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FREE Google partnership initiative to support and mentor Black, Asian or Minority Ethnic (BAME) Educators through the G Suite accredited certifications.

Do you have BAME colleagues you would like to invest in?

Do you need knowledgeable staff who can help develop your digital strategy using G Suite?

We are looking to support and mentor BAME colleagues through the G Suite accredited certifications.

Please share with your staff and other interested colleagues.

If you are a UK based BAME Educator interested in learning more about how to embed technology into your practice, then this event is for you. This year’s school closures due to COVID 19 cemented the importance of an effective virtual curriculum. Stand out by continuing to develop your ability to teach, assess and communicate with learners online.

Google for Education offers G Suite, which is a series of free tools (e.g Slides, Classroom and Assignments) that allow teachers and learners to collaborate online. Google provides training and accredited certifications for Educators who are keen to showcase their proficiency in using G Suite for learning. For many Educators completing the certifications has led to improved student outcomes in their classrooms and given them the credibility to lead the evolution of their organisation’s digital culture. Many have seen real career progression into leadership roles in their current schools or found opportunities elsewhere. Others have used their school-based experience and certification to migrate into exciting EdTech consultancy roles, where they deliver G Suite CPD and training for Educators both nationally and internationally.

However, we have seen the underrepresentation of BAME colleagues within the EdTech sector and so have launched this initiative to support and mentor UK based BAME Educators through their G Suite certification journey. 

Get involved and find out how you can benefit from this today.

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