The National College Creative Industries Moves to Google G-Suite for Education with C-Learning to Support Outstanding Teaching and Apprenticeship Expansion.

The National College Creative Industries has seamlessly moved to the leading Google G-Suite for Education platform to provide engaging and inspiring teaching and learning and to expand its apprenticeship provision enabled by cloud based technology that supports workplace learning.

Google G-Suite for Education is now used by more than 80 million educators globally making it the leading learning technology in the world. The technology enables pupils to learn independently on any device creating a seamless learning environment between College life and home, as well as reducing workloads and saving money. For employers who recognise that time is money Google G-Suite enables apprentices to learn in their workplace on any device.

National College Creative Industries Principal and CEO Sue Dare MBE said “We are committed to expanding the reach and success of the National College Creative Industries and moving to a technology platform that supports our ambitions was critical for our future success. We were seeking technology that is relevant to how industry works, and that means being able to be creatively productive at any time on any device. Our learners are geographically dispersed with diverse lifestyles and our solutions must meet them where and when they are, not in a fixed location at a set time using last century technology. We are proud to be using technology that is entirely cloud based with all of the benefits it brings. Staff love it and are excited to master the new possibilities and potential it provides”.

Jamie Smith, Executive Chairman of Google Premier Education Partner C-Learning said “I am thrilled that C-Learning was selected as the partner to support the National College Creative Industries in their digital journey using world leading technology that supports the growth ambitions of the College. Colleges that can demonstrate learning solutions aligned to employer priorities will always win when competing against those who operate the old way, using technology that requires employers to spend time and money they shouldn’t need to. Using Google G-Suite means that the College can provide its learning resources through Google Classroom to any employer at any location on any device. It’s exactly aligned to high growth technology enabled employers and it’s the future. We are thrilled to be collaborating with the team at the National College Creative Industries to provide learning experiences that are consistent with the more than three million leading businesses using the same technology.

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The National College Creative Industries can now access unlimited free cloud storage, industry standard video communications, collaborative document sharing and a huge range of wider leading applications to enhance and develop teaching and learning in addition to Google Classroom.

C-Learning is one of only three UK based Google Premier Education Partners with a client base spread across the UK, Europe, the Middle East and Africa. The company is a leading provider of Chromebooks and Google technology such as Jamboards, bespoke software, training and consultancy services to education.

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