National Centre for Computing Education

computing education 

To meet the growing demand for digital skills, the National Centre for Computing Education has been set up to make a significant contribution to the teaching of computing education throughout England.

The NCCE supports the teaching of computing in schools and colleges across all key stages, giving teachers the subject knowledge and skills to establish computing as a core part of the curriculum.

As a part of this, there are training courses available for primary and secondary teachers across the South West, currently there are courses available in Truro, starting in May 2019. Completing a mixture of face to face and online courses will allow teachers to gain certification carrying the Royal Academy of Engineering accreditation.

Much of the training is free and where it is not free, it is available at low cost to state schools at £35.00 per day.

Latest primary computing CPD in Truro

Primary Programming and Algorithms

Discover engaging and effective ways to help children use computational thinking.

Venue: Trelawny Room, The Business Space, Chiltern House, City Road, Truro, TR1 2JL

Date: 12/07/2019

Outstanding Teaching of Key Stage 2 Computing

Broaden your understanding of computer systems, networks and the Internet to teach Key Stage 2 Computing.

Venue: Trelawny Room, The Business Space, Chiltern House, City Road, Truro, TR1 2JL

Date:

Day 1 - 07/06/2019
Day 2 - 08/07/2019

Latest secondary computing CPD in Truro

Data and Computer Systems in GCSE Computer Science

Help your students understand computer systems, binary code and processor performance.

Venue Trelawny Room, The Business Space, Chiltern House, City Road, Truro, TR1 2JL

Date: Day 1 - 22/05/2019 Day 2 - 27/06/2019

Fee: This course is free to all eligible teachers (from state maintained schools, holding no relevant post A level qualification). Ineligible teachers will pay the same fee as a non-maintained school and will not receive a bursary. Please contact info@teachcomputing.org for more information.

Networks and Cybersecurity in GCSE Computer Science

Develop your knowledge of networks, computing security and guarding against threats to successfully teach your students

Venue: Trelawny Room, The Business Space, Chiltern House, City Road, Truro, TR1 2JL

Date: Day 1 - 23/05/2019 Day 2 - 28/06/2019

Fee: This course is free to all eligible teachers (from state maintained schools, holding no relevant post A level qualification). Ineligible teachers will pay the same fee as a non-maintained school and will not receive a bursary. Please contact info@teachcomputing.org for more information.

T. 01726 212892 E. info@caph.org.uk