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Power Mac Center offers summer Mac workshop for kids

Looking for something that your kids can do this summer? Why not have them do something educational? Keep them up to date with technology by honing their Mac skills with Power Mac Center’s Summer Kids Mac Training Program.


At the Power Mac Center (PMC) Summer Kids Mac Training Program, kids will learn the fundamentals of game development using GameSalad, film-making using iMovie, 3-dimensional modeling, 3D graphics and animation using SketchUp and Adobe Flash CS5, music creation using GarageBand, website making using iWeb, DVD creation using iDVD and photo editing using Photoshop.

Now on its third year, the training program is a fun techie summer treat from Power Mac Center, a chain of reliable retail shops and service providers of Apple products and premium accessories in the country. Kids aged 7-12 are invited to participate and enhance their skills in Mac’s arsenal of digital tools while being mentored by Power Mac Center trainers.

According to Power Mac Center Marketing Manager Joey Alvarez, “œThe Summer Kids Workshop is an excellent venue for kids to express their creativity and bring their imagination to life using different fun Mac programs and applications.”

“œAfter all,” he added, “œApple products like kid-friendly Macs inspire creativity from all ages.”

Course fee is at Php500 per topic. The workshops will be held at the following Power Mac Center stores:

  • TriNoma from April 4 to 15, 2011
  • SM North EDSA Annex from May 2 to 13, 2011

Each session lasts for an hour and a half and participants have an option between the morning and afternoon classes.

Interested participants can email [email protected] to inquire and register into the program. For more information about the workshop as well as updates on new promos and events, visit the Power Mac Center site at www.powermaccenter.com.


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  • this is something to look forward for parents who wanted their children to spend the summer worthwhile. cool!

  • hut

    hut says:
    January 12, 2012 at 11:48 am

    POWERMAC is a company that declares themselves as service provider. If you buy an apple gadget from them, within a month you have a problem with the gadget, they will not replace it. They will trouble you to contact Apple Singapore. You will not like it when you talk to them.

    Globe offers one year replacement warranty.