It’s Lifelong Learning Week across Greater Manchester this week and MadLab is participating. We’re hosting an online digital skills workshop for beginners with little or no previous experience – using functional programming (we’ll explain what that is) to make a Rock, Paper, Scissors game, then having a chat about digital careers.
Are you passionate about making a real difference in your local community? Do you have innovative ideas and a drive to solve pressing issues? If so, we invite you to be a part of our exciting Community Hackathon, where your creativity and problem-solving skills can create innovative approaches to creating a safer, more sustainable and inclusive future!
Resident of Greater Manchester, aged between 18 and 30? Curious about building web apps but never taken the plunge? This is the course for you! MadLab is running a FREE beginners’ coding course this summer, starting on the 13th July and running for three weeks, every Wednesday and Thursday (in-person).
Would you like to enhance your digital skills? MadLab has a number of FREE digital skills training courses available for residents in Greater Manchester.
Fancy learning to code? MadLab has a number of free coding training opportunities coming up in Stockport. Register your interest now!
Stockport resident, aged between 18 and 30? Curious about building web apps but never taken the plunge? This is the course for you! MadLab is running a FREE beginners’ coding course this spring, starting on 29th March and running for five weeks, every Wednesday (in-person) and Thursday (online).
We are working with Stockport Council to deliver the Stockport Creative Campus – a three-year town centre reinvigoration and digital arts development programme, funded by DCMS and Arts Council England's Cultural Development Fund. The project is one of seven selected nationally, receiving a share of £24m "to improve growth, productivity, and regenerate communities".
MadLab is partnering with UWE Bristol to continue their research towards developing a stronger, more resilient creative economy; we're inviting businesses to contribute.
The Making Spaces project team at UCL have released their new Springboard Series of publications aimed at makerspace practitioners and policy-makers.
We’re looking for a Lead Instructor to join our team and deliver new training programme Shift Click.