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SeaPerch is an innovative underwater robotics program that equips teachers and students with the resources they need to build an underwater Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV) in an in-school or out-of-school setting.
The mission of Robotic After School Programme – RASP is to: Help youths in St Kitts and Nevis, with emphasis on at-risk youth, by building confidence, character and acquire the skills needed to grow into productive, civic minded and responsible adults. This will develop, educational, vocational and character development of youths exposed to crime and violence in their communities.
On Saturday 21st of December 2019 at 07:00pm – 10:00pm. The IITAE Board of Trustee is organizing a Scholarship Fundraising Dinner for companies and organisations in the St. Kitts Marriott Resort & The Royal Beach Casino, Royal Ballroom. The event will be a combination of Networking opportunities and a Fundraising Dinner.
The St Kitts and Nevis Robotics Team founded by Dr. Ricardo Neil will be represented at the 2019 First Global Robotics Olympics. They are invited each year due to their outstanding performance over the years.
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This project is based on the 24 courses the students would have been exposed to during their tenure (two years) pursuing the Associate Degree in Information Technology. Due to the nature of the Programme, more than twenty (20) Information Technology and Systems Managers in St Kitts, representing various prominent organizations participate in the Programme, in the areas of Assessment and Evaluation.
In 2014, Dr. Ricardo Neil, Lecturer of Information Technology at The TVEMS Division of the Clarence Fitzroy Bryant College, implemented what is now classified as the Information Technology Competency Based Capstone Project – ITCBCP. This entails the presentation of Capstone projects to the Private and Public sector companies by final year students (year 2).
Washington, D.C. – FIRST Global (www.first.global) caps off the three-day robotics competition that saw one high-school team from each of the nearly 160 participating nations compete to address one of the world’s most pressing issues – water security. Accomplished inventor, Dean Kamen founded FIRST Global with the mission to inspire an interest in science and technology development among the 2 billion youth of the world and ensuring that every child has the chance to obtain necessary science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) skills to overcome the greatest challenges our world faces.