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Networks and cyber-security in GCSE computer science Wednesday Mar 13, 2019 from 10:00AM to 4:00PM
Organised by: Duncan MaidensDuncan Maidens Hosted by: Birmingham City University
duncan.maidens@bcu.ac.uk
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On behalf of the National Centre for Computing Education (NCCE)



Networks and cyber-security in GCSE computer science


(First day) Wednesday Mar 13, 2019 from 10:00AM to 4:00PM


Hosted by West Midlands Regional Delivery partner.(Birmingham City University)

Offered as part of the NCCE Accelerator Programme

This course is offered free to teachers of GCSE computer science who do not have a post A level qualification in CS. In addition it attracts a £440 bursary payable to your school. The course is two days but each of the days is separated by sevela weeks with a gap task.

Networks and cyber-security in GCSE computer science - day 1 13 March 2019 12:00-18:00

Networks and cyber-security in GCSE computer science - day 2 08 May 2019 12:00-18:00


NCCE West Midlands RDP (Birmingham City University)

As a Regional Delivery Partner (RDP) Birmingham City University fully supports the promotion and teaching of Computer Science (CS) in Schools. We recognise the need for these skills, not only in our future undergraduates, but across all disciplines and at all levels. Today’s children will be working in a world of technology that will be invented by tomorrow's Computer Scientists. We have a team of educational professionals with a wealth of experience in delivering support to Schools and Colleges for Computing and Computer Science. This experience has given us a great deal of insight and knowledge in how to provide education, support teachers and promote academic programs. Teachers need sound subject knowledge, good practical skills in delivering and managing hands on activities, a set of resources that they can pick up and use, and last but certainly not least, a support network they can rely on to offer help and advice as needed. We are now growing the next round of CPE facilitoators ready for the formation of the national network of hub schools as part of the NCCE formed from the DfE £84M funding.

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duncan.maidens@bcu.ac.uk

Birmingham City University

For further information: Duncan Maidens (duncan.maidens@bcu.ac.uk)

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