Teacher Training Program on Electronics

We cover the skill gaps in electronics so that you can teach robotics and programming better
and with more possibilities.
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Next Batch Starting on August 11, 2020
5 Seats Per Batch
You will learn it

How It Works

Order the KIT-1

 KIT-1 is mandatory for this program. Educational Innovations is our authorised reseller partner.
Click here to buy

Join the Next Online Batch

Choose from amongst the available batches. We run two batches every month. Once you confirm, pay for the training charges.

Live Class Schedule

Classes are held every Tuesday and Friday. A total of 12 live classes will be hosted. Each live class duration is 1 hour 40 mins.

Live Class Format

15 min Zoom Call + 70 Minute Live 4K Youtube Streaming with Live Chat  + 5 Min Zoom Feedback Call. Total Training Time- for the program is 21 Hours.

Access Recordings Any Time

Classes are recorded and will be available for your after the training is over.  
21
Training Hours
12
Live Classes
40+
Hands-on Projects
3
Learning levels

No prior experience is required in electronics and hardware.

Choose Your Batch

Time mentioned below is in CDT. If you are in a different time zone, we will work together with you.
Last date of booking: Aug 7, 2020

How It works?

Admission:

Program fees is USD $799 + taxes (KIT-1 included)
Program fees is USD $650 + taxes (KIT-1 excluded). This fees is applicable if you already own KIT-1.
Limited Seats. Admission strictly on a first-come, first-served basis.
Admissions will not be entertained after fulfilment of seats and the final deadline.
Last date of registration is July 30, 2020.
Admission to the batch is confirmed after
the submission of ‘registration form’ and camp fees.

Deliverables

Each participant will get the Mand Labs KIT-1. The kit will be shipped to you before the program starts.
21 hours of dedicated online training on electronics, along with 3 quizzes.
Educators learn about different electronic components & build an array of hands-on projects.
Hands-on projects are backed by theoretical explanations in depth.

Which camp is meant for you?

DIY Premier Junior Electronics Camp
Recommended for Middle Schoolers, Grade 6-8
The camp will benefit middle-school children in developing a strong interest and love for science and engineering. They get the early exposure to build technology with their bare hands, see science in action and develop technical skills in the process. Kids start appreciating the technology that they use in their daily lives and make an effort to decode it than just being its mere consumer.

Not only do they learn to treat each electronic component as a building block, they develop the confidence to learn, tinker and hack the technology with their own creative ideas. It is truly a life-changing experience for many kids. Moreover, it is great fun and gives kids an exciting opportunity to develop new hobby, off their iPads.
DIY Premier Senior Electronics Camp
Recommended for High Schoolers, Grade 9-12
The camp will benefit high-school students in developing a strong research-based aptitude with an approach towards physics, engineering and technology. Specifically, for students interested in pursuing STEM careers, robotics, deep-tech, electrical/mechanical engineering, computing, programming and hardware tech, the camp will add a whole new dimension to their thought process.

The curriculum in the program is mapped to international physics standards and would help students in building a strong concept clarity in topics, including, current and electricity, and semiconductors. This would further strengthen their foundation to tackle problems in standardized tests, including AP Physics, IGCSE physics and SAT physics.

Benefits

Hands-on workshop at NSTA STEM Forum & Expo, PA, 2018 for 50 Science Teachers
Cover your knowledge and skill gaps in electronics, from basics of electricity to applied concepts of transistors in robotics
Discover new way to teach Kirchhoff's Voltage Law, Kirchhoff's Current Law, Ohm's Law, Principle of EMI (Electromagnetic Induction), Esaki Effect
Learn to apply concepts of physics to design robots
Work on 40+ hands-on projects in the live classes and discover new technology facts and prototyping tips
Take home three new quizzes to make your classrooms more competitive and engaging
The camp will benefit STEM educators and professionals who are deeply interested in upgrading their tech skills and advancing their knowledge in the domain of electronics and electrical engineering. The camp focusses on helping educators teach and demonstrate laws of physics governing electricity and magnetism through an exciting array of DIY projects. Moreover, for makers and professionals, the camp provides an exciting opportunity to build a strong foundation in designing and analysing circuits. 

The live workshops are a rich-mix of circuit building and modifications, post-project discussions, learning about electronic components, their history and sharing interesting technology facts, classroom tips, and fun. It is a perfect fit for teachers who run maker spaces and educational robotics programs in their schools. At the end of the camp, we will also share classroom presentations and resources developed by Mand Labs engineers for your usage and distribution.

What's More!

Learn from engineers with decades of experience in electronics design
Professional Video Streaming (FHD/4k) and Audio Quality
Well-rounded curriculum to quickly get you started in the world of electronics and prototyping
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Gurpawan Mand
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