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The Algora-Metz school trains children, adolescents and adults in programming.
It is located in the premises of LLTI in Norroy-le-Veneur, ten minutes from Metz.

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The objective of the Algora-Metz school is to train children and adolescents in digital technology, with the aim of acquiring essential skills for the future. Thanks to a playful, creative and concrete approach, the child learns to code.

For this, he builds a robot and the program according to what he wants to see it achieve. The speed of construction is amazing and the use, adaptable to all ages.

There are several courses:

- discovery workshops for the little ones

- internships to discover the programming

- a course for children aged 6 to 9 , adapting to their cognitive development and combining 3D puzzles, robotics and robot programming

- a course for children aged 10 to 14 over 3 years, specially designed for college students.


Adults (from 15 years old) can also learn coding and learn to program robots in Python.

On the one hand, it is a skill sought after in the world of work. On the other hand, it also allows you to better understand everyday technologies.

The programming course for adults “Understanding the digital revolution”, takes place over 2 years and includes 40 lessons of 2 hours.

Whether you are a novice or a professional, all profiles are accepted.

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