Join a team of high school students dedicated to furthering their STEM skills in the First Robotics Competition. With the 2022 season in full swing, we are looking for people with a passion for engineering, whether mechanical, electronic or software to join us for the 2023 season starting in September this year.
If you have any questions regarding the program or the team contact us on email@example.com
Join the team
Recruitment is still open for the 2023 Season.
The team had an information session on Saturday 8 October 2022 at The University of Sydney.
This session provided prospective members and their parents an overview of the team and the activities for the rest of 2022 as well as build season and competition in 2023.
You can still join the team. Send us and email to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will provide you with additional information.
What’s going to happen for the rest of 2022
Training for the build season
- 6 November – Day 1 – Introduction to the team, processes and accounts set up and test
- 13 November – Day 2 – Assemble a standard drive base, deploy code and drive around.
- 20 November – Day 3 – Onshape CAD training
- 27 November – Day 4 – Machining and code writing
- 5 December – Day 5 – Testing and driver training
What’s going to happen next year 2023
- Build Season starts on 8 January 2023 with the kick of meeting when the team will review the new FIRST FRC game.
- 8 weeks of intensive planning, design, prototyping, building and programming will follow
- Australian Regional competition will be in Wollongong at the WIN Entertainment centre and we will be staying in Wollongong, location TBC
- Friday March 10: Practice day
- Saturday March 11: Opening, Quals
- Sunday March 12: Quals, Playoffs, Closing and Awards
- We are also looking at the international events in that will work with our schedule
2022 Season Finished
What We Do
Write code in Python allow the robot to complete all necessary tasks.
Use engineering skills to construct and fabricate a robot that meets functional requirements.
Design and manufacture a robot within a 6 to 8 weeks time frame.
Compete against up to 60 other teams, in both domestic and international competitions.
Engage and recruit high school students from across the Sydney region.