WE ARE NULLSPACE
We are appointed by IMDA as an Infocomm Club Appointed Vendor (ICAV) to conduct Code for Fun, ICT Learning Roadmap Courses, Digital Maker Programme using BBC micro:bit, and classes at IMDA PIXEL Labs.
We organise the annual IDE Series competition event.
Competitive Robotics Training
IDA ICT Learning Roadmap
IDA Code for Fun
LEGO Robotics Certificate
using LEGO® WeDo 2.0
More than just a LEGO building class, the WeDo 2.0 kit is designed to encourage critical thinking and expose kids to various Science topics such as life, physical, earth, space sciences, as well as engineering.
Learn about Science and basic coding skills through our Junior Robotics courses!
Total of 3 project courses, each course consists of 4 x 2 hours sessions (total of 8 hours per course).
Robotics Certificate Programme
using LEGO® Mindstorms EV3
Sign up for our weekly courses, choosing from our Robotics Certificate Program Beginner, Intermediate, or Advanced.
Total of 6 levels, each level consists of 10 hours of hands on coursework. Lessons are conducted using the LEGO® Mindstorms EV3 System.
using BBC micro:bit
Junior Maker Programme is developed by Nullspace to encourage creativity and hands-on learning in kids.
Students will be exposed to basic programming concepts and learn about electronics circuit and components. This fun and engaging 10 hour course will introduce students to making their own electronics projects using the popular BBC micro:bit controller!
Keen to explore electronics and Arduino boards to build your own ideas and projects? You can in our coding classes!
Learn valuable coding and electronics skills through our Arduino Inventor Courses!
Total of 6 levels, each level consists of 4 x 2.5 hours sessions (total of 10 hours per level). Lessons are conducted using the Arduino-compatible UNO Microcontroller Board.
CATALYST is a programme by Nullspace to develop the next generation of young innovators and change-makers. CATALYST sessions are a mixture of small group consultation, project fabrication, and idea presentations.
Students will go through coding classes, and small group project mentoring and project development sessions with senior technology instructors.
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