What is TechSpace?
TechSpace is a national movement that provides opportunities for young people
to be creative using technology.
It aims to become Ireland’s leading creative technology network
for educators to train and upskill in digital Creativity and STEAM.
Conradh na Gaeilge are collaborating with Techspace to deliver the programme nationwide
by coordinating the programme in Leinster and Dublin.
Why is this important?
Young People are living in a digital age and the TechSpace Network existsto enable them to become creators of technology, not just consumers.
Providing opportunities for people to engage in Digital Creativity and STEAM activities will allow them to create and make with purpose, impacting lives and inspiring the future.
What we do?
We design and deliver training, activities, resources and
opportunities through English and Irish for youth workers,
teachers and volunteers.
The programme content such as film-making, animation, soldering, robotics, electronics,
mobile journalism, audio production, coding, graphic design, 3D printing, and more helps to
develop 21st-century skills such as creativity, collaboration, critical thinking, and communication.
The TechSpace Network
TechSpace was established in 2012 to have a major impact on
education for youth development in Ireland.
Members of the TechSpace network are educators and youth work
partners that have committed to enhancing the continuous
professional development of education provision for
Digital Creativity and STEAM
(Science, Tecnology, Engineering, Arts and Maths).
Become a TechSpace Educator
Once an educator has completed a training course they become part of the
TechSpace Network and can avail of online resources, programme plans,
and in-person support to set up and develop your TechSpace!
Camara Education Ireland provide Inspiration Kit Boxes,
Refurbished Hardware, and Equipment Lists.
We have support available for all of your hardware questions
from Camara Education Ireland.
Opportunities for TechSpacers
Camara works with inspirational partners and sponsors to deliver large scale funded education programmes in STEAM and Digital Creativity.
We provide opportunities for TechSpacers to Create, Invent and
Inspire through National Showcase events such as ESB Creative Tech Fest
and TechFéile every year, with awards, exhibitions and
inspirational workshops to celebrate TechSpacers across Ireland.
More info available from www.techspace.ie