How to dive into computer theory

Go digital!

by Ilse Romahn

(May 25, 2018) From June 25th to 29th, students can immerse themselves in the digital world of IT professions with the Summer School at Provadis

What dangers lurk in the network, what does a computer look like from the inside and which IT profession actually suits me? These and other exciting questions will be answered in the “Go digital!” Summer School: A total of 16 students aged 14 or 15 can dive into the world of digitization at the new holiday camp together with experienced instructors from Provadis and employees from Accenture. Contrary to what you might assume, the curious teenagers in this course by no means expect just gray computer theory, but, in addition to games and fun, real IT practical experience - just like the adults!

Participate and get to know the world of tomorrow

The summer school will take place on the Provadis campus from June 25 to 29, 2018 - Monday to Thursday from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., on Friday from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. The course in the first week of summer vacation is limited to 16 students. Provadis has state-of-the-art training laboratories and well-equipped training workshops in the Höchst Industrial Park, one of the largest research and production sites in the chemical and pharmaceutical industry in Europe. As the largest training and further education company in Hesse, Provadis offers around 400 training positions per year.

Do what real computer specialists do? No problem with the Summer School: Here the basics of programming and code writing are learned and even a real app is developed.

A week full of fun & experiences 4.0

The weekly schedule for the Summer School "Go digital!" 2018 is divided into five subject areas:

Day - check-in
Getting to know each other and team building
What is digitization?
Competence analysis

Day - Get Started
Digital technologies
Coding and the cloud

Day - Go Digital
Exercise training
Programming with Calliope

Tag - Legal - Illegal
Hackers and Cybersecurity
App development

Tag - digital team players
chances and risks
Review and feedback


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