[ubuntu-uk] influence in education

Bea Groves beagroves at gmail.com
Fri Jun 24 16:08:02 UTC 2011


Yeah, the rules are pretty strict these days about who can teach on
state-funded provision, and a recognised teaching qualification is deffo

What you probably need is a friendly (qualified) tutor with Ubuntu
experience; sadly they're as common as hen's teeth.

On 24/06/11 09:12, alan c wrote:
> On 23/06/11 17:41, Bea Groves wrote:
>> Can I say I'm teaching a full-length (i.e. 10 x 2 hours) unaccredited
>> course for adults entitled 'Introduction to Linux' for North Tyneside
>> Adult Learning Alliance next year. Date and time are still to be
> Well done you!
> I have a local adult learning centre near me, and I would like to run
> something here. However, the centre  manager is clear and adamant that
> this cannot happen because I do not hold a teaching qualification or
> whatever. I suppose various degrees and diplomas do not count.
> I would appreciate a comment or two about what can be done here.
> An alternative which is not viable yet would be for me to hire the room
> outright but there would need to be a queue of prospective (adult)
> students first before that could work.

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