Our Vision

We believe every African Child should know how to program a computer.

Our Programs

  • TechQuest Camps
  • TechQuest Clubs
  • Virtual Labs Roll-Out Programs
  • TQ Kids-To-Work Programs (KTW)

Our Trainers

Our trainers are experienced programmers who have been working with kids for a long time, they are equipped with world class curriculum that is at par with their peers across the world’s leading STEM providers.

Certification

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.

YOU CAN LEARN

This is the basis of all website, web apps and a popular choice for creating mobile apps for iOS and Android. After a kid has learnt scratch, it is the next step into beginning real coding, before moving to CSS and Javascript.

Raspberry Pi is a precious tool for kids that can be used as a great introduction to the world of programming and coding. Just from plugging Raspberry Pi into their computer, children can learn a lot about coding. Starting, this way, to walk through an exciting path of knowledge and challenges.

Robotics helps the kids to learn STEM through playful meaningful experience. The kids typically design and build this robots through imagination and playful but coordinated exploration.

Scratch is a visual drag and drop programming language built by some smart folks in MIT. It is the best tool to introduce a kid to programming. It has a beautiful drag and drop interface which the kids are definitely going to find appealing and fun, and in the process, learn the basic concepts of programming thus opening their mind, imagination and intellectual capacity.

The weekend classes are

avenues for your kids to

harness their basic

knowledge of computer

programming and become

intermediate and advanced

developers .

 

Features

 Ages: 8-16years

Available courses: Advanced web design, robotics, scratch and raspberry PI

Content: Advanced STEM learning and skills

Class delivery: Interactive and impactful hands-on practical class

Date: Saturday 23rd September to Saturday 9th December

Time: 12noon-3pm

Location: TechQuest training centre, 1a Captain Olajide George street off Admiralty way, Lekki phase way

Cost: N70,000 per child

Please note that the students are expected to come in with their laptops as this is a practical class, projects and assignments will be given for further development and learning at home.

Sign up your kids for our three months hands-on weekend STEM classes for advanced learning.

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TechQuest Club

 Weekend Classes Registration

Payment Details

Bank Payment:
TQ Technology Resources
Diamond Bank: 0066944642

Our STEM Campus

The TechQuest campus has a state of the art educational facilities, tools and great support system to aid learning and conducive environment for your kids.

Note: TechQuest Camp does not currently offer accommodation during its summer camp training

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TECHQUEST ACHIEVEMENTS

Here you can review some statistics about our Programming Classes

Classes complete
Kids Enrolled
Certified teachers

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