CSA and NCCE celebration event - Birmingham CC334 / A01

Start date
4 Jul 22
Duration
2 Hours
Location
Millennium Point, Curzon Street, Birmingham B4 7XG View on Google Map

Summary

A series of regional celebration events taking place in July 2022, these events are exclusively for graduates of the Computer Science Accelerator programme. 

These events have been designed by our network of Computing Hubs in close collaboration with regional industry, stakeholders and partners, and will all be unique and exciting in their own way. 

They provide an opportunity for CSA graduates to meet and celebrate with one another, recognising their achievements and dedication to professional development, and wider impact as a result. You'll also receive a physical copy of your Subject knowledge certificate!

Schedule:

13:00     Arrival (Sign in, exhibitors, networking)

13:30     Welcome/Introduction

13:40     Keynote: Nicola Swaney, Education Outreach Manager for Rolls-Royce, will talk about the link between computing education and the automotive manufacturer’s own digital strategy and workforce. Over 22,500 people work for Rolls-Royce in the UK, and with one of its main sites in Birmingham, there are plenty of opportunities for young people in the region. Rolls-Royce is a valued supporter of the NCCE, and Nicola is herself an active STEM Ambassador.

13:55     CSA Success story

14:05     Keynote: Dan Hoff-Rodrigues, , Director of {CX}² Talent Solutions - a community-focused Tech & Digital talent solutions business, Digital Skills Lead at Birmingham Tech Week and YouTube Host, will share his insights from the Tech sector and challenge the way you think about the future of the tech workforce.

14:20     Next steps

14:30     Additional networking, exhibitors, certificates, photo opportunity, refreshments

15:00     Close

Who is it for?

Graduates of the NCCE certificates.

Who is the course leader?

Outcomes

  • Celebrate your achievement in an inspiring location
  • Hear from keynote speakers from Rolls Royce and CX-squared
  • Connect with like-minded teachers and industry representatives
  • Receive a physical copy of your Subject Knowledge Certificate
  • Hear from other CSA graduates about how the programme has impacted them and their students
  • Access a range of opportunities that will benefit you and your students' understanding of careers and skills related to computing
  • Discover further opportunities to engage with us
  • Hear what's next for the National Centre for Computing Education

Sessions

DateTimeLocation
West Midlands CSA Celebration Event04 July 202213:00-15:00Millennium Point

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Additional information

For courses at the National STEM Learning Centre in York, fees include meals and accommodation for the duration of the course. 

 

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