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    CMIS meeting events in timetable

    Does anyone know how (if) you can set a value to a CMIS timetable event so that it isnt counted as a contact period. Basically I've done our timetable and putting meetings in, when I look at the teacher summary as to how many lessons they're teaching I dont want non-contact periods, such as meetings, union periods, etc. to be counted.

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    Which report are you running to look at the number of events per teacher?

    Some schools create non-contact time as subjects as they like the way this then prints out, others use the NC Activity drop down under the Subjects tab on the event to place NQT time etc.

    If it's a report that you are running then you can filter out the union meeting etc to give you the correct total at the end.

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