[London] Digital Technology Apprenticeship Expo – Mon 5th March 4-7pm, FREE + Teacher CPD session

Monday 5 March 2018, 4-7pm, FREE

Ada. National College for Digital Skills
Broad Lane
Tottenham Hale
N15 4AG

Haringey Council has teamed up with the Ada National College for Digital Skills to create this digital focused event and bring apprentice-hiring companies, such as Google, Deloitte Digital, and EY among others to open up opportunities in this growing sector to tech enthusiasts.

Who Should attend?
A fantastic and unique opportunity for those with a passion for technology. You may be in school seeking to know your next steps, a career changer looking for the next challenge or someone just interested to understand the tech roles available.

More details and free tickets at their Eventbrite page.

The Digital Technology Apprenticeship Expo will have something of interest for everyone

CPD sessions
There will be a CPD event for Computer Science teachers – “Pete Kemp will be hosting a session on an introduction to data science or 3D animation for the computing curriculum (Topic TBC) as part of the event we are running with Haringey Council.” – more details and free ticket registration at Ada National College for Digital Skills’ page. See below for a separate CPD event for Careers Adviosors.

  • Between 4-7PM, our industry partners presenting their apprenticeship opportunities to students. This is ideal for Y10-Y13 to attend so they can start exploring their options. Parents are welcome to come too.
    Students can register at https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/digital-technology-apprenticeship-expo-tickets-42313777648
  • Between 4-5:30PM, we will be hosting a free CPD session for careers advisors to demystify the apprenticeship recruitment process. Companies like Deloitte, IG and Which? will be talking about the applications process, assessment centres, and the different qualifications that students receive

New 2017 short courses from CAS London at King’s (Waterloo)

We have a series of twilight courses which will take place at King’s College London (Waterloo) campus, under the CAS London (King’s College London / Queen Mary University of London) banner on Monday and Wednesday evenings in 2017. Each lasts between five and eight weeks with courses costs from £100 to £200.

PDF flyer for these events with clickable links.

KS3 Computing

January – March 2017

Teach KS3 Computing
Monday Evenings 5pm to 7pm
23rd January to 20th March (8 sessions)

MA Module in Computing Education

January – March 2017

Computer Science Education: Theory and Practice (30-credit Masters’ module).
Tuesday evenings 5.30pm to 7.30pm
17th January to 28th March.
Focus on research in computer science education and start working towards a Masters’ degree. Includes 6,000 word assignment.


GCSE Computing

April – July 2017

Teach GCSE Computing
Monday Evenings 5pm to 7:30pm
24th April to 3rd July (10 sessions)

A level computing

March 2017

Teach A level computing: Algorithms and Data Structures
Five twilights on Wednesdays at King’s College London
Cost: £100
Starts Wednesday 1st March ends Wednesday 29nd March 2017 (5.00-7.30pm)

(note that this course was originally advertised in November with a start date in the last week of February and this has been moved back to the first week of March – 4 Jan 2016)

June – July 2017

Teach A level computing: Object Oriented Programming in Python
Five wednesday twilights at King’s College London.
Cost £100
Starts Wednesday 7th June 2017 ends Wednesday 5th July 2017 (5.00-7.30pm).

November 2017

Teach A level computing: A2 Projects with Databases and Python
Five Wednesday twilights at King’s College London.
Cost £100
Starts Wednesday 1st November 2017 ends Wednesday 29th November 2017 (5.00-7.30pm)