Developing skills for The F1 in Schools STEM Challenge TY200 / B17 will run on 29th & 30th June 2018 at the National STEM Centre in York.
The course is certified by The National STEM Centre as official CPD. The course is non-AO specific, and will focus on how to design, analyse, manufacture, test and race, miniature Co2 powered F1 model block cars.
The F1 in Schools course content is as follows:
Duration: 2 Days
Location: National STEM Learning Centre, University of York, York
Course Tutor: Peter Robinson (independent educational consultant:
The F1 in Schools STEM Challenge is for students aged 9-19 and aims to help change the perceptions of STEM subjects by creating a fun learning environment for young people. This CPD will give school and college staff the skills needed to run The F1 in Schools STEM Challenge with students, as well as developing knowledge of computer aided design (CAD) and CNC manufacture.
Get hands-on instructions on how to design, analyse, manufacture, test and race, miniature gas powered F1 model block cars.
Learn how to use Autodesk Fusion 360 to create computer models of cars, ready for rendering and testing. Developed design skills during that are transferable for those wishing to teach CAD outside of the F1 in Schools STEM Challenge. In addition to CAD modelling, we will also look at creating parts, assemblies and engineering drawings.
The second part of this course will look at CNC manufacture, using a CNC Router and 3D printer. Experience how to output CAD drawings for CNC manufacture and have the opportunity to try this with your own designs.
As well as keeping any designs and models that you produce during this course, you will also gain access to the F1 in Schools Curriculum Resource, a set of cross-curricular materials to help you run a project based on the F1 in Schools competition. The resource contains over 60 fully-resourced session plans – everything you need for running the project in your school.
This is a residential course; fees include meals and accommodation for the duration of the course.
Course fees vary for participants outside the UK. Please contact email@example.com for more information
- use Autodesk Fusion 360 to create drawings and renderings for the conceptual design of an F1 car
- understand how to manufacture a car using a CNC Router and 3D Printer
- understand the basics of how to participate in The F1 in Schools STEM Challenge and discover the support available
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