About Technocamps

Technocamps has delivered over 1500 workshops to over 35,000 young people across Wales on programming, app development, games development, robotics and much more. The project is led by Swansea University, with University Hubs based at Aberystwyth, Bangor, Cardiff, Cardiff MET, Glyndŵr and the University of South Wales, so our teams have been able to run Workshops across the length and breadth of Wales.

All our resources are freely accessible online giving young people the chance to continue to learn Computer Science at their own pace from home and school.

Why not take a look our Facebook account, join us on Twitter and on our Linkedin Group to see some of our success stories and get engaged in discussions.

Our Team

Professor Faron Moller Swansea
Director of Technocamps

Faron is a Professor of Computer Science and has been involved in Technocamps at Swansea University since its creation in 2003, when issues surrounding undergraduate recruitment led to concerns about the provision of Computing at School.

Stewart Powell Swansea
Programme Coordinator

Stewart is the Programme Coordinator for Technocamps where he is tasked with coordinating and managing the successful delivery of the various strands of the Technocamps programme. He is an enthusiastic deliverer who strives to teach a variety of complex topics in a fun and innovative way to pupils across Wales.

Luke Clement Swansea
Schools Liaison Officer

Luke is the Schools Liaison Officer for Technocamps and is responsible for communicating with schools in South West Wales and delivering workshops including teacher CPD. Luke is a fluent Welsh-speaker and graduated from Swansea with a MPhys Theoretical Physics and is a fully qualified teacher.

Dr. Dave Perkins Bangor
Regional Coordinator

Dave runs the Bangor regional hub of Technocamps and coordinates the day-to-day aspects of the project from module development through to workshop delivery. Dave is a keen computer scientist and his main interests are in cross discipline approaches to problems and the reuse of old technology in new application.

Joseph Mearman Bangor
Delivery Officer

Joe is a PhD student and teacher in Computer Science who has been working with Technocamps in many capacities for several years. He is passionate about new tech including wearables, lifelogging, "smart" technologies, IoT, robotics and rapid prototyping. He is currently studying for a PhD based on novel "beyond the desktop" visualisation techniques.

Helen Phillips Cardiff
Academic Lead

Helen is the academic lead for the Technocamps Programme at Cardiff University. She is responsible for ensuring the delivery of workshops to schools and teachers within the South East.

Catherine Teehan Cardiff
Delivery Coordinator

Catherine Teehan is the Delivery Coordinator for the Technocamps based at Cardiff University. She is responsible for delivering a range of Technocamps workshops to schools across the Cardiff region.

Professor Andrew Ware University of South Wales
Academic Lead

Andrew is Professor of Computing at the University of South Wales. His research interests are primarily in the use of intelligent computer systems to help solve real world problems. He has a passion and enthusiasm for sharing his excitement for technologies with young people and, in addition to working with students from across Wales, he has been involved spoken at schools in Africa, South America and Asia.

Laura Roberts University of South Wales
Regional Coordinator

Laura Roberts is the Technocamps Regional Coordinator for South East Wales, based at the University of South Wales (Glamorgan). She is responsible for managing the events delivered across South East Wales.

Richard Ward University of South Wales
Workshop Delivery & Development Officer

Richard Ward is the Technocamps Workshop Delivery & Development Officer for South East Wales. His role involves delivering computing workshops in High Schools. He also enjoys linking computing to other STEM subjects.

Oliver Clark Swansea
Technocamps Ambassador

Oliver is a Technocamps Ambassador who is responsible for delivering a selection of different workshops and Technoclubs. He is particularly skilled at delivering Greenfoot workshops to support delivery of the Computer Science GCSE.

Dylan Percy Swansea
Technocamps Ambassador

Dylan is a Technocamps Ambassador who is responsible for delivering a selection of different workshops and Technoclubs. He is particularly skilled at delivering Greenfoot workshops to support delivery of the Computer Science GCSE.

Get Involved

Are you interested in arranging a Technocamps workshop for your school or college? We offer a range of computational thinking based workshops to support students and staff through KS2 to KS5. Get in touch to find out more.

Contact the Team