As technology evolves ever more quickly in all aspects of modern living, it is important that the next generation know as much as possible about design, electronics, programming and integration in order to stay competitive. This is why robotics is becoming increasingly important at all levels of education.

Enrichment is for Everyone!

Enrichment makes a subject more meaningful and more rewarding for everybody. Why wouldn’t it? It allows us to look at whatever we’re doing  in more depth and get to the bottom of it…to own it. All humans can benefit from enrichment and it can give us all opportunities to explore and use our imagination. 

We believe that parents and other forms of human beings can enjoy this course with or without their kids, even if they have some. It’s a great way to interact and enjoy working with other people.

This is an Enrichment program because it doesn’t just give you a kit to assemble with instructions. It’s up to you to learn the skills and understanding required to build any robot, and get a grip on the brave new world in which we live. Maybe you’ll be inspired to choose a career in this rich and rewarding field.


– Loads of Labs: See & Feel Electricity, Electronics, Programming, Designing
– Write computer code to tell your robot what to do
– Discover how IR and RF remote control works
– Understand how to use DC motors
– Learn how to interpret circuit diagrams

Get at least 4 participants and we’ll arrange to come to you!

Dig In and Engage Yourself

The course brings you opportunities to learn and enrich yourself with many of the fundamentals of robotics. You will discover many of these fundamentals through hands-on maker labs. Delve as deep as you want, while we learn what makes a robot go. We introduce the framework with the following fundamentals, and more:

Fundamentals of Electricity

  • Electric Circuits
  • AC and DC Power Sources
  • Electric Circuit Diagrams
  • Series and Parallel Circuits
  • Protecting Electrical and Electronic Circuits
  • Using a Multimeter to measure Voltage, Current and Resistance
  • Ohm’s Law
  • Resistor Colour Codes

Fundamentals of Electronics

  • Analog and Digital Electronics
  • Pulse Wave Modulation
  • Electronic Components
  • Working with LEDs
  • Breadboard Prototyping

Fundamentals of Computer Programming

  • Variables
  • Instructions and Conditional Statements
  • Logic States

Introduction to Arduino

  • The Arduino IDE and Software
  • Setting Up Your Arduino UNO

Robotics Course Syllabus

Day 1, 2

– Introduction to Electricity and Circuits
– Using a Digital Multimeter

Day 3, 4
– Introduction to Electronics including:
  – Electronic Components
    (eg:Capacitors, Resistors, LEDs)
  – Breadboarding 

Day 5

– Introduction to Computer Programming,
 – Computer Logic: Variables, Loops,  Conditional Statements

Day 6
– Robotic Input and Output, including: 
  – Sensors, Controllers, Digital and Analog
    Signals, Pulse Wave Modulation (PWM)

Day 7
– Introduction to Arduino, including:
  – Digital and Analog Signals
  – Inputs and Outputs
  – Programming the Arduino

Day 8
– Using Infrared Sensors

Day 9
– Assembling Your Robot Car, including:
– Wiring, Soldering and Gluing

Day 10
– Complete and Demonstrate
  Your Robot Car




– Interactive Math including: Calculus, Fractions, Complete the Square, Factoring Quadratics and more

– Interactive Science including: Fundamentals of Chemistry