2019 Summer
CaMPS

The British Youth IT College are happy to announce our 2019 Summercamps. Now available for booking.

Featured Classes

Robot coding

Each week of our 2019 Summer Boot Camp will guide your child through some of the core concepts of robot coding that will compliment their performance academically and provide them with a solid base for higher education and future job prospects

Game Development

Has your child ever wondered how videogames are made? Ever found them asking how something that happened on their TV was even possible? Our Games Development classes might help answer some of those curiosities with game development and game engines just some of the topics.

Engineering

In our engaging and exciting Lego Engineering classes, your child will receive a unique kit filled with all sorts of goodies so by the time our 2019 Summer Boot Camp is over, your child will have gained valuable knowledge and understanding in scientific engineering.

Why a 2019 BYITC Summercamp?

Fun & Stress Free

Learn at a pace suited for your child in a relaxed enviroment

Academic Benefits

Boost performance in school with a headstart in Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics

Improves Teamwork

Work with fellow students to discover solutions to a wide range of tasks from Robotics to Game Development.

What Our Students say about US

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I like this club because I learn how to code websites with HTML, so when I am older I can have a job making games and I will be really proud of it.

Jas

I liked coming to the class, it is the first time I've joined classes like this and I would come back. I learned more about how computers work as well, I really enjoyed the course.

Aditi

I really enjoyed the coding as well as creating the game called space invaders. I twas really interesting learning new things.

Zahra

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I really enjoyed the coding as well as creating the game called space invaders. I twas really interesting learning new things.

Lee

Don't take our word for it

What Parents say about US

laura

Fergus has had a fabulous time at summer boot camp He has learned lots of new skills and made new friends. He is attending next week too.

Laura Towler, Summercamp 2018

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The kids really enjoyed playing games in class. They also had fun making the games. After they came back home, they always talk about the games and how much they like them. They would even have arguments on who was the best. Thanks to everyone who participated in this because they kids really enjoyed it.

Majed Al-Salman, Summercamp 2018

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My son really enjoyed the lessons and would love to come back more. Thanks to everyone hope to see you soon.

Ngonidzashe Shana, Summercamp 2018

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Ronak has joined classes from the beginning of the summer course. His interest in creating games is fantastic, he has developed great computer knowledge and he is great in creating various games and will attend full six weeks of the course. He loves the class a lot. Children have great time while doing the course. Definitely will recommend to friends!

Marta Gavane, Summercamp 2018

Kids Summer Computer Games Development Boot Camp Glasgow Course Schedule for Age 9 to 14 and 6 to 9

Computer Games Development (Unity, Unreal Engine, Game Maker etc), Robotics, Lego Engineering 

1st July to 5th July

Full week

Mon – Fri

9AM – 5PM

9-14 and 6-9

£249 per student

20%  early bird discount is available 

Computer Games Development (Unity, Unreal Engine, Game Maker etc), Robotics, Lego Engineering 

1st July to 3rd July

Short Course

Mon – Wed

10AM – 3PM

9-14 and 6-9

£95 per student

10% discount if booked by 5th June

Computer Games Development (Unity, Unreal Engine, Game Maker etc), Robotics, Lego Engineering 

8th July to 12th July

Full Week 

Mon – Fri

9AM – 5PM

9-14 and 6-9

£249 per student

20% early bird discount is available 

Computer Games Development (Unity, Unreal Engine, Game Maker etc), Robotics, Lego Engineering 

15th July to 19th July

Full Week 

Mon – Fri

9AM – 5PM

9-14 and 6-9

£249 per student

20% early bird discount is available 

Computer Games Development (Unity, Unreal Engine, Game Maker etc), Robotics, Lego Engineering 

15th July to 17th July

Short Course

Mon – Wed

10AM – 3PM

9-14 and 6-9

 

£95 per student

10% discount if booked by 5th June

Computer Games Development (Unity, Unreal Engine, Game Maker etc), Robotics, Lego Engineering 

22nd July to 26th July

Full week

Mon – Fri

9AM – 5PM

9-14 and 6-9

£249 per student

20%  early bird discount is available 

Computer Games Development (Unity, Unreal Engine, Game Maker etc), Robotics, Lego Engineering 

29th July to 2nd August

Full week

Mon – Fri

9AM – 5PM

9-14 and 6-9

£249 per student

20% early bird discount is available 

Computer Games Development (Unity, Unreal Engine, Game Maker etc), Robotics, Lego Engineering 

29th July to 31st July

Short Course

Mon – Wed

10AM – 3PM

9-14 and 6-9

£95 per student

10% discount if booked by 5th June 

Computer Games Development (Unity, Unreal Engine, Game Maker etc), Robotics, Lego Engineering 

5th August to 9th August 

Full Week

Mon – Fri

9AM – 5PM

9-14 and 6-9

£249 per student

20% early bird discount is available 

Computer Games Development (Unity, Unreal Engine, Game Maker etc), Robotics, Lego Engineering 

5th August to 7th August 

Short Course

Mon – Wed

10AM – 3PM

9-14 and 6-9

£95 per student

10% discount if booked by 5th June 

— £249 per student per week. – £49.80 OFF per week if booked for more than 2 weeks —

special offer | 20% off!!

£199.2 per student with early bird discount

*Early bird discount valid for bookings before 15th April 2019
Flexible days booking is also available  i.e. book for 3 or 4 days a week instead of 5 days 

Kids Summer Computer Games Development Boot Camp Glasgow Course Schedule for Age 6 to 9 and 9 to 14

2D Games Development using any of the games platform i.e. Unity, Unreal Engine, Stencyl, Game Maker etc.

  • Download and install programs
  • What is a game?
  • How are games made?
  • Understanding layout
  • Actors, backgrounds, scenes and sounds
  • Testing created games
  • Behaviours and events
  • Peer game testing

Multiplayer Games

  • Adding collectables
  • Drawing a score board
  • Connecting to a network
  • Playing multiplayer with other kids in the classroom

Introduction

  • What is a computer?
  • Operating systems
  • Files, folders and paths
  • File types
  • The PC
  • Windows versions
  • CPUs
  • Memory types
  • Components of a PC

Software

  • What is software?
  • Downloading software
  • Installing software
  • Uninstalling software
  • What can software do inside a computer?

Hardware

  • What is hardware?
  • Examples of hardware
  • Hardware vs software
  • Identifying input/output ports

The Internet

  • Browsers
  • Cookies
  • Search engines
  • Password security
  • Websites
  • URLs
  • Downloading using the internet

Other activities and projects with:

  • Robotics
  • Game Development
  • Mechanical & Lego Engineering

2D Games Development using any of the games platform i.e. Unity, Unreal Engine, Stencyl, Game Maker etc.

  • Download and install programs
  • What is a game?
  • How are games made?
  • Understanding layout
  • Actors, backgrounds, scenes and sounds
  • Testing created games
  • Behaviours and events
  • Peer game testing

Multiplayer Games

  • Adding collectables
  • Drawing a scoreboard
  • Connecting to a network
  • Playing multiplayer with other kids in the classroom

Open Office

  • Installing Open Office
  • Making a document
  • Customising headings and text
  • Alignments
  • Text effects

Excel Spreadsheets

  • Spreadsheet building
  • Rows and columns
  • Charts
  • Formulae

Basics of Programming

  • Different languages
  • Variables
  • Loops
  • Decisions
  • Functions

Other activities and projects with:

  • Robotics
  • Game Development
  • Mechanical & Lego Engineering

2D Games Development using any of the games platform i.e. Unity, Unreal Engine, Stencyl, Game Maker etc.

  • Download and install programs
  • What is a game?
  • How are games made?
  • Understanding layout
  • Actors, backgrounds, scenes and sounds
  • Testing created games
  • Behaviours and events
  • Peer game testing

Multiplayer Games

  • Adding collectables
  • Drawing a scoreboard
  • Connecting to a network
  • Playing multiplayer with other kids in the classroom

Customising PC’s

  • Changing the background
  • Screensavers
  • Shortcuts

Programming Concepts

  • Syntax of code
  • Loops
  • If-else constructs
  • Functions

Other activities and projects with:

  • Robotics
  • Game Development
  • Mechanical & Lego Engineering

2D Games Development using any of the games platform i.e. Unity, Unreal Engine, Stencyl, Game Maker etc.

  • Download and install programs
  • What is a game?
  • How are games made?
  • Understanding layout
  • Actors, backgrounds, scenes and sounds
  • Testing created games
  • Behaviours and events
  • Peer game testing

Multiplayer Games

  • Adding collectables
  • Drawing a scoreboard
  • Connecting to a network
  • Playing multiplayer with other kids in the classroom

Animation

  • Use pivot animator
  • Create players
  • Import sprites/models
  • Move players
  • Use frames and onion layers
  • Create motion of at least 30 seconds
  • Interactivity with players

Concepts of Coding

  • Python or C#
  • Variables
  • Loops
  • Decisions
  • Functions

Other activities and projects with:

  • Robotics
  • Game Development
  • Mechanical & Lego Engineering

2D Games Development using any of the games platform i.e. Unity, Unreal Engine, Stencyl, Game Maker etc.

  • Download and install programs
  • What is a game?
  • How are games made?
  • Understanding layout
  • Actors, backgrounds, scenes and sounds
  • Testing created games
  • Behaviours and events
  • Peer game testing

Multiplayer Games

  • Adding collectables
  • Drawing a scoreboard
  • Connecting to a network
  • Playing multiplayer with other kids in the classroom

Powerpoint

  • Creating a presentation
  • Animations
  • Images
  • Videos
  • Text effects
  • Showing a presentation as a slideshow

Programming Concepts

  • Syntax of code
  • Loops
  • If-else constructs
  • Functions

Other activities and projects with:

  • Robotics
  • Game Development
  • Mechanical & Lego Engineering

Animation

  • Use pivot animator
  • Create players
  • Import sprites/models
  • Move players
  • Use frames and onion layers
  • Create motion of at least 30 seconds
  • Interactivity with players

3D Games Development

  • Download and install program
  • Create a scene
  • Import characters
  • Add textures and layers
  • Important graphics created
  • Add logic and physics to game
  • Debug

Programming Concepts

  • Syntax of code
  • Loops
  • If-else constructs
  • Functions

Other activities and projects with:

  • Robotics
  • Game Development
  • Mechanical & Lego Engineering

Summer Boot Camp for Kids Glasgow Computing Syllabus for 6 to 9 years old

Introduction

  • What is a computer?
  • Operating systems
  • Files, folders and paths
  • File types
  • The PC
  • Windows versions
  • CPUs
  • Memory types
  • Components of a PC

Software

  • What is software?
  • Downloading software
  • Installing software
  • Uninstalling software
  • What can software do inside a computer?

2D Games Development using any of the games platform i.e. Unity, Unreal Engine, Stencyl, Game Maker etc.

  • Download and install programs
  • What is a game?
  • How are games made?
  • Understanding layout
  • Actors, backgrounds, scenes and sounds
  • Testing created games
  • Behaviours and events
  • Peer game testing

Other activities and projects with:

  • Robotics
  • Game Development
  • Mechanical & Lego Engineering

2D Games Development using any of the games platform i.e. Unity, Unreal Engine, Stencyl, Game Maker etc.

  • Download and install programs
  • What is a game?
  • How are games made?
  • Understanding layout
  • Actors, backgrounds, scenes and sounds
  • Testing created games
  • Behaviours and events
  • Peer game testing

The Internet

  • Browsers
  • Cookies
  • Search engines
  • Password security
  • Websites
  • URLs

Other activities and projects with:

  • Robotics
  • Game Development
  • Mechanical & Lego Engineering

Open Office

  • Installing Open Office
  • Making a document
  • Customising headings and text
  • Alignments
  • Text effects

2D Games Development using any of the games platform i.e. Unity, Unreal Engine, Stencyl, Game Maker etc.

  • Download and install programs
  • What is a game?
  • How are games made?
  • Understanding layout
  • Actors, backgrounds, scenes and sounds
  • Testing created games
  • Behaviours and events
  • Peer game testing

Other activities and projects with:

  • Robotics
  • Game Development
  • Mechanical & Lego Engineering

Powerpoint

  • Creating a presentation
  • Animations
  • Images
  • Videos
  • Text effects
  • Showing a presentation as a slideshow

2D Games Development using any of the games platform i.e. Unity, Unreal Engine, Stencyl, Game Maker etc.

  • Download and install programs
  • What is a game?
  • How are games made?
  • Understanding layout
  • Actors, backgrounds, scenes and sounds
  • Testing created games
  • Behaviours and events
  • Peer game testing

Other activities and projects with:

  • Robotics
  • Game Development
  • Mechanical & Lego Engineering

2D Games Development using any of the games platform i.e. Unity, Unreal Engine, Stencyl, Game Maker etc.

  • Download and install programs
  • What is a game?
  • How are games made?
  • Understanding layout
  • Actors, backgrounds, scenes and sounds
  • Testing created games
  • Behaviours and events
  • Peer game testing

Excel Spreadsheets

  • Spreadsheet building
  • Rows and columns
  • Charts
  • Formulae

Other activities and projects with:

  • Robotics
  • Game Development
  • Mechanical & Lego Engineering

2D Games Development

  • Download and install program
  • Create a scene
  • Import characters
  • Add textures and layers
  • Important graphics created
  • Add logic and physics to game
  • Debug
  • Animations based on various platforms

Other activities and projects with:

  • Robotics
  • Game Development
  • Mechanical & Lego Engineering

Lunch & Other requirements

  • Kids are required to bring their own meals and a water bottle for their lunchtime break.
  • Kids are advised to bring their own laptops to keep the programs they make and the software we install; however we have our own computers to allow them to create the programs and they can bring in a pen drive to save their work.
  • The  Kids Summer Computer Games Development Boot Camp Glasgow  start at 10am and finish at 3pm Monday to Wednesday

Deals for Computer Games Development Camp Glasgow & Early Bird Discount

SPECIAL OFFER | 20% OFF!!

£199.2 per student with early bird discount (Full Price-£249)

*Early bird discount valid for bookings before 15th April 2019
Flexible days booking is also available  i.e. book for 3 or 4 days a week instead of 5 days 

You can also bring your child early and pick them up later at the additional cost of £5 per hour. Feel free to send any enquiries regarding the Summer Boot Camp for kids Glasgow  through our website.

flexible dates

To allow you to base your child’s attendance at the Kids Summer Computer Games Development Boot Camp Glasgow around your summer holidays and other obligations, you can choose which weeks of the Boot Camp your child attends.

The course will run for 6 weeks in total with each week consisting of a different module and games. You can choose to register your child for as many weeks as you wish as each week is self-contained – there is no obligation for your child to attend for the whole 6 weeks or to attend only on consecutive weeks.

Still need convinced??

  • IT, software and computer services are the largest sector in the creative industry – in 2014, it was almost double the size of the second largest sector (advertising and marketing)
  • In 2016, 674,000 people were employed in jobs in the IT, software and computer services sub-sector
  • There is a high demand for IT graduates as there is a skills shortage to vacancy ratio of 43% amongst Science, Research, Engineering and Technology professionals
  • IT professionals are typically very well-paid, with those working in the science, technology and engineering sectors earning roughly 20% more than those in other sectors

Terms & Conditions

  • Please inform us if your child has any allergies or is on any medication.
  • For health and safety reasons, please do not bring any food containing nuts.
  • Once paid, money is non-refundable.
  • Some kids’ pictures will be used for social media, if you have any objections to this please let us know.
  • Once you have booked the classes, it will be your responsibility to remember what date and time the classes will take place as mentioned in the table below. We will not take any responsibility if you forget the class dates; however if you book through Eventbrite, this will send you a reminder about the event.
  • This will be parents duty to drop and pick up the kids from the centre, we will not be phoning to confirm if someone have not attended the class. A parent is supposed to notify us in case of absences.
  • Once kids are here and signed in then the child will be our responsibility until sign out.

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