TME Education is proud to announce, that it officially started its workshops in a first francophone country in Africa – Cameroon. At the beginning of October Loic Dessap, the programme’s ambassador in Cameroon, conducted a three-day training at Monseigneur Henri Vieter College. The classes were attended by thirty students.
On the first day, Loic explained the concepts of electronics and electronic components, he also spoke about the ways of using them, basing on examples of diodes, LDRs, LEDs, breadboard, microcontrollers and jumper wire. The following day, the participants could test their knowledge in practice by wiring LEDs to a breadboard and measuring voltage with a multimeter. At the end of the day, the students built their own circuit. On the last day of training, Loic made a brief course on Arduino-based TME Edu Kit. He spoke about its features, analogue and digital sensors, LCD screen and many others.
TME Education at Monseigneur Henri Vieter College