What school doesn’t care about these measures these days (for better or worse…). Well…our friends in the IT Academy programme might be able to help you out a bit. They have some new offers for teachers and students in the form of new certifications – and they have data showing that Microsoft certifications really do give your school tangible results.

The IT Academy team will be at our Innovative Education Forum in Manchester on 29th and 30th with computers set up to allow teachers to test out certification exams on the spot. (There are still spaces left for the Forum – but they’re filling up fast! To register, go to the Partners in Learning Network!)

In addition, they’re running online seminars to give you an idea of what Microsoft Certification really means and how you might take advantage of it at your school. Details on the online seminars are below – check them out or visit the IT Academy stand at our Innovative Education Forum in a few short weeks!

 

Microsoft Certification Online Seminars – Registration Open – Limited Places Available
Hundreds of UK Schools, Colleges & Universities are experiencing the benefit of building Microsoft Certification directly into their ICT curriculum. MTA Logo rgb
Microsoft training and certification now generates League Table Points and is nationally accredited and mapped. Students can even gain a GCSE Grade B directly through Microsoft Certification. Staff and the wider community can even get involved.
To find out more attend our 15 minute online seminar and explore:
· Microsoft Certification & National Accreditation
· The Microsoft IT Academy Programme
· League Table Points through Microsoft CertificationMicrosoft Office Specialist Logo (2010)
· Microsoft Certification equivalency to GCSE Grade B
· Online testing – so no more administration
· And much, much more…
Places are limited to 20 attendees per seminar

Click here to register.