There's been lots of buzz about more people learning to code lately. Alongside math and reading, coding is an essential skill considering our ever growing digital World, Unfortunately only few students have the opportunity to learn to program because it is rarely taught in schools. Because programming allows us to take a complex problem, understand what the problem is and develop possible solutions, learning to code is beneficial no matter what your career ambitions are
SkysenxHub's mission is to create a platform for students to not only learn how to program but also express their creativity.Learn more
SkysenxHub’s TechCamp is our summer training platform for kids and teens during holidays where we introduce them to different technologies that will help shape their career paths. It is an annual event aimed at inculcating kids and teens with technological skills required in the 21st century. Participants learn from basic technological concepts, to designing and building electronic circuits and programming the same. Started in 2019, our maiden edition which ran for 5 weeks was rewarding in both knowledge and fun.
Participants will learn various electronic concepts and components such as Circuit Design, Analog/Digital Sensors, Power Converters & Regulators, programming a Microcontroller with Python to control and manipulate components.
This camp introduces participants to coding via a technology they are already familiar with - the World Wide Web (WWW). Participants will learn how to design websites using HTML/CSS, modern responsive Design, hosting a wesbite.
This camp introduces participants to the art of Designing for different applications, ranging from User Interfaces (UI), User Experience (UX), General Graphics, Computer Aided Design (CAD). They will also learn how to print 3D objects
This camp introduces participants to programing using Micro Bit - a device designed to encourage children to get actively involved in writing software for computers and building new things, rather than being consumers of media. Children love to see things happen which makes learning programming with the Micro Bit device fun and rewarding in knowledge.
This Camp introduces participants from age 8 and above to the world of technology through Programming with Scratch, Animations, Creative Games and others. Scratch is a block-based visual programming language targeted primarily at children
We understand parent’s hectic schedules and seek to relieve their stress by providing a shuttle service to convey participants from home to our centre and back home each day. The Cost and Designated routes where this service will be communicated to parents/guardians.Learn more
Learning to write programs stretches your mind, and helps you think better, creates a way of thinking about things that I think is helpful in all domains.
The programmers of tomorrow are the wizards of the future. You're going to look like you have magic powers compared to everybody else.
Our policy at Facebook is literally to hire as many talented engineers as we can find There just aren't enough people who are trained and have these skills today.
Every girl deserves to take part in creating the technology that will change our world, and change who runs it.
Learning to code is useful no matter what your career ambitions are.
We believe that coding should be a required language in all schools.
Down from when lecture begins to break and closing. I really benefited Alot from it. My knowledge on coding increase rapidly, on the subject of basic electronics. The practical season was wonderful, no one was left out, every body participated one way or the other.Jenny, 2019 TechCamp Participant
My experience at the tech camp program was superb, it made coding easy and interesting to do. It was a fun filled program and I would say that for every child or teen whose dream is to be a programmer, this is a must attend session. #ILoveTechCampTemitope, 2019 TechCamp Participant
Any child from age 8 and above most especially those with great enthusiasm towards technology and her applications.
Yes. The Robotics & Micro:Bit Program requires kits which are already included in the Fee. Participants are only required to come with a laptop.
We try as much as possible to accept kids and teens who show great enthusiasm towards technology and her applications. If you think your child is tech savvy, we may consider admission for him or her.
Yes. You will be required to come with your ward for an in-person interview. After the interview, we'll help choose a program that suits your ward.
The TechCamp will run for 5 weeks, Monday - Friday with Wednessdays for special classes were all participants are combined. From 9am - 1pm daily. There’s a break period of 1 hour each training day, from 11:00am to 12:00am.
Yes. Internet service will be provided to participants throughout the TechCamp. They will be under constant supervision by the TechCamp team to avoid abuse and unwanted exposure.
100 Effurun/Sapele Road,
Warri, Delta. Nigeria