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Event Date Contact Details Participants Synopsis
SP Engineering Show Learning Journey 19 and 20 January 2017 Mr Chueng Kim Kwong

Mr Seow Boon Chor
Sec 3/4/5 SP Engineering Show is an annual showcase of the final-year engineering students' projects. Visiting students will be able to gain insights of how science can materialise into engineering prototypes and visualise concepts through hands-on experiences.
Toy Design Competition.17 (TDC.17) - Official Launch February 2017 Mr Choy Fook Seng
All levels Put on your thinking caps. Play with a variety of materials and create original concepts out of them. You could be the next winner in the various categories of the TDC.17. Register early and be geared!
TDC. 17 Autodesk Inventor Training Workshops March 2017 Mr Choy Fook Seng
All levels Students will be trained within two days to design aircrafts using Autodesk Inventor software. They will also learn to use Autodesk Fusion 360 and 123-Make software for the production of prototypes using 3-D printing and 2-D Laser Cutting technologies.
Future of Transportation Challenge 6 - 7 Jun 2017 Mr Wong Yat Keong
Sec 3 A 2-day programme, with training to guide students in building and programming an autonomous vehicle for a race at the end of the programme.
TDC. 17 Prize Presentation Ceremony July 2017 Mr Choy Fook Seng
All levels Touch and play with the Top 15 winning entries of each of the 2 competition categories: Automata and Aircraft. Win and take away $50 cash by participating in the Guess-The-Winners contest!
SP Engineering Camp 2017 18 November 2017 Mr Chua Jiat Loong

Ms Voon Ching Choo

Sec 4/5 This one-day programme, jointly organised by the School of Mechanical & Aeronautical Engineering, the School of Electrical & Electronic Engineering and the School of Architecture & the Built Environment, aims to help "O" level school leavers discover and appreciate the importance of engineering through hands-on role-playing games (RPG). Participants can also expect guided tours to selected engineering labs, Q&A sessions on courses and career options/prospects.
Remote Control Flying Programme Quarterly

Mr Reagan Chionh

Sec 2/3 Students learn to design, fabricate, simulate and fly a remote-controlled plane in the Aero Lab with the 5-6 channel remote controller. they will also get the chance to climb into the cockpit of a real aircraft, sit in the F1 and other flight simulators, and perhaps even experience 'G' force in a F16 Virtual Reality Simulator.
Learning Journeys to School of Electrical & Electronic Engineering (EEE) Upon request Mr Wen Kin Meng
All levels Embark on a journey to learn about our latest engineering technology through a guided tour. Explore how cutting edge technologies can enhance our everyday lives and beyond.
Learning Journeys to School of Mechanical & Aeronautical Engineering (MAE) Upon request Mr Chua Jiat Loong
All levels Participants get to visit selected engineering labs which simulate realistic working environments, chat with our staff on polytechnic engineering education & career prospects, and hear our student ambassadors share about their life in School of Mechanical & Aeronautical Engineering.
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