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Raspberry Pi Essential Training

The Raspberry Pi is a credit-card-sized computer that plugs into your TV and a keyboard. It is a capable little computer which can be used in electronics projects, and for many of the things that your desktop PC does, like spreadsheets, word processing, browsing the internet, and playing games.

In this one day essential course on Raspberry Pi, the participants will learn how to setup Raspberry Pi and use that Python to work with Raspberry GPIO projects including Pulse Width Modulation, Frequency Control, Graphics User Interface.

The topics include:

  • Setup Raspberry Pi
  • Scratch and Python Programming
  • Raspberry Pi GPIO
  • Raspberry Pi Digital Input/Output and PWM
  • Graphics User Interface


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Each participant will get a free Raspberry Pi 3 Starter Kit worth $86!

Raspberry Pi 3 Starter Kit

Course Code: CRS-N-0032694

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$298.00

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We reserve the right to cancel or re-schedule the course due to unforeseen circumstances. If the course is cancelled, we will refund 100% to participants.
Note the venue of the training is subject to changes due to class size and availability of the classroom.
Note the minimal class size to start a class is 3 Pax.


Training Grant and Subsidy

All Singaporeans aged 25 and above can use their $500 SkillsFuture Credit from the government to pay for a wide range of approved skills-related courses. Visit the SkillsFuture Credit website www.skillsfuture.sg/credit to choose from the courses available on the SkillsFuture Credit course directory

Course Details

Module 1: Get Started

  • What is Raspberry Pi
  • Raspberry Pi 3 Layout
  • Raspberry Pi Accessories

Module 2: Setup Raspbian

  • Installing Raspbian OS
  • Configure Keyboard
  • Setup WiFi
  • Setup SSH
  • Setup VNC

Module 3: Raspbian

  • Explore the Raspbian Interface
  • Terminal Commands

Module 4: Programming

  • Scratch
  • Python

Module 5: Raspberry GPIO

  • Electronics components
  • Raspberry Pi GPIO
  • Digital Output
  • Digital Input
  • Analog Output & PWM
  • Frequency Control

Module 6: Advanced Raspberry Projects

  • Project 1: Making a GUI to Control LED Brightness
  • Project 2: Changing the Color of an RGB LED
  • Project 3: Programming with Interrupts
  • Project 4: Controlling Servo Motor with GUI
  • Project 5: Controlling Arduino from Raspberry Pi
  • Project 6: Working with Camera

Who Should Attend

  • Those who want to know indepth Raspberry Pi

Prerequisite

This is a Raspberry Pi workshop for beginners and intermediate users. The participants do not require to have any software and hardware knowledge. No programming skill such as Python and Scratch is required.

Trainers

TrainerWee Chee Hong is a veteran consultant in the field of Engineering Design. He has over 20 years experience in electronics/ IT industry with several MNCs including Compaq, Adaptec, Agilent, etc., with specialization in Automation System Design (drilling/ milling machine, 3D machine automation, machine data collection, test & measurement electronics design), Motion control design & applications. With wide technical skill set in development language/ tools .Net, Java, PowerBuilder to C++/ C/C#, he has also strong knowledge in development of firmware for microcontroller such as PIC, ARM and others.

Chee Hong graduated with a B.Eng degree in Electrical Electronics Engineering and holds a Master Degree of Technology from NUS.

Raspberry Pi Trainer

Ms Eve Tan has been in 3D industry for 3 years and She is also one and only Asian modulator in Josef Prusa facebook support team.

She is also a graduate ACTA trainers in Singapore IAL institute and currently conducting 3D Printing and scanning for Skill future and WDA course.. She have graduate from ACC Institute of Human Services obtain Psychology Counselling, Singapore Polytechnic in CEO, she also ongoing her part-time upgrading on Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology in Post-Graduate Programs, she is keen on learning and upgrading herself during her spare time.

She has been doing all support and teaching to all buyer which they have purchase Prusa MK2.

She also created her own 3D Home Desk Machine which is easy to fix and user friendly and with special feature of Non Break printing module in her own 3D printer.

She is proficient in :

  • Fusion 360,
  • 123D,
  • Repetier,
  • Mesh mixer and inksvg.

She love to conduct lesson in a fun and creative way to students, by example hydroponic planting systems, kitchen items, feasible stationery items and so on.

Raspberry Pi TrainerMing Liang is an up-and-coming developer with expertise ranging from deep learning to hardware like the raspberry pi. He specialises mostly in the area of data science and machine learning and has won several hackathons and is ranked highly in international competitions. Furthermore, he has also done projects as part of the maker community in Singapore and build his own 3D printer as well

Arduino TrainerKen Yuen has more than 10 years of experience working as an instructor, Application Development Engineer, Technical Consultant and Project Manager. He is an MOE-Registered Instructor teaching STEM programs for past 3 years such as Arduino, Micro:bits and robotics to schools and libraries based on the smart nation initiative roadmap.

He completed his Diploma in Electronic Engineering at Singapore Polytechnic and graduated with Bachelor of Electrical and Electronics Engineering from Nanyang Technological University and certified PMP (Project Management Professional).

Web Design TrainerCheng Chong developed a strong passion for computing at a young age, self-training in areas such as programming and computer graphics from as early as age 10. Throughout the years, he has gained a wealth of experience in learning technology efficiently, and has applied his knowledge in training at schools and universities. Cheng Chong possesses a bachelor's degree in Computer Science from the National University of Singapore, has over 7 years of online education experience via his highly praised YouTube channel, and 4 years of offline experience through coaching, peer mentoring and conducting classes and labs at NUS.

Androids App Inventor TrainerA tinkerer at heart, Chua Rui De has years of experience with electronics through his projects. He received his Bachelors in Engineering in Engineering Product Development (Computer Engineering) from the Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD) in 2017, and is eager to share his knowledge on how programming can be made easy. He is also versed in Arduino, C#, Python and Raspberry Pi systems.

Chief Trainer in Tertiary CoursesDr. Alfred Ang is the founder of Tertiary Courses. He is a serial entrepreneur. He founded OSWeb2Design Singapore Pte Ltd in 1997 offering web development, e-commerce store development, graphics design, ebook publishing, mobile apps development, and digital marketing services. He established the first online gardening store in Singapore, Eco City Hydroponics Pte Ltd in 2000, offering a wide range of gardening products such as seeds, plant nutrients, hydroponics kits etc. Eco City Hydroponics has become the most popular and successful gardening store in Singapore. He founded Tertiary Infotech Pte Ltd in 2012 and transformed the business to a training platform, Tertiary Courses in 2014. Tertiary Courses offers a wide range of SkillsFuture courses for PMETs to upgrade their skills and knowledge. He also established Tertiary Courses Malaysia in 2016. He also founded Tertiary Robotics in 2015 offering Arduino, Raspberry Pi, Microbit and Robotics products

Dr. Alfred Ang earned his Ph.D. from National University of Singapore in 2000, majoring in Electrical and Electronics Engineering. He also completed an online MBA course with U21 Global based in Australia. He obtained his B.Sc (Hons) from National University of Singapore in 1992, majoring in Physics. He topped his Physics cohort for 3 consecutive years and funded his degree study with Book price, awards and tuition. He has worked in Defence, Electronics and Semiconductor Industries. His current interests include Machine Learning, Deep Learning, Artificial Intelligence, Internet of Things, Robotics and Programming.

Dr. Alfred Ang was Distinguished Toastmasters (DTM) and Senior Member of IEEE. He has published more than 20 peer reviewed papers and co-inventors for more than 20 inventions.

Raspberry Pi TrainerCarey is an undergraduate at the Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD). He has previously interned at DSO National Laboratories, where he co-wrote a research paper on differential cryptanalysis on block ciphers. As an avid game developer, he has clinched 1st-runner twice consecutively at the Singapore Games Creation Competition.

Besides having a vested interest in machines, he tries in his capacity to make a difference in society. In 2014, he co-wrote a research paper pinpointing the location of various civil unrests in Singapore, and advocated for the importance of civil unrest commemorative markers at the Anatomy of a Riot conference organised by the Singapore Heritage Society. Thereafter, he was invited to intern at the Ministry of Home Affairs to finetune the research. If one pays attention when crossing the junction of Alexandra Road and Tanglin Road, one can spot a blue rectangular marker commemorating the 1955 Hock Lee Bus Riots. The commemorative marker was established by the National Heritage Board after consultations with his team and the Ministry of Home Affairs.

When he is not trying to meet the demands of being an undergraduate in Singapore, he might be taking solitary walks in parks, or working on his pet projects involving Arduino or Raspberry Pi microprocessors.

Customer Reviews (48)

Will RecommendReview by Edmund Khee
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Nil (Posted on 4/21/2018)
Will RecommendReview by Tan lay theng
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Can ask what the participants want to achieve so the workshop can include relevant activities (Posted on 4/21/2018)
Will RecommendReview by Yeo Jing Xin
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Refreshment provided too light (Posted on 4/21/2018)
Might RecommendReview by chandan
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more detailed (Posted on 4/21/2018)
Will RecommendReview by Tng Joo sing
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So far so good (Posted on 4/21/2018)
Will RecommendReview by H K Tan
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Better prepared for setup of Raspberry Pi (Posted on 3/29/2018)
Might RecommendReview by Yoke Yuan
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Course materials and delivery method needs to be improved. (Posted on 3/29/2018)
Will RecommendReview by Hussain
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Come in early and make sure that you can set up the Raspberry pi instead of wasting two hours in the morning on just setup. Also explain why you are typing code and explicit what each line does; rather than blinding typing and assuming the class will know. It also wasn't clear when we were supposed to follow the instructor and when we were supposed to just observe. (Posted on 3/29/2018)
Might RecommendReview by Kie Hian
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We spent half a day getting the R-Pi connected up as we had to setup a local network. This could have been communicated to us before the start of the course so that we could prepare beforehand.
The trainer was very knowledgeable and approachable. However, as some of our trainees had only basic knowledge of the subject matter, the trainer struggled to communicate the fundamentals behind certain parts of the course, i.e. the difference between the Board mode and the Broadcom mode. (Posted on 3/29/2018)
Will RecommendReview by Wang Jianhui
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Nil (Posted on 3/19/2018)
Might RecommendReview by Wong Chee Hou Andy
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Nil (Posted on 3/18/2018)
Will RecommendReview by Andros Lee
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Need more power points for the raspberry pi boards (Posted on 3/17/2018)
Will RecommendReview by asogan s/o p namasivayam
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insufficient workspace for trainees (Posted on 1/14/2018)
Will RecommendReview by Roy Chia
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ecommend to use better keyboard and mouse. (Posted on 1/9/2018)
Will RecommendReview by Eddie Tan
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Nil (Posted on 1/5/2018)
Will RecommendReview by Alan Chui
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I think how this course itself is great but Ming Liang and his "Challenge" tutorials made it better and complete. Great job Ming Liang!

Drawbacks of this course could be better/improved by 1) classroom configuration should run parallel so Ming Liang need not walk up-down; 2) the power points and extension should be sufficient as we need more power for at least 3 equipment; and 3) understand that this is an introductory, with more commonly use examples will be great. ie internet radio, ip camera, home light sensor etc

Otherwise thanks for conducting this course! (Posted on 12/18/2017)
Will RecommendReview by Ong Kok Hui
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Nil (Posted on 12/18/2017)
Interesting overview and introduction to Raspberry PiReview by Alan
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This is my experience as a guy in his 30s who attended with no programming knowledge.

Even though the training was already simplified for beginners, it was still very amazing to see what this credit-sized computer is able to achieve.

Trainer gave us challenges now and then to let us practise what we learnt. This definitely helped in our understanding of the abilities of the Raspberry Pi.

Only suggestion is to have power points in better locations because the Raspberry Pi power cable is just long enough from the ground to the edge of the table.

Would also like to thank our young trainer, Ming Liang, for his patience and enthusiasm. Keep up the good work! (Posted on 12/17/2017)
Will RecommendReview by Chua Chiang meng
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have powerpoints on each table, or provide longer power cables for the pi. Consider providing the breadboard/cables/resistor/led as a paid add on to the starter kit for attendees to bring home. consider using color printouts for the GPIO pinouts diagrams and the resistor diagrams. (Posted on 10/3/2017)
Will RecommendReview by Lie Wei Yen
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Nil (Posted on 10/3/2017)

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