Engineering (K – 12): from building rockets to designing circuits and more, our program offers a variety of activities that children are sure to enjoy. Our team guides the young engineers in the right direction to learn engineering basics, simple mechanics, and other technical skills.
Discover the world of engineering, physics and building basics. A program for the young to be creative and implement various projects and purposeful scientific experiments through hands-on projects. The student learns about the basics of engineering and the laws of physics that govern them, such as:
Discovering wind energy and its uses
Simple machines – simple electrical circuits and their applications – sounds and light, and their practical applications.
*Training Kit included
Join us making drawing robots, multiple games and explore electronics and magnets.
This program allows you to discover how batteries, magnets and electrical circuits work, and their applications to make many different projects and designs.
This program is implemented in the classroom.
Architecture & Design
Calling all future architects! This program introduces architectural science engineering and building basics.We’ll go through sequential stages of planning and designing to build a modern house according to the foundations of architecture. Drawing and implementation depends on the use of special professional materials and tools. This program is offered for grades 5 and above.
~Training kit included
Explore the world of 3D printers and the future of technology and model building. Watch your projects come to live and be free to use your creativity!
This program allows students to observe and build in a modern environment using the latest machines. In collaboration with a CPF initiative, TechWorks is a fabrication lab located in King Hussein Business Park and is a hub for this program.
Laser Cut & Design
Designing and making 2D and 3D projects while exploring modern laser cutting machines. This program gives the students the opportunity to use their imagination and artistic skills to create endless ideas of projects, sculptures and toys.
In collaboration with a CPF initiative, TechWorks is a fabrication lab located in King Hussein Business Park and is a hub for this program.