Digital Skills WorkshopsFree student enrichment opportunities focussed on Google's Applied Digital Skills
Five one-hour sessions delivered to classes throughout the day introducing the Digital Skills programme to teachers and students.
Two half-day sessions inviting local schools to bring a teacher and five students to take part in a carousel of activities.
Google’s Applied Digital Skills programme is a free project-based curriculum that allows teachers and key workers to support their students to learn valuable digital skills, all in an easy to use platform. All lessons are accompanied by a series of engaging videos with clear instructions and ready-to-use templates.
Holiday Club Activities
Half-day activity workshops for young people aged 13-16 exploring the Applied Digital Skills programme and creating interactive Virtual Reality environments.
A half day session training 20-30 teachers about the programme and how to use the platform.
A Student Workshop takes place over a full day consisting of 5 one-hour sessions supporting 5 separate teachers, each with 20-30 students. The facilitator will introduce the platform to the teacher and students, demonstrate the features and how to get started, then while the students are working on their first project, talk the teacher through the available teacher options for assigning work, marking and adding feedback.
Funding Criteria: At least 100 students aged 11-19 and 5 teachers
A half-day session supporting 20-30 teachers with an overview of the programme, how to use the platform and experience of completing some of the included lesson. This workshop could consist of teachers from one single school or college, or a combination of teachers from different organisations.
Funding Criteria: At least 20 teachers attending
Holiday Club Activities
Holiday Club Activities are an opportunity for schools or youth organisations to host a free workshop for two groups of 25-30 students during school holidays. Sessions run for half a day with students receiving an overview of the Digital Skills programme and getting stuck in with their first project including creating an interactive Virtual Reality environment. They will leave with their login details, knowledge of how to access the curriculum and inspiration to develop their digital skills.
Funding Criteria: At least 50 students attend morning or afternoon session
A Learning Festival is an opportunity to bring teachers and students from nearby schools together to observe how the Applied Digital Skills could benefit their students. The day includes 2 half-day sessions at one school or venue. Each session accommodates 6 groups of 1 or 2 teachers and 5 students. Teachers support their students to participate in a carousel of bite-sized activities based on lessons from the Applied Digital Skills curriculum.
Funding Criteria: At least 10 schools with 1 teacher and 5 students
What is the Google Applied Digital Skills Programme?
Google’s Applied Digital Skills programme is a free project-based curriculum that allows teachers and key workers to support their students to learn valuable digital skills and for young people to independently improve their employability, all in an easy to use platform. All lessons are accompanied by a series of engaging videos with clear instructions and ready-to-use templates.
Who is it for?
Free on-site training for staff and students, just choose the format suitable for your school.
Access to the Applied Digital Skills platform allowing teachers to add students, assign work and track progress.
More than 90 hours of video-based lessons including:
- If-Then Adventure Stories
- Technology, Ethics, and Security
- Plan an Event
- Technology's Role in Current Events
- Create a CV
- Manage a Project with Digital Tools
- Program a Progress Bar
- Negotiate Your Salary
Read more about the programme at g.co/applieddigitalskills