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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.

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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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Assembly language in A Level computer scienceCP501

During this session you'll explore what assembly language is and how to utilise the Little Man Computer platform.

Tonbridge 20 March 09:00—20 March 2024
Herne Bay 27 March 09:00—27 March 2024

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Programming Computing Post 16 Teach secondary computing certificate

Boolean logic in A Level computer scienceCP503

During this course you'll explore how Boolean logic is a way of describing the circuits inside a computer.

Live remote training 29 February 14:30—29 February 2024

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Data & information Programming Computing Post 16 Teach secondary computing certificate

Data structures in A Level computer scienceCP502

During this course you'll explore how various data structures are used to organise and store data.

Live remote training 21 March 09:00—21 March 2024

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Data & information Programming Post 16 Teach secondary computing certificate

Data-driven IT projects in secondary computingCP485

Develop the required technical skills and teaching approaches for data-rich IT projects in computing.

Live remote training 24 April 09:30—24 April 2024

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Practical work Data & information Mathematics Teach secondary computing certificate

Encouraging girls into GCSE computer science - remote - short courseCP440

Explore the big picture with the current gender imbalance in GCSE computer science between girls and boys. Be part of discussions around reasons for this gap, including, lack of role models, unconscious bias, and a non-inclusive curriculum amongst others. Consider different strategies inside and outside of the classroom to support the narrowing of the gap before finally planning effective interventions in KS3 to improve the uptake in your own school.

Live remote training 3 April 09:30—3 April 2024
Live remote training 23 April 14:30—23 April 2024

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Leadership Key stage 3 Key stage 4 Teach secondary computing certificate

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.

St Leonards-on-Sea 7 March 15:30—7 March 2024
Maidstone 27 March 16:00—27 March 2024
Maidstone 24 April 16:00—24 April 2024
Maidstone 21 May 16:00—21 May 2024
Maidstone 10 June 16:00—10 June 2024
Maidstone 27 June 16:00—27 June 2024

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Programming Key stage 2 Teach primary computing certificate

Representing algorithms using flowcharts and pseudocode - remoteCP420

Improve your knowledge of algorithms to the level appropriate for GCSE teaching. Become confident in using the key building blocks of sequence, selection and iteration, and learn to apply algorithmic thinking.

Live remote training 14 March 09:30—14 March 2024

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Algorithmic thinking Key stage 4 KS3 and GCSE subject knowledge certificate

Teaching GCSE computer science: improving student engagement - remoteCP447

Improve student engagement in your GCSE computer science lessons by developing your classroom pedagogy.

Live remote training 7 March 09:00—7 March 2024

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Impact of technology Key stage 4 Teach secondary computing certificate