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Preparing to take the CSA test - short course

CP350 Live remote training course

This short course, delivered by an experienced facilitator will support you ahead of taking the CSA test. You'll have the opportunity to ask questions and revise topics.

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Live remote training course 90 minutes

  • Live remote training 27 January 09:00—27 January 2022
  • Shrewsbury 27 January 15:30—27 January 2022
  • Live remote training 7 February 16:00—7 February 2022
  • Live remote training 10 February 16:30—10 February 2022
  • Live remote training 24 February 17:00—24 February 2022
  • Live remote training 8 March 16:00—8 March 2022
  • Live remote training 15 March 16:00—15 March 2022
  • Live remote training 6 April 16:30—6 April 2022
  • Live remote training 12 April 17:00—12 April 2022

This short course will support you prepare for completing the Computer Science Accelerator (CSA) programme, which will lead to you achieving a national certificate in computer science subject knowledge. By attending this course, you’ll gain support from an experienced facilitator, who will be able to support you with difficult topics, revise key concepts, answer any questions about subject knowledge, guide you to useful resources and discuss practice questions, ahead of completing the CSA test.

Who is it for?

This short course is suitable for you once you’ve completed at least two Computer Science Accelerator courses. You may find this course useful if you need support ahead of taking the CSA test, alternatively, you may wish to book onto further CSA courses, found on our courses page.

Topics covered

Preparing to take the CSA test, revision session – this session will support you with the final steps to taking the CSA test, you’ll be guided by an experienced facilitator and have the opportunity to discuss subject knowledge topics, explore resources, answer practice questions and discuss any questions you may have.

How long is this course?

This course includes one session, running for a total of 1 hour and 30 minutes.

How will you learn?

Scheduled live, interactive online sessions led by an experienced facilitator.

Outcomes

By the end of this course you will be able to:

  • identify subject knowledge areas of the GCSE curriculum that you need further support with
  • gain support from an experienced facilitator, ask questions and develop your subject knowledge around self-identified topics

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