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    VLE Courses - admin / teachers

    Can anyone recommend a course for a lead person for Moodle / VLE's within a school/college. I've been asked to investigate this for myself and wondered if anyone has any recommendations.

    Many thanks

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    What kind of course are you after? I do that sort of stuff -have sent you PM

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    I'm after an administration and teaching style course, so it covers the entirety of training. I then hope to pass on this knowledge to teachers within my school through presentations and documentation.
    There are lots of vague companies offering these kinds of courses but I just need some recommended ones so I'm not jumping into rubbish.

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    ULCC ULCC: home run a number of courses for teachers as well as administrators, it may be worth coming to Teachmeet Moodle in July in London (to get some additional ideas/feedback)

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    I would also speak with Ian Usher at Bucks CC, as well as the forthcoming TeachMeet Moodle. Personally I would also recommend Moodle Teaching Techniques: Amazon.co.uk: William Rice: Books too.

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    A really good admin book is Alex Buchners's Moodle 1.9 Admin Depending on the age of your pupils, if it's for teaching I could't possibly comment!

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    Have you tried onlinelearners.org.uk ???

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    Hi there - just a cautionary note to oll - you can't use the words Moodle training or use the Moodle logos if you aren't an approved Moodle partner (I know; been bitten )

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    Many thanks indeed for the heads up. Much appreciated.



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