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Firetech Online School Holiday Tech Classes

These school holidays, Firetech are offering small online classes to help you learn about games and coding. There are several classes on offer, including: Video Game Development with Unity Video Game Design Junior Coding with Minecraft Making Games with ROBLOX Creating for Youtube There are courses for kids of all ages, from 9 to 17. …

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Junior Engineers School Holiday Programs

Junior Engineers’ face-to-face and online programs are aimed at students in Years 4 to 9 and cover the latest and most popular coding languages including Scratch, Python, JavaScript, HTML, CSS, C++ and more. From game development, Minecraft coding and robotics with Lego Mindstorms through to app development, website design, Arduino robotics and ROBLOX coding, their …

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Web.Comp 2020

Web.Comp is a web competition for school students. Grok Learning will teach you how to build a website as you go along, rather than expecting you to be an expert already. Web.Comp 2020 will run for 5 weeks, starting from 26 October 2020. Each week, Grok will release interactive notes with the information you’ll need …

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Monash | Conquering Code

Coding is the language of the future. Now is your chance to enhance your skills in this rewarding and creative outlet. Run by Monash IT and Code Like A Girl, attendees will learn from incredible female role models, including those studying IT at Monash. In a supportive environment, we’ll give them the tools and knowledge …

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Design an Arcade Game Competition

Get involved in the Digital Technology Hub’s Arcade Game competition. Students are invited to create an arcade game, film the game in use and submit their videos to be in the running to win some great prizes. Your game needs to: involve skill and chance include a scoring system Your game could: be constructed from …

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Australian Informatics Olympiad

The Australian Informatics Olympiad (AIO) is an open national computer programming competition held annually. Students write short computer programs to solve six problems that vary in difficulty. The competition does not test computer literacy or knowledge but is focused on problem solving through programming skills. There are two papers – Intermediate for students up to …

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Learn to Code with Codecademy

Are you interested in IT and programming? You can learn to code online for free with Codecademy. Whether you want to build websites, manage databases or program games, you can learn all kinds of coding languages and applications. They are also currently offering scholarships for their Pro classes for high school and university students across …

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Learn to Code with Scratch

Have you ever wanted to make your own games or animations? Scratch is a great free online resource that you can use. You don’t need to know any coding to start – it works using a “block” principle rather than writing lines of code. Find out more here: https://scratch.mit.edu/

She Codes Coding Workshop

Have you always wanted to learn coding and programming but don’t know where to start? Do you want to meet other women just like you who are also interested in learning new things and tech? Keen to try something new and have some fun? She Codes Australia is a movement empowering women to code and …

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Robotics and Coding Club Darwin Library

Robotics and Coding Club is a fun, interactive club designed to encourage children to learn through exploring a variety of computer programing languages, software and robotics. The content is aimed at beginner to intermediate coders aged 8 years and above. Robotics and Coding Club is free. Sessions will run in six week blocks during school …

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National Computer Science School Challenge 2020

The NCSS Challenge is a programming competition open to all school students and teachers. The Challenge teaches students to code in Python 3.6. Python is an easy to learn scripting language used for many different purposes such as web applications and scientific research. The Challenge is unlike any other programming competition. You will learn how …

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She Codes Workshop, Perth

She Codes is a movement empowering women to code and offers pathways into tech careers by organising free programming workshops and events. Our goal is to increase the diversity in the tech community, spark collaboration, creativity, and expand networks. We offer beginner level HTML & CSS, and Django & Python workshops, in a self-paced environment, …

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TAFE SA | Introduction to Python Programming

This short course provides participants with an introduction to using Python programming language. During the course you will develop small console based programs using the programming structures sequence, selection and iteration. The course will also cover array processing and file handling including reading and writing text data files.

Girls Programming Network, Sydney

The Girls’ Programming Network is a group of women and girls into computer science, programming and information technology. They run workshops once per school term for high school girls. GPN teach you how to make an awesome programming project each time. We also make friends, eat pizza, and do other fun activities. There will be …

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Programming Challenge 4 Girls

Programming Challenge 4 Girls is a programming competition for year 9 & 10 girls designed to introduce them to computer programming. PC4G events are held in countries around the world. No experience is necessary, as PC4G events include tutorial sessions teaching you about the programming language we use, Alice. If you are a year 9 …

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Google Code-in 2019

Pre-university students ages 13 to 17 are invited to take part in Google Code-in: Our global, online contest introducing teenagers to the world of open source development. With a wide variety of bite-sized tasks, it’s easy for beginners to jump in and get started no matter what skills they have. Mentors from our participating organisations …

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ECU | Girls Programming Network

The Girls’ Programming Network (GPN) is a program developed and run by girls and for girls. Managed by a group of female IT students from ECU, it’s targeted at high school girls interested in IT, particularly those interested in learning to program or improving their software development skills. One Saturday each school term, the School …

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Coding Club @ Launceston Library

Computers are a very important invention that we use every day. But how do we make them do what we want them to do? Discover the world of coding and work at your own pace to expand your coding skills. No previous experience necessary as we start from Scratch.

Hays Hack Challenge

At Hays Digital Technology, we love to get involved with the tech community and we are excited to be hosting the Hays Hack across Australia and New Zealand. Put your coding skills to the test with this Hays Hack challenge for your chance to win some great prizes. Enter the competition and select your preferred …

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Intro to Movie Making – CodeHer

Have a daughter interested in learning how to code? Are they worried about being the only girl in a class of boys? Coder College is excited to introduce one of our newest programs to encourage girls interested in trying coding in a fun and supportive environment. Our “CodeHer” programs are “Girls Only” coding courses run …

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ECU | 100 lines of Code – M: bits and bots

ECU’s School of Science is providing a one-day school holiday coding workshop for High School students – girls are encouraged to join us. In 100 lines of code – add buzzers, joysticks, and breadboards; use python, maths, and electronics to create a game and game controller. Suitable for high school students aged 13 and up.

School Holiday Coding Courses

Looking for something to keep busy during the School Holidays? Why not use this time to learn some essential skills for your future. Coder College is offering a huge range of courses during the Summer School Holidays. Classes on offer include: Monday 30 September – Tuesday 1 October Introduction to Game Design Minecraft Mods Roblocks …

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Think. Create. Code

With many careers today involving some form of computation, there is a growing urgency for individuals to move beyond digital literacy, to understand how digital technologies work, and to develop literacy in code. The University of Adelaide is offering a MOOC called “Think. Create. Code” to help students understand the inner workings of digital technology, …

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Coding 101 – Free Web Development Workshop

This is a hands-on, face-to-face & step-by-step tutorial on coding essentials, with you working toward building your own page at the end of the day. You will learn some HTML, CSS and JavaScript.

Start + Coding

Start coding to build Scratch games. Learn Python to build apps and WordPress to create websites!

Plunge into Python

Discover the secrets of Artificial Intelligence! Immerse yourself in the programming language of Python for a jam-packed day of learning and creating. This easy-to-learn coding language is an ideal gateway to a wider range of programming literacy – spend the day mastering the basics of functions, code structure, and logic.

QUT | Code a Solar System Workshop

Thursday 11 July | 9.30am – 12.00pm | $25 | The Cube, QUT Gardens Point This workshop provides students with an introduction to coding and investigates the relationships between planet mass, orbit, orbital speed, and distance from the sun. They will learn the basic principles of programming using Sphero’s drag and drop interface, to design …

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Game Design with Python

Learn about game logic, graphics, and sound using Pyglet, a Python module designed for game development. Create your own 2D classic arcade game using the python coding language.

QUT | Code a Solar System Workshop

Monday 8 July | 9.30am – 12.00pm | $25 | The Cube, QUT Gardens Point This workshop provides students with an introduction to coding and investigates the relationships between planet mass, orbit, orbital speed, and distance from the sun. They will learn the basic principles of programming using Sphero’s drag and drop interface, to design …

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Coding Club @ Launceston Library

Friday 5 July | 3.30pm – 4.30pm | Launceston Library Code Club is for everyone who wants to learn how computers do what they do. Using the program “Scratch” and others you will go at your own pace to learn coding concepts – and have a lot of fun! Find out more and register: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/coding-club-launceston-library-tickets-59937711308

Teen Innovator Winter Holiday Program

The Teen Innovator Program infuses leadership and good core values together with advanced technology, coding, robotics, artificial intelligence and creating. The programs enable teens to learn more about themselves and discover their talents while learning about advanced technologies. Teens will learn the value of resilience, other good values and how to problem solve, which will …

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Coding Club @ Launceston Library

Friday 28 June | 3.30pm – 4.30pm | Launceston Library Code Club is for everyone who wants to learn how computers do what they do. Using the program “Scratch” and others you will go at your own pace to learn coding concepts – and have a lot of fun! Find out more and register: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/coding-club-launceston-library-tickets-59937710305

CoderDojo

CoderDojo is a network of free, volunteer-led, community-based programming clubs for young people. Anyone aged seven to seventeen can visit a Dojo where they can learn to code, build a website, create an app or a game, and explore technology in an informal, creative, and social environment. CoderDojo is not curriculum based, so every Dojo …

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Coding Club @ Launceston Library

Friday 21 June | 3.30pm – 4.30pm | Launceston Library Code Club is for everyone who wants to learn how computers do what they do. Using the program “Scratch” and others you will go at your own pace to learn coding concepts – and have a lot of fun! Find out more and register: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/coding-club-launceston-library-tickets-59937709302

Coding Club @ Launceston Library

Friday 14 June | 3.30pm – 4.30pm | Launceston Library Code Club is for everyone who wants to learn how computers do what they do. Using the program “Scratch” and others you will go at your own pace to learn coding concepts – and have a lot of fun! Find out more and register: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/coding-club-launceston-library-tickets-59937708299

{web}Girls Perth – A Free Coding Workshop for Women

Saturday 8 June | 9.00am – 4.00pm | FLUX, Perth {web}Girls is a movement empowering women to code and offers pathways into tech careers by organising free programming workshops and events. We offer beginner level HTML & CSS, and Django & Python workshops. Find out more and register: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/webgirls-perth-a-free-coding-workshop-for-women-tickets-61554240390

Coding Club @ Launceston Library

Friday 7 June | 3.30pm – 4.30pm | Launceston Library Code Club is for everyone who wants to learn how computers do what they do. Using the program “Scratch” and others you will go at your own pace to learn coding concepts – and have a lot of fun! Find out more and register: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/coding-club-launceston-library-tickets-59937707296

Coder College Girls Only Coding Course

Coder College is running a series of workshops for girls at New Town High School in the winter school holidays. Their “CodeHer” programs are girls only coding courses run by female course facilitators to support more girls interested in trying out coding and exploring Coding careers. Each workshop is $198 and runs from 9.00am to …

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WA CodeMakers @ECU

CodeMakers is a free 8 week program for students in years 7-12, exploring new concepts related to computing and security science. The workshops use a mix of visual, general purpose and object-oriented programming to work on projects that draw on developing skills. The term 3 classes are about web development, HTML and PHP. Classes run …

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Coding Club @ Launceston Library

Friday 31 May | 3.30pm – 4.30pm | Launceston Library Code Club is for everyone who wants to learn how computers do what they do. Using the program “Scratch” and others you will go at your own pace to learn coding concepts – and have a lot of fun! Find out more and register: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/coding-club-launceston-library-tickets-59937706293

Teen Coding With C#

Tuesday 16 – Thursday 18 April | 10.00am – 4.00pm | ECU Joondalup Campus Learn one of the most in-demand coding languages in the world, used in start-ups, enterprise companies, and academic institutions. This is a top choice for students considering computer science or creative digital pathways at TAFE or University who want to take …

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Teen Coding with Python

Tuesday 16 – Thursday 18 April | 10.00am – 4.00pm | Christ Church Grammar School, WA Learn one of the most in-demand coding languages in the world, used in start-ups, enterprise companies, and academic institutions. This is a top choice for students studying Computer Science for their GCSEs and want to take their skills to …

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Web Bootcamp For Teens

Monday 15 – Wednesday 17 April | 10.00am – 4.00pm | All Saints’ College WA This holiday workshop explores theory and exercises, guiding teenagers to solve real world challenges and write code as used by professional web developers, over three days. Web Design for Teens shows how HTML5 and CSS can be used together to …

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Job Spotlight App Developer

What do they do?   App developers are computer software engineers. They use their skills to design, create, test, fault find, debug and install apps for computer systems, mobile phones and other types of electronic gadgetry. Apps are tools that help users to perform functions, jobs, tasks or even play games.   If you enjoy …

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