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Mar202014

9 Computing course providers to explore

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.

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