details: displays all known details provided via the CCSS enrolment for the IS Case. If the child has a rotating pattern then the user can have a 2 week rotational roster otherwise this is not to be used.
  9. Select OK to save
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Following the steps above sets up the framework of your IS case for this child and pending any other changes will remain constant for the duration of the IS case. All information to input this data into the IS Booking pattern should be included in your IS case confirmation details.

Note that the booking will automatically cease appearing in the Rolls when the ISS case ends so no End Date is required.

You are currently viewing Step 3 of 7 steps
Click on the next step to continue setting up your IS case
Understanding ISS
Step 1 – Setting up the ISS component of Qikkids
Step 2 – Updating the CCSS Enrolment to include the IS case details
You are here > Step 3 – Creating an IS booking pattern
Step 4 – Creating Educators
Step 5 – Managing IS attendances on the Rolls screen
Step 6 – Processing the IS claim
Step 7 – Submitting the IS Claim to CCSS
Processing Compromised IS claims
Creating an Ad Hoc IS Claim





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