We can provide schools with a wide range of training:
Whole School INSET: Our INSETs offer a balance of disseminating new ideas/skills and asking teachers put them into action if possible. We can tailor any session to meet with your schools needs. Ensuring we meet your desired outcomes for the session.
Small group sessions: We can work with a small group of staff on a particular area of computing to build confidence and skills. This is sometimes office staff or TAs or a group of teachers.
One to one:We can tailor of sessions to offer them as a one to one training session if required.
Here is a sample of the kinds of training sessions we can provide. Please contact us to discuss your requirements.
- office 365, Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Access, Publisher.
- Interactive Whiteboards
- Enhancing education using your handheld devices.
- Multimedia software
- Online safety training and workshops
- Using Macs & iPads for beginners/intermediate/advance users
Up and coming courses: Places are limited so please contact us to book on a course. There is no charge to schools that have bought back into the CLC Curriculum Support Package. For information about course charges or to book a place on any of our courses please email: email@example.com or contact us on Tel: 0208 379 3380 Mobile 07583 000356
Computer Science for Key Stage 1 on November 6th 2017 9:30 – 12:00
To support teachers and other course participants gain an understanding and knowledge of how to support KS1 with the coding and programming element of the national curriculum. This session will be a hands on workshops, providing teachers with an opportunity to develop skills to take back to school.
Coding and Programming with Scratch –Computer Science at Key Stage 2 on November 13th 2017 9:30 – 12:00
To support teachers and other course participants to gain an understanding and knowledge of using and teaching Scratch to KS2 pupils This session provides teachers with an opportunity to consider and prepare resources to suit their school’s needs. You will have hands on
Primary Online Safety on January 11th 2018 1:30 – 4
The course will provide an overview of young people’s online behaviour and CEOP’s Child Exploitation ‘Thinkuknow’ educational materials. The session will equip delegates with appropriate knowledge, enabling them to deliver the resources to children in their school.