Vex EDR and IQ competition team(s) preparation

New this year, a one week introduction into the process of building a competition robot.  You'll learn about the design process, prototyping, maintaining an engineering book, time management, and much more.   Mon Aug 24th- Fri Aug 29th, 2020. Cost $350.00 + 13% GST. 

See how exciting the VEX World Championships are.  You too can participate.

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Robotics is not only STEM education but also a sport.

VEX Competition Teams

VEX IQ Elementary Team

VEX EDR Robotics Competition

VEX IQ Elementary Team

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Each year, in April, at the VEX World Championships, the Robotics Education and Competition Foundation releases a new competition for the nest season, May to March.  You can participate by joining our IQ Elementary School Team. 

VEX IQ Elementary School

This level is for students ages 7 to 10, who have participated in our VEX IQ program.  Students will be expected to participate, co-operate and work in a small group setting to design, build and program a robot to successfully compete in the current VEX Challenge.

VEX IQ Middle School

VEX EDR Robotics Competition

VEX IQ Elementary Team

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Each year, in April, at the VEX World Championships, the Robotics Education and Competition Foundation releases a new competition for the nest season, May to March.  You can participate by joining our IQ Middle School Team.  

VEX IQ Middle School

This level is for students ages 11 to 14, who have participated in our VEX IQ program.  Students will be expected to participate, co-operate and work in a small group setting to design, build and program a robot to successfully compete in  the current VEX Challenge. 

VEX EDR Robotics Competition

VEX EDR Robotics Competition

VEX EDR Robotics Competition

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  Each year, in April, at the VEX World Championships, the Robotics Education and Competition Foundation releases a new competition for the nest season, May to March.  You can participate by joining either our VEX EDR Middle School team, for students in grades 6 to 8, ages 11 to 14 or High School team, grades 9 to 12, ages 14 to 18.  Students are expected to have participated in our VEX EDR class.    Students will be expected to participate, co-operate and work in a small group setting to design, build and program a robot to successfully compete in  the current VEX Challenge.