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Young Engineers Education Programmes

e² Young Engineers (ESYE) South Africa represents children who participate in our unique education curriculums. Our sessions provide theoretical knowledge and practical implementation in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) basics.

Young Engineers provide an engaging, hands-on learning platform. The educational goals are achieved by using LEGO® and K’nex® assembly kits uniquely designed by our staff, demonstrating the scientific principles in a fun and accessible fashion; combining experiments that form scientific intuition with stories that capture the imagination.

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 Big Buildersyoung engineers big builders

This unique curriculum develops children’s tactile, motor, and spatial skills while teaching introductory engineering principles.

For Ages: 4-6

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 LEGO® Challenge young engineers Bricks challenge

Learning the principles of engineering and theoretical physics in an intuitive way by building models while enhancing motor skills.

Suitable For: Ages 7 – 8

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 GaliLEGO® Technicyoung engineers Galileo

Investigation of machinery from a professional perspective of engineers. This curriculum will focus on teamwork and finding solutions to build complex machines.

Suitable For: Ages 9 – 10 or LEGO® Challenge Graduates

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RoboLEGO®  robotics education - speed survivor

The culmination of the course is reached when the children plan a mechanical engineering project incorporating a software program they design, using the building, programming and presentation skills studied during the course.

Suitable For: Ages 11 – 12 or GaliLEGO® Technic Graduates

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 Robotics & Software Engineering robotics

Curriculum for teaching theory and applications in engineering and software, combining mathematical and physical investigation with software engineering. 

Suitable For: Ages 13 – 14 or RoboLEGO® Graduates

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