Guidance for online learning

If you choose an online course, you will need a reliable Internet connection and a computer with a microphone and a camera.

When you enrol, you will be sent instructions on how to join the remote meetings.

BAEC student Google account

Some of the courses taught at BAEC require the student to have a student Google account. If your course tutor has told you that you have a student account, watch the following video for details on how to log in.

VIDEO - How to log into your BAEC student account


Online Safety and Risks in the Online Environment

Click here to view our video on Risks in the Online Environment

The Skills Toolkit

The Department for Education signposts people to free courses that can develop their digital and numeracy skills. The free courses are listed from the various organisations that created them over the past few years, from beginners' computer courses to more specialised courses in coding, digital marketing, and Microsoft Office. There is also a course to brush up on your maths skills.

For further information and register click here 

Other online Courses

Other courses are available for you to keep up with your learning and develop your skills.

You can find out more on the following links

You may also be interested in other online opportunities - the following institutions offer free online courses in a variety of subjects.