While it may seem intimidating at first, learning electronics is fun and easy.

In the first three lessons I introduce new tools, skills and concepts. In the remainder of the class, a new electronic component is introduced in each lesson.

In addition to providing an overview of an important aspect of electronics, each lesson concludes with a project. This allows you to learn about basic electronics in a hands-on manner.

I hope you will take the time and come build a circuit with me.

Whether you have a project in mind, or simply wanted to learn but didn’t know where to start, getting into electronics is much easier than you may think. You don’t even need a degree in electrical engineering to figure this out – I don’t! While it may seem foreign and intimidating at first, anyone can do it.

Throughout this class, we are going to cover electronics from the fundamentals of electricity all the way through to microchips. At each stage you will build a project, and begin to grasp these concepts in a hands-on practical way.

Electronics is the science and technology concerned with regulating flow of electrical current. Put simply, it lets you move electrons around. While this may seem like not that big of a deal, the regulation of electrons has enabled some of the most important innovations of the last century including computers, televisions, rocketships, electric cars, rocketships, video games, smartphones, Tickle-Me-Elmo, hoverboards (both those that really hover and those that do not), and – of course – rocketships.

3 Responses

  1. Hi,

    I would like to apply for the electronics course. May I know when is it possible to join and what are the fees?

    Yours sincerely,
    Abraham.

  2. Hi there! Nice to e-meet you. I have a project in mind to build a mechanical ‘conveyor belt’ that carries few elements and stop at different time for a specific duration (let it be 60 seconds for now).

    I do have some basic understandings on electronics, and need experts advice and guidance to make this project happen.

    Thank you for your time! Looking forward to your reply 🙂

  3. I am looking for a practical electronics design course with hands on lab work.
    If you are organizing one, please do inform how I can sign in for the course. Thanks

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