Singapore-based Nullspace Robotics, a provider of robotics and coding education, brings to the Philippines its local franchise and the country’s first learning center solely dedicated to teaching coding and robotics, the Nullspace Robotics PH. The inaugural branch is located at the 3rd Level, Uptown Place Mall, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City.
Nullspace Robotics PH offers a variety of enrichment programs aimed at introducing children, between the ages of 9 years old to 14 years old, to engineering and programming concepts through hands-on learning. Students will engage in lots of interactive and exciting activities such as building and programming robots, creating games, or working on electronic projects.
“Digital transformation is the wave of the future and our programs will give kids a solid foundation for a successful career in technology. Our goal is to develop bright and tech-savvy kids through fun and interactive learning,” said Bennieson Co, owner of Nullspace Robotics PH.
Two of its featured programs are the Minecraft Series: Coding Workshops and the Robotics Certificate Programme where 16 students will be admitted per session. If your child loves Minecraft, then Minecraft Series is perfect for them as they will be introduced to the world of coding through Minecraft Education. They will learn block-based coding to control their character and to interact with the surroundings. The Robotics Certificate Programme, on the other hand, aims to develop LEGO Robotics proficiency in children. Using the brand-new LEGO Education SPIKE Prime Robotics kit, students will learn to build and program robots using various sensors and programming automation.
Founded in 2008, Nullspace Robotics is a premier provider of technology education. Its clientele includes schools, corporate clients, and private enrichment clientele within and outside Singapore. It has been appointed by Singapore’s Ministry of Education to run the Gifted Education Program (GEP) Computer Enrichment Programme (CEP) from 2018 to 2022. It is a recipient of the SME500 Award which signifies strength, competitiveness and leadership within the industry, and is accredited by STEM.org in recognition of the quality and efficacy of its Robotics and Coding STEM-based programmes.
In the Philippines, Nullspace Robotics PH is a partner of the Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT) for its Coding for Kids Project. Beneficiaries of the project will be able to learn fundamental coding concepts using LEGO Education SPIKE Prime. The project is meant to strengthen STEM education in primary schools and the pilot run will be in Valenzuela City where Nullspace Robotics PH has already conducted training for the participating teachers.
As a DICT partner, Nullspace Robotics PH will help achieve the government’s digital literacy advocacy and will collaborate with private schools for wider reach to expand the tech talents in the country.
Meanwhile, Nullspace Robotics PH will open another branch in Vertis North, Quezon City in August this year and add more programmes that could cater to bigger audience.