SIMS Assessment Training and Support Pack
This year for the first time I’m offering a SIMS Assessment training and support pack for schools that need a little extra help.
For those of us who work as data experts in schools the summer holidays presents its own problems. Firstly, lots of other people are off on holiday so it’s difficult to get support. Secondly, it’s our busiest time – exam results need analysis and new assessment systems need building. Finally, for new staff in schools it is an important time for training and acquiring new skills.
SIMS Assessment Course Bundle + One-to-one Training + Email Support
- Full, lifetime access to the online course bundle for a reduced cost (£175 down from £200). The 30+ hours of video content will also include the updated KS4 resources course which will be released in August 2018.
- One-to-one training or mentoring sessions with me at a suitable time during August or early September 2018. A half-day session will cost £125 (usually £175).
- Email-based help desk support for £50 (availableAugust to early September).
Remote Support for SIMS Assessment
The one-to-one training will be delivered over a remote link where we work directly on your SIMS database by sharing your monitor and keyboard and talking over a telephone link or Skype – it’s a very effective way of delivering help. You can use the sessions for anything – specific training, designing a system, consultancy, general advice etc.
Get Help by email
I can also provide email support over August and into September. You can use the email support for any assessment manager related queries – I’ll respond by email but also (where appropriate) by phone and remote access sessions.
How to Purchase
The cost for all three elements of the plan is £350 but you can mix and match to suit your own needs. If you want to go ahead and purchase, reply to this email and I’ll set you up with course access immediately, and we can schedule your training session in August or early September. Note: the number of training sessions will be limited, so it’s first come, first served.