RCJA Workshops

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Queensland

For details of workshops in Queensland, visit the Queensland Workshops page. Below is a summary of these workshops. 

Event Name

Date

Intro to OnStage and Rescue Line Workshop
Moreton Bay Colleges, Manly 
3rd April 2019
Intro to Rescue Line Workshop
Moreton Bay Colleges, Manly 
3rd April 2019
REGIONAL WORKSHOP SERIES
CAIRNS - School of Distance Education
23 April 2019
REGIONAL WORKSHOP SERIES
TOWNSVILLE - Annandale Christian College
24 April 2019
REGIONAL WORKSHOP SERIES
BUNDABERG - Bundaberg East State School
26 April 2019
REGIONAL WORKSHOP SERIES
HERVEY BAY - Bayside Christian College
27 April 2019
Darling Downs Pre-comp Workshop
Faith Lutheran College Plainlands
20 May 2019
Introduction to Rescue Maze Workshop
Iona College, Lindum 
May 2019

Western Australia 2018

2018 Mentor Briefing - Thursday 22 February

Venue: Scitech

Time: 4:30pm - 6:00pm

Rescue Maze Workshop - Thursday 8 March

Venue: Sacred Heart College

Time: 4:30pm - 6:00pm

Rescue Line Workshop - Thursday 15 March

Venue: All Saints College

Time: 4:30pm - 6:00pm

Soccer Workshop - Thursday 22 March

Venue: Sacred Heart College

Time: 4:30pm - 6:00pm

Dance Workshop - Thursday 29 March

Venue: All Saints College

Time: 4:30pm - 6:00pm

South Australia 2019

Calendar of events for 2019

(Will be updated as events are locked in)

Date Event Location

 

 

Wedesday 3rd April 2019

 

 

Introductory Robotics Workshops - Southern Suburbs 

 

Some equipment will be provided on the day (robots and computers) but feel free to bring your own with the MIndstorms program uploaded

Cost - free

Cardijn College (Goldsmith Drive, Noarlunga Downs)

4pm - 5:45pm

     
     
     
     
     
     
     
19th August (T3)  RoboCup Junior SA State Competition ($35 per team registered) EDC, Hindmarsh
     

 

 

 

Victoria

Please note the workshops below are intended for mentors and as such it generally not appropiate for students to attend, however, if you have two-three especially interest students who wish to attend, please contact the 'Registrations and Enquiries' person for the relevant workshop. Additionally, the content of the workshops is indicitave only, and workshops are always tailored on the day to match the interests of those in attendnace.

Horsham Workshop (All Levels)

RoboCup Junior is back bigger and better than ever for 2020 in Horsham. Participants will learn about what RoboCup Junior is, about each of the OnStage, Rescue & Soccer challenges, and how easy it is to get started with in the classroom and prepare for bringing students along to an event for the first time. This workshop will also be valuable for more experiened RoboCuppers looking to further the skills and understanding.

Time and Date: 8:30 for a 9:00am start, finished by 2:30pm, Friday 6th March, 2020
Venue: Holy Trinity Lutheran College, 25 Trinity Drive, Horsham, VIC, 3400
Fee: $75 per participant, including GST, or $200 including GST for an adult with two students (subsequent students $62.50 each inc. GST), refreshments and lunch included
Registrations Close: Wednesday 4th March, 2020 (Late registrations can be usually be accepted, please email the below address for late registration)
Registrations and Enquiries: Adam Engert, adam.engert@htlc.vic.edu.au
What to Bring: Robot kit (if you have one, built and/or programmed or not) and Laptop

 

Warragul Introductory Workshop (Rescue + Other Challenges By Request)

This four hour workhshop will introduce teachers to the building, programming and event logistics associated with RCJV Rescue. It is open to all teachers who, upon request, may bring two - three especially interested students (subject to numbers). Feel free to bring along anything you may have built or programmed to show off and work on at the workshop. If you are just starting out, please try to bring along a robot that has been built according to the guide linked here (for Rescue), including additional sensors, which will make for an excellent starting point.

Time and Date: 9:30am for 10am start, concluding at 2pm, Wednesday 25th March, 2020
Venue: St Paul's Anglican Grammar Shool, 150 Bowen Street, Warragul
Fee: $75 per participant, including GST, or $200 including GST for an adult with two students (subsequent students $62.50 each inc. GST), refreshments and lunch included
Registrations Close: Monday 23rd March, 2020 (Late registrations can be accepted)
Registrations and Enquiries: Email Traceye Rapinett, trapinett@stpaulsags.vic.edu.au
What to Bring: Robot kit (if you have one, built and/or programmed or not) and Laptop (if bringing robot)

 

Warragul Intermediate Workshop (Rescue + Other Challenges By Request)

In this four hour workshop, teachers will build on their exisitng RoboCup Junior skils and learn some of the more avanced building and programming techniques used by teams at Regional, State and National events. It is open to all teachers who, upon request, may bring two - three especially interested students (subject to numbers). Feel free to bring along anything you may have built or programmed to show off and work on at the workshop. If you are just starting out, please try to bring along a robot that has been built according to the guide linked here (for Rescue), including additional sensors, which will make for an excellent starting point.

Time and Date: 9:30am for 10am start, concluding at 2pm, Wednesday 22nd April, 2020
Venue: St Paul's Anglican Grammar Shool, 150 Bowen Street, Warragul
Fee: $75 per participant, including GST, or $200 including GST for an adult with two students (subsequent students $62.50 each inc. GST), refreshments and lunch included
Registrations Close: Monday 20th April, 2020 (Late registrations can be accepted)
Registrations and Enquiries: Email Traceye Rapinett, trapinett@stpaulsags.vic.edu.au
What to Bring: Robot kit (if you have one, built and/or programmed or not) and Laptop (if bringing robot)

 

Ballarat Introductory Workshop (All Challenges)

This four hour workshop will introduce teachers to the building, programming and competition logistics associated with RCJV  It is open to all teachers who, upon request, may bring two - three especially interested students (subject to numbers). Feel free to bring along anything you may have built or programmed to show off and work on at the workshop. If you are just starting out, please try to bring along a robot that has been built according to the guide linked here (for Rescue), including additional sensors, or to the guide liked here (for Soccer) which will make for an excellent starting point. For those interested in OnStage, either of the prior guides will give you a base robot to build your programming skills with. 

Time and Date: 9:30am for 10am start, concluding at 2pm, Thursday 23rd April, 2020
Venue: Earth Ed, Olympic Avenue, Mt. Clear
Fee: $75 per participant, including GST, or $200 including GST for an adult with two students (subsequent students $62.50 each inc. GST), refreshments and lunch included
Registrations Close: Tuesday 21st April, 2020 (Late registrations can be accepted)
Registrations and Enquiries: Email Evan Bailey, evan@baileyfinance.com.au 
What to Bring: Robot kit (if you have one, built and/or programmed or not) and Laptop (if bringing robot)

 

Ballarat Intermediate Workshop (All Challenges)

In this four hour workshop, teachers will build on their exisitng RoboCup Junior skils and learn some of the more avanced building and programming techniques used by teams at Regional, State and National events. It is open to all teachers who, upon request, may bring two - three especially interested students (subject to numbers). Feel free to bring along anything you may have built or programmed to show off and work on at the workshop. If you are just starting out, please try to bring along a robot that has been built according to the guide linked here (for Rescue), including additional sensors, or to the guide liked here (for Soccer) which will make for an excellent starting point. For those interested in OnStage, either of the prior guides will give you a base robot to build your programming skills with. 

Time and Date: 9:30am for 10am start, concluding at 2pm, Thursday 28th May, 2020
Venue: Earth Ed, Olympic Avenue, Mt. Clear
Fee: $75 per participant, including GST, or $200 including GST for an adult with two students (subsequent students $62.50 each inc. GST), refreshments and lunch included
Registrations Close: Tuesday 26th May, 2020 (Late registrations can be accepted)
Registrations and Enquiries: Email Evan Bailey, evan@baileyfinance.com.au 
What to Bring: Robot kit (if you have one, built and/or programmed or not) and Laptop (if bringing robot)

 

Melbourne West Introductory Workshop (All Challenges)

In this five hour workshop these workshops will  RCJV  It is open to all teachers who, upon request, may bring two - three especially interested students (subject to numbers). Feel free to bring along anything you may have built or programmed to show off and work on at the workshop. If you are just starting out, please try to bring along a robot that has been built according to the guide linked here (for Rescue), including additional sensors, or to the guide liked here (for Soccer) which will make for an excellent starting point. For those interested in OnStage, either of the prior guides will give you a base robot to build your programming skills with. 

Time and Date: 8:30am for 9am start, concluding at 2pm, Friday 20th March, 2020
Venue: Lakeview Senior College, College St, Caroline Springs
Fee: $75 per participant, including GST, or $200 including GST for an adult with two students (subsequent students $62.50 each inc. GST), refreshments and lunch included
Registrations Close: Wednesday 18th March, 2020 (Late registrations can be accepted)
Registrations and Enquiries: Email Chris Egan, egan.chris.j@edumail.vic.gov.au
What to Bring: Robot kit (if you have one, built and/or programmed or not) and Laptop (if bringing robot)

 

Melbourne West Intermediate Workshop (All Challenges)

In this five hour workshop, teachers will build on their exisitng RoboCup Junior skils and learn some of the more avanced building and programming techniques used by teams at Regional, State and National events.It is open to all teachers who, upon request, may bring two - three especially interested students (subject to numbers). Feel free to bring along anything you may have built or programmed to show off and work on at the workshop. If you are just starting out, please try to bring along a robot that has been built according to the guide linked here (for Rescue), including additional sensors, or to the guide liked here (for Soccer) which will make for an excellent starting point. For those interested in OnStage, either of the prior guides will give you a base robot to build your programming skills with. 

Time and Date: 8:30am for 9am start, concluding at 2pm, Friday 17th April, 2020
Venue: Lakeview Senior College, College St, Caroline Springs
Fee: $75 per participant, including GST, or $200 including GST for an adult with two students (subsequent students $62.50 each inc. GST), refreshments and lunch included
Registrations Close: Wednesday 15th April, 2020 (Late registrations can be accepted) 
Registrations and Enquiries: Email Chris Egan, egan.chris.j@edumail.vic.gov.au 
What to Bring: Robot kit (if you have one, built and/or programmed or not) and Laptop (if bringing robot)