Marrickville – Robotics: Arduino (Age 10-17)

Course Overview

Students will learn the fundamentals of Arduino robotics. It will include practical and theoretical knowledge of building a robot.

  • Introduction to robotics, our kit components, functionality of these components and how they work together
  • Introducing coding, Arduino IDE, how computers read code (binary numbers), bits and bites, functions and keywords in the C language, how the code affects our components
  • Fundamentals of Electrical engineering, how our components have been created, how the components function through these fundamentals of electrical engineering
  • Schematics and power, ensures we have connected components correctly, power sources for sustainability and experiments
  • Motors, how they operate internally, how our code affects the speed and direction, applications and experiments
  • Sensors, how they function internally, how our code affects a sensor, different types of sensors and experiments with our sensor
  • Mini project utilising gained knowledge and skills in preparation for the own robot.

Robotics Kits

  • Students will receive robotics kits to take home and practice at home.

Study Materials

  • Materials will be provided prior to the delivery of the lesson each week.
  •  Students will have E-learning class access
  • Students will work on their own projects provided by the instructor
  • Fun and Interactive lesson materials.

Prior Knowledge & Experience

  • Students do not need to have any previous knowledge and experience in coding.
  • Instructors starts from the scratch

Certificate upon Completion

  • Students will be assessed and provided certificates.

Booking details


Marrickville – Robotics: Arduino (Age 10-17)
7 Oct
1 Day Workshop – 9.00 am – 3.30 pm

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