Courses and Training Thread, ECDL in Training and Courses; Having been asked by my employer to provide a ECDL course for teachers and students I am wondering the best ...
15th June 2009, 10:43 AM #1
Having been asked by my employer to provide a ECDL course for teachers and students I am wondering the best possible way of doing this.
Is there a specific instructors course to go on or do I just simply need to go on the standard course and achieve the certification in order to teach the syllabus?
The ECDL website isn't very clear on this aspect.
Another question is, if we want to run it for staff and students, would it be better in the long run to become a "centre" of sorts, has anyone else implemented this in the school and has it been beneficial?
Any advice or help would be greatly appreciated.
15th June 2009, 11:04 AM #2
We ran an ECDL for the staff here.
The way we did it was to have the site authorised (i.e. facilities, PC spec etc) then got the local ITech to come in and teach it for us.
The will only do this for more than certain number of pupils.
I you want more info please PM me and I will supply the number of our local unit and a contact name.
15th June 2009, 11:15 AM #3
could you do the ingots instead:
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It's cheaper, all the information is free online and its a QCA recognised (gold is equivalent to GCSE) Assessor training is £129
Thanks to CyberNerd from:
17th June 2009, 03:44 PM #4
Thanks for the point in the right direction Cybernerd, had the guy in this morning to have a chat and I shall be putting together something for the top dogs to seriously consider.
Again, many thanks
23rd March 2010, 08:39 PM #5
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