Code summerclasses for children

Code Summer Classes for School children starts July

The Inaugural Edition of EmployMe Nigeria’s e-summer classes for teens in Lagos will take place during the summer holidays.

Parents often ask: ‘when should my child start to learn coding?’

The answer ideally should be between 9 – 11yrs, but with kids of nowadays, it should be once they can navigate daddy or mummy’s phones.

Schools in Nigeria are beginning to embrace tech-based learning, introducing computers, tablets and Apps for kids as early as age three. Toys are also taking a techy dimension helping toddlers understand early on, our technology driven world.

code kids

Kids should have basic IT training by age 8.

On the strength of these and to introduce teens whose school are yet to develop a full fledged IT unit, we are organizing the code summer classes for teens (aged 9 – 15) at our E-learning centre in Amuwo – Odofin LGA of Lagos State. The classes expected to last between 21 – 28 days will offer  five (5) key #TechSkills on introductory and basic levels. A platform to build a good foundation for participants as they grow into the next stage/classes for the new school calendar commencing in September.



 Courses of offer:

  • Web Design
  • Graphic Design
  • Computer Programming
  • 2D Cartoon Animation
  • Microsoft and Internet Essentials.

There will be mentioning sessions strong/team work on models, design and projects to encourage team work, bonding and knowledge exchange. Prizes and gift items with certificate of participation at the end of the training. Its promises to be a rewarding experience for participants as it will leave a lasting impression on them.

Forms are now available at:

EmployMe E-learning Centre  Amuwo – Odofin

01 – 2932996| 0708 555 6666 – call/whatsapp


code summer classes for kids

“Programming is a major part of our children’s future.

It’s not all about helping them get a job,it’s a

vital ingredient that will open door for them

in every facet of their adult life tomorrow”.

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