Built on Passion & Frustration
Learn Robotics was built on the foundation of interactive lessons with a purpose. After spending years in the automation industry, I was frustrated that certain topics weren’t taught to me in school. Why didn’t classes include tangible skills that I could readily deploy as an engineer?
Transferring Engineering to the Classroom
Our courses have been crafted from those “darn, I wish I had known that“, moments experienced as engineers. It’s our mission to transfer knowledge from the factory to the classroom. It all starts with training the educators that already teach these classes.
Explain to educators what it’s like to work as an engineer on high-tech systems
Deploy the Missing Pieces
Use real engineering scenarios to fill in the gaps when teaching STEM-related topics
What Drives Us
Learn Robotics makes it EASY for ANYONE to develop REAL, tangible, technical skills.
We enjoy inspiring others to pick up a robot, learn to code, and wire up a prototype. Learn Robotics has your STEM needs covered.
Improve STEM Education
Our #1 priority is improving what is taught in STEM classes. We feel that there’s so much more that can be taught to better prepare the next generation workforce.
Offer Unique Curriculum
We pride ourselves on translating real applications into bite-sized lessons, courses, and projects. Gain real experience working with real hardware.
Provide Multiple Ways to Learn
Modern learning is dynamic. No matter if you like to work face-to-face or independently, we have programs to help you Learn Robotics!
Meet Your Instructor
Robotics Engineer & Education Specialist
Liz has her degree in Robotics Engineering. With a wealth of experience in Controls & Automation for Manufacturing, Liz brings her creativity and passion for tech to the Learn Robotics blog. Learn Robotics is here to help high-performing individuals gain skills in robotics, electronics, and programming. Liz enjoys creating step-by-step tutorials, providing honest tech reviews, and sharing insight about her experience in automation. Say hi! Don’t be shy! Comment on a post, or find Liz on Social Media!