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DKIT Computer Camps Summer 2018 - aka ReBOOT Camps (3 days)

When

Monday, June 25, 2018 12:00 AM to 12:00 AM

Details

All camps will run from 10am to 4pm each day in the PJ Carroll Building. There are different types of camps, taking into account the different experience of the participants and different depth to which topics are covered. 

The ReBOOT camp original is for 11-14 year old beginners with an interest in Computing, but very little experience. The BOOTed Camp is a step up from the ReBOOT, good if you return for a second year. 

The ReBOOT Comp-Sci Camp is a 3 day project camp for 15-17 year olds. It requires some experience and introduces the participants to a whole new world of thnking. The Advanced Comp-Sci Camp is a five day project camp for 15-17 year olds and adults. It doesn't require experience, but commitment. 

List of Camps: 
Camp 1 - 2-4th July - ReBOOT 
Camp 2 - 4-6th July - ReBOOT 
Camp 3 - 9-11th July - BOOTed 
Camp 4 - 11-13th July - BOOTed 
Camp 5 - 16-18th July - ReBOOT Comp-Sci 
Camp 6 - 18-20th July - ReBOOT Comp-Sci 
Camp 7 - 23-27th July - Advanced Comp-Sci 
Camp 8 - 25-27th June - Advanced Comp-Sci for Grown ups 
Camp 9 - 27-29th June - 3D Computer Animation 

See full details via Event Web Page - Click Here 

Address: Dublin Rd. Dundalk. Co. Louth 
Telephone: 042 937 0200 
Email: itlc@dkit.ie 
Website: www.dkit.ie


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Monday, July 23, 2018
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