Touch typing courses for 8 - 16s

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Summer half term and holiday 2019 courses - click here for an application form

 

Monday 8 – Thursday 11 July, Twickenham Prep School, Hampton, Middx

Monday 15 – Thursday 18 July, New Malden Library

Monday 22 – Thursday 25 July, New Malden Library

Monday 29 July – Thursday 1 Aug, Manor House School, Great Bookham, Surrey

Monday 19– Thursday 22 Aug, New Malden Library

Tuesday 27 – Friday 30 August, New Malden Library

 

Autumn half term and Christmas 2019 courses - click here for an application form

Monday 28 - Thursday 31 October, New Malden Library

Monday 16 - Thursday 19 December, New Malden Library

 

All courses run 10:00 - 12:15 pm daily (Please note New Malden Library Thursday sessions run 12:45 - 3:00 pm)

OFSTED registered - we accept child care vouchers.  See photos and videos at   

 

Typing's Cool was set up in 2010 and currently runs before school, lunchtime and after school clubs in independent schools in Kingston upon Thames, Richmond, Wandsworth and Wimbledon.

 

Typing's Cool teaches children, young people and adults how to touch type, using a number of software programmes especially written for children and young people.  We have developed a unique approach to learning formal touch typing technique drawing on developing cognitive research to learn as fast and effectively as possible.  During the sessions we also play team games such as Keyboard Bingo and the chocolate typing challenge to reinforce skills while creating a fun, inclusive club atmosphere.

 

In the Spring of 2014 Typing's Cool launched its adult training programme in a SW London hospital for staff to learn to touch type in just eight hours.  We are currently offering our two day (eight hours) course to companies, organisations and school staff INSET commissioners.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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