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Nigerian startup Aceplora to equip 10,000 kids and young adults with high-demand tech skills

As part of efforts to boost information technology knowledge in the nation’s ICT ecosystem, Aceplora an Edutech company in Nigeria, has reiterated its commitment to providing training intended to help kids and young adults adequately prepare to benefit from immense job opportunities in the global tech space. 

A statement by the company’s Chief Executive Officer, Mrs. Maureen Ani, affirmed that Aceplora will be providing training in high-demand tech skills like Coding, Robotics, 3D Printing and Modelling, AI, and game development, UI/UX design, and several other skills.

She explained that their primary aim is to ensure that learning coding and other tech skills become as simple as learning to read and write. “Acquiring tech skills as well as writing computer programs and codes are popularly known to be difficult, especially in this hemisphere of the globe, however, Aceplora’s curriculum and teaching methods have been skilfully developed by professionals in our partner institutions in the US and UK, with the objective of making coding as easy and fun as reading and writing.

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Aceplora employs a simple and personalized approach to learning, leveraging quality lesson plans from the best tutors to amplify each student’s learning ability the statement said.

This program will help kids discover the tech genius inside of them, build confidence quickly, and lay a good foundation that will carry the kids through basic school, university, and throughout their life-long learning journey. Above all, the Aceplora TechCamp will equip your child with today’s in-demand career tech skills.” 

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“It is therefore imperative that investments are made in education that will help young students be the best they can be, and in learning tech skills that prepare them for future jobs in various disciplines, thus making them citizens for the world of tomorrow who will think global and act local”

“We offer courses for kids and young adults, from ages 5 up to the young graduates. There are different classes for students of different age groups and competency levels. All our staff, our venues, equipment, and facilities are HSE compliant.” she stated.

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If you’re ready to launch your child’s tech and code learning journey but unsure of where to begin, the Aceplora tech camp takes away that burden of searching endlessly. They offer an expertly designed introduction to coding, robotics, game development, 3D printing, graphics design, artificial intelligence, drone operations, web development, android app development, augmented/virtual reality, and lots more.

This July, they are hosting a summer holiday tech camp for kids all over the world and in Nigeria. Classes will hold both online via their website and on-site in the city of Port Harcourt. 

There are two batches of the Aceplora 2022 Summer Holiday TechCamp, each batch runs for a duration of three weeks, Mondays to Fridays weekly. Batch-1 will run for 3 weeks starting from Monday the 18th of July 2022 to Friday the 5th of August, 2022. Batch-2 will run for 3 weeks starting from Monday the 8th of August 2022 to Friday the 26th of August, 2022. The daily sessions at Aceplora TechCamp are from 9 am-3pm Mondays to Fridays.

With an array of experienced, tech-savvy, and Google-certified instructors, a track record of excellent student outcomes, Aceplora TechCamp is an investment in your child’s future. Whether they’re 7, 19, or somewhere in between, you can expect a personalized learning experience that will guide your child as their STEM skills grow. You also the get opportunity to collaborate with a community of talented coders and innovators doing ground-breaking work globally. All the students develop real-world solutions with their capstone projects in 3 weeks, and they own their projects.

Milcah Lukhanyu
Milcah Lukhanyu
I cover tech news across Africa. Drop me an email at [email protected]

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