Scratch Programming | WSQ Courses

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Scratch is a visual programming language. Developed by students at MIT, Scratch allows users to create web animations, games, and interactive stories, all without a single line of code. Originally intended for kids ages 8–16, Scratch’s web-based platform is ideal for educators who want to incorporate programming in the classroom, and adult students who want to learn a visual language before progressing to code. The trainer will show how to use Scratch to create simple web projects and teach yourself basic programming concepts along the way.

Course Highlights

  • What is Scratch?
  • Creating your first project
  • Choosing a backdrop for your application
  • Creating sprites (reusable graphics) in Scratch
  • Working with scripts: animating objects, responding to events, and checking logic
  • Switching sprite costumes
  • Changing the appearance of sprites with custom-drawn costumes
  • Playing sounds
  • Building a game with Scratch


All participants will receive a Certificate of Completion from Tertiary Courses after achieved at least 75% attendance.

Funding and Grant Applications

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