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Computing courses for teachers

Discover our range of professional development courses, designed to help you teach computing. Courses cover key stages 1 to 4 and cater for all levels of knowledge.

Choose how and when you want to learn, through face to face, online, or live remote training.


We offer financial support to state-funded schools and colleges across England, including subsidies to support supply cover for continuing professional development.

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Getting started in year 3 - short courseCP459

Explore how to teach computing in Year 3 using the Teach Computing Curriculum

Live remote training 19 June 09:15—19 June 2023
Live remote training 29 June 13:30—29 June 2023

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Computing Key stage 2

Introduction to algorithms, programming and data for D&T teachers - remoteCP429

Learn how to use programming techniques using VEX, Crumble or Micro:bits. Create simple block-based computer programs, discover how to create algorithms and how computers use data.

Live remote training 14 June 09:30—21 June 2023

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Practical work Algorithmic thinking Data & information Programming Design and technology Key stage 3 Key stage 4 CS Accelerator

Introduction to the micro:bit in key stage 2 - short courseCP292

Explore physical computing using the micro: bit device; finding out how it can be used to develop understanding of programming through creative digital projects.

Thornton-Cleveleys 5 July 15:45—5 July 2023

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Programming Key stage 2

Physical computing kit - KS2 Crumble - short courseCP252

Explore physical computing using the Crumble device and how the Teach Computing Curriculum can be used to engage students.

Thornton-Cleveleys 6 July 15:45—6 July 2023

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Practical work Algorithmic thinking Computer systems Programming Key stage 2