World Educational Robotics Training

Build, callibrate and program an Abilix robot to execute automated tasks
Get ready for the World Educational Robotics Contest 2020 UK national event*
 

WER robotics curriculum training

Participants ages 5 to 18 
Work in teams of 2 to 3 robotics engineers
Expert support - Sheffield Robotics Hub
 
Discovery STEM Education Centre, Kelham Island Museum
 
Please book using the Paypal link below*
Saturday WER Group
90 mins
WER Fledglings (Ages 5 to 8 years) - 1.30 to 3pm
WER Apprentices (Ages 9 -12) - 3.15 to 4.45pm
WER Professionals (Ages 13-18) - 10.30am to 12pm
 
2019/20-2 (4 sessions)
9 Nov, 16 Nov, 23 Nov, 7 Dec (no session 30 Nov)
fully booked 
 
2019/20-3 (5 sessions) 
11 Jan to 8 Feb
Fledglings/ Apprentices fully booked 
Monday WER Group New!
60 mins
WER Apprentices (Ages 9 -12) - 5.30 to 6.30pm

2019/20-3 (4 sessions) 
13 Jan to 3 Feb
WER Robotics Training 2019/20-3
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*Please note sessions can only be booked as a block booking in advance. Paypal payment  confirms the booking. Booking dates are not interchangeable. Parents and carers are not permitted to remain in sessions. Terms & Conditions

**WER competition entry is based on performance in age related categories.  Competition entry is not a requirement - participants not intending on offical competetion entry are welcome to book into training and develop their coding and robotics skills.
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