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Who are the courses aimed at?

The courses are aimed at anyone with a blossoming enthusiam in the subject areas I teach. My students tend to be:

Is there a minimum or maximum age?

I welcome enthusiastic adult learners and teenagers. Younger students can be accommodated, but may want to be accompanied by someone older. I run occasional sessions for kids aged 10+. There is no upper age limit!

Do you do GCSE and A-Level Courses?

Whilst this is something I have done in the past, I'm not currently offering A-Level and GCSE computer science tution.

Where are the courses delivered?

I run short courses at the University of West London in Ealing and University of Arts in Elephant and Castle. Other courses and events happen at various locations in London - see the course schedule for details.

For group bookings I can come to you if you are in or around London.

I can also do school visits.

Do you offer online courses?

My preference is for face-2-face, hands-on, interactive and collaborative learning. But I can deliver some courses and tuition online. Please contact me to discuss further.

How big are the classes?

To provide the best learning experience, I prefer to keep my classes small, with around 6-12 students.

What are the main subject areas you cover?

My focus is combining Computer Science, Programming, Robotics, Artificial Intelligence, Electronics, Engineering and Data Science. Combined, these disciplines provide a huge scope for creative computing.

Will you be introducing other courses?

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

What do I have to bring?

For most courses, just bring along your laptop. After you book, I will send you details of any software you need to install, as well as anything else you might want to bring. I can often provide laptops if you let me know in advance.

What additional support is provided for students?

I can provide one-to-one tuition. Click here for details. Students working on their own projects may want to book a Personal Projects session to get some focussed assistance with their project.

What do I get to take away from the course?

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

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You will also receive a certificate, usually from the university or other institution hosting the course.

You can take away anything you make (such as your robot). Just pay the cost price of the components.

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