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Skills Hub Digital Week


City Library, Newcastle

Are you aged 16—24 and considering a career in the digital and creative sector? Join us in our Skills Hub Digital Week, where you can take part in a range of fun and interactive employer-led digital activities.

During the week you can try your hand at:

  • Experience VR and AR with hedgehog lab on 3 July at 10:30am—12:30pm
  • Let’s make a website with PNE Enterprise on 3 July at 11am—1pm
  • Micro:bit Programming with Opencast Software on 3 July at 2pm—4pm
  • Working in the Creative Industries with Everything Different on 4 July at 3pm—4pm
  • Swift Programming with Apple on 5 July at 10am—11:30am and 2pm—3:30pm
  • Experience 3D and virtual reality first-hand with Bede Gaming on 6 July at 3pm—4pm
  • Digital Design with Raw Digital on 7 July at 12:30pm—1:30pm
  • Team building with Generator on 7 July at 11am-12pm and 12pm-1pm

To find out more information and to book for any of the above workshops, please click here.


Event Details

City Library, Newcastle
33 New Bridge St W
Newcastle upon Tyne


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