All the ETF digital courses available online are listed below in two categories:

  1. Improving your personal digital skills
  2. Applying digital skills in teaching and learning

For face-to-face ETF courses on applying digital skills in teaching and learning go to the ETF course booking system.

Improving your digital skills

These courses are designed to help you improve your digital skills either through the 'improving skills' course or allowing you to get 'just-in-time' tutorial support to help you with a particular task.

Applying your digital skills in teaching and learning

These courses are designed to help improve your digital skills, building your confidence to use technology in the classroom, workshop or virtual learning environment. Although aimed at those who may have experimented with digital tools for personal development/use and now want to further develop their skills and apply them in the classroom, they can be used by those who are tech curious who might be new to one of the fields covered.

They are delivered online with tutor support details of which will be provided on enrolment.

If you had already enrolled on one of these courses before 8th May 2018 and want to revisit your previous work please access the legacy course area below.

This course provides a flexible way of learning essential IT skills for teachers and trainers in the FE sector.

This course will help you to develop your personal skills and offers ideas about how to use the skills with learners.

Social media in teaching and learning is one of seven digital CPD online courses delivered as part of the Education and Training Foundation's work to improve the digital skills of teachers within the learning and skills sector, developing their ability to use technology confidently in the classroom. It builds on the Learning Futures project from which a number of resources have been used.

This is a FREE course

Virtual meeting technology is one of four digital CPD online courses delivered as part of the Education and Training Foundation's work to improve the digital skills of teachers within the learning and skills sector; developing their ability to use technology confidently in the classroom. It builds on the Learning Futures project from which a number of resources have been used.

This is a FREE course, however booking is still required through the ETF Booking system as places are limited.  When participants book they are sent an enrolment key along with other joining instructions.

Follow this link to the booking site for further information: https://booking.etfoundation.co.uk/course/details/108?return=browse

In this free course you will be exploring how video can be used effectively in teaching and learning.

You will have the opportunity to explore how it can fit into your learning and will be introduced to a range of tools and techniques that enable the creation and editing of video files.

This course will introduce pedagogical approaches that utilise video with examples in practice across a range of curriculum areas including maths and English.

In this free course you will be exploring the different tools and technologies that can be used to enhance the assessment for learning process. You will see how technologies can support a range of assessment and feedback formats, guide learning and learn how effective use of tracking and monitoring tools can enable teachers to make early support interventions.

This is a FREE course, facilitated for four weeks from enrolment.

This FREE course will explore the digital skills your learners need for work and how you can help them develop those skills. The course will cover:

    • Exploring the digital skill requirements within your vocational area
    • Building workplace digital skills into your curriculum
    • Promoting good digital practice in preparation for the workplace
    • Using digital tools to reach employers and to gain employment

This FREE online course will introduce you to different digital tools and technologies that can be used to support differentiation within teaching and learning. The course will cover:

    • The importance of differentiation
    • Using digital tools to support and extend learning
    • Using learning technologies to provide individual learner activities
    • Using technologies to allow variation in formative assessment
    • Using tools that support diversity and accessibility

The course is facilitated by an online tutor for four weeks from the date enrolment opens.

This online course introduces you to instructional design, a process that can be used to develop individual self-study learning modules or a complete courses. Following an instructional design process helps you to write materials that engage learners and ensures that they learn. 

This is a FREE course, facilitated for four weeks from the day enrolment opens.