What We Do

We run Arduino workshops in the Adelaide region (South Australia) based around the Arduino platform. The purpose of the Arduino workshops is to empower the participants with enough knowledge to continue their exploration of robotics and programming beyond these workshops at their own pace. Our Arduino workshops start from the very basics, suitable for all ages and anyone who has no prior experience. 
With our focus on hands-on projects, participants learn to troubleshoot problems themselves while learning the building blocks of programming for the Arduino. We provide all equipment necessary for the Arduino workshops, all we require is interested people.
We provide training for teachers and other professionals in the basics of Arduino programming, enabling them to be able to support their students in the classroom. The training is hands-on and practical with a focus on understanding the basic principles. The sessions are flexible and can be tailored to suit individual situations.
We can customise a display using a range of gadgets and machines that we have constructed over time demonstrating the flexibility of the Arduino microprocessor, and how individuals can use their creativity to build their own devices.

What is Arduino?

Arduino is a cheap, easy to use and expandable open-source microprocessor platform that allows users to build their own robots and gadgets. Learn more about Arduino.

The Lions Scholarship Fund

We have partnered with the Hallett Cove and Districts Lions Club and the Adelaide City Lions Club to administer funds made available by those clubs to assist disadvantaged members of the community who may wish to take advantage of the services offered by Techspace Learning Inc.

We are a registered Learning Destination for Children’s University.

“Children’s University Australia provides extra-curricular learning opportunities to children aged between 7 and 14 years old, and volunteer opportunities to 15-18 year olds…” – Children’s University

See us at The Hallett Cove Shopping Centre

17th and 23rd of January