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Robotics with LEGO

About This Course

Studying robotics is a fun way to learn new skills and explore new ideas! Through critical thinking and problem-solving, students build and program robots to complete a variety of tasks. This hands-on course introduces students to robotics or uses their existing skills to expand their understanding. All levels, beginner to advanced are welcome. Using official competition tables and challenges, students of all levels enjoy working towards competitive robotics in a relaxed yet structured setting. With rapid advancements in technology and the increasing demand for automation, robotics is an exciting choice.

You'll learn to:

  • Design, assemble and program robots to perform a variety of tasks
  • Use essential programming concepts; such as loops, conditions, and variables. These concepts apply to other fields of technology
  • Use sensor inputs to allow robots to interact with their environment and respond to real time conditions
  • Use robot design and programming principles to practice effective design strategies to complete mission

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Fourteen hours of one on one private instruction or one complete course. Weekday or weekend appointments with a live instructor onsite at our facility. Once lessons begin, students meet routinely each week on set days and times for one or more hours per week consecutively until the course hours have been completed. Appointments are subject to availability.

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Robotics with LEGO
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