New PC Building & Soldering Classes at Small Factory!
Fridays 4:15-5:30 pm (ages 10+)
This four week course will walk students through the process of identifying PC components, drivers, and software. Students will learn the process of assembling these components, as well as some of the basic history behind their development and how they’ve changed over the years. In addition, students will learn how to fix common issues that occur with computers, and how a desktop computer is similar to a laptop, a phone, etc… No matter what level of knowledge students have coming in, they will leave with a functional set of skills to build, troubleshoot, and operate a PC. Inquire about our one on one PC building sessions after (or before) the class if you’re interested in having your child build a computer as well.
Mondays 5:45 – 7:00 pm (ages 12+)
This four week course will teach students the basics of solder safety, and simple circuitry. This class will take a hands-on focus, the class costs will include 3 basic solder kits which will be assembled in weeks two, three, and four. The kits include a 9V powered Christmas Tree, a “European Siren”, and the final project will be a mock-up of Conway’s “Game of Life” simulation. These kits were hand picked by the instructor , as a good step by step introduction to the basics. All kids will leave with the 3 products they have created, a working knowledge of soldering and basic circuitry, and a basic set of soldering equipment.