eLIM provide in-school support, remote consultations, face-to-face training and online CPD opportunities. Please contact us to discuss your requirements.
eLIM subscribers are entitled to a half day visit, which can be delivered face-to-face or remotely, and can be used for strategic development, training to meet the needs of the teaching staff and governors or workshops with learners or parents. Schools can request additional support at the current consultancy rate.
Download this flyer to consider the focus for a visit for your school.
Primary and special schools can, without additional cost, attend area based Computing / ICT leader update meetings twice per year and, at a reduced cost, our annual Education Technology Primary Conference.
Secondary schools will have a subject leader day every year.
Non-subscribing schools can pay to attend update meetings and events at the full price. Consultancy charges apply at a higher rate and are only available for a minimum half day.
Courses are charged at an additional 30% cost.
Add 5% indemnity charge to SSE Education Technology courses costs if you are an Academy school.
Add 30% to SSE Education Technology course costs if you are a non-subscribing school.
The eLIM team are all accredited facilitators for the National Centre for Computing Education and we regularly deliver DfE funded training on their behalf. A variety of face-to-face, remote and online courses are available to all primary school staff
For any queries about NCCE courses in Somerset contact:
Who are these courses for? All primary school staff and trainee teachers
How much will it cost? All NCCE courses are free to attend and there is no limit to the number of staff members who can attend (subject to available spaces on courses). In addition, primary schools are eligible for a bursary of £220 per day for one teacher for one course per academic year. This is payable on successful completition of course.
How can I book? Go to Teachcomputing.org for details of all NCCE courses.
Certification: Participants in NCCE CPD can choose to work towards achieving the Teach Primary Computing Certificate awarded by BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT. The programme is suitable for those already teaching or planning to teach computing and will help teachers to fill potential gaps in their knowledge.
Full details can be found at: https://teachcomputing.org/primary-certificate