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Many educators indicate levels of of computer literacy which ultimately are not on par with expectations of school management members. Often the case is that the educator may be proficient in one area but lacking in another. This course is designed by a school principal, with input from colleagues in educational management. The course is not intended to turn educators into IT gurus. It is intended to ensure that when educators face changes in the workplace you are able to operate in an increasing technological society.

Why this course.

  • We will put on paper the competencies you demonstrated (physical certificate)
  • It is not a course focussed on a single brand of software or requiring a specified hardware brand
  • It intends to encourage exploration and self learning without an overly formal course load
  • It will allow you to function in the increasingly technological classroom with its tech natives.

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Drugs are part of everyday life for many people and exposure becomes inevitable. However, it is important to be informed and resistant to the social  pressures that lead to drug abuse. Commonly many people start with "gateway" drugs like "dagga" (cannabis or weed)

As mentioned these "gateway" drugs lead on to experimenting with more serious drugs.  Typically this is a substance such as crystal meth (In our context locally we call it "Tik")

"The Tik Drug (crystal meth) has become a buzzword in drug circles and has become increasingly popular amongst school children and the gang culture because of the ease with which street pharmacists make the drug, which causes a high rate Tik Addiction. The Tik Drug has recently sparked a huge response from health authorities because of the devastating Effects of Tik upon its victims." 1

In this course we will explore the dangers of drugs and especially gateway drugs.


References
1:   (https://www.bethesda4recovery.com/tik-drug)