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Computing courses for secondary teachers

Computing courses for secondary teachers

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Did you know . . .
You can complete a course in Computing and get a bursary of up to £920 that goes to your School?

Here is how . . .

  1. Register today at: teachcomputing.org
  2. Enrol on the Computer Science Accelerator (CSA):  teachcomputing.org/cs-accelerator
  3. Take a short diagnostic test
  4. Decide which pathway suits your skills best
  5. Sign up for at least 1 online course and 1 Remote course. (10 hours of training).
    All the training is fully funded (FREE!) and you can do more than 10 hours if you wish. It is up to you.
  6. Take a short test (and pass!). If you do not pass, you can try again or have further sessions of training to boost your skills.
  7. Get the certificate, a bursary for your school and add to your CV.

It is as simple as that.

Did you also know . . .

  • If your school does not yet offer GCSE computing or is considering reintroducing it then your school is eligible for 5 days free consultancy and guidance, and a bursary of £1400

  • If you are considering dropping GCSE Computing, then your school is eligible for 1 day free consultancy and guidance, and a bursary of £1400

  • If you started teaching GCSE computing within the last two years, then your school is eligible for 1 day free consultancy and guidance,

Here are some of the courses that you might like to attend. REMOTE COURSES, all fully funded. (Free)

Introduction to networks and Cyber Security

16th Sept 9.00 – 15.00 Click here to book

Python Programming, working with data

28th Sept 14.30 – 15.30, 1st Oct 14.30 – 15.30, 8th Oct 14.30 – 16.00 Click here to book

Fundamentals of networking

6th Oct, 13th Oct, 20th Oct; all at 16.00 – 17.00 Click here to book

Introduction to algorithms, programming and data in GCSE Computing Science

7th Oct 12.30 – 16.40 Click here to book

Computer Processors

21st Oct 9.00 – 14.30 Click here to book

Python Programming Constructs

23rd Oct 9.00 – 14.30 Click here to book

Representing Algorithms using Flowcharts and Pseudocode

2nd Nov, 3rd Nov, 5th Nov: all at 14.00 – 17.30 Click here to book

The internet and Cyber security

11th Nov 16.00 – 17.00, 18th Nov 16.00 – 17.00, 25th Nov 16.00 – 17.30                   Click here to book

If you have any further questions, please contact the Bucks and Oxon Computer Hub.

Teachcomputing@stclementdanes.herts.sch.uk

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