GCSN is arranging the following events through term two. Sign up on our events calendar
A Microsoft Office 365 Workshop
This workshop is a continuation of the sessions held towards the end of 2012. The workshop is scheduled for 28 May between 3:30 and 5pm at the CDC premises at 99 Cashel St in the Re:Start Mall opposite the Hummingbird Coffee lounge.
An exciting BYOD session on 10 June at the Russley Golf Club on Memorial Avenue.
We are delighted to have Russell Burt from Point England School in Auckland and Mark Osborne - ex Albany Senior High School and now with CORE as high profile speakers for this session. This event is proving to be very popular. Make sure you register for:
- the secondary school session from 9am to 11am
- the primary school session from 1:30 to 3:00.
- the technical session from 3:30pm to 5pm
A primary champions meeting at Thorrington School on Wednesday 5 June at 3:30
The e-Learning Planning Framework will be an important part of the session along with brief presentations from a few primary schools about their IT journey. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org. for further details.
The Skills Organisation launch in Christchurch
Russley Golf Course - at 12:15 on Friday 7 June.
This event is for careers teachers and other staff with an interest in employment opportunities for students. Christchurch business leaders, Peter Townsend and Tom Holland, will be attending this session as well. Contact email@example.com for further details.
A further Kevin Honeycutt session
Friday 7 June at 8:30am at Linwood College.
If you missed the inspirational sessions in term one, here is your chance to experience this motivational speaker. Check out his website http://kevinhoneycutt.org/
Keep an eye on our events calendar for further details of forthcoming sessions looking at wireless solutions for your school. .
$136 million investment fast tracks school network upgrades - Wireless to be included in SNUP Programme
Education Minister Hekia Parata and Associate Education Minister Nikki Kaye today announced the Government will invest $136 million over the next four years to complete the School Network Upgrade Project (SNUP) by 2016 - two years ahead of schedule. Wireless capacity will be included in the school network upgrade process starting in June of this year.