Spring Camp 2023 : Digital Learning Hub invites you to discover the tech world!
Techsense Team I 3:47 pm, 14th March
After the Summer Camp launch in August 2022, Digital Learning Hub (DLH) organizes the first edition of the Spring Camp, from April 4th to 6th, 2023. These three days of workshops offer uninitiated persons an introduction to various tech subjects: cybersecurity, coding and design thinking.
According to a Scots study¹, Luxembourg would be the 2nd city in the European Union to make a career in the technologies, information and communication field and also appears in the top 20 of the first world cities. Digital transformation concerns all sectors of the economy and companies that are entirely aware implement adapted technologies and infrastructures for years. This development is especially perceptible in Luxembourg, where 687 employments in tech are planned between 2023 and 2024.²
New horizons open up for several occupations in which it is important to educate ourselves: Helpdesk Support Technician, API developer, Cloud application developer, System Analyst, or even Software Engineer. According to the same survey, the Luxembourgish companies have high requirements to the candidates qualification level. To practice these professions, there’s no other option but specialize in a specific field in order to achieve a required profile by the job market. It is therefore essential to develop needed skills and know-how thanks to a fitting training.
An introduction to new tech jobs
The DLH Spring Camp aims to kindle interest for the in full growth area of technologies, information and communication. Through workshops that will take place from April 4th to 6th, 2023, experts of the Luxembourgish ecosystem will offer attendees a first glimpse to three important IT themes: cybersecurity, coding and design thinking. The purpose is to help attendees develop some basics and knowledge through practical and theoretical discoveries sessions, further peer exchange and above all, spend a moment in relaxed surroundings.
The programme stretches over three days:
Tuesday, April 4th: Cybersecurity
• 09:00am – 04:00pm: Cybersecurity for Non-tech, with Christophe Bianco
Wednesday, April 5th: Coding
• 09:00am – 04:00pm: Introduction to Python for Non-Programmers, with Salim Gomri
Thursday, April 6th: Design Thinking
Participants will be divided into 2 groups and follow these workshops at the same time:
• Scrum in a Nutshell (half-day), with Ralf Heiler
• Design Thinking Crash Course (half-day), with Koen Cloostermans-Huwaert
As a family edition, Spring Camp suggests this year activities for the whole family. Young people from 12 to 17 years will also be able to take part in workshops over the three days, in order to discover and familiarize themselves a little more with new technologies.
The program will be as follows :
Tuesday, April 4th:
• 09:00am – 04:00pm: Art & AI, with Scienteens Lab
Wednesday, April 5th and Thursday, April 6th:
• 09:00am – 04:00pm: Introduction to AI, with Workshop4Me
Another workshop is reserved for the smaller ones, aged 4 to 11. During the three days, they will engage in fun activities to further their logical thinking and learn coding with Kids Life Skills.
At the end of this third day, each participant – adults and young people – will receive their certification during a graduation ceremony, and will celebrate it with their peers.
Children will also receive a certification courtesy of Kids Life Skills, and celebrate with a party.
No specific knowledge is required to attend the Spring Camp, but the number of candidates for the classes is limited to 30 for adults and 15 for young people and children each. Registration is entirely free and includes breakfast and lunch.
The DLH Spring Camp is powered by the DLH and benefits from the support of The Dots.
People who want to take part in the DLH Spring Camp are invited to visit the event web page or directly contact email@example.com.
¹ Study carried out by the Scottish academy of digital skills CodeClan, 2022
² According to the "The qualifications of tomorrow in the field of ICT" study, conducted among 97 volunteer companies, FEDIL and ABBL, 2022
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