SYDNEY - JANUARY SCHOOL HOLIDAYS - $140 + GST per Workshop
Join Coder Academy for fun and engaging days full of coding, robotics, electronics, Virtual Reality and more!
Monday 14 January - VFX in Film; Create a Visual Effects Film - Ages 12+ Students will use the Green Screen room to direct and produce their very own short film and learn to create engaging Visual Effects to incorporate into their film clip that they can then show off to friends and family. (Please note: This workshop is being delivered by AIT.)
Wednesday 16 January - Design the Future - Ages 12+ Learn all about 3D modelling including the different types of software, tips and tricks from a pro and create a 3D character that can then be used as your character in Unity on Thursday.
Thursday 17 January - Gamify Your Life - Ages 12+ Design, code and create a multilevel platform game. You will be taken through a real life studio environment and collaborate with multiple people to create a bigger and better game.
Friday 18 January - Ready, Set, Animate! - Ages 12+ Join us and take your creativity to the next level as you learn how to bring stories and characters to life! Ignite your passion for all things animation as you learn to move along the storyboard process, get hands-on in a fun interactive environment, and collaborate with peers to bring your assignments together and turn design dreams into reality. (Please note: This workshop is being delivered by AIT.)
Our expert trainers balance impressive technical ability with excellent communication skills. They are computer scientists, engineers, and industrial designers with prior teaching experience. All of our trainers have Working With Children checks, and a passion for inspiring young people to embrace STEM skills.
We pride ourselves on our ability to cater to students who are racing ahead, while supporting those who need more time to practise their skills. We aim to help students better understand the technological tools they have at their disposal, and how they can create rather than simply consume. Students are encouraged to adopt an experimental mindset, and think ‘What if?’ without giving into a fear of breaking something. We believe that people with unique interests learn to code for different reasons, and there are many ways to engage kids with tech in a way they find exciting and encouraging.
Beginner / Intermediate
What to bring?
Just bring a packed lunch! Be ready to learn.
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