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Fancy yourself to be the next big name in games development? Want to build yourself a website to promote your photography or illustration? Or maybe you just want to get your head around the fundamentals? Browse our pool of online private tutors, book your taster computing lesson and learn about html and CSS from the comfort of your sofa! 

The term ‘computing’ covers a whole range of disciplines, from software development to web design and computer science. You might be learning any number of computer languages, how to structure a website to ensure a good customer flow or how to analyse data to create and implement marketing strategies. Or you might be learning the absolute fundamentals to help you get by in daily life.

Whatever your aspirations, developing your understanding of computers can enrich both your personal and professional life enormously.

Why study computing and ICT?

Like it or not, the digital age has very much arrived and the time has come for us all to jump on the computer bandwagon. Tech jobs are at an all-time high, the tech industry is booming, and employers are looking for prospective employees to demonstrate computer fluency no matter their sector. These days, the best thing you can do to really make your CV stand out is to brush up on your computer skills.

As our dependence on computers increases, graduates with computing qualifications are increasingly sought after to occupy specialist tech roles, these include:

  • Applications developer – developing software using code (computer language).
  • Games developer – creating and producing games, from programming to story development and visuals.
  • Web designer – designing, creating and coding web pages.
  • Business analyst – managing and changing plans within businesses.
  • SEO specialist – identifying and deploying marketing strategies to develop a company’s online presence.
  • Software engineer – creating and maintaining computer systems by programming, writing code and making recommendations for improvement.

But it’s not only the likes of Silicon Valley that are looking to recruit tech-savvy individuals. An understanding of how computers well will also help you to succeed in the roles of digital copywriter, IT trainer, nanotechnologist, network engineer, social media manager, sound designer, supply chain manager, technical author or web content manager.

Even if your position isn’t centred around working with computers, you’ll still stand out from the crowd. Tech-smart individuals tend to display the kind of transferable skills that employers just can’t get enough of. Working with computers requires a methodical, meticulous and creative approach to problem-solving and you’re often required to break mammoth tasks into palatable chunks, analysing potential outcomes before taking any action. Studying computing also equips individuals with strong commercial awareness and you’ll find that you become more adaptable – especially when it comes to new technologies.

Studying computing can also be incredibly fun! Many aspects of working with computers involve combining your creativity with your technical know-how; you make something out of nothing – and that can be incredibly rewarding. It’s also much more sociable than many would expect, although not always in the conventional way: our understanding of what we can accomplish with computers is continuing to advance and we’re always exploring new possibilities. Often breakthroughs are made collaboratively with individuals across the world working together via the internet to develop new technologies.

Finally studying computing can be like one big puzzle: perfect for those who enjoy a challenge or are curious about how their smartphone, tablet or laptop works.

For most, their busy schedule is the main barrier to taking up new studies… but learning computer skills doesn’t have to be time-consuming! Take advantage of technology and learn from the comfort of your own home over the internet.

Study computing with an online course

The rise in demand for computing skills has led to an explosion of online resources to fulfil every learning requirement, whether you’re just starting out or looking to expand your expertise within a certain niche. Whilst websites such as W3school almost serve as encyclopaedias for all things computing, many learners choose to follow online courses for a more structured and comprehensive learning experience.

There are loads of free courses available online that offer individuals the opportunity to explore new areas of computing, ideal if you’re still trying to establish your learning goals. Websites such as FutureLearn, open.edu and MIT Open Courseware share anything from university module content to short taster courses for all abilities. For example, FutureLearn’s How Computers Work course will help you explore the absolute fundamentals of computing (computer architecture, binary logic, data processing, circuits and more) whereas MIT’s Computer System Engineering course focuses on more advanced skills around the engineering of computer software and hardware systems.

If you have established your learning goals, you might not be able to find a free course that suits your needs. Pay-for learning platforms such as CodeAcademy are popular amongst those who want to focus their learning and give you more scope to direct your studies. They also provide helpful simulator tools so that you can practise your new skills. 

The benefits of studying computing online

In the grand scheme of things, online courses are a relatively recent development (and another by-product of advancing technology). Although not for everyone, they can make it far easier for us to fit our studies into our increasingly busy lives. With an online computing course, you’ll benefit from the following perks:

  • Study at your own pace: group classes are sociable, but the class moves at a set pace to meet the needs of the group. By studying remotely you can work to your own pace, taking time to digest information as you need or whizzing through areas you’re already familiar with.
  • Convenience and flexibility: we all run to different schedules and sometimes things crop up that make you miss your class. Online lessons can be completed anywhere at any time – no more skipping class to go to parents evening, no more commuting and you can study alongside your full time job.
  • Lower costs: online courses often come with far fewer overheads than classroom-based lessons and there is no limit on the number of participants. This means that course prices are often lower (and sometimes even free).
  • More comfortable learning environment: learn from the comfort of wherever you want! You can access your lessons on your smartphone or tablet, so you don’t have to miss out when you’re on a business trip or holiday.
  • Variety of programs available: by taking your studies to the world wide web you’re no longer limited to the courses available in your town, city or country. In fact, you’ll have access to specialist courses from the world over!

Online courses are a brilliant way to add structure to your learning without bending over backwards to fit into rigid schedules. However, they do lack the personal touch that you get from working directly with a tutor.

If you’re looking for a more personalised working environment, why not study computing online with a private tutor?

Study computing online with a private tutor

Online private tutors in computing deliver lessons with the structure and personalisation that many individuals require to flourish.

By working with you on a 1:1 basis, your online tutor will work with you to focus your lesson content according to your own needs, whether personal or professional. You’ll benefit from the flexibility and convenience of an online course with the constructive feedback of private tuition, allowing you to work at your own pace with 100% of your tutor’s support and attention. You can even discuss your preferred learning format and style with your tutor ahead of lessons to ensure that your sessions cater to your needs.

Part of your tutor’s role will be to monitor your progress, helping you to stay motivated when you’re grappling with tough concepts and ensuring that you’re on track to meet your goals. If you’re not sure what your learning goals are, your tutor can help you to establish them by identifying your strengths in computing. All this from the comfort of your sofa, your kitchen table, or even the Bahamas – the choice is yours!

But where do you find an online private tutor? The internet of course!

Most of us turn to search engines in our moments of need but finding an accredited computing tutor whose teaching style fits your needs can be tricky in the great big sea of the internet. This is where Superprof comes in.

Finding an online ICT private tutor with Superprof

Superprof is a platform designed to connect those who want to teach with those who want to learn. Our pool of over 4,500 online computing tutors includes experienced software engineers, postgraduate computer scientists and cyber security specialists (to name a few). Each tutor sets their rates based on their experience, the level taught and demand for the subject, so there are prices to suit every budget.

Once you’ve chosen a tutor, read through their background and methodology to get an idea for their teaching style (each tutor’s profile follows the same format to make comparison easy). Recommendations from previous and current students should give you a good idea of how your tutor works, but most Superprof tutors offer a free taster lesson so that you can see for yourself too.

Browse our pool of Superprof online private tutors and start your journey to Silicon Valley today!

FAQ's

How do ICT lessons work online?

You can discuss directly with your tutor via email or phone. Their contact details are in the left-hand column of the lesson request page. You can then decide with your teacher on the preferred format of classes.


There are a number of possibilities:

  • Skype
  • Google Hangout
  • Zoom
  • Discord
  • Telephone

A number of tools allow you to exchange via audio and video, as well as to share your screen or your tablet.

9552 tutors offer ICT classes online

How are tutors selected to give online ICT lessons?

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How many tutors are available to give ICT lessons via webcam?

9552 ICT tutors are available to help you.

You can browse their profiles and choose the one that best suits your requirements while learning from the comfort of your home.

Choose your tutor from one of our 9552 profiles.

What is the average price for online ICT lessons?

The average price for online ICT lessons is £9.

This rate will vary based on a number of different factors:

  • The teacher's level of experience in their subject
  • The duration of the course

97% of tutors offer their first lesson for free.


Online classes are on average 20% less expensive than face-to-face classes.

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What is the average rating for tutors giving online ICT classes?

From a sample of 968 reviews, students give an average score of 5.0 out of 5.


In the event of a problem with a class, our customer service team is available to find a quick solution (by phone or email five days a week).


(during this COVID 19 period, the Superprof customer service team remains available over an extended time period to answer all of your questions) 

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Why choose online lessons?

With so many of our connections being formed and maintained via online channels, online learning is becoming more and more popular with students.

It’s easy since both students and teachers have already mastered the digital tools that are used to facilitate online lessons.

It’s safe, simple and convenient. Wherever you are, you can connect with a teacher suited to your needs in just a few clicks.

9552 ICT tutors are available here to help you.