Regular Workshop

Every suite covers all three learning pillars with a focus at the end of each suite.  Selected suits are available at other locations in collaboration with Dr. i- Kids and Learning garden. In our regular STEM courses we use Minecraft, LEGO robots and Little Bits, to make the courses more engaging and fun for kids.

How old is your kid?

Juniors

The Junior program are tailored for naturally curious thinkers that seek to explore the world. Kids will apply the Engineering Design Process: Brainstorm, Design, Construct, Test and to Improve.

Apprentice

The Apprentice program are suitable for potential engineers and explorers. Children will apply the Engineering design process: Design, Construct, Test and to Improve. Hands-on activities will be delivered through an interactive session.

Master

The Master program are for advance engineers, the complex tasks will require more then basic engineering knowledge, but effective teamwork as well.

Junior (Age 4-6)

Regular workshops are run on Saturdays. Visit contact us page for centre address

Date/Time

Sep

Oct

Nov

Dec

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jr Robotic Prime

11-12pm & 2-3pm

Pillars: Robotics and Coding

Using LEGO@ bricks, students build a hungry alligator, a flying bird, and a roaring lion. They also learn how to make their creations acts using a laptop computer.

 

Pillars: Robotics and Coding

Using LEGO@ bricks, students engage in adventure stories and they need to create planes, sailboats etc to complete the journey. They need to to code and operate their voyager by a laptop computer.

Pillars: Technology and Coding

Embark on fun journey to space with Scratch! Send an astronaut to the moon and defend your moon base from space rocks. Learn how to use Scratch to create and program and be inspired to explore the universe of programming as a Space Pioneer.

Pillars: Smart City and Energy

This class is centred on exploring the concepts of building and construction through hands-on exploration and design. Students investigate the engineering behind sky scrapers, bridges, columns and more through fun and engaging experience.

Pillars: Smart City & Energy

In this class, students explore the concepts of marine engineering and mechanics, harnessing hydro power, and discovering designs that help us make the impossible possible. They will be thrill by the excitement in mastering the power of water.

Pillars: Robotics and Coding

Using LEGO@ bricks,  students are challenged to to design and create different machines.  They learn how to control the machine through coding to solve different problems each day.

Pillar: Robotics and Coding

Milo is the robot explorer,  students make their own robot explorer using LEGO@.  They learn ideas on automatic controls and  response just like our future robot interact with the environment or humans.  Probably they could create their own Milo adventure story!

Smart City Blueprint

12-1pm & 3-4pm

Pillars: Smart City & Energy

This class is centred on exploring the concepts of building and construction through hands-on exploration and design. Students investigate the engineering behind sky scrapers, bridges, columns and more through fun and engaging experience.

Pillar: Smart City and Energy

In this class, students explore the concepts of marine engineering and mechanics, harnessing hydro power, and discovering designs that help us make the impossible possible. They will be thrill by the excitement in mastering the power of water.

Pillars: Robotics and Coding

Using LEGO@ bricks,  students are challenged to to design and create different machines.  They learn how to control the machine through coding to solve different problems each day.

Pillars: Robotics and Coding

Using LEGO@ bricks, students engage in adventure stories and they need to create planes, sailboats etc to complete the journey. They need to to code and operate their voyager by a laptop computer.

Pillars: Technology and Coding

Students are going to explore how different sounds are created.  Through the use of Makey Makey and Scratch to bring music interact with our body in an amazing way! The last day will end with a bang, or at least a really great mini concert from all students!

Pillars: Smart City and Energy

Students will be introduced to the fundamental concepts of force, movement and energy.  They will construct and investigate toys throughout this unit which includes  spinners, magical boomerang cans and  poppers etc.  They can explore further and play with their family at home!

Pillars: Smart City and Energy

The class introduce students to fundamental concepts for humans challenging into air.  Students construct and test airplanes, rockets and balloons into air for humans to travel and explore the atmosphere and and above.

Date/Time

Sep

Oct

Nov

Dec

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jr Robotic Prime

11am-12noon

Pillars: Robotics and Coding

Using LEGO@ bricks, students build a hungry alligator, a flying bird, and a roaring lion. They also learn how to make their creations acts using a laptop computer.

 

Pillars: Robotics and Coding

Using LEGO@ bricks, students engage in adventure stories and they need to create planes, sailboats etc to complete the journey. They need to to code and operate their voyager by a laptop computer.

Pillars: Technology and Coding

Embark on fun journey to space with Scratch! Send an astronaut to the moon and defend your moon base from space rocks. Learn how to use Scratch to create and program and be inspired to explore the universe of programming as a Space Pioneer.

Pillars: Smart City and Energy

This class is centred on exploring the concepts of building and construction through hands-on exploration and design. Students investigate the engineering behind sky scrapers, bridges, columns and more through fun and engaging experience.

Pillars: Smart City & Energy

In this class, students explore the concepts of marine engineering and mechanics, harnessing hydro power, and discovering designs that help us make the impossible possible. They will be thrill by the excitement in mastering the power of water.

Pillars: Robotics and Coding

Using LEGO@ bricks,  students are challenged to to design and create different machines.  They learn how to control the machine through coding to solve different problems each day.

Pillar: Robotics and Coding

Milo is the robot explorer,  students make their own robot explorer using LEGO@.  They learn ideas on automatic controls and  response just like our future robot interact with the environment or humans.  Probably they could create their own Milo adventure story!

Smart City Blueprint

12-1pm

Pillars: Smart City & Energy

This class is centred on exploring the concepts of building and construction through hands-on exploration and design. Students investigate the engineering behind sky scrapers, bridges, columns and more through fun and engaging experience.

Pillar: Smart City and Energy

In this class, students explore the concepts of marine engineering and mechanics, harnessing hydro power, and discovering designs that help us make the impossible possible. They will be thrill by the excitement in mastering the power of water.

Pillars: Robotics and Coding

Using LEGO@ bricks,  students are challenged to to design and create different machines.  They learn how to control the machine through coding to solve different problems each day.

Pillars: Robotics and Coding

Using LEGO@ bricks, students engage in adventure stories and they need to create planes, sailboats etc to complete the journey. They need to to code and operate their voyager by a laptop computer.

Pillars: Technology and Coding

Students are going to explore how different sounds are created.  Through the use of Makey Makey and Scratch to bring music interact with our body in an amazing way! The last day will end with a bang, or at least a really great mini concert from all students!

Pillars: Smart City and Energy

Students will be introduced to the fundamental concepts of force, movement and energy.  They will construct and investigate toys throughout this unit which includes  spinners, magical boomerang cans and  poppers etc.  They can explore further and play with their family at home!

Pillars: Smart City and Energy

The class introduce students to fundamental concepts for humans challenging into air.  Students construct and test airplanes, rockets and balloons into air for humans to travel and explore the atmosphere and and above.

Date/Time

Sep

Oct

Nov

Dec

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jr Smart City Blueprint

4-5pm

Pillars: Smart City and Energy

8,15,22,29 Sep (Sat)

This class is centred on exploring the concepts of building and construction through hands-on exploration and design. Students investigate the engineering behind sky scrapers, bridges, columns and more through fun and engaging experience.

Pillar: Smart City and Energy

6,13,30,27 Oct (Sat)

 

In this class, students explore the concepts of marine engineering and mechanics, harnessing hydro power, and discovering designs that help us make the impossible possible. They will be thrill by the excitement in mastering the power of water.

Pillars: Robotics and Coding

3,10,17,24 Nov (Sat)

Using LEGO@ bricks,  students are challenged to to design and create different machines.  They learn how to control the machine through coding to solve different problems each day.

Pillars: Robotics and Coding

1,8,15,29 Dec (Sat)

 

Using LEGO@ bricks, students engage in adventure stories and they need to create planes, sailboats etc to complete the journey. They need to to code and operate their voyager by a laptop computer.

Pillars: Technology and Coding

5,12,19,26 Jan (Sat); 

2,9,16,23 Feb (Sat)

Students are going to explore how different sounds are created.  Through the use of Makey Makey and Scratch to bring music interact with our body in an amazing way! The last day will end with a bang, or at least a really great mini concert from all students!

Pillars: Smart City and Energy

2,9,16,23,30 Mar (Sat)

 6,13,27 Apr (Sat)

Students will be introduced to the fundamental concepts of force, movement and energy.  They will construct and investigate toys throughout this unit which includes  spinners, magical boomerang cans and  poppers etc.  They can explore further and play with their family at home!

Pillars: Smart City and Energy

4,11,18,25 May (Sat)

 

The class introduce students to fundamental concepts for humans challenging into air.  Students construct and test airplanes, rockets and balloons into air for humans to travel and explore the atmosphere and and above.

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Apprentice (Age 7-10)

Regular workshops are run on Saturdays. Visit contact us page for centre address

Date/Time

Sep

Oct

Nov

Dec

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Robotic Prime​

10-11am & 2-3pm

Pillars: Robotics and Coding

8,15,22,29 Sep (Sat)

6,13,20,27 Oct (Sat)

Students explore ways in which a LEGO@ robot could be utilized in the medical field. Tasks include but not limited to setting a bone, removing harmful bacteria, administering aid and operation.

Pillars: Smart City & Energy

3,10,17,24 Nov (Sat)

1,8,15,29 Dec (Sat)

Students design, create, test and refine various mixtures and solutions with different chemical properties. They develop solutions to clean up oil spill, synthesize their own rocket fuel and investigate the secrets behind colour pigmentations.

Pillars: Technology and Coding

5,12,19,26 Jan (Sat)

2,9,16,23 Feb (Sat)

Students design and create their very own electronic hydrocraft racing game. They create a storyboardcharacters for our game, and game rules useing Clickteam Fusion 2.5® for programming.

Pillars: Robotics and Coding

2,9,16,23,30 Mar (Sat)

6,13,27 Apr (Sat)

4,11,18,25 May (Sat)

Students create robots that can transfer nuclear waste, mine raw minerals and deliver food and goods using the shortest route to tackle various environmental challenges.

Smart City Blueprint

10-11am & 4-5pm

Pillars: Smart City & Energy

8,15,22,29 Sep (Sat)

6,13,20,27 Oct (Sat)

Introduce students to the concepts of electricity and magnetismcircuit design plus completing projects based on various hands-on materials.

Pillars: Technology and Coding

3,10,17,24 Nov (Sat)

1,8,15,29 Dec (Sat)

Students are going to create their own tower electronic game.  They use computer program to design game rules, make towers and defend it against invaders.

Pillars: Robotics and Coding

5,12,19,26 Jan (Sat)

 

2,9,16,23 Feb (Sat)

Students create robots that can transfer nuclear waste, mine raw minerals and deliver food and goods using the shortest route to tackle various environmental challenges.

Pillars: Smart City & Energy

2,9,16,23,30 Mar (Sat)

6,13,27 Apr (Sat)

Students construct working prototypes that reinforce the concepts on water transportation, underwater exploration, and harnessing the water power etc.

Pillars: Smart City & Energy

4,11,18,25 May (Sat)

Examine different structures that reach us into the sky, students discover the force, stability, structures and how engineers put things under test.

Technology Venture I

11-12pm & 3-4pm

Pillars: Technology and Coding

8,15,22,29 Sep (Sat)

 

6,13,20,27 Oct (Sat)

On your mark, get set, GO! Kids are drawn to the excitement of a race. Students program their unique car racing game anticipating who will be the winner the electronic game through collaboration.

Pillars: Robotics and Coding

3,10,17,24 Nov (Sat)

1,8,15,29 Dec (Sat)

Students assemble their LEGO@ robots and code engaging them in basketball throwing, tug-of-war and wrestling.  They need to compete, modify their designs enhancing problem solving skillsbuilding up confidence and collaborative skills.

Pillars: Smart City & Energy

5,12,19,26 Jan (Sat)

2,9,16,23 Feb (Sat) 

Students will explore the basic concepts of 3D printing and computer-aided design, or CAD, to bring their most awesome Minecraft creation to life! They learn how to extrude it into a 3D model that can then be modified to be printed in 3D.

Pillars: Robotics and Coding

2,9,16,23,30 Mar (Sat)

6,13,27 Apr (Sat)

 

4,11,18,25 May (Sat)

The course will challenge student’s ingenuity and problem solving skills as they navigate through several engineering challenges.  They need teamwork and manage resources to experiment with designs and materials like an engineer in the real world.

Technology Venture II

12-1pm & 4-5pm

Pillars: Robotics and Coding

8,15,22,29 Sep (Sat)

 

6,13,20,27 Oct (Sat)

Students explore ways in which a LEGO@ robot could be utilized in the medical field. Tasks include but not limited to setting a bone, removing harmful bacteria, administering aid and operation.

Pillars: Technology and Coding

3,10,17,24 Nov (Sat)

1,8,15,29 Dec (Sat)

Eek! The bugs are after our birthday cake!! Students will create our own version of an invader defense electronic game in which we have to defend our birthday cake from an infestation of ravenous bugs!

Pillars: Smart City & Energy

5,12,19,26 Jan (Sat)

 

2,9,16,23 Feb (Sat)

Students design, create, test and refine various mixtures and solutions with different chemical properties. They develop solutions to clean up oil spill, synthesize their own rocket fuel and investigate the secrets behind colour pigmentations.

Pillars: Technology and Coding

2,9,16,23,30 Mar (Sat)

6,13,27 Apr (Sat)

 

4,11,18,25 May (Sat)

Students explore the basics of mechatronics engineering and logic based programming using littleBits.  They work together to design gadgets, tools, and machines that will help Kelvin getting out of any sticky situation he may encounter.

Date/Time

Sep

Oct

Nov

Dec

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Smart City Blueprint

10-11am

Pillars: Smart City & Energy

Introduce students to the concepts of electricity and magnetismcircuit design plus completing projects based on various hands-on materials.

Pillars: Technology and Coding

Students are going to create their own tower electronic game.  They use computer program to design game rules, make towers and defend it against invaders.

Pillars: Robotics and Coding

Students create robots that can transfer nuclear waste, mine raw minerals and deliver food and goods using the shortest route to tackle various environmental challenges.

Pillars: Smart City & Energy

 

Students construct working prototypes that reinforce the concepts on water transportation, underwater exploration, and harnessing the water power etc.

Pillars: Smart City & Energy

Examine different structures that reach us into the sky, students discover the force, stability, structures and how engineers put things under test.

Date/Time

Sep

Oct

Nov

Dec

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Technology Venture

3-4pm

Pillars: Technology and Coding

On your mark, get set, GO! Kids are drawn to the excitement of a race. Students program their unique car racing game anticipating who will be the winner the electronic game through collaboration.

 

Pillars: Robotics and Coding

Students assemble their LEGO@ robots and code engaging them in basketball throwing, tug-of-war and wrestling.  They need to compete, modify their designs enhancing problem solving skillsbuilding up confidence and collaborative skills.

Pillars: Smart City & Energy

Students will explore the basic concepts of 3D printing and computer-aided design, or CAD, to bring their most awesome Minecraft creation to life! They learn how to extrude it into a 3D model that can then be modified to be printed in 3D.

 

Pillars: Technology and Coding

The course will challenge student’s ingenuity and problem solving skills as they navigate through several engineering challenges.  They need teamwork and manage resources to experiment with designs and materials like an engineer in the real world.

Smart City Blueprint

5-6pm

Pillars: Smart City & Energy

Introduce students to the concepts of electricity and magnetismcircuit design plus completing projects based on various hands-on materials.

 

Pillars: Technology and Coding

Students are going to create their own tower electronic game.  They use computer program to design game rules, make towers and defend it against invaders.

Pillars: Robotics and Coding

Students create robots that can transfer nuclear waste, mine raw minerals and deliver food and goods using the shortest route to tackle various environmental challenges.

 

Pillars: Smart City & Energy

Students construct working prototypes that reinforce the concepts on water transportation, underwater exploration, and harnessing the water power etc.

Pillars: Smart City & Energy

Examine different structures that reach us into the sky, students discover the force, stability, structures and how engineers put things under test.

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Master (Age 11-14)

Courses available for Master Engineers are not available at the moment. However, we are able to offer master courses for private workshops!