• Do you need to teach your pupils how to plan and code a comprehensive solution?

  • Are you looking for an easy to understand fail safe methodology?

Join my new video training course to learn how you can help your pupils get the best out of their GCSE programming projects.

Bridge The Gap Between Small Challenges And Large Programming Projects

Many teachers tell me that although they are confident in creating simple Python code, when it comes to tackling the larger programs they are at a loss of where to start.

What steps should you go through?  How do you teach this to pupils?

It can seem daunting. And if you are unsure where to start your pupils soon pick up on this and also feel overwhelmed.

When your students don’t know how to tackle the programming project section of their qualifications this can lead to disengagement and a radical drop in their confidence in the subject all together. You’ve taught them so well about the theory it seems a shame to trip up at this final hurdle just because they don’t know how to get going.

Pupils who are left to their own devices without any guidance in how to tackle the larger projects often get into a muddle and lose confidence and enthusiasm.

If only there was an easy to implement proven method that works. 

One that can be adapted for your classroom and your unique teaching style and students.

There is!

Let me tell you a little about myself

I used to be a programmer and know from first-hand experience how programmers tackle big projects. There is a methodology that can really help clear the fog and break a large project into bite-sized chunks. In this training course I show you my methodology that I’ve used for more years than I care to remember. And show you how you can teach it to your pupils. In this video training course you’ll see the step-by-step processes I go through. I explain how you can demonstrate the methodology to your pupils and have included a mock programming challenge they can try it out on.
Photo of Nicky

What's covered?

I walk you through starting a programming project using a similar task to one that has previously been used by the exam boards.  This enables you to see how the following separate elements work together in a realistic example.

  • You’ll learn how to plan a project and I give you a checklist of questions that should be asked to make the process easier.

  • I explain the difference between structure charts and flow diagrams and when each should be used to be most effective.

  • You’ll discover an easy method to break the project into smaller, more manageable chunks and look at how you can drill down into each of the chunks to get more detail.

  • We talk about the use of subprograms and how important they are when developing a large programming project.

  • You’ll find the best way to show students how to test their programs and avoid the mistakes that many teachers make.

  • Finally, I show you a fail-safe methodology that works for any large programming project. This will give a structure your students can follow whilst still developing their individual and unique solutions.

Payment Options

You can either make a single one-time payment for £43 or if it makes it easier, you can split the payment over 2 months, paying just £21.50 per month.

Click on the relevant option below:

Course curriculum

  • 1


    • A Short But Important Introduction

  • 2

    Planning The Project

  • 3

    Getting Started

    • Subprograms

    • Creating An Incremental Test Table

    • Filling In Your Test Table

    • Moving On

    • Keep Going

  • 4

    The Methodology

    • How Do You Teach This Methodology To Your Pupils?

How it works?

The “Bridge the gap between small challenges and large programming projects”  video training course takes less than 3 hours to complete and in that time you will uncover this easy to implement method and learn how to teach it to your pupils. 

  1. Instant lifetime access to short video lessons you can fit around your busy schedule. These lessons build throughout the course to fully explain the methodology using a realistic GCSE programming task.

  2. The lessons are backed up by a workbook that contains comprehensive notes you can keep as a quick reference guide and refer to time and time again.

  3. A mini project that pupils can use to practice the methodology before they attempt the final GCSE programming project

Don’t waste any more time worrying about how to tackle large programming projects. Learn this method today and find out how it can help you and your pupils feel more confident!

7-Day Money Back Guarantee

My number 1 priority at Nichola Wilkin Ltd is your happiness and I stand by my training courses 100%. If you are not happy with the course and have not viewed more than 40% of the content you can claim a full refund with no ifs and no buts.

Simply reach out to me at admin@nicholawilkin.com within 7-days of purchase and I’ll be happy to help you.

This is my personal guarantee to you.