Let the coding begin…

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Are you ready for some coding fun? Learn how to create animations like dancing animals or how some of your favourite computer games are made with The KZN Science Centre and SAP during Africa Code Week 2015.

Why is coding important ?

We live in the information technology age where people of all ages interact with digital equipment of some kind in their daily lives.
During Africa Code Week the KZN Science Centre team will be showcasing exciting and creative coding workshops for learners and public during the holiday period in October. These exciting and innovative workshops will utilize the Scratch coding software which is suitable for all ages and computing capacities.

The learners and public will be provided with the opportunity to enhance their skills and knowledge of coding under the supervision of our dynamic team. We will be enlightening learners about the amazing careers and possibilities that are available in the world of Computer Science and Information Technology.

The KZNSC team hopes to see you and your family at one of our Africa Code Week events to be held from 6 – 10 October 2015.

You can catch us at the following ICT Centres:

- INK Protec (Inanda): 6 – 7 October 2015
- Tongaat Protec: 7 – 8 October 2015
- Stanger Protec (KwaDukuza): 9 October 2015

For more information about Africa Code Week and how you can get involved contact The KZN Science Centre on 031 830 5379 or email us at education@kznsc.org or alternatively learn more about coding on http://www.africacodeweek.org/

Let the coding begin!

The KZN Science Centre, a Non-Profit Organization (NPO #064-359-NPO), offers a great variety of educational and event facilities for the promotion and awareness of science. Through a variety of exhibits, workshops, themed holiday programmes, events, presentations and conferences, The KZN Science Centre aims to encourage science education amongst all citizens and in particular the youth, in order to pursue science and technology related professions. As a registered non-profit organization, all funds received by The KZN Science Centre directly support its educational programmes and exhibits.

Those who wish to become part of The KZN Science Centre’s online community are encouraged to ‘Like’ KZN ScienCentre on Facebook, follow @KZNScienCentre on Twitter, or visit the KZN Science Centre website at www.kznsc.org .As a registered non-profit organization, all funds received by the KZN Science Centre directly support its educational programmes and exhibits. For further enquiries contact 031-830 5379.

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