Workshops

Workshops - Term 1 2020

We run Arduino workshops right across the Adelaide region (South Australia). 
Participants are not required to bring anything to the Arduino workshops, all equipment is provided.
As we partner with local councils to deliver some of these Arduino workshops, the cost differs as they are subsided to varying degrees. Please refer to each specific workshop for actual pricing and times.

Introductory

This 1 hour session is a taste-tester and introduction to the Arduino microprocessor, programming and electronics using Ardublock, a “drag and drop” interface. No previous experience is required.

Locations

Friday 17th January, 5pm – Book Here

Saturday 18th January, 10am – Book Here

Friday 24rd January, 5pm – Book Here

Saturday 25th January, 10am – Book Here

$35 per participant.

Wednesday 15th January, 10:30 am – Book Here

(Subsidised) $5 per participant

Thursday 23rd January, 10:30 am – Book Here

(Subsidised) $5 per participant

Thursday 16th January, 5pm – Book Here

(Subsidised) Free

The following 90 minute workshops run for 8 weeks (8 sessions) over the course of a school term as participants build on their knowledge from week to week.

Beginners

The aim of the Beginner workshops is to empower the participants with enough knowledge to be able to make their own basic projects. These workshops utilise the Ardublock “drag and drop” interface to simplify programming and are aimed at participants who may have little to no experience in microprocessor programming.

Locations

Friday February 7th – April 3rd

5:00pm – 6:30pm

$320 for eight weeks

OR

Saturday February 8th – April 4th

9:00am – 10:30am

$320 for eight weeks

To book, contact info@techspacelearning.org

Saturday February 8th – April 4th

10:30am – 12:00pm

(Subsidised) $240 for eight weeks

To book, contact info@techspacelearning.org

Thursday February 6th – March 26th

5:00pm – 6:30pm

$320 for eight weeks

To book, contact info@techspacelearning.org

Beginners 2

These workshops are designed for participants who have completed the Beginners workshops using the ArduBlock system, but are not quite ready to move onto the Intermediate sessions where typing is required. These workshops introduce more complex concepts and new devices such as servo motors, LCD screens and ultrasonic sensors, while retaining the ArduBlock interface.

Locations

Saturday Feb 8th – April 4th

11:00am – 12:30pm

$320 for eight weeks

To book, contact info@techspacelearning.org

Intermediate

The Intermediate workshops introduce the basic skills required to program the Arduino in its native C-based language. While participants are not required to have completed the Beginners workshops, reasonable keyboard skills and some previous minor experience with programming is desirable.

Locations

Friday February 7th – April 3rd

7:00pm – 8:30pm

$320 for eight weeks

To book, contact info@techspacelearning.org

Advanced

The Advanced workshops will expand on the participants knowledge of the more complex techniques, modules and devices that are available for the Arduino platform and demonstrating how to use them. Moderate knowledge of Arduino programming is required.

Locations

No planned workshops for Term 1 2020

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 info@techspacelearning.org.