Teach them the skills of tomorrow's workplace. Today.
Critical thinking, communication, creativity and interaction.
Is your child learning the foundation skills needed for the digital economy past 2030?
Who We Are
Incub8 Education is a NEW Coding and Future Focused learning centre in Hornsby, NSW. We teach all ages and stages valuable coding and technology skills: Web and App Development, 3D Printing and Design, Robotics, Electronics, VR and AR and Responsible Digital Citizenship – after school and during school holidays.
Meet the Experts
Meet ScopeIT’s Lead Coach and Incub8’s in-house team of educators who teach our specialised classes and training seminars.
She has a passion for teaching students and helping empower them to work towards mastering their own skills and interests in Digital Technologies.
As a lead Coach, Amelia brings CIY.Club (Code IT Yourself Club) powered by ScopeIT Education to our Incub8 hub where students can learn train and master skills at their own pace.
Since 2000, Peter has managed the The University of Newcastle’s School of Electrical Engineering and Computing (SEEC) Laboratories, providing engineering support to The University of Newcastle’s robot soccer team, the NUBots.
Peter has also taught robotics, embedded technologies and electronics at Digi Girls, NSW TAFE. Prior to this Peter was an Electronic Design Engineer working in the mining industry, providing customised solutions to the Australian and Overseas mining community.
At university and TAFE, Manav has lectured in programming (Java, HTML, CSS, C++, C, Java Script and Microsoft dot net), systems analysis and modeling, discrete mathematics, knowledge systems, computer system architecture and unit testing.
As part of her teaching career Manav has participated in the development of online curriculum, and partaken in academic research leading to the preparation and submission of publications.
Manav enjoys supporting students both inside the classroom, such as student coach and project supervisor, and outside the classroom, such as involvement in campus-based youth festivals.
Recently she collaborated with Macmillan publishing as the main author of their inquiry-based science workbooks based on the Australian Curriculum as well as contribute to their senior NSW Biology textbook.
Sally is a NSW NESA QTC registered professional development provider and has written two NSW NESA approved Stage 5 elective courses, one in Philosophy and another in STEAM.
People are talking
Both my children aged 8 and 6 attended incub8 education. The teachers were very engaging, the content was interesting and kept the children involved. I was really impressed by the facilities and technology.
My son thoroughly enjoyed his time at incub8. The teachers were highly engaging, tailoring their approach to suit the age and skill set of the children in attendance. Incub8’s set up is fantastic, we were impressed with their facilities and robots.