Apple Intros EU Code Week
Apple will offer over 2,000 free coding sessions during EU Code Week, running October 6-21, with at least one free session every day in every Apple store throughout Europe. Coding sessions are open to all, and are designed to inspire and help people of all ages and skill levels learn to code with hands-on interactive experiences. Sessions include How To: Get Started with Coding, Teacher Tuesdays: App Design & Coding Basics and Kids Hour: Sphero Maze Challenge.
year-round coding sessions as part of the Today at Apple programme, at
which people can learn to code with Swift, Apple’s powerful and
intuitive modern programming language. Over 75,000 attendees have taken
part in more than 14,000 coding sessions at Apple stores across Europe
in the past year.
Today, there are now hundreds of institutions in Europe teaching Apple’s Everyone Can Code curriculum with Swift. Launched in 2016, the free immersive programme is designed to make coding easy and enjoyable for students, with lessons, teacher guides and apps for educators to teach coding in the classroom. Everyone Can Code joins Apple’s new Everyone Can Create initiative as one-of-a-kind programmes for teachers that keep students excited and engaged.
interacting with iPads in their classroom.
Colleges and vocational
programmes across Europe offer the more advanced App Development with
Swift, which gives students the tools to create their own apps and learn
important skills for today’s software jobs. Students can also now
validate their skills through the App Development with Swift
Certification — a new academic certification that measures aspiring app
developers’ ability to programme with Swift after completing a year-long