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How We Deliver Our Programs

The Maker Club provides STEM/STEAM extra curricular workshops and activities for young people between the ages of 5years and 17 years, both ONLINE (using Zoom) and ON CAMPUS. We have a variety of subscriptions varying from once off, weekly, monthly, termly or annual. Our workshops cover a range of modern technologies and the skills that go along with them such as Coding (computer programming),  Robotics, Engineering, 3D modelling and 3D printing. What makes our workshops unique are the personal development conversations we have with our participants, covering 'Soft Skills' such as problem solving, creativity, critical thinking, persistence, initiative, communication.

Our ONLINE MAKER PROGRAMs allow your child to take part in Our programs from the comfort and safety of your home. Your child can select from the list of available programs from The Calendar on our website for that month, or or we can customise a program for them. On subscribing to our ONLINE MAKER PROGRAM, your child will be provided with a Home Learning Kit with all the tools and materials they will need to participate. Our sessions are run by our team of trained facilitators in small classes of not more than seven participants. Facilitation is through a live Zoom Video conference call.  Through our Online programs, they’ll build in-demand 21st Century skills and create a completely personalized project—all from the comfort and safety of your home.

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The Maker Club Zimbabwe operates the first Maker Space dedicated for young people in Zimbabwe at our Borrowdale offices. Equipped with 21st century tools including a fully equipped workshop with fabrication tools, a 3D Printing farm, computers and educational robots, our programs provide students with the opportunity to learn to use tools in a safe environment and have face to face interaction facilitated by teams of trained facilitators, who are always ready to give your child a fun and awesome learning experience.

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