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Who are the courses aimed at?

The courses are aimed at anyone with a blossoming enthusiam in the subject areas we teach. Generally our students are GCSE, A-level, pre-university or career changers, but a lot come just for fun!

Is there a minimum or maximum age?

We welcome enthusiastic adult learners and students from year 10 (ages 14/15) upwards. Younger students can be accommodated, but would be best accompanied by someone older on courses where pairing up is possible. There is no upper age limit!

Do you do GCSE and A-Level Courses?

We don't currently teach the GCSE and A-Level syllabus ourselves, but our drop-in sessions provide support to anyone doing GCSE and A-Level Computer Science. We will do some "enrichment" sessions in the autumn to provide project-based and interactive learning for those taking GCSE and A-Level.

Where are the courses delivered?

The courses are run from venues in Ealing, West London. For group bookings we can come to you if you are in or around London.

Do you offer online courses?

At the moment we have no intention to offer online courses. This area of the market is already well served and our focus is on face-2-face, hands-on, interactive and collaborative learning. A side-effect is that our students pick up essential skills in working as a team.

What materials are provided?

All materials are provided except where stated in the course description.

What are the main subject areas you cover?

Our focus is Computer Science, Programming, Robotics, Artificial Intelligence, Databases and Data Analytics and a bit of Woodworking!

Will you be introducing other courses?

We really enjoy creating new courses, so we expect the list to grow. If you have some ideas, why not suggest them to us!

What do I have to bring?

For all-day courses bring a packed lunch. The course descriptions detail anything else you may need.

What do I get to take away?

You will take away anything you make (such as your robot and code).

You will also take away the comprehensive course notes (for the robotics courses we have over 50 pages of detailed notes):

You will also receive a certificate:

What additional support is provided for students?

All short-course students benefit from one-to-one tuition at reduced rates. Click here for details.

We also have regular drop-in sessions for student collaboration and support. Click here for details.

Do I qualify for the concession rate?

Anyone in full-time education for the current academic year qualifies for the concession rate.

How do I pay?

We can currently take payment by cheque or bank transfer.

Question not answered? Please email us at enquiries@thinkcreatelearn.com