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 bursaries to teachers working in state-funded education in England.
An introduction to computer systems, networking and security in GCSE computer science - face to faceCP238
Learn about the different components of computer hardware, including devices not instantly recognisable as computers.
Tags for this course:Computer networks Computer systems Safety & Security Computing Key stage 3 Key stage 4 CS Accelerator
A short course providing practical guidance on the assessment of key thinking skills in primary computing
Tags for this course:Leadership Key stage 1 Key stage 2
Engage students and build awareness of the collaborative nature of programming in the real world, through evidence-based teaching approaches.
Tags for this course:Leadership Careers Key stage 3 Secondary certificate
Learn how computers of all shapes and sizes are connected physically, or wirelessly, and how this arrangement affects how data is shared.
Tags for this course:Computer networks Computing Key stage 4 CS Accelerator
Explore how to teach computing in Year 6 using the Teach Computing Curriculum
Tags for this course:Computing Key stage 2
Essential knowledge for primary computing subject leaders, helping you get the most from every teacher and every child.
Tags for this course:Leadership Computing Key stage 1 Key stage 2 Primary certificate
Learn how to write code to input, process and output data, and how to manipulate data stored in variables. Using the building blocks of sequence, selection and iteration you’ll begin to understand how programs are constructed to perform a multitude of simple and more complex tasks.
Tags for this course:Programming Computing Key stage 4 CS Accelerator
Improve student engagement in your GCSE computer science lessons by developing your classroom pedagogy.