BY: Chisom ADA
It is no longer news that technology is spreading its impacts wide across the globe.
Currently, virtually every communication, social meetings and transactions is done using technological devices and solutions. The young minds are not left out of this shift and so IT360 Academy is out to build the youngsters to compete in this global trend.
Building these youngsters is tomorrow’s investment.
To this end, iT360 Academy has introduced virtual ICT bootcamp and ready to empower tech youngsters beyond boundaries.
The bootcamp is aimed at helping youngsters learn basic and advanced programming skills required to build simple or complex web apps, robots, games and lots more.
The bootcamp is an annual summer camp organised for kids and teens to learn coding, collaborate on projects, have lots of fun and network with each other.
The bootcamp enables youngsters learn with ease and is geared at enhancing tech progress among young individuals.
Since its inception, iT360 Academy hasn’t relent in its quest, setting the pace in the tech space, impacting tech youngsters with quality tech SKILLS and exposure to real life projects through the dedication and commitment of our TECH TEAM who have garnered over 20 years of tech experience in the space.
This year’s bootcamp is going to witness a little twist, compared to the existing physical ICT bootcamp where students coded smart dustbin, traffic light, rock paper scissors game, turtle race with python.
At the virtual ICT bootcamp, participants would be thought virtually through zoom and Google class.
According to Oluwaseyi Olaleye, the convener of iT360 Academy, this year’s virtual bootcamp is an opportunity to reach out to more tech youngsters beyond the boundaries of Nigeria.
He said, “We are leveraging the lockdown, stay at home initiative, to introduce new learning culture to youngsters and guidance as learning goes beyond the four walls of classroom or schools.
“The lockdown availed us the opportunity to take personalized knowledge to the door steps of tech youngsters both locally and internationally”, he added.
This year’s ICT bootcamp will feature variety of interesting courses and projects, such as 3D animation, creation of remote controlled car, Cybersecurity etc., which participants can try at home and begin to gain self-confidence.
Virtual ICT Bootcamp 2020 is organised in collaboration with Institute of Chartered Information Technology Professionals, South Africa, godohub.ng. It’s supported by the following brands, TechEconomy, Godohub.ng, Uniplan Uniek-AID
Camp would be officially opened on the 24th of August, 2020. It promises to be a life changing experience for your child/children.
“I am sure you wouldn’t allow your child or children to miss this opportunity. Quickly register your ward through this link: www.bit.ly/ictbootcamp20
“Give your ward the opportunity to be a part of the changing tech ecosystem early enough so that they can compete internationally”, Seyi added.