Once you've implemented Checkpoint with your check-in systems and have physically set up check-in stations, you're ready to set up the Checkpoint module.
New to Checkpoint?
If this is your first time using Checkpoint, you may want to read about Checkpoint software permissions and installing Checkpoint first. After you've installed Checkpoint, we recommend reading about creating badge templates, using pagers, and managing global settings. After you've decided how to use these features of Checkpoint, you can focus on integrating your classes and activities with Checkpoint by creating templates and sessions.
If this isn't your first time setting up Checkpoint, use this section to help you update Checkpoint for the ever-changing needs of your organization. As you add new classes and activities, you may need to revisit the how to create templates and sessions. As your security procedures evolve, you may need reminders on creating badge templates, setting security IDs, setting up bar codes, and using pagers.