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RoboClub.com.au

RoboClub.com.au brings science, technology, engineering, arts and maths (STEAM), to people of all ages in a fun and challenging way through programs that are integrated with the RoboClub Open Source Framework.

The RoboClub Framework consisting of Plug & Play (PnP) Hardware as well as Drag & Drop Visual Programming was developed by integrating many of the recent innovations in the Open Source Electronics field into a simple to use, inexpensive environment that rivals the more expensive proprietary products.

We run numerous afterschool workshops as well as school holiday programs at various locations around the metro area.

Our programs can be delivered to students as young as 10 although we have had students as young as 6 graduate from our Introductory programs. The main requirement is that they know how to use a computer & mouse ie be able to click, drag, drop etc.

Participants in our workshops receive a complete and progressive learning tool giving them the opportunity to engage in learning in a fun way about real life engineering and robotics challenges without having to grapple with complex programming language syntaxes. The framework allows anyone (& we mean anyone) to create almost anything by incorporating technology into their everyday lives.

This intuitive visual programming environment also teaches students good programming techniques yet is still sophisticated enough to allow advanced students to look "under the bonnet" if required. The main benefit of this is that students can grow with the framework & use the same technologies currently being used at university level.

We are proud to be able to inspire students to build on their natural curiosity by teaching engineering concepts through hands-on learning through invention. Technology (via Engineering) is now one of the fastest growing industries in the world!

All of our instructors come from educational or engineering backgrounds. We also work with & prepare students for any science or robotics competitions where open source electronics is permitted.

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