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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.
If you need help, you can use the guides below or you can book a session with one of our 'Digital Champions' at the Kentwood or Poverest centres.
How to Access Google Meet
How to access Email and Google Classroom
How to access your BAEC email account
How to set up your BAEC email account on your device
How to access Google Classroom
How to access Google Classroom from your device
Video: How to access Google Classroom from your device video for tutors and students
Student Guide to Handing In work on Google Classroom
Help from the Google Help Centre:
General issues when accessing the Classroom on your device
How to sign into Google Classroom
How to change your language in the Google Classroom
How to Turn in an assignment
Work with a Doc assigned to you
Using Google Docs
How to Access Google Docs/Sheets/Slides
How to access Zoom meetings
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.