In today’s digital world parents and educators have been waking up to the reality that coding is important. Currently computing is involved in all aspects of our lives, the world is dominated by technology and software is its language. The future belongs to those who understand software and they use it as creators and innovators to shape the world. Bill Gates attributed his success to the exposure to coding as a teenager. There is a need to equip children with digital literacy skills as early as possible. Every child needs to know the basics to excel in our rapidly changing world.
EldoHub through IT kids and teens program provide trainings to children and teenagers to Learn to code with an aim of preparing them for the fast and new world of modern technology. They will develop programs around the web, mobile and graphic design.
Weekend sessions runs between 9am and 12 noon, twice in a month on every Saturday
School Holiday Camps runs in April, August and December offered between 9am and 3pm from Monday to Saturday for one or two weeks depending on the program one selects. We also have programs tailored for schools where we offer a customized training in various schools depending on their school program.
August IT Kids and Teens Bootcamp
Kevin Barasa taking them through Game development using mit scratch.
Parenting in the Age of digital Technology Workshop
After the BootCamp we also create awareness to parents of the risk of net exposure to children.
Children could be speaking to someone who is not who they seem, they could be being bullied.Children could be receiving bad advice from others or strangers. As long as we are online we are vulnerable, children are targets of online threats as they are often trusting and eager to make friends. It is important to train them on how to protect themselves online. EldoHub as an organization dealing in the technology space has taken up the role of empowering and training them with an aim of protecting children, because we take child online protection very seriously. We also train parents and care givers to learn how to protect themselves and the children online.