December 6, 2013 11:27 am
Written by Ellie Wilding
Computing Curriculum training and Office 365 training
Computing Curriculum Training
Turn IT On held another Decoding the Computing Curriculum training session for the schools of the Witney Partnership in Oxfordshire. The Witney partnership booked this private training session as they were interested in our syllabus for the new curriculum which will come into place after the disapplication period is over in September 2014.
Lynn from our curriculum team delivered the training and the schools were really impressed with our online resources which were demonstrated during the session. Resources for the Decoding the Computing Curriculum training can be found here.
This term’s set of training sessions on the new computing curriculum is now complete; check our blog for details about the sessions we have planned for next term. If you would like to find out more about the new computing curriculum and ways of implementing it in lessons please do get in touch and one of our curriculum team will be happy to help. Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Office 365 Training
We also recently held an open training session on Office 365 at out Eynsham office. Schools’ admin staff were invited to attend this session which covered the essentials of creating and managing users, emails and calendars.
Tom, one of our technical consultants, delivered the training and schools found it useful to learn the best practice ways in which to use Office 365 and its applications.
The course aimed to provide a beginners’ overview of Office 365, so if you feel that you and your staff would appreciate a more in-depth look at the program please let us know. Email email@example.com with your suggestions for future training sessions and we will certainly take your requests on board when planning our next provision of sessions.