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Infocomm Club

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1. Brief introduction 


2. Challenges students will face 








3. Skills / Talents / Qualities the CCA is looking for 

4. The benefits of joining the CCA 
1. In 2018, Infocomm Club merged together with Design & Robotics Club to linearize different facets of computer science, software programming through game design, and basic robotics engineering into one conglomeration CCA.

2. The newly form Infocomm Club aims to inflame student’s creativity and passion for IT-related skills in a fun and meaningful way by helping them to learn new and/or refine their Infocomm skills  to be ready and relevant in the a tech-driven 21st century. 

In Infocomm Club, member will be introduce to basic IT fundamentals and robotics. Students will gain a deep understanding of the technologies and information systems used in corporations and enterprises, and learn to design, integrate and manage processes and systems. In addition to IT skills, student will also gain the experience to create, design, and build simple toy models and explore their engineering and programming skills in a school-based competition using Lego Mindstorms.

3. Infocomm Club is open to anyone who is keen to embark in a journey of Infocomm Technology, Programming, IT Solutions, Game Making, Robotics and etc.  With a background in Programming is helpful, basic robotic building and programming using Lego Mindstorms.

4. Through the clubs activities, students can appreciate technologies better, and creatively apply their skills to communicate ideas and use them in their school project work. The clubs can also be a supplementary resource for teachers to enhance the teaching and learning experience. 

Students enjoy: 
  • CCA points (Can be nominated for EAGLES leadership award for any leadership role in CCA)
  • Opportunities for project work and community service projects, where the best will be showcased at various competitions and events
  • Potential credit exemptions/direct admission opportunities into IT-related courses (Polytechnic / Institute of Technical Education)
  • IDA funding support to talented students for participating in international competitions, conferences, industry attachments & certifications
Members of Infocomm Club Flagship can be involved in programmes such as: 
  • Toy Design Competition conducted Singapore Polytechnic
  • Aerochallenge Competition conducted Ngee Ann Polytechnic
  • Robotics Trainings (Beginner / Intermediate)
  • Infocomm Seminars, Conferences & Workshops by Technological Partners and IHLs eg Microsoft
  • Youth Infocomm Week
  • Cyber-wellness Week in Springfield 
  • StrITwise Camp
What you will learn 
During the four years in Infocomm Club member will be expose to and learn the following:
  • Fundamentals of IT
  • Computers & Operating Systems
  • User Interface Design
  • Developing Web Application
  • Mobile Applications Development
  • Scratch for Game Design
  • AutoDesk 360 3D rendering
  • Lego Mindstorm sets & Education Commander App
CCA Schedule:
Wednesdays/Fridays 3.30pm - 5.30pm / 2.30pm-4.30pm
Venue: Computer Lab 2 & 3
Teacher in-charge: 
  • Mdm Tan Bee Yong (IC)
  • Muhammad Khairul Ridhwan (2IC)
  • Miss Liyana Ramlan
  • Mr Tay Kok Seng
 
Teacher in-charge: 


Mdm Tan Bee Yong (IC)
Muhammad Khairul Ridhwan (2IC)


Miss Liyana Ramlan
Mr Tay Kok Seng
Coaches / Trainers
List of annual programs/events
1. National Infocomm Competition 
2. Game Design Workshops
3. Autodesk Fusion 360 Software skills 
4. Designing and programming Lego Mindstorm 
5. Learning Journey (Design or ICT based)

Achievements:
2018
Singapore Toy Design Competiton 2018 by Singapore Polytechnic
Aerochallenge 2018  by Ngee Ann Polytechnic
Intra-CCA Lego Mindstorm Competition

2017
Singapore Toy Design Competition 2017 by Singapore Polytechnic

Bull’s Eye Competition 2017  by Ngee Ann Polytechnic

Aerochallenge 2017 by Ngee Ann Polytechnic
National Robotics Challenge by Science Centre Singapore

2016 
Singapore Toy Design Competition 2017 by Singapore Polytechnic

Cyberwellness Ambassador 

National Cyberwellness Advocacy Challenge 

ignITE Skills Challenge - AppTastic 

Singapore Games Creation 

National Climate Change Competition 

National Junior Robotic Competition by Science Centre


2014 
Temasek Poly Cyber Warriors & Investigators Challenge

Ngee Ann Poly StrITwise Integrated Camp

National Junior Robotic Competiton by Science Centre Singapore

2013 
National Infocomm Security Competition 

Ngee Ann Poly StrITwise Integrated Camp 


2012 
Canon PhotoMarathon Singapore 
(Student Category - Theme 1 Wonder) 

2011 
GAME'IN RayCity 


- Merit Award





- Merit  & Commendation Award 
- Most Creative Design (Automata Category)




- Merit Award

- Top 10 







- 1st Place 
- 5th Place 




- Finalist 
- 4th Place 


- 1st Place 



- 2nd Place 
CyberWellness Week 2018.jpg



















Infocomm Club members teaching fellow Springfielders through fun games, and quizzes during Springfield’s
CyberWellness Week 2018. 

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An Infocomm member learning 3D rendering during an AutoDesk workshop conducted by Singapore
Polytechnic for the Toy Design Competition 2018.

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Infocomm members commanding and flying a Drone during Aerochallenge 2018 organised and hosted by
Ngee Ann Polytechnic.

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Infocomm  Club’s 2018 Intra-CCA Lego Mindstorm Animal Allie Competition.

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Two Springfielders accepting the Merit Award for the Toy Plane Design for 2017 Toy Design Competition organised by Singapore Polytechnic.
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