e² Young Engineers – Canberra

young engineersWelcome to e² Young Engineers-Canberra

We are excited to offer e² Young Engineers® programs to the Australian Capital Territory!

Now ACT students have the opportunity to immerse in the world of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) to learn, create, explore and have fun. Our world-class programs are designed to enrich the students’ knowledge in STEM basics through the use of K’nex®, Engino® and LEGO® bricks, coding and robotics making it possible for the students to understand and solve a problem by practical application of theoretical concepts. This is what makes the Young Engineers a pioneer education provider in edutainment.

We believe the right education and right educators can change the world for the better. With that philosophy in mind, any program we offer will strive to;

  • Challenge the minds of the students
  • Ignite creativity and critical thinking
  • Encourage to solve real world problems with the application of theoretical concepts
  • Have FUN! 

e² Young Engineers® programs include after-school classes, summer camps, birthday parties, and more! Our goal is to make this program accessible to every child in ACT. Simply because every child deserves the opportunity to enrich their minds with the skill set of the 21st Century.


Holiday Camps in Jan 2021

What will your kids be doing January 11-22? If there’s even a remote chance that they’ll be attending a STEM workshop.. this is for you. Until 23rd November, you can score yourself a 10% discount coupon to the best engineering workshops throughout Australia. No fees, no credit card, no cancellation clauses. You can chose to redeem it anytime in December or January (subject to availability). More info at www.engineeringcamp.com.auNo extensions… the 10% discount coupon available until 23rd November only.

Weekend workshops with National Dinosaur Museum

We have exciting news! Young Engineers, Canberra is partnering with The National Dinosaur Museum of Canberra to bring your kids an unique experience to explore science and engineering together. Join us for this edutainment adventure where past meets the future.

  • DATES : 05th 12th December 2020
  • TIME : 9 am to 10.30 am
  • AGE GROUP : 7 TO 12
  • PROGRAM : 1 hour Lego workshop to build a motorised Dinosaur & exclusive private guided tour at the museum
  • Investment per child AUD 33

To see more details and book, follow the below link; https://www.trybooking.com/BMSNJLimited places available.

Weekend Workshops with Canberra Miniature Railway

Young Engineers Canberra is going to Canberra Miniature Railway! If your little ones love trains and are Lego masters, this is the perfect opportunity to explore engineering and robotics with us. The parents also can bring a picnic to enjoy on the lawns while they wait for their little ones. Go to the following link to see more details and book your child’s place today!

  • DATE : 06th December 2020
  • TIME : 9 am to 11 am
  • AGE GROUP : 7 to 12
  • PROGRAM : 1 hour Lego workshop & learn about trains. You get to ride the train too (Subject to weather conditions)
  • Investment per child: AUD 22

*Parents can bring a picnic with them whilst they stay for the kids

Limited spaces available Click the link to book your space https://www.trybooking.com/BMTJN

Free Incursions in Term 4

We know it has been a trying year. This year schools and students did not have the same opportunities for co-curricular incursions or excursions like we are normally used to. That is why at Young Engineers we thought to put our excess capacity of the STEM incursions to good use and provide free incursions to schools in the ACT & Queanbeyan. These incursions are limited to the first 10 schools who register with us, two sessions each school. You can register your interest by using this link https://forms.gle/xQ1yqRgjAWSQhTKs5 and receive more information. If you are part of a school administration or faculty, a member of the P&C community or simply an interested parent, spread the word and avail this opportunity for your school’s students.