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Children Innovation and Creativity Workshop, Port-Harcourt

In this 21st century, Creativity, Innovation, Critical thinking and Team-sprit are the essential skills that children would need to compete in an upredicatable world. Education within the walls of the classroom alone may not provide these nessesary skill set.

We understand that children are very creative, and the love to play. Therefore, we have created the CIC workshop this Easter holiday to challenge critical and creative thinking through hands-on activities and play for Children and young teenagers while preparing them for future jobs:

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Workshop Activities:

  • Craft works and building with Lego and K’next kits
  • Robotics and Software Engineering
  • Machine design and electronics with Elenco kits
  • Hands-on Projects
  • Competitions and Games
  • Children Leadership and Entrepreneurship Sessions .
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Date : 3rd- 13th April, 2018 (Monday-Friday)

  • Time: 10- 1pm daily
  • Venue1: 50 Tombia Road GRA by Genesis Cenima Portharcourt ( Ecole Cheerywood)
  • Venue 2: 1 Tende avenue, Off Sasun Roundabout , Off Peter Odili Road (Sheerwood Int’l School)
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Payment Information

Fee: N9,000: 00 Per Child.

  • Account Name : Young Engineers Edutainment Ltd
  • Account No: 1771435184
  • Bank : Skye Bank Plc

Contact:

Ajadi: 08183654560

Allison: 08085608359

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