Only men being techies is a stereotype up to a certain point, but with the male population providing the lion’s share in the digital industry, questions are being asked why women are in the minority of employees in this field. It could be argued that boys are given remote control cars, planes, trains, robots and drones as presents and therefore are introduced to technology from an early age – or at least that was the case maybe a decade or so ago.
Exciting Game Design Classes For Children
Would your child love to learn the art of game design? It goes without saying, the tech industry has never been bigger and is likely only to grow in the future. If you have a child interested in game design, this could be a potentially exciting career path for them to pursue once they grow up.
If you’re looking to ways to encourage children to develop their skills, Tech Camp offer a range of exciting coding and computer engineering camps. There’s no better way to make the most of their summer than help to grow one of their biggest passions.
Whether your child would love to design a robot, learn skills in coding, design games or discover more about electronics, Tech Camp can make it happen.
Our courses take place at many of the UK’s leading institutions, teaching children aged 9-17 a range of skills that could incite a passion that benefits them in adulthood.
At our classes, they can also meet creative and like-minded students from around the UK and abroad, sharing an experience they’ve never had before. With our game design 1-3 course, your child can learn not only how to design games, but programming, game art creation and sound effects.
Tech Camp are OFSTED registered and can accept childcare vouchers.