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Swift Kids

Swift Kids  

  • Type:
    Day camp, After-school / weekend classes
  • Focus:
    Programming (multi)
  • Cost:
  • Ages:
    11 to 18
  • Gender:
  • Main language:
  • Capacity:
    8 to 10
  • Programs:
    0 available; 2 TBD
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  • Summary Profile

    About Swift Kids

    Whether your child has ambitions to be a programmer or is just curious about technology itself, they need a forum to explore ideas. Our goal is to foster a community of young app developers, enabling them to thrive in this era of digital creativity. Our courses balance hard and soft skills that can be applied to real world challenges in and outside of programming.
    • Special needs: Not available

  • Programs, Rates & Dates

    Programs and Sessions Calendar

    Choose the right programs and sessions for your child; Swift Kids currently has 0 program available; 2 TBD.

    Filter activities :

    Virtual program
    Ages: 16 - 18
    Programming (multi)
    Virtual Program,
    Date TBDCost TBD
    Gaming|Technology|Video Game Development|Web Development
    Virtual program
    Ages: 11 - 15
    Programming (multi)
    Virtual Program,
    Date TBDCost TBD
    micro:bit|Technology|Video Game Design|Video Game Development|Engineering|STEAM|STEM

  • Insider Reviews & Perspectives

    User reviews of Swift Kids

    Brendan is awesome
    K. K. (Camper)

    It was a pleasure to be able to be mentored by Brendan. Aside from his teaching expertise and genuine love of programming, he went above and beyond to provide additional resources and engaging lessons that I'd always look forward to ... Read More

    Loved the classes
    M. B. (Camper)

    "I really loved the classes. They gave me something to look forward to, and I never say no to a challenge!"

    My son is now following in my footsteps!
    F. S. (Parent)

    My son who is in high school wants to be a software developer like me, his Dad. However, because of my busy schedule, as well as running errands for the home, over time I found it difficult to work with him to give him the start he needed to start learning how to code. While he definitely had the passion from seeing products I had been working on, my son was still intimidated by code like most people, and was afraid to get his hands dirty. It's much easier to use an app, or play a game, than actually build one. This is where SwiftKids came to the rescue. Brendan provided a program that not only provided live instruction for students interested in learning Swift (the main language to build iOS apps), but his class sizes were small, which allowed my son to get the one-on-one attention necessary to get the quality learning experience I had hoped for. Brendan was able to build a good introductory foundation in Swift programming that gave my son not only the confidence to want to continue learning more, but has also started working on his own project. I am very happy that such a program was available during the pandemic, which allowed my son to utilize his free time to become more productive. My wife and I are very pleased with the results of this program, and look forward to enrolling my son in subsequent courses that will be offered to build upon the fundamentals that he now has under his belt ... Read More

  • What's New

    Director's Message

    Brendan Miller, Instructor

    Swift Kids is an organization with the goal of enriching kids lives and preparing them for the future. Demystifying the complexities of technology, we guide them through the fundamentals of programming, while teaching them skills they can use in and outside of programming.

    Our vision: To strengthen a community of young app developers, empowering them to thrive in an era of digital creativity.

    Our mission: Inspire and educate youth across all communities by creating an environment that fosters the ability to code together, using unique and interactive real world techniques.

    About the instructor: Brendan Miller has taught coding on behalf of Apple and Hackergal to a wide variety of audiences including middle school students, grad students, and teachers. He is an IT professional with over 20 years of experience in the Education Sector and an organizer of SwiftTO, Canada’s foremost conference dedicated to the Swift programming language. He also manages NSCoderTO, Toronto’s largest user group for iOS and macOS developers.

    His hobbies include playing Dungeons and Dragons, chess, skateboarding with his daughter, and exploring the outdoors.

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