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Chill Robotics

Chill robotics is all about problem-solving, innovating, and creating through designing, constructing and programming robots. This program has been designed for participants to explore and learn about the different aspects of programming and robotics through project-based activities.

The program begins by introducing the foundational elements of coding and circuitry where participants will tackle a variety of problem-solving activities to cement these key concepts. Then participants will move into the second phase of designing, assembling, programming, and bringing to life their own robotic creation. A robotic engineer expert leads the workshops that are supervised by a Chill facilitator and peer mentor support at a 1:2 ratio.

Pre-requisite: Being enrolled in or completion of Chill Foundation.


Program features
  • user input/output
  • program commands
  • workflows
  • robot design, electronics & mechatronics principles
  • creative problem-solving skills
  • critical thinking
  • fine motor skills
  • task determination & persistence
  • digital literacy
  • teamwork
The benefits
  • problem-solving skills
  • improved fine motor skills
  • learning employable skills
  • collaboration & teamwork
  • sense of achievement & pride
  • increased self-confidence
  • making new peer connections
  • reduced social isolation
  • transfer social skills to special interest
autism writing class
autism writing class

The details

Dates 2022

Term 1  24 January – 1 April
Term 2  18 April – 24 June
Term 3  11 July – 16 September
Term 4  3 October – 9 December


2:00pm – 4:00pm


Chill Studios
29 Rogers Street
West End Q 4101


$2,800.00 per term (1:2 peer mentor support)