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ITEC Australia Competition

20 August 2018 @ 7:00 am23 September 2018 @ 10:30 pm


International Youth Technology and Engineering Challenge (ITEC) Australia is a national competition consisting of primary and secondary-school students only in partaking in a coding/programming competition, also consisting of creating your own Virtual Reality content.


A FREE competition to enter: the aim of ITEC Australia Competition is to teach primary and secondary-school students how to code/program and create their own VR content. Of course, not all students will know how to code, and this is great, because this is what we want to teach them. If some students DO know how to code, there are always more challenging tasks they could complete…such as our Augmented Reality (AR) VIVID colouring packs.

This competition will give students the opportunity to apply technical knowledge in practice. Some of the benefits include:

  • Nurtures interest in Science and Technology
  • Enhances students’ ability to learn, think and execute
  • Students will be working on our 3D program and learn to code easily; our 3D program is one of the most advanced programs in the world
  • Free to enter
  • Makes learning enjoyable and fun
  • Awards and recognition for the winner(s).

To get involved in this competition, you will need to register online with their  name and email address. Please note that each student is required to use their name and email address (if students don’t have email addresses, they are required to use their parents’ email address).

For more information call to Eni Xhebro (Head of Marketing) on 0451 049 772.

ITEC is a collaborative effort of countries including: Australia, Canada, the UK and the US. We are looking for young talent in Australia in the intelligence era, which is focused on innovative thinking.


20 August 2018 @ 7:00 am
23 September 2018 @ 10:30 pm
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Eni Xhebro
0451 049 772
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Suitable for:
Primary students, Secondary students
Innovation and technology
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