Our aim is to help you build your own mental picture of some of the key ideas in modern IT, through experimenting with these ideas on your own. Instead of simply listening to lecturers, we will push you to try things out that will challenge you.
You will make mistakes and hit innumerable road blocks, but just like IT professionals, you will learn to solve problems, find help online and work with colleagues and friends to get support and advice.

We were approached by Kingston University to take over the tech support for a 1st year module: IT Toolbox.
Since getting involved, Committee members Peter and Sean have taking entire lectures for the module without the support or supervision of lectures, in essence acting as lecturers on Kingston University’s behalf, which in turn we believe empowers students by providing quality ‘different’ lecturers more targeted at the students of today.
We have also provided Live streaming throughout the year, helped throughout the module with questions and even sourced a web space to help with the students assignments.

Our aim for IT Toolbox students is: To help you build your own mental picture of some of the key ideas in modern IT, through experimenting with these ideas on your own. Instead of simply listening to lecturers, we will push you to try things out that will challenge you.
You will make mistakes and hit innumerable road blocks, but just like IT professionals, you will learn to solve problems, find help online and work with colleagues and friends to get support and advice.
By trying things yourself you will gain in confidence and by the end of this module you will have a set of tools that will set you up for the rest of your course and for your career, whatever you decide to do.