[Nottingham] old PCs - idea

godfrey godfrey at gnnix.co.uk
Sun Nov 18 07:51:48 GMT 2007

Hmm,  Interesting idea. Especially after the enquiry the other week regarding 
lessons in Linux. I have a teaching diploma and have taught maths/science at 
secondary level as well as Adult Ed. courses for WEA and the OU. I did create 
a curriculum for Linux a couple of years ago, I'll have to see if I can find 
it again.


On Saturday 17 November 2007 1:12 pm, Jim Moore wrote:
> For anyone who's currently between jobs/wants a career change/fancies
> something different...
> ... I've been playing with this idea for a while now but haven't had the
> time to either set it up nor the financial incentive to. I've already
> got my CG7307 in teaching (by a few years now), so am able to offer
> pointers and maybe a little help in setting up a curriculum, with a view
> to opening up shop at Castle College for evening classes in Linux
> computing. Currently there are few, if any, classes specifically in
> Linux /anywhere/ in curricular or vocational levels at an affordable
> price, and I thought it might be nice to be able to offer something
> which would also be subsidised by the Government (hence the location).
> Any thoughts? I originally got the CG for teaching home PC building and
> maintenance but quickly found that there were places springing up
> everywhere for just this, so gave up on that idea and went self employed
> instead.
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