Club of young engineers "Tesla"
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Club of young engineers "Tesla" in Tbilisi
In our Club they study robotics, programming, 3D modeling and many other engineering areas.
The Club of Young Engineers "Tesla ", located in the capital of Georgia, Tbilisi, is a fully equipped robotics laboratory in which every young engineer can immerse himself in creativity, studying robotics and creating his own real robots. The club is located in the very center of the city to provide convenient walking distance for young engineers and their parents.
Our courses
For young engineers we have 3 courses for 3 age groups: from 6 to 7 years old, from 8 to 10 years old and from 11 years old and above. They all have one common thing: the guys study all of 3 components of robotics - electronics, mechanics and programming.
Children taking the Robotics JUNIOR course study electronics, mechanics and programming. It’s too early for them to solder, drill and operate a 3D printer - they will do this in the next courses, when they are a little older. But already at their age, one can and should begin to develop in each of the three components of robotics. They will be helped with this by:
  • in terms of electronics - the construction set "Znatok".
  • in terms of mechanics - a metal construction set.
  • in terms of programming - a set of classes using Scratch.
After this, the guys will begin programming the Micro:bit board and on its basis they will make their first OTTO robot.
The course lasts 13 months.
Children at this age already can solder, drill and operate a 3D printer, program in visual and high-level programming languages, and understand electronics.
The course "Robotics MIDDLE" is designed for 18 months. At every lesson, the young engineer always gets a result: a small victory that gives him an incentive to move on.
They will be helped with this by:
  • in terms of electronics - the construction set "Tesla.Kvant 2.0".
  • in terms of mechanics - the construction set "Tesla.Bit".
  • in terms of programming - the construction set "Tesla.Byte".
At this age, young engineers studying “Robotics SENIOR” are already experienced enough to begin learning programming in the Wiring environment (C++-like language) simultaneously with circuit design from the 4th lesson. As part of this course, children will solder, drill and operate a 3D printer, program in a high-level programming language, and understand electronics.
The course lasts 10 months. At each lesson, the young engineer will definitely achieve the desired result.
They will be helped with this by:
  • in terms of electronics and programming - the construction set "Tesla.Kilobit".
  • in terms of mechanics - the construction set "Tesla.Megabyte".
At our unusual workshops, young engineers will gain real experience working with tools and assemble their own personal functional device.
Before starting assembly, the guys will learn safety precautions when working with a soldering iron.
Workshops are designed for at least 1 lesson, lasting 120 minutes.
Our courses
For young engineers we have 3 courses for 3 age groups: from 6 to 7 years old, from 8 to 10 years old and from 11 years old and above. They all have one common thing: the guys study all of 3 components of robotics - electronics, mechanics and programming.
Children taking the Robotics JUNIOR course study electronics, mechanics and programming. It’s too early for them to solder, drill and operate a 3D printer - they will do this in the next courses, when they are a little older. But already at their age, one can and should begin to develop in each of the three components of robotics. They will be helped with this by:
  • in terms of electronics - the construction set "Znatok".
  • in terms of mechanics - a metal construction set.
  • in terms of programming - a set of classes using Scratch.
After this, the guys will begin programming the Micro:bit board and on its basis they will make their first OTTO robot.
The course lasts 13 months.
Children at this age already can solder, drill and operate a 3D printer, program in visual and high-level programming languages, and understand electronics.
The course "Robotics MIDDLE" is designed for 18 months. At every lesson, the young engineer always gets a result: a small victory that gives him an incentive to move on.
They will be helped with this by:
  • in terms of electronics - the construction set "Tesla.Kvant 2.0".
  • in terms of mechanics - the construction set "Tesla.Bit".
  • in terms of programming - the construction set "Tesla.Byte".
At this age, young engineers studying “Robotics SENIOR” are already experienced enough to begin learning programming in the Wiring environment (C++-like language) simultaneously with circuit design from the 4th lesson. As part of this course, children will solder, drill and operate a 3D printer, program in a high-level programming language, and understand electronics.
The course lasts 10 months. At each lesson, the young engineer will definitely achieve the desired result.
They will be helped with this by:
  • in terms of electronics and programming - the construction set "Tesla.Kilobit".
  • in terms of mechanics - the construction set "Tesla.Megabyte".
At our unusual workshops, young engineers will gain real experience working with tools and assemble their own personal functional device.
Before starting assembly, the guys will learn safety precautions when working with a soldering iron.
Workshops are designed for at least 1 lesson, lasting 120 minutes.
Cost of classes
Subscription (for visiting 2 times a week)
290 ₾ /8 visits
  • 8 visits of 120 minutes.
  • Individual approach.
  • Group no more than 8 people.
  • Break with tea and cookies
  • Possibility of making up missed classes for free.
  • Discount for preferential categories.
Subscription (for visiting 1 time a week)
150 ₾ /4 visits
  • 4 visits of 120 minutes.
  • Individual approach.
  • Group no more than 8 people.
  • Break with tea and cookies
  • Possibility of making up missed classes for free.
  • Discount for preferential categories.
Individual lesson
80 ₾
  • 1 visit for 60 minutes
  • Work with a teacher one-on-one
  • Break with tea and cookies
Timetable
You can choose not one, but several groups at once that are convenient for you. As soon as there are 5 guys in the group, we will call you and invite you to a lesson.
There are never more than 8 young engineers in a group, this is our rule.
GE001 JUNIOR
This group is for young engineers aged 6-7 years.
Thursday from 15-00 to 17-00
Saturday from 15-00 to 17-00
GE004 JUNIOR
This group is for young engineers aged 6-7 years.
Saturday from 11-00 to 13-00
This group trains once a week
GE002 MIDDLE
This group is for young engineers aged 8-10 years.
Saturday from 17-00 to 19-00
GE005 MIDDLE
This group is for young engineers aged 8-10 years.
Saturday from 13-00 to 15-00
This group trains once a week
GE003 SENIOR
This group is for young engineers aged 11 years and older.
Saturday from 19-00 to 21-00
The team
We have been working since 2014, so we have a lot of experience in robotics, programming and development of engineering skills in children.
  • Stanislav Aleksandrovich
    Branch manager
    I graduated at MGAPI with a degree in computer systems and networks, which I did for several years after college. Subsequently, I went into aviation and medicine, worked for many years as a civilian specialist for the UN in Africa and the Middle East, and there I began teaching basic subjects to local schoolchildren. My concept is to make the world a better place by changing myself and those around me, which my work at Tesla fully corresponds to. I try to instill in young listeners not only skills and knowledge on the subject, but also an interest in how the world works.
  • Sergey Aleksandrovich
    I am the founder and senior mentor of the Tesla Young Engineers Club. I have 2 higher educations, I am a candidate of technical sciences. In addition to working with young engineers, I improve the skills of my colleagues. I have 4 children.
What our young engineers say about the Club
Anton Evlash - our guest today
How to become a candidate for the Moscow robotics team? What projects need to be done? What wishes would you have for young engineers studying robotics? Anton, who has been visiting our Club for many years, answers these questions in our project “Tesla.Interview”.
Interview with Safronov Artyom
How to enter "Baumanka" (Bauman MSTU)? What competitions should I take part in? What wishes would you have for young engineers studying robotics? Artyom, who has been visiting our Club for many years, answers these questions in our project “Tesla.Interview”.
Interview with Stepan Sungurov
How to enter one of the best technical universities in the country? Which robotics project should you choose? What difficulties did you encounter when creating the robot? Stepan, who has been visiting our Club for many years, answers these questions in our new project “Tesla.Interview”.
The story of the young engineer Leonid about studying robotics at the Club "Tesla"
Leonid, who studies in the "Robotics Senior" course for children aged 11 years and older, will tell how they conduct classes at the Club Young Engineers "Tesla".