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Is your institution ready to deliver a truly digital curriculum?

Digital Literacy Self Assessment

Digital Literacy Assessment

New service: Developed to help education institutions become ‘tech-ready’. Assess your digital literacy to help target CPD.

Institutional Self-assessment

Coming soon: an institutional tool to help organisations make the best use of learning technologies.

Develop Technology Skills

A new course to help you identify your training needs and create your skills development action plan.

The project

See the results of the Edtech-Assess Pilot, where 45  organisations tested the tool.

The history behind our service


Courses to be online (FELTAG)

FE institutions in the Edtech-Assess pilot

Edtech-Assess goes live

Pioneering programme is launched to improve the nation’s digital skills

Teachers are being given the opportunity to improve their technology skills, enabling them to better support young people in the expanding digital economy. The Career Colleges Trust launched its new programme of pioneering digital CPD at the House of Lords this morning, during a breakfast event hosted by Lord Baker. Over 40 guests attended, including the Minister of State for Apprenticeships and Skills, Robert Halfon MP. Commissioned by the Education and Training Foundation to develop the online training, the Career Colleges Trust has worked in partnership with Ideas4Learning and Coralesce to design four 5-hour bitesize courses. These are aimed specifically at educators working across schools, colleges and learning providers. The new training focuses on helping teachers to develop digital skills in the following areas:  Video learning; Social Media in Teaching and Learning; Online Assessment; Effective use of Online Meeting and Webinar Technologies. Addressing guests at today’s event, Minister of State for Apprenticeships and Skills, Robert Halfon MP, said: “It is extremely encouraging to be here today, hearing about work being done to improve the digital skills of our nation. As we are all aware, modern Britain operates in a digital economy and this is set to expand further over the coming years. “We must prepare and equip the next generation with the skills they need to go into employment – where chances are they will need to either work with, or develop, digital technology. “This is, undoubtedly a priority for us. I am therefore pleased to hear more about the work being done by the Career Colleges Trust, in association with the Education and Training Foundation, to develop accessible CPD...
New tool for leaders and managers in development

New tool for leaders and managers in development

We are busy developing a digital literacy analysis tool for leaders and managers which provides an audit of management skills. This is an important element of our new digital toolkit, Going Digital. It will also be offered to leaders taking our ETF ELMAG funded Level 5  course in Digital Leadership. The tool should be available in September...