More Coding Programs and Workshops

Want even more coding and technology?

Listed below are some other workshops, programs and classes available to Brisbane kids. Please note, none of the below organisations are affiliated with CoderDojo Brisbane. For more information on any of the below programs and workshops, please contact the organisation directly.

Magik Hack 2: Learn to Code in Minecraft

Magik Hack 2 takes place this Saturday, 17 September from 9am - 4pm at Cisco, Level 5, 340 Adelaide St, Brisbane. Tickets are available online.

Magik Hack is a one-day event around the Magikcraft platform. Magikcraft teaches coding in Minecraft through narrative gameplay.

In Magikcraft, kids (of all ages) learn to code by “casting spells” in Minecraft. Magik is “a power that enables people to do impossible things by saying special words” – also an accurate description of computer programming.

Magikcraft users write small JavaScript programs that run in Minecraft, producing immediate and dramatic effects, such as flying, teleporting, shooting lightning, or becoming invisible.

CoderDojo ninjas can use the promotional code CODERDOJO to receive a 50 per cent discount off the ticket price for this event.

Brisbane City Council Libraries

BNETechKids are a series of free robotics, electronics and coding workshops for kids and they require no previous experience. Bookings are essential. For more information about upcoming BNETechKids sessions at Brisbane Libraries, visit the Brisbane City Council Libraries website.

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Coding Kids

Coding Kids runs after-school coding clubs and school holiday code camps around Brisbane and Ipswich. At Coding Kids, children build their own computer games, animation and digital art. Children build games such as Pac-Man, Tetris, and Flappy Bird. Coding Kids provides fun, wholesome, productive activities outside and during school hours and during school holidays.
Children have fun by creating games and digital inventions, programming robots and multimedia projects and in the process they learn how to produce technology. By developing computer games, children learn algorithmic thinking, logic, problem solving, maths, computer programming concepts, graphic design and user experience. Digital literacy, that is technology creation not just technology consumption, is as vital as traditional literacy and numeracy.
Listen to Coding Kids creator Emily de la Pena talk to David Iliffe on 612 ABC Radio Brisbane on the importance of learning to code.
Enrol online: http://www.codingkids.com.au/
For enquiries, contact Emily on: 0449 162 677 or hello@codingkids.com.au

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Junior Engineers

Junior Engineers is an after-school program teaching children software programming in a fun and entertaining way.
Junior Engineers courses develop children’s mathematical and problem-solving skills through software programming. Students start at an introductory level and progress towards more sophisticated programming through challenges that are adjusted to individual pace. Junior Engineers runs programs in primary schools and high schools across Brisbane, Queensland, Victoria and NSW. We teach in around 50 schools around Australia.
Junior Engineers programs are suitable for all kids from Year 3 to Year 10. For more information, please contact admin@jnrengineers.com or check out the website.

**Please mention CoderDojo to have your Junior Engineers registration fee waived**

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Code Club

Code Club Australia is a nationwide network of free, volunteer-led, after-school coding clubs for children aged 8-12. We provide a free curriculum for our volunteers to teach at our clubs. Code Clubs operate out of local primary schools or other venues, such as libraries, for approximately an hour a week. We have numerous clubs based in Brisbane and regional Queensland. You can find a club near you be checking out the Code Club website and scrolling down and zooming in on your area. Code Club is about fun, creativity, and learning through exploring. Join a Code Club today!

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Coder Kidz

The ability to code is one of the most versatile skills in our society. Coder Kidz delivers workshops for children and teenagers from 7-17 in a wide range of exciting topics including Robotics, Graphic and 3D design, Web Development and Game Development. Students will leave the workshops with a detailed understanding of the topics covered, and skills that will assist them in creating their own awesome projects and finding employment in some of the most exciting fields in the world. Check out the website for upcoming sessions .

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