Free Computer Science CPD – Introduction to Computer Systems, Networking and Security
Find out how the components of computer systems interlink and how these can then be connected together to form a network.
Learn about the different components of computer hardware, including devices not instantly recognisable as computers. The key components for input, processing, storage and output will be covered, and you’ll learn about the binary data that flows around and between computers. Whether in your home or school, computing devices are increasingly networked. You’ll learn to recognise the technologies used to connect machines and to share data, and begin to find out how computers can communicate with each other seamlessly. You’ll also deepen your knowledge of some of the security risks that are commonly heard about in the daily news, which your students need to be aware of to be safe and responsible web citizens.
Tuesday 21 June, 9:00am – 3:00pm
Free to attend or teachers from state maintained schools.
Published25 April 2022
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