British Youth International College


Kids Regular Weekly Classes

Kids Weekly Computer Coding Classes – 9 to 14 Years old

We are pleased to offer Kids Weekly Computer Coding Classes – 9 to 14 Years old  which run alongside the school terms, in 4 blocks of 12 Weeks each. The classes are expected to start on the 7th and 8th January 2022 beginning with block 1.Dates and Times

The dates and times of our Weekly Computer Coding Classes – 9 to 14 Years old  are shown below. Please contact us or call us on 0141 946 3699 if you are interested in booking a place or if you need extra information about what programs and software we will be using.

We also offer a FREE trial class, which lasts for one hour and is designed to let you and your children get a feel of the work and the environment at our centre. Payments could be made after the trial class and are non-refundable.

Summer Boot Camps

2022 Classes

Here are the featured classes for the 2022 UK Summer Games Dev Boot Camp. If you want more info about the classes or want to learn more about our Summer camp then please click the links below.

Each week will guide your child through key principles and important concepts that will help them understand each class and set them on the road to better career prospects.

Teaches children as young as 9 the basics of computer programming
As children gain more and more confidence they can go on to more ‘unlockable’ advanced tasks

Create an educational game designed to be played with parents or an older sibling
Teaches skills required by the new National Curriculum

Easter Boot Camps

Computer Games Development Easter Boot Camp UK

We at British Youth International College are happy to offer a three day games development boot camp for kids over the Easter holidays, for those who are looking to learn Introductory Computer Game Design and Development and making a 2D and 3D game. The children will learn about Python programming and python command line game development to create 2D games in the console, and then learn about creating 3D games using Unreal Engine 4 which is a popular game engine used to create popular console and PC games.

By the end of the three day boot camp they will have a working 2D game which they can show off to their friends and family at home. We use up to date game development tool kits including Unreal Engine 4, meaning kids, while putting coding into practice, will be able to use their imaginations and build a functional game in just three days with only beginners knowledge. We also teach kids how to create command line based games using Python such as TicTacToe.


Summer Boot Camps

Kids Learn how to build their own Gaming PC in Glasgow aged 8 – 18

First time Kids Learn how to build their own Gaming PC in Glasgow Due to high demand. Learn hardware engineering skills at early age. Have Fun and learn how to repair and assemble your own PC for under £500.

Date and Time – Sunday – 12th August 10 to 3pm.
Cost – £100 ( 50% early bird discount available)

First of all an Introduction to Kids Learn how to build their own Gaming PC in Glasgow specifies describing the tasks and procedures involved in building a Gaming PC and installing the software.

Health and Safety
Create awareness of the safety techniques in involved when building a gaming PC to keep the user free from harm and protect the delicate electrical components.


Cyber Security Seminar By 12 Years Old

Cyber Security Seminar for Kids in UK

Dhruv Maheshwari is a 12-year-old Cyber Security Certified lad and the youngest such certified chap in Scotland.

His series of cyber security and IT videos can be viewed on the British Youth International College YouTube channel. Here is a link for his videos on cyber security:

In his upcoming seminar on 25th Feb 2018 from 2 to 4pm @Community Central Hall in Mayhill, Maheshwari will be discussing aspects of the following topics

  • Using strong passwords for email and social media accounts
  • Staying safe from spyware threats using specific security solutions
  • Keeping operating systems and computer applications up-to-date
  • Using standard user accounts in Windows
  • UAC (user account control) best practices
  • Using a secure browser when online
  • Public and free wi-fi trust issues