Currently, I have a website that has a registration page online that people can register, get a registration ID, confirm regsitration by email and pay by phone.
The website is [[url removed, login to view]].
We are setting up a Aesthetic Conference in Charlotte, North Carolina USA. A separate registration page is needed just for this conference. Basically, the same data is collected from the current registration page. This is what the registration page needs to do:
1. Registrant chooses the course(s) to attend at the conference.
2. Registrant can choose multiple courses but gives them a warning if they pick 2 courses that start at the same time.
3. Registrant enters their info similar to the old registration forms. (You can click on the education button on the nav bar to see the courses and how they register.)
4. After they choose their course(s) and enter their business/personal info, they get a webpage showing they have registered, and are directed to Paypal to pay for their course(s).
5. They will be getting 2 confirmation emails. One for course
registration with a course transaction number (this is being done now with the old registration page) and the other is a confirmation from Paypal showing a transaction number that they have successfully paid for their course.
6. Once finished it directs them back to the website.
7. Grace Medical Equipment gets a notification (currently done now) that a person has registered for a course.
This is a simple registration that can use the same database
fields/structure. Just need to copy and rename it to keep track of the conference info. This conference registration page is the same as the old one...just need to add a Boolean function so that 2 courses are not registered at the same time and include a Paypal transaction.
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