STEP IT Academy | We have been learning since 1999. High-quality IT-education for adults and children. We prepare programmers, designers and system engineers who cannot be replaced by artificial intelligence. In order to achieve this, we teach how to understand tasks, run projects and work in a team, in addition to core knowledge.

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With IT STEP Academy, your child will be in the world of the technology of the future. He will have fun and enjoy the holidays: with the help of 3D and animation, he will play the role of space engineer and will perform a test launch of the spacecraft, assemble and program his own army of EV3 robots and will discover in the fight, whose artificial intelligence will be stronger, and will learn to draw super heroes in the style of Art Pixel and will create his own platform of game by carrying out adventures. Well, and that's not all!

Our programs are designed for children who:

like to play computer games and want to learn how to create their own game characters
dream to create 3D models and print them on a real 3D printer
like to build LEGO Mindstorms and assemble their combat robot to organize a real battle of robots
want to give life to their fantasies by creating their own virtual worlds
know the major bloggers and want to shoot popular videos on YouTube
Benefits

Benefits of IT vacations at IT STEP Academy:

Knowledge and skills for the future
Personalized approach to learning
Technologies and gadgets
Only practical lessons
Experienced camp teachers and instructors
Security and comfort
Communication and new friends
Forms of Studies

Forms of Studies

December Computer Camp

600 CHF per week / 150 CHF per day

DATES: 16 December - 20 December.

 

Recommended Age: from 5 to 7.
Topic: Robotics & Game Development.
Description: During morning activities, young students will experience robotics with LEGO WeDo and will construct and code LEGO Mindstorms robots, in the afternoon - coding and game development with Code.org, Scratch Junior, design their pixel art hero and create a virtual 3D-world in Kodu GameLab.
Final Projects: LEGO Mindstorms Robotic Challenge and Game on Scratch. 

 

Recommended Age: from 7 to 9.
Topic: Robotics & Game Development.
Description: The middle age group will start straight from LEGO Mindstorms robotics, do funny algorithmic projects with Micro:bit microcontroller and advance their coding skills with Makeblock robots. Scratch3 and Construct2 (used by professionals to create arcade games) will be used for game development.
Final Projects: MBot Robotic Challenge and Game on Construct2. 

 

Recommended Age: from 10 to 13.
Topic: Unreal Gaming with UE4.
Description: The senior age group will learn the basic features of Unreal Engine 4, game development software that was used for creation of Fortnite, PUBG, Mass Effect, Bioshock and Borderlands. Students will acquire basic skills of modeling and working with 3D-objects for gaming. Learn how to create UI interfaces. Master the principles of working with materials and textures. Learn to work with a visual programming tool.
Final Projects: 2D-Platformer and 3D-RPG Games on Unreal Engine 4. 

English / French

5 days

5-13 years old

from 9:00 to 18:00

February Computer Camp

Pre-inscription: 100 CHF

Pre-inscription available for 100 CHF.
 

WEEK 1: FEBRUARY 10-14.

Age group from 5 to 7 years: Robotics and game development.
Age Group 7 to 9: Robotics & Cinema.
Age group 10 to 13 years: Advanced Robotics and FutureTech.

English / French

5 days

5-13 years old

from 9:00 to 18:00

10-17: Junior Business Academy
10 - 17 years
5-13: Spring & Summer Camps
5 - 13 years
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No burden of the educational process, on the contrary it is a complete rest full of activities and very different tasks. The program gives the opportunity to try various directions and your child can choose a new favorite hobby. Holidays are a time of experimentation, searching for new impressions and discovering talents.
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