We believe every African Child should know how to program a computer.
- TechQuest Camps
- TechQuest Clubs
- Virtual Labs Roll-Out Programs
- TQ Kids-To-Work Programs (KTW)
Our trainers are experienced programmers who have been working with kids for a long time. They are equipped with a world class curriculum that is at par with their peers all over the world’s leading STEM providers.
TechQuest Camps provide STEM education in a structured environment while making sure that kids make good use of their holidays. Upon successful completion of our coding programs, the kids receive a certificate of completion.
Assume you have a box containing 100 balls, of which 49 have the letter “M” engraved on them, and the remaining 51 have F engraved on them. These balls are shuffled and a random individual is asked to pick out 10 balls. If the individual pulls out 8 “M”s and 2 “F”s for 5 consecutive […]
The Nigerian education system is failing our kids by not preparing them adequately for the workplace of the future. The world is evolving very fast, and technology continues to shape business models across all sectors, creating new jobs and disposing of old ones at great pace. However, the monolithic, underfunded education curriculum and training systems […]
TechQuest deployed E- Learning Centers on behalf of Exxon Mobil in 9 public primary schools in across Nigeria. The project was envisioned and implemented as a Community Assistance Program on behalf of the Erha North Phase 2 Umbilical Project. The project design leveraged cutting edge virtualization (thin client) technology integrated to a high end server […]
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“TechQuest is creating the next generation of problem solvers using Technology, by introducing these kids to programming using the building blocks”
TechQuest equips the kids with abilities to build interesting animations, awesome games, interactive websites and engaging apps using tools such HTML5, Scratch and the Raspberry Pi and other online resources.
Chiamaka – iamafripreneur
“TechQuest teaches relevant technology skills to children, ages 6 – 16, hence adequately equipping them with necessary skills and preparing them for future entrepreneurial challenges”.