The most important factors on our computer camp are the exciting and stimulating programmes. We know that most students already have experience on PC’s and our programmes are based on this daily contact and designed for the areas that are most important to the students both at home, at school and also for games and hobbies.
ECDL: During a one week programme students can complete 1 or 2 modules of the European Computer Driving Licence and receive an internationally recognized certificate. The modules utilise the standard Windows programmes. The Advanced modules are more intense and delve further into special areas and programmes.
The ECDL programme is suitable for everyone from beginners to advanced. Students who want to complete the final examination will need an official ECDL-Skillscard (basic 74 CHF / advanced 40 CHF) and also an inspection fee per module (basic 40 CHF/advanced 70 CHF).
Basic certificate: To enrol on this programme students need little or no knowledge of Windows.
Advanced certificate: To enrol on this programme students should have completed at least two ECDL modules or have very good office knowledge.
Office Fun: Microsoft Office, which is installed on most PCs, not only allows students to work effectively, but can also be utilised for creative and fun projects, such as making posters, picture histories, subject sheets or even Games!
This programme is for beginners to those who have intermediate Office skills. This programme allows students to develop skills on Word, Excel and the internet as well as learning about the organizational functions of Windows.
Junior campers can also prepare for the ECDL using the E-Junior E-Learning program which can be acquired at the camp and which can also be used at home.
Scratch: This programme is an exciting way to learn the secrets of game programming in a short space of time.
Scratch offers the ideal environment to learn how to programme your own games with the aim of programming your own game by the end of the course.