Don’s manner and presentation were both professional, yet easy going. The children were thoroughly engaged.
St Leonards OHSCGlenelg North
Techspace learning have been great to work with. Don is friendly and approachable and obviously passionate about what he does. The feedback we have received from the young people and their parents has been very positive. They love the robotics club and the centre comes to life on a Saturday afternoon with a really positive buzz coming from the room.
City of Marion
We are grateful for the relationships and ongoing support of the following organisations:
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.
Application is via emailing a completed Application Form, followed by an interview with the applicant. For more information contact Don at email@example.com.
We are proud to have partnered with the following organisations to deliver workshops across the Adelaide region:
Cove Civic Centre, City of Marion
Playford Library, City of Playford
Parks Library, City of PAE
Mitcham Library, City of Mitcham
Yankalilla Library, City of Yankalilla
Woodcroft Library, City of Onkaparinga
Prospect Library, City of Prospect
DARA School, Ascot Park
Australian Science and Maths School, Bedford Park
Hallett Cove R-12 School, Hallett Cove
St Martin de Porres School, Sheidow Park
St Leonards Primary School, Glenelg
Corromandel Valley Primary School, Corromandel Valley
“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
Techspace Learning Inc. runs the Hallett Cove Robotics Club, which meets at the Hallett Cove R-12 School every Wednesday evening during school terms between 5pm and 7pm. At the Club meetings we either engage in building our own individual projects, or collectively may explore a new device or technique using the Arduino. It is a place for like minds to get together to share experiences and ideas. Contact us for more information.
Adelaide City Robotics Club
Techspace Learning Inc. runs the Adelaide City Robotics Club, which meets at Aztronics in Sturt Street, Adelaide every Saturday afternoon during school terms between 2pm and 4pm. At the Club meetings we either engage in building our own individual projects, or collectively may explore a new device or technique using the Arduino. It is a place for like minds to get together to share experiences and ideas. Contact us for more information.
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