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9 Computing course providers to explore

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March 23, 2014 By: Terry Freedman

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There are many courses being offered to help you plan for, and implement, the new Computing Programme of Study. Here is a short selection of providers to get you started.

  • Computing at Schools, which provides information about regional events, many of which are free.
  • Naace, which runs CPD courses and has an annual conference (next week).
  • Osiris, which has a range of ICT and Computing courses on offer.
  • Understanding Modern Government, which runs some great conferences.
  • Inside Government, which runs conferences on a number of issues.
  • Westminster Education Forum, which specialises in running intensive morning-only conferences featuring short talks by a range of experts in a particular field.
  • Westminster Briefing courses and conferences, which has a range of useful-looking events.
  • Computing Champions, run by Neil Rickus, offers courses on implementing the new Primary Computing Curriculum, amongst others.
  • Alan Mackenzie offers advice and training in e-safety matters. See his website: E-safety Adviser.

  • cross-posted on www.ictineducation.org

    Terry Freedman is an independent educational ICT consultant with over 35 years of experience in education. He publishes the ICT in Education website and the newsletter “Digital Education."

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