EdTech CPD Packages

Education technology is more than just robotics days and computer science. Computing can be used across all subject areas to engage, motivate and promote effective learning.

We offer two EdTech professional development packages that each create an effective CPD offering for the entire school that bring tangible benefits to all of your staff.



1 Place on the EdTech Advocate programme


Coordinator Network Meetings


Become an EdTech Advocate

An in-person course for a designated member of staff to gain professional development in using technology to enhance learning. Exploring all areas of the curriculum and taking the skills back to the rest of your staff.


What to expect

The 5 day course is based on 4 full days and 2 twilight sessions spread out over the year.

Each of the sessions will focus on different aspects of the computing curriculum and candidates will learn new skills, appropriate software to use, approaches to using technology within the classroom and also how computing can be used across all subject areas to help enhance the teaching and learning experience in your school.

There will be opportunities for candidates to try out activities they have learned back in the classroom and time for them to share their successes and outcomes in future sessions.

Builds a Community

The course includes an online community with the group for collaborating ideas, sharing good practice with each other and building a network of useful relationships across the schools.

Coordinator Network Meetings


Regular hosted meetings for your Computing Lead.



Latest guidance on the computing curriculum

Strategic support in line with Ofsted framework


Updates on software and hardware technologies


Opportunity to network with colleagues and consultants

Online CPD Materials

Supports the delivery of EdTech in your school

  • Online tutorials and activity ideas for the computing curriculum

  • Released at regular intervals during the year

Virtual Coordinator Network Meetings

A shortened online version of our face-to-face meetings.