TechQuest, an information technology training company has announced the commencement of its two-week technology training summer camp, designed for primary and secondary children.
The August edition, which is the second stretch of the 2015 technology training camp will see participants learn the fundamentals of web, animation and game design using tools and a curriculum at par with their counterparts around the world.
Set to take place in Victoria Island and Ikeja from August 17, the summer camp is open to children between the ages of six and sixteen. It will run for 6 hours a day, 5 (or 6) days a week, for 2-week periods.
The program will be an engaging, fun-filled experience for children, where they will receive hands-on interactive lessons and projects. Features include excursions to technology companies, to view practical applications of a career in Information Technology, and to an innovation space or technology incubator.
According to organisers, the TechQuest Camp makes use of Google’s CS First curriculum, Pluralsight’s Kids Training, Code.org and Codecademy in teaching the kids.
The first edition of the TechQuest camp was held in July, with 36 kids receiving technology training.
Click here to register your child.