Learning to code is an avenue to well paid careers in the IT industry. It offers opportunities for flexible working and working from home. Coding is not just for coders – if you are planning a career in art or music, you will increasingly be working alongside them in film, TV or advertising, and understanding their issues is essential.
In schools it all starts with a simple enjoyable programming language called Scratch. Designed for beginners, it is surprisingly flexible and sophisticated but many get stuck at a relatively low level. So we have designed workshops running during the main festival weekend, to help you over your coding hurdles and for experienced coders, to help you transition to Python. Click on the details below to find out more.
- Please note that these are workshops, not drop-in activities. Places will be allocated on a first come, first served basis and we will provide the computers. You can secure a place by booking with us on firstname.lastname@example.org. Your place will be allocated to anyone waiting at the start time, if not taken up. Parents are welcome to attend.
- Please note this is located in the Upper Hall and there is no lift. If you have mobility issues please contact us to explore how we can accomodate your needs.