Computer Camp for Kids & Teens

Summer

NR Computer Learning Center (NRCLC), in collaboration with Irvine Valley College (IVC) and City of Orange, offers kids between the ages of 9 to 18, computer camps as a part of Science Technology Engineering and Math (STEM) program in southern California. We offer hands-on Computer Camp for Kids and Teens in the area of creating 2D and 3D animated games (GameMaker, Scratch, Unity), programming languages (Java, C++, Python, JavaScript), developing Mobile Apps and website using HTML5, CSS3 & Javascript, building Programmable Robots and working with Internet of Things (IoT) including Arduino, Raspberry Pi and Intel Galileo.
NRCLC IVC UCI Discount Packages Download Summer 2017 Catalog

2017 Summer Camp Schedule

NRCLC, 1835 W. Orangewood, Suite 200, Orange, CA 92868

Hands-on Training Ages Days Start Date End Date Time Sale Price until 4/1/17 Price after 4/1/17
Computer Basic 9-14 M-F 6/12 6/16 9AM–12PM $235 $250 Close
Create 2D Games with Scratch 9-14 M-F 6/12 6/16 1PM–4PM $235 $250 Close
Game Programming with JavaScript Basic 12-18 M-F 6/12 6/16 9AM–4PM $379 $399 Close
Video Editing & Special Effects 9-14 M-F 6/19 6/23 9AM–12PM $235 $250 Close
Minecraft for Beginners 9-14 M-F 6/19 6/23 1PM–4PM $235 $250 Close
Game Programming with Python - Basic 12-18 M-F 6/19 6/23 9AM–4PM $379 $399 Close
Intro to Website Design using WordPress 9-14 M-F 6/26 6/30 9AM–12PM $235 $250 Close
Computer Basic 9-14 M-F 6/26 6/30 1PM–4PM $235 $250 Close
Game Programming with C++ Basic 12-18 M-F 6/26 6/30 9AM–4PM $379 $399 Close
Basic Circuit Design 9-14 M, W, Th, F 7/3* 7/7 8:30AM–12:15PM $235 $250 Close
Computer Basic 9-14 M, W, Th, F 7/3* 7/7 1PM–4:45PM $235 $250 Close
Game Programming with Java – Basic 12-18 M, W, Th, F 7/3* 7/7 8:30AM–4:45PM $379 $399 Close
Robotics with Lego Mindstorms – Basic 9-14 M-F 7/10 7/14 9AM–12PM $235 $250 Close
 Raspberry Pi with Python 12-18 M-F 7/10 7/14 9AM–4PM $379 $399 Close
Computer Basic 9-14 M-F 7/17 7/21 9AM–12PM $235 $250 Close
Create 2D Games with Scratch 9-14 M-F 7/17 7/21 1PM–4PM $235 $250 Create 2D Games with Scratch
Programming Arduino with C/C++ Basic 12-18 M-F 7/17 7/21 9AM–4PM $379 $399 Programming Arduino with C/C++ Basic
Video Editing & Special Effects 9-14 M-F 7/24 7/28 9AM–12PM $235 $250 Video Editing and Special Effects
Computer Basic 9-14 M-F 7/24 7/28 1PM–4PM $235 $250 Minecraft for Beginners
Programming Arduino with C/C++ Basic  12-18 M-F 7/31 8/4 9AM-4PM $379 $399 Programming Arduino with C/C++
Basic Circuit Design 9-14 M-F 8/7 8/11 9AM–12PM $235 $250 Basic Circuit Design
Create 2D Games with Game Maker – Intermediate 9-14 M-F 8/7 8/11 1PM–4PM $235 $250 Create 2D Games with Game Maker – Intermediate
Game Programming with Java Intermediate  12-18 M-F 8/7 8/11 9AM-4PM $379 $399 Game Programming with Java Intermediate 
Robotics with Lego MindStorm 9-14 M-F 8/14 8/18 9AM–12PM $235 $250 Robotics with Lego MindStorm
*Closed on 4th of July (Tuesday)

Irvine Valley College (IVC), 5500 Irvine Center Dr, Irvine, CA 92618

Building: BSTIC: Business Sciences and Technology Invocation Center. Room: BSTIC-212 (Close to Parking Lot 4 & 5)

Hands-on Training Ages Days Start Date End Date Time Sale Price until 4/1 Price after 4/1
Computer Basic 9-14 M-F 6/19 6/23 9AM–12PM $235 $250 Close
Create 2D Games with Scratch 9-14 M-F 6/19 6/23 1PM–4PM $235 $250 Close
Video Editing & Special Effects 9-14 M-F 6/26 6/30 9AM–12PM $235 $250 Close
Intro to Website Design using WordPress 9-14 M-F 7/3* 7/7 8:30AM–12:15PM $235 $250 Close
Create 2D Games with GameMaker – Basic 9-14 M-F 7/3* 7/7 1PM–4:45PM $235 $250 Close
Game Programming with JavaScript Basic 12-18 M-F 7/10 7/14 9AM–4PM $379 $399 Close
Game Programming with Python Basic 12-18 M-F 7/17 7/21 9AM–4PM $379 $399 Game Programming with Python Basic
Game Programming with C++ – Basic 12-18 M-F 7/24 7/28 9AM–4PM $379 $399 Game Programming with C++ - Basic
Game Programming with Java – Basic 12-18 M-F 7/31 8/4 9AM–4PM $379 $399 Game Programming with Java - Basic
AP® Computer Science Prep Part I-Introduction to Java (4 Sat) 13-18 Sat 6/24 7/15 9AM–4PM $449 $499 Close
AP® Computer Science Prep Part II – Introduction to Object Oriented Programming using Java (4 Sat) 13-18 Sat 7/22 8/12 9AM–4PM $449 $499 Computer Science Prep Part II - Introduction to Object Oriented Programming using Java
AP® Computer Science Prep Part III - Introduction to Data Structures and Algorithms using Java (4 Sat) 13-18 Sat 8/19 9/9 9AM–4PM $449 $499 Computer Science Prep Part III - Introduction to Data Structures and Algorithms using Java
*Closed on 4th of July (Tuesday)

Irvine Valley College (IVC), 5500 Irvine Center Dr, Irvine, CA 92618

Building: BSTIC: Business Sciences and Technology Invocation Center. Room: BSTIC-212 (Close to Parking Lot 4 & 5)

Course Title(Evening Courses) Age Days Start Date End Date Time Sale Price Until  4/1 Price After 4/1
MTA 98-361: Software Development Fundamentals Certification Prep Course (4 Mon & Wed) – Prereq: Intermediate C++ 16-24 MW   6/19   7/12 6PM-9PM $529 $599 Close
MTA 98-361: Software Development Fundamentals Certification Prep Course (4 Tue & Thus)- Prereq: Intermediate C++ 16-24 TTH   7/18   8/10 6PM-9PM $529 $599 Close
OCA 1Z0-811: Oracle Certified Associate, Java SE8 Programmer Certification Prep Course (4 Tue & Thus) – Prereq: Intermediate Java 16-24 TTH    6/20   7/13 6PM-9PM $629 $699 Close
OCA 1Z0-811: Oracle Certified Associate, Java SE8 Programmer Certification Prep Course (4 Mon & Wed) – Prereq: Intermediate Java 16-24 M & W  7/17    8/9 6PM-9PM $629 $699 Close

The University of California, Irvine (UCI)

Campus Dr, Irvine, CA. (800) 920-6720. Building: Intercollegiate Athletics Building, Room Number: 130

Hands-on Training Ages Days Start Date End Date Time Sale Price until 4/1 Price after 4/1
Introduction to Java – AP® Computer Science Prep Part I (4 Days) 13-18 M-Th 7/10 7/13 9AM–4PM $449 $499 Close
Introduction to Object Oriented Programming using Java- AP® Computer Science Prep Part II (4 Days) 13-18 M-Th 7/17 7/20 9AM–4PM $449 $499 Introduction to Object Oriented Programming
Introduction to Data Structures and Algorithms using Java – AP ® Computer Science Prep Part III (4 Days) 13-18 M-Th 7/24 7/27 9AM–4PM $449 $499 Video Editing & Special Effects

For more information on AP® Computer Science Prep Course at UCI, click here. AP® is a trademark registered and owned by the CollegeBoard, which is not involved in the production of, and does not endorse this camp.

Packaged Deals Discounts

Package Deal Location Sale Price until 4/1 Price after 4/1
Package #1: Game Programmer I (Age: 9-14) Computer Basic, 2D Game with Scratch, Video Editing and Special Effects, Minecraft, Intro to Website Design-WordPress, 2D Game with GameMaker Basic IVC/NRCLC $1275 $1500 Close
Package #2: Game Programmer II (Age: 9-14) Basic Circuit Design, 2D Game with GameMaker Inter, Robotic with Lego Minestorms, Intro to programming Concepts NRCLC $850 $1000 Close
Package #3: Young Programmer (Age: 12-18) GP with JavaScript Basic, GP with Python Basic, GP with C++ Basic and GP with Java Basic IVC/NRCLC $1350 $1596 Close
Packag #4: Young Hardware Engineer (Age: 12-18) GP with Python Basic, GP with C++ Basic, GP with Java Basic, Raspberry Pi with Python Basic, Arduino with C/C++ Basic NRCLC $1690 $1995 Close
Package #5: Young Software Engineer (Age: 12 – 18) GP with JavaScript Basic, GP with Python Basic, GP with C++ Basic & Intermediate, GP with Java Basic & Int., NRCLC $2710 $3192 Close
Package # 6: AP® Computer Science Prep (Age: 13 – 18) AP® CS Part I – Introduction to Java; Part II – Intro to Object Oriented Programming; Part III – Introduction to Data Structure and Algorithm IVC/UCI $1270 $1497 Close

Description

Computer Basic

The student will gain the knowledge and skills required to identify computers and components, including microprocessors, motherboard, flash drive, hard disk, Memory, Keyboard, Mouse and Input / Output devices. Students will also build a computer from scratch! They will learn to install a motherboard, use software to create the background image, work with sound, eliminate viruses, and use different parts of the computer. This is an introductory course for the student interested in building a computer, learning how computers work or learning to develop games.


Robotics with Lego Mindstorms – Level 1

In this hands-on course, students will learn to build and program real-life simple robotic actions using Lego’s programmable NXT motor and robotic sensors: ultrasonic, sound, light, and touch. Students will work in a team of 2-4 members. Prereq: Computer Basic or equivalent.


Robotics with Lego Mindstorms – Level 2

In this hands-on course, students will learn to design and build using Lego’s programmable motors, sensors, gears, wheels and axles, and other technical components; build, test, troubleshoot, and revise designs to improve robot performance; use mathematical concepts such as estimating and measuring distance, time, and speed to control the action of a robot. Students will work in a team of 2-4 members. Prereq: Robotics Level 1 or equivalent.


Create 2D Games Level 1 

This hands-on course is designed for students wanting to learn the basic elements of creating a 2D game using GameMaker software. The students will learn to create games that include sprites, background images, sounds and music, objects, events, actions and rooms. This is an excellent introductory course to game programming if a student is planning to become a game programmer – one of the hottest career fields today. Prereq: Computer Basic or equivalent.


Create 2D Games Level 2 

This hands-on course is designed for students who already have a basic understanding of how to create 2D games and are looking to create engaging and interactive games that utilize media, sound, video, images and animation. They will be developing games using GameMaker, editing sound using Audacity and learning an introduction to Scratch programming. This is an excellent introductory course to game programming if a student is planning to become a game programmer – one of the hottest career fields today – or preparing for Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) Certification Exam. Prereq: 2D Game Level 1 or equivalent


Create 2D Game with Scratch

This hands-on course is designed for students wanting to learn the basic elements of creating a 2D Game using Scratch software developed at MIT Media Lab. The students will learn to create 2D Game that includes sprites, images, sounds, music, and objects. This is an excellent introductory course to developing animation and game programming using scratch. Click here for more information on Scratch Programming.


Minecraft for Beginners 

This course will introduce students to using Minecraft to build practically anything they can imagine. Students will learn to recreate famous pieces of architecture, deserts, mountains, prairie, clouds and their dream house. This course helps students develop skills in creative thinking, defining goals, planning a strategy and collaborating with the team members. Prereq: Computer Basic or equivalent.

Game Programming for Beginners – Python

Python is an easy-to-learn language that is commonly used for writing short scripts for developing games and applications. Students will learn to write scripts to develop games with moving objects, draw shapes and calculate scores. Students will also get exposure to applying the knowledge to control Raspberry Pi. This is an excellent introductory course for students interested in learning a scripting language, developing games and using Raspberry Pi. Prereq: Computer Basic or equivalent


Video Editing & Special Effects

This hands-on course introduces students to developing and editing a digital movie using Window’s MovieMaker, edit music using Audacity, add background sound and music, add special effects and text, cut unwanted movie clips, merge different movie clips, add pictures and upload movies to YouTube for friends and family to view. Prereq: Computer Basic or equivalent


Introduction To Programming Concept

This introductory-level course enables students to learn the basics of JavaScript Programming language. JavaScript language is an easy-to-use language that is commonly used for writing short scripts in web pages for dynamic content. This class will be geared towards teenagers, and they will learn to write scripts for developing basic calculator and Form validation. Prereq: Computer Basic or equivalent


Game Programming in C++ – Basic

This hands-on introductory-level course enables students to learn the basics of C++ programming to build software using Microsoft Visual Studio. Students will learn to use common functions, expressions, flow control, loops, and more, to develop an application. This is an excellent introductory course to programming for students that plan to take an AP® Course in Computer Science, start a career in software development, become a game programmer – one of the hottest career fields today – or preparing for Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) Certification Exam. Prereq: Computer Basic or equivalent Sample Program.


Programming Arduino board with C/C++

This hands-on introductory-level course enables students to utilize C/C++ programming, to build projects. Use the Arduino, a popular microcontroller, to learn how to build the circuit board to run simple programs. Watch your code comes alive with this circuit board. They will be able to watch their code come alive with their circuit board. This is an excellent introductory course to the programming language for students planning to take AP® Computer Science, interested in software development or field of Engineering, or preparing for Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) Certification Exam. Prereq: Computer Basic or equivalent Click here for more information on Arduino Microcontroller.


Programming Raspberry Pi with Python

This hands-on introductory-level course enables students to utilize Python programming, to build projects. Students will use the Raspberry Pi, a popular microcontroller, to learn how to build the circuit board to run simple programs. They will be able to watch their code come alive with their circuit board. This is an excellent introductory course to the programming language for students planning to take AP® Computer Science, interested in software development or field of Engineering. Prereq: Introduction to the programming languages such as C, C++, JavaScript, Java or Python.


Game Programming with Java – Basic

This hands-on introductory-level course enables students to learn the basics of Java programming language to build software. Students will use variables, classes, expressions, flow control, loops and more to develop an application. This is an excellent introductory course to programming for students planning to take an AP® Computer Science, to start a career in software development, or to become a game programmer – one of the hottest career fields today – or preparing for Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) Certification Exam. Prereq: Computer Basic or equivalent


Game Programming with Java – Intermediate

Once a student has mastered the basics of Java programming, then they are ready to learn some of the tougher Object Oriented concepts such as creating classes, objects, method overloading, constructors, destructors, polymorphism, arrays, strings, dynamic data and more, to develop advanced applications. By the end of the course, students will be able to develop interactive applications. This is an excellent course to programming if a student plans to take an AP® Computer Science, start a career in software development or become a game programmer – one of the hottest career fields today. Prereq: Programming with Java Basic or equivalent. Click here for more information.


Introduction to Java – AP® Computer Science Prep Course I

Learn the basics of Java programming language to build software. Students will use variables, classes, expressions, flow control, loops and more to develop an application! This is an excellent introductory course for students planning to take AP® Computer Science, wanting to develop software or becoming a game programmer. Prereq: Computer Basic or equivalent


Introduction to Object Oriented Programming – AP® Computer Science Prep Course-II

Once a student has mastered the basics of C++ or Java programming then they are ready to learn some of the Advanced Object Oriented concepts such as creating classes, objects, methods, constructors, polymorphism, arrays, strings, dynamic data and more, to develop interactive applications. This is an excellent course for students planning to take AP® Computer Science, develop software, wanting to become a game programmer or preparing for the Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) 361, 362, 363, 372, 373 Certification Exam. Prereq: Programming with Java Basic, C++ or equivalent


Introduction to Data Structure and Algorithms – AP® Computer Science Prep Course III

Once a student has mastered the basics of C++ or Java programming, then they are ready to learn some advanced programming concepts such as selection-sort, merge sort, heap sort, stacks, queues, search, finding minimum and maximum, successor and predecessor, insertion and deletion. This is an excellent course for students planning to take AP® Computer Science, developing software, wanting to become a game programmer or preparing for Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) 361, 362, 363, 372, 373 Certification Exam. Prereq: Programming with Java Basic, C++ or equivalent


Android Application Development – Java

Learn how to build your first Android app for an Android phone or tablet. Students will learn to develop the app with button, labels, and images. Prereq: Programming with Java Intermediate or Object Oriented Programming


Game Programming for Beginners – JavaScript

Game Programming is an invaluable skill in today’s job market. Learn to develop programs using JavaScript. JavaScript language is an easy-to-use language that is commonly used for writing short scripts in web pages to developing games. Learn to write scripts to develop small games with moving objects, shapes, start & stop button, lives, scores and more to be displayed on the web page. This is an excellent introductory course for the student interested in developing a game to be displayed on a web page. Prereq: Computer Basic or equivalent


Develop Mobile Apps with HTML5, CSS3 & JavaScript

Learn the basics of developing mobile apps using HTML5 and CSS3. The student will learn to use HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript and JQuery to access content on various devices. Prereq: Programming basic or equivalent


Introduction to PHP Programming

Learn the basics of PHP programming language for web development. Learn how to write and utilize common functions, make the dynamic function call and use loops in PHP. This is an excellent introductory course for students planning to use WordPress to website or planning to develop the web application using PHP. Prereq: Computer Basic or equivalent


Introduction to Website Design with WordPress

Students will learn to use WordPress to create and manage their website. Students will use and customize templates, add functionality through the use of plugins, organize and manage content, and learn to use HTML to edit the pages. This is an excellent introductory course for students interested in starting a career in website design & development or interested in learning to develop a blog site for posting their ideas. Prereq: Computer Basic or equivalent


MTA 98-349: Windows OS Fundamentals

This MTA Training course helps students prepare for MTA Exam 98-349 and builds an understanding of these topics: Operating System Configurations, Installing and Upgrading Client Systems, Managing Applications, Managing Files and Folders, Managing Devices, and Operating System Maintenance. Prereq: Computer Basic or equivalent.


MTA 98-361: Software Development

This MTA Training course helps students prepare for MTA Exam 98-361 and builds an understanding of these topics: Understanding core programming, Understanding object-oriented programming, Understanding general software development, Understanding web applications, Understanding desktop applications, Understanding databases. Prereq: Programming with C++ Basic or Java Basic or equivalent.


MTA 98-374: Gaming Development Fundamentals

This MTA Training course helps students prepare for MTA Exam 98-374 and builds an understanding of these topics: Game Design, Hardware, Graphics, and Animation. Prereq: Programming with C++ Basic or Java Basic equivalent.

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Location

NR Computer Learning Center

1835 W. Orange Ave, STE 200, Orange, CA 92868 Phone: (714) 505-3475 Fax: (714) 505-3476 Email: info@nrclc.com

NRCLC: NR Computer Learning Center (NRCLC), 1835 W. Orangewood Ave, Orange, CA 92868 Directions From Santa Ana Airport: Take I-5 N, Take exit POMONA onto CA-57 N – go 1.0 mi, Take exit ORANGEWOOD AVE – go 0.3 mi, Turn Right on W ORANGEWOOD AVE – go 0.1 mi, Arrive at 1835 W Orange Ave, STE 200, Orange, CA 92868, on the Left Driving Directions by Yahoo.


Irvine Valley College 5500 Irvine Center Dr, Irvine, CA (714) 505-34575 computercamp@nrclc.com IVC: Irvine Valley College (IVC), 5500 Irvine Center Dr, Irvine, CA 92618 Building: BSTIC: Business Sciences and Technology Invocation Center. Room: BSTIC-212 (Close to Parking Lot 4 & 5)


University of California Campus Dr, Irvine, CA. (800) 920-6720. Building: Humanities Hall Room Number: 142 Click here for UCI Campus Map.

FAQ

FAQ’s

1. What types of training do you offer for kids during summer?

Every year during summer, NR Computer Learning Center (NRCLC) offers computer camps for kids between the ages of 9 and 18. The goal of our summer camp is to help students learn to program while having fun. NRCLC is in partners with Microsoft, CIW, Irvine Valley College, City of Orange and Prometric, Pearson, Kryterion, Comira and Certiport for offering Professional Exams. Through our summer programs, students learn to create games, build websites and applications in different languages (C, C++, PHP, Java) while utilizing logical, mathematical and scientific skills.  These programs are beneficial for students who are planning to enroll in AP® Computer Science, preparing for Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) exam, applying for College (Computer Science or Engineering major) or planning to build a career in website design, graphic design, game programming, software engineering, mobile app development or more.

2. Where will the training take place?

The training is being offered at NR Computer Learning Center (NRCLC) in Orange, Irvine Valley College and University of California, Irvine.

Center Location Registration Information
Orange NR Computer Learning Center (NRCLC) 1835 W Orange Ave, STE 200, Orange, CA 92868 visit www.NRCLC.com, send email at info@nrclc.com or call (714) 505-3475 (Option 2)
Irvine IVC 5500 Irvine Center Dr, Irvine, CA 92618 visit www.ivc.edu or send email to ivccommunityed@ivc.edu or (949) 451-5555
Irvine ATEP 15445 Lansdowne Rd, Tustin, CA 92782 visit www.ivc.edu or call (949) 451-5555
Irvine University of California, Irvine Irvine, CA 92618 visit www.uci.edu or call (714) 505-3475

3. Where is Irvine Valley College (IVC), University of California, Irvine (UCI) and NR Computer Learning Center (NRCLC) located?

IVC is located in Irvine (California) close to 5 Freeway and Jeffery. It is located a mile south of Tustin Marketplace. The address is 5500 Irvine Center Drive, Irvine, CA 92618. UCI is located in Irvine (California) close to 405 Freeway and Jamboree. It is located about 4 miles south of John Wayne Airport. The address is 260 Aldrich Hall, University of California, Irvine, CA 92697. NRCLC is located in the City of Orange (California) at the cross section of 5 and 57 freeways, close to the Angels Stadium and few miles from Disneyland & Convention Center in Anaheim. The address is 1835 W Orange Ave, STE 200, Orange, CA 92868.

4. When does the Teens computer camp start?

The summer camps start on June 10th, 2017.

5. How long are these Camps?

Each camp varies from few days to a week. Some camps run in two shifts (morning and afternoon) and some camps are full day camp. For further detail on over Summer Camp please check our latest catalog by clicking here or by going to our website at NRCLC.com.

6. What is a class size for your training program?

NRCLC can accommodate up to 12 students. IVC, ATEP and UCI can accommodate up to 30 students. NRCLC reserves the rights to cancel a camp if there are less than 5 students registered for a program.

7. Do each student have their own computer during the class?

All our classes are designed to be hands-on and very interactive. Students will leave our class comfortable using the skills taught. At NRCLC, IVC and ATEP, each student is assigned a computer. However, at UCI, students are suppose to bring their own laptop for hands-on exercises to continue practicing at home.

8. Can you tell me more about the program?

Our programs are designed for students who have little to no knowledge of game programming, software development or website development, especially the level I (Basic) programs, such as Computer Basic, C++ Basic and Java Basic.  The course consists of hands-on labs where students get an opportunity to apply what they have learnt in the class. Each student works on their computer. At the end of the day, we hold a review session to enhance learning. On the last day of the course, we do a show-and-tell, where parents are invited to see the students displaying their projects. Once the presentation is over, we handout the Certificate of Completion to all the students who have completed the program. Once the students have the basic programming skills, they have the option to apply for courses related to AP® Computer Science test prep courses, Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) Test Prep, C++ Certification courses and Oracle Certificate (OCA) test prep courses.

9. What types of students attend the program?

We have a mix of students that range in the age of 9 to 18. The average age of a student is 13. There are students who are interested in Game programming and want to develop career as a graphic designer and/or prepare for the Adobe Certified Associate (ACA) Exam; there are some students who want to prepare for AP® Computer Science exam and some want to develop career in IT field, certify in Microsoft technology or develop Mobile App, and then there are few student who want to take the class for fun. Students who want to add animation and games on their website, or want to learn HTML, style sheet and Javascript to develop and manage their portfolio online or want to build a career as a graphic designer/web master and/or want to prepare for Adobe Certified Associate (ACA) Exam for Dreamweaver, would generally register for the Website Design course, HTML5, CSS3, Introduction to programming and JavaScript class. Students who want to develop programs, plan to take AP® Computer Science, plan to become Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) Certified or plan to build a career in technology/computer science will generally register for any of the following: Computer Basic, Building Your Computer, Microsoft Office, Website Design, Java Basic & Intermediate, AP® Computer Science Test Prep class and Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) Test Prep class. Students who are interested in building computer or prepare for CompTIA certification exam, would generally register for courses such as Computer Basic, Building Your Computer, Strata or CompTIA Test prep classes.

10. Do you give a certificate when a student completes a course?

At the end of the course, the student get a Certificate of Completion. To get a Certification from Microsoft, Adobe or CompTIA, the student must pass the certification exam provided by these vendors. If the student is interested in the Microsoft, Adobe or CompTIA Certification program, please call NRCLC at (714) 505-3475 for more information.

11. How much does the computer camp cost?

Normally, the cost of each of the camp varies based on the program. For information on the summer camp, click here.

12. Is there a group or individual discount available?

Yes, we have a group discount available for courses. A group with 2 or more can receive discount up to 10%. Call (714) 505-3475 for more information.

13. Do you offer package deals?

Yes, we do offer package deals.  To see our package deals, click here.

14. How do I register for the program?

There are several ways to register for our Summer camp:

  • You can call NRCLC office at (714) 505-3475
  • Or you can click here to download the registration form. Email the completed registration form to our office at info@nrclc.com and mail a check (made payable to: NR Computer Learning Center) at:

NR Computer Learning Center
1835 W Orange Ave, STE 200
Orange, CA 92868
Phone: (714)505-3475
E-mail: info@nrclc.com
Timing: Mon – Sat, 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM (close on Sunday and public holidays)

  • Or you can scan and e-mail the completed registration form to info@nrclc.com and mail a check made payable to NR Computer Learning Center.
  • Or you can register online at our website by clicking here. To sign up online, simply select the classes you are interested in that are listed on the Computer Camp for kids & Teens webpage. Click on the “Sign up now” button and follow the instructions to provide the contact information and to make payment for the selected camp.

15. Who do I make the check payable too?

You can make check payable to NR Computer Learning Center. Please write student’s name in the Memo area.

16. Where do I mail the payment?

The payment can be mailed to:

NR Computer Learning Center,
1835 W Orange Ave, #200,
Orange, Ca 92868
(Please do not send cash by mail.)

For more information on the Summer Program, call us at (714) 505-3475 or send us an email at info@nrclc.com

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Cancellation Policy: The request for refunds will be honored only if they are made at least (5) working days prior to the start of classes – no exceptions. A $25 processing charge will be deducted from all requested refunds. Material fees are not refundable. Please allow four weeks for refunds to be processed. NR Computer Learning Center reserves the right to cancel a class with enrollment less than 5 students. If NR Computer Learning Center cancels a class, the students will be refunded for the full amount.

About NR Computer Learning Center:  NR Computer Learning Center (NRCLC), located in Orange County in California, works with schools, colleges and companies to help students build career in Technical field. NRCLC provides hands-on instructor led classroom training, online training and private one-on-one training. NR Computer Learning Center specializes in Microsoft Technologies and Open Source Technologies. Visit http://www.nrclc.com for more information.

About Program Director: Vazi Okhandiar, MCT, PMP, MBA, MSCS, BSEE

Microsoft Trainer, Project Manager, SEO Expert, Software Design and Development, MBA, MCT, PMP, MSCS, BSEE

Vazi Okhandiar has over 20 years of teaching experience in Computer Science and Microsoft Products. Vazi teaches both kids and adults. She has been helping students prepare for AP® Computer Science exam and Microsoft Certification Exam. She has over 15 years of experience working in IT industry in the capacity of managing, architecting, designing and implementing information technology projects for Fortune 500 companies including General Motors, HP/EDS, Toyota, Computer Science Corporation (CSC), Olympus, Sempra Energy, Esurance and Mitsubishi, as well as numerous small and medium size enterprises. Vazi has MBA from the University of California, Irvine, a Master’s in Computer Science from the Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, and a Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of the California, Irvine. She is also Microsoft Certified Trainer.