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Robotics Certificate Programme

Using LEGO® Education SPIKE™ Prime

Suitable for Ages 9 to 14 years old
Max Class Size8 students / instructor
Lesson Duration2 hours per session
Course Fees5 sessions – ₱7,500 or
10 sessions – ₱14,250

Our LEGO Robotics class aims to develop LEGO Robotics proficiency in children. Using the brand-new LEGO® Education SPIKE™ Prime robotics kit, students will learn to build and programme robots using various sensors and programming automation.

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LEGO Robotics Class Structure

Course Progression and Format

There are a total of 3 progressive levels to complete the LEGO Robotics Certificate Programme. Each level consists of approximately 8 class sessions

The course progression is in the following format:

  • SPIKE Prime Foundation Class
  • SPIKE Prime Beginner Class x 7 sessions
  • CSARC: Certification in LEGO® Robotics for Learners (Grade 1 / Beginner)
  • SPIKE Prime Intermediate Class x 8 sessions
  • CSARC: Certification in LEGO® Robotics for Learners (Grade 2 / Intermediate)
  • SPIKE Prime Advanced Class x 8 sessions
  • CSARC: Certification in LEGO® Robotics for Learners (Grade 3 / Advanced)

Example 1: New Student (No Prior Experience)

Jessica has just recently enrolled with Nullspace’s LEGO Robotics class to learn more about coding and robotics. Jessica is 9 years old and has no prior experience in this area.

Jessica registers for SPIKE Prime Foundation Session to see if she likes the class and can follow the class curriculum.

After that Jessica signs up for 7 Beginner Classes to complete the Beginner syllabus. This ensures that she has covered all topics tested in the Beginner levels. In total she needs to complete 8 Beginner lesson checklist activities (inclusive of Foundation).

Jessica then registers for the CSARC Beginner Proficiency Test and managed to pass the assessment. She can then proceeds to register for the Intermediate level.

Example 2: Student with Prior Robotics Experience

Matthew is 11 years old and he has been part of his school’s robotics club for 1 year. He will like to attend more LEGO Robotics class with Nullspace. Matthew sat for the Generic Proficiency Test ($50) to ascertain his current skill level. Based on the test it was determined that Matthew has the proficiency to miss the first few lessons, and will only require 3 more Beginner Classes to bridge any misconceptions or lack of knowledge he has.

After Matthew passes the CSARC Beginner Proficiency test he then proceeds to the Intermediate course level.

Example 3: Student did not clear Proficiency Test

Jayden completed his required activities for Intermediate level and registers for the CSARC Intermediate Proficiency Test. He did not manage to pass the test on his first attempt. Based on his test performance, it is recommended that he go through 2 additional Intermediate Class activities to reinforce certain skills before attempting the test again.

Jayden manages to pass the test on his second attempt and proceeds to register for the Advanced level.

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