Follow these steps to find out how to enter schedules quickly and easily. If you are a student, you can make a schedule proposal. This will have to be accepted by the hospital.
If you have not yet defined time codes for your institution, consult the following article: How to create time codes?
To encode a student's schedule, follow these steps:
Step 1: On the schedule management page, click on the free slot you wish to fill.
Step 2: Enter the code of your choice on the keyboard and validate by clicking anywhere outside the box. If you need to enter several codes in a row, move from one box to another by pressing the "Tab" key on your keyboard.
"If you want to enter the same schedule many times, use the "Multi selection" tool (see video)
"If you want to enter the same schedule many times, use the "Multi selection" tool (see video)"
Once the hospital has entered their schedule, the student no longer has the option to change it. The hospital will keep this option until the placement is validated.
If no schedule has been encoded by the hospital, the student has the possibility to propose a schedule. This schedule will be sent to your internship institution to be evaluated, possibly modified and finally registered.
To propose a schedule, follow the steps below:
Step 1: Click on the "View and Edit" button in the "Schedule" section of the internship of your choice.
Step 2: Click on "Submit my schedule" to open the pane
Step 3: Enter a "typical" proposed schedule for each day of the course and click on "Save".
Step 4 (optional): Edit or delete your proposed schedule day by day with the "Edit this day" and "Delete" buttons.
As long as the schedule has not been saved by the institution, you are free to edit and delete your suggestions.
If a hospital has given you access to the timetable edition, as a school you can encode the timetable codes of the units where you send your students. The procedure is the same as for hospitals.
"If you do not see a symbol associated with a placement, this means that the school has not given you access to the timetable edition and you cannot consult the time codes of the unit."