CoderDojo school holiday workshop with 3D Printing and Tinkercad!

CoderDojo Brisbane is excited to announce our next school holiday workshop, led by Professor Marek Kowalkiewicz. Marek is a professor at the Queensland University of Technology and the PwC Chair in Digital Economy and brings to the CoderDojo program a wealth of knowledge on digital technologies and innovation.

The workshop will see eager young ninjas explore 3D printing and Tinkercad, an easy, browser-based 3D modelling and design tool. Please make sure you have set up a free Tinkercad account prior to the workshop.

Registrations for this event will open at Wednesday 14 September at 10am on the CoderDojo events page. Places will be allocated on a first in, first served basis. Due to popularity of school holiday workshops, it is anticipated that all places will be taken soon after registrations open. Parents should be online when registrations open if they wish to secure a place.

As with all CoderDojo sessions, ninjas will be required to bring their own laptop and wear their CoderDojo t-shirt. If you are new to the program or need a different t-shirt size, there will be a place to request this on the registration form. Parents must remain in the library for the duration of the session.

There will be a professional photographer and possibly a film crew capturing moments from the day and all ninjas will need a parent/guardian to complete a Talent Release Form on the day. If you do not want your child to be photographed, please advise the CoderDojo mentors when you arrive at the library.

We hope to see your ninja at this exciting workshop and look forward to exploring 3D printing and modelling!

Date: Saturday 24 September
Time: 10am-midday
Location: Wynnum Library, 145 Florence St, Wynnum

Please email if you have any questions regarding this workshop and registrations.

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