TechPathways London - free events and courses in Screen Media and Tech
FREE professional development and training for educators of London-based 11 - 24 year olds
TechPathways London is a new programme of training for educators of 11-24 year olds, funded as part of the Mayor of London’s Digital Talent programme, aiming to bridge the digital skills gap between education and the 21st century job market. We help educators support young people in developing the digital skills they need to succeed in the modern workforce. We link educators with industry partners from across London’s digital and cultural sectors.
On our website, you will find:
details of our face-to-face courses, from short 2 hour courses in film-making using i-pads and i-phones, 1 day events in Screen Media and Tech and longer online Professional development opportunities.
The following gives a sample of our face-to-face courses:
Teaching 21st Century skills: Screen Media. A one day conference at BFI Southbank Friday 5th July 2019, BFI Southbank
This one day event will explore how we can teach and prepare our students for the future screen media workplace, with a Keynote from Gareth Ellis-Unwin, producer of 'The King's Speech' and Head of Film and Animation at Screen Skills.
Teaching 21st Century Skills: Tech with Mark Martin (@urban_teacher)
Thursday 11th July 2019 @ London CLC SW4
This one day course, led by experienced educator and co-founder of UK Black tech Mark Martin will introduce educators to digital industry insiders, and explore the opportunities for students within London's tech sector.
Filmmaking with iPad & iPhone 31st July 2019 @ London CLC SW4 Do you want to know how to make great quality film with your phone or tablet. This course shows you how.
All courses are FREE.